Arlington

10K fentanyl pills, 29 guns, $980K found in Arlington bust

The Arlington suspect was caught as he tried to cross into the U.S. from Mexico on Sept. 1.

Retired Arlington police chief passes away

Steve Robinson retired as the police chief in 2001.

Foundation awards more than $10,800 in grants

The Cascade Valley Health Foundation recently awarded grants to five local organizations to support community health and services: • $3,500 for Snohomish County Volunteer Search… Continue reading

Coca-Cola distribution center could be built in Arlington

Swire Coca-Cola wants to develop a 135,000-square-foot center with attached offices on 15 acres.

School garden reaps rewards for summer camp kids

Students attending summer camp at Eagle Creek Elementary School in Arlington got to keep some fruits of their classmates’ labors. Students took home bags of… Continue reading

Haider Ali paints the garage doors of Garden Treasures Nursery & Organic Farm in Arlington on Aug. 7. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

World-famous Pakistani painter brightens Arlington garage

Haider Ali, known for vibrantly decorated trucks and buses, painted farm murals in his signature style.

Haider Ali paints the garage doors of Garden Treasures Nursery & Organic Farm in Arlington on Aug. 7. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Officials ID the woman found dead in Lake Ki

She was Anneliese K. Grunerud, 46, of Camano Island, the medical examiner confirms.

No school Wednesday; Stanwood teacher strike continues

Teachers picketed Tuesday, which was to be the first day of classes in Stanwood and Camano Island.

With no deal, schools not open Tuesday in Stanwood-Camano

Talks continue in Monroe, while an agreement was reached late Monday in Arlington.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Before buying her first business at 24, she hit the books

Kaitlyn Davis finished college — then pored over three years’ worth of an espresso stand’s accounts.

Kaitlyn Davis opened Moe’s Espresso in July in downtown Arlington on August 24, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

County farming coordinator knows agribusiness first hand

“The biggest challenge women farmers face is being taken seriously,” says Linda Neunzig.

Don’t take her for granted: This writer is worth millions

Jeannie Beckett is a successful writer of grant applications, and one of her secret weapons is CAP LOCK.

Without contracts, teachers in three districts might strike

The lack of deals may disrupt the start of classes in Arlington, Monroe and Stanwood-Camano schools.

A European style fountain, multiple outbuildings and lawn sculptures dot the landscape of the old Silvana Schoolhouse. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This quirky century-old schoolhouse is yours for $695,000

The two-acre property on the Stillaguamish River in Silvana includes a replica Old West town.

A European style fountain, multiple outbuildings and lawn sculptures dot the landscape of the old Silvana Schoolhouse. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Elemental Hard Cider to open taproom and pizzeria in Arlington

Now that Brian and Christina Callahan are making cider instead of wine, they’re looking to relocate.

Readers raise safety concerns at busy Smokey Point interchange

Drivers and pedestrians both have issues over who’s got the right of way.

Kaiser Permanente plans to open Smokey Point clinic in 2020

It’s part of a regional expansion plan of the non-profit health-care provider.

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                                Anthony Hernandez-Cano leaves court after pleading guilty to two counts of aggravated murder Monday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett.

18-year-old pleads guilty to ‘gruesome and sadistic’ killings

Two men, found near Arlington and in Mukilteo, were tortured, then shot to death.

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                                Anthony Hernandez-Cano leaves court after pleading guilty to two counts of aggravated murder Monday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett.
Jeff Newell blocks the early morning sun from his eyes as he cruises down Highway 530, at a easy 16 miles per hour, on his John Deere tractor on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Arlington, Wa. Ron Wachholtz follows behind as the two raise money while driving their tractors to Prudhoe Bay, AK. They are raising money for the American Diabetes Association. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Tractoring home: Arlington men back from fundraiser ride

Jeff Newell and Ron Wachholtz rode from Arlington to Alaska to raise money for diabetes research.

Jeff Newell blocks the early morning sun from his eyes as he cruises down Highway 530, at a easy 16 miles per hour, on his John Deere tractor on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Arlington, Wa. Ron Wachholtz follows behind as the two raise money while driving their tractors to Prudhoe Bay, AK. They are raising money for the American Diabetes Association. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)