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Marysville music teacher honored as one of top 50 in the nation

Local music teacher Brenda Ehrhardt got a surprise this December when she learned she was recognized by a national magazine as one of the "50 Music Directors Who Make A Difference." Ehrhardt teaches music at Sunnyside Elementary School in Marysville ...

Influenza season hits county hard

The flu season is just beginning but there have already been eight influenza-related deaths in Snohomish County, including at least two from Arlington, and many hospitalizations related to the sickness. "The last couple of weeks we saw significant...

Historical Society names 'Pioneers of the Year'

The Marysville Historical Society recognized three community members who helped to complete the society's new museum as their "Pioneers of the Year." During a meeting on Jan. 9, the historical society recognized Harvey Jubie, Harold "Kip" Kipperberg ...

Stillaguamish Tribe provides grant for traffic camera

The city of Arlington hopes a new traffic monitoring camera will improve the way cars and pedestrians interact so that both are safer in the future. The Stillaguamish Tribe provided a grant of $6,685 to the city to purchase the new equipment. The...

Council may rescind utility rate increases

This week, Arlington City Council meets Tuesday instead of Monday due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. This week’s consent agenda includes waiving bidding requirements to purchase water meters from a sole source provider and professional services agreements with Shockey Planning Group for...

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we select one to run in that week's issue. To submit a photo, please send it...

Chargers pummel Seagulls

On Jan. 11, the Marysville Getchell girls basketball team took on the Everett Seagulls in what would turn out to be a blowout. The Chargers got off to a fast start as they multiplied Everett's first quarter by five, leading by a score of 15-3....

Arlington falls to Edmonds-Woodway

The Arlington Eagles boys basketball team welcomed the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors to their home floor for a highly contested matchup on Jan. 10. The Eagles got off to a slow start as they had trouble holding on to the ball, committing multiple...

Tomahawks place second at M-P Premier Tournament

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys wrestling team hosted 14 teams in their big tournament of the year, on Jan. 14. Coming into the tournament with an undefeated record the Tomahawks looked to dominate the competition through each round. Through the first...

SVLL gearing up for another season

It’s that time of year again for kids to pick up their bats and gloves. The Stilly Valley Little League is coming together again for another round of Spring baseball/softball. Whether your child is six-years-old or 16, the SVLL has you taken care of with a league for each age group. “As far as...

Learn how to help your kids stay away from drugs

The Marysville Together Coalition is funding a new program to help teach parents the most effective ways to help their kids stay away from drug abuse. On Jan. 24, and for four Tuesdays after that, parents can meet at the Marysville Middle School...

Surviving the deep freeze

By the time you read this column it will probably be raining and the cold dry spell of late December and early January will be behind us. According to the weather gurus, this was the coldest winter since 2013 with temperatures dipping into the...

Sacred Path Day Spa opens in Smokey Point

Sacred Path Day Spa in Smokey Point, which provides locals a variety of massage and spa treatment options, held their ribbon cutting on Jan. 11. The new local business opened in December at 3210 Smokey Point Dr. Suite 103, Arlington. They offer many ...

Climate change is damaging Treaty Rights

Climate change isn't happening to some of us. It's happening to all of us, and it's going to take all of us to meet its challenges. A recent report from the treaty Indian tribes in western Washington brings the issue of climate change home. Home to...

Orland Kenneth Paul

Orland was born April 19, 1937 in Tulalip, Washington to Matthew and Amanda (Hall) Paul, passing on to be with the Lord his savior peacefully on January 5,...

Robert "Bob" Pearson

Robert "Bob" Pearson, passed away very peacefully in his sleep December 31, 2016. Bob was born April 29, 1925, in Everett, WA to Beryl and Irene Pearson. He lived most of his 91 years in the Marysville-Everett area. He especially enjoyed going on...

Larry Kay Baldwin

Larry Kay Baldwin, 63, passed away on Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, in Marysville, Wash. Larry and his wife, Carolyn, moved to Washington State in 2010 where he began working for Providence Hospital as a security officer. Larry met the love of his life,...

Charles Ervin Leuze

On January 8th Chuck (67) left us on his final flight to join the Lord, and his parents Ervin and Arlene. He owned and operated Skymech Aviation Repair and Maintenance for 45+ years, which was located at the Arlington Airport. Services will be at 2...

Lori D. (née Sheahan) (Zahler) Berne

rLori Berner, born in Kellogg, ID, died in Marysville, WA, on January 7, 2017. She was an exceptional Registered Nurse with a long and varied career, a wonderful mother, and a loyal friend to countless people. A celebration of Lori's life will be...

Debra A. Oslin

Debra A. Oslin was born October 21, 1954 in Minneapolis, MN to Delores and Rolland Hauff. She departed this life peacefully, Monday, January 9, 2017 at her home in Marysville, WA. She was our everything: our mother, our confidante, our best friend....

James Isaman

Jim Isaman of Marysville, WA went to be with Jesus on December 12, 2016 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Loved ones that will miss Jim until they meet again are his wife Roselain, two children, James and Rosie; his six grandchildren...

Wayne M. Lawson

Wayne Lawson, 88, of Marysville, WA, went to be with his Lord on December 1, 2016. He was born July 18, 1928, in Minnesota. Services will be at Berean Baptist Church, 601 Delta Ave., on January 14, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. Internment at Tahoma National...

Wayne M. Lawson

Wayne Lawson, 88, of Marysville, WA, went to be with his Lord on December 1, 2016. He was born July 18, 1928, in...

Len Richards

Len William Richards passed away December 12, 2016. Len was born Feb. 2, 1943 to Leonard and Johanna Richards in Everettt, WA. He graduated from Marysville High School in 1961 and the School of Mortuary Science. After serving his internship at...

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