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Marysville-Pilchuck Class of 2017 holds graduation

Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors walked across the stage at Xfinity Arena in Everett on June 14 as part of their graduation. A total of 340 students were in this year's graduating class. Many students said it was a time they never thought...

AHS celebrates Class of 2017

About 350 graduates from Arlington High School walked on stage to receive their diploma at the Xfinity Arena in Everett on June 15 during the graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2017. Valedictorian Drake King said students are celebrating a lot...

Marysville Getchell honors Class of 2017

After 13 years of school, 359 Marysville Getchell students walked across stage during their graduation ceremony on June 14. Getchell students held their graduation at Xfinity Arena in Everett. It has been a long journey for the students to get to...

Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

The Marysville Strawberry Festival brought thousands to the city's downtown for parades, a carnival, the Market in the Park and much more. The Kiddies Parade and Grand Parade down State Avenue are some of the main draws of the festival. This year's...

Lakewood honors Class of 2017

Lakewood High School seniors took their final steps as students as they received their diplomas at the school's graduation on June 16. The class will be the last to graduate from the current Lakewood High School, as the new Lakewood High School is...

Marysville Class of '66 donates bench to Comeford Park

The Marysville High School Class of 1966 dedicated a new park bench at Comeford Park on June 13 near the park's splash pad. Many representatives of the class, which included 210 students at the time of graduation, came out that morning to the park...

Variety of items on council agenda

Two items discussed at last week’s workshop meeting were scheduled for approval on this week’s consent agenda. Several vehicles and other equipment that are determined to be “beyond their useful life,” and will be surplussed and auctioned off: a 2004 Ford Focus wagon, a 2002 GMC Sonoma...

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 will elect one to run in that week's issue. To submit a photo, please send...

Arlington girls participate in summer tourneys

For a lot of student-athletes the hard work and training ends with the last school bell for the summer. However, for the Arlington girls basketball players, it is just the beginning as they play weekly tournaments throughout June and attend camps in July. “Outside of the regular season, summer...

Tryouts, practices begin for Arlington Aces baseball

The first tryouts/practices have begun for the Arlington Aces recreational baseball league, as the players are gathering and establishing the teams that will be competing this season. All athletes age 21 or older are welcome to join and compete....

Powder Puff teams prepare for game

It's that time of the year again as the Lakewood Cougar Mamas and the Marysville Tomamamas battle it out on the gridiron for the 9th annual Powder Puff football game. The moms of both cities are coming out once again to raise money for the young...

County confirms 2 cases of rabies in bats

Most bats are harmless, but a few carry rabies, a deadly disease which bats can pass on to humans through small bites and scratches. Five rabid bats have been found in Washington so far this year, and two of them came from Snohomish County. Bats...

Talent on display at annual Festival show

Roman Soriano-Sanchez had a personal reason for singing "Hallelujah" – the somber and poignant ballad popularized by Leonard Cohen. "This is for my grandma up in Heaven," the 11-year-old student said during the Strawberry Festival Talent Show held ...

It's time to get serious about watering

Last week I gave you several tips on how to become a better gardener. As promised, this week I will enlighten you on how to water properly. Good gardeners seem to have a sixth sense about when and how much water to apply to their gardens. This...

M'ville Parks & Rec. offers mini-camps

Mini Camp is design especially for youth ages 4-6 so they can get the summer camp experience at an age-appropriate level. Whether your camper likes sports, arts or playing outdoors, we have a week that they are sure to love! Aloha Friends – June 26, 28 and 30 Fabulously Funny Fairytales – July...

Dawna Marie Taubeneck

Dawna Marie Taubeneck, 49, died June 5, 2017 in Darrington, WA due to a tragic accident while riding her horse. Dawna was born in Arlington, WA to Cliff Taubeneck and Marie (Lindquist) Lantz. She attended Arlington schools and graduated from...

Richmond A. Brown

Richmond A. Brown, born July 13, 1938 died peacefully June 7, 2017. He was born in Creston, IA and grew up in Lake Stevens, WA. He is survived by his daughter, Audrey Scheldrup and her husband Jon; brother, Dean of Leavenworth, WA; and sister,...

Michael (Mike) Ward

Michael (Mike) Ward passed away June 10, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born in Bellingham, WA on July 28, 1950. Mike graduated from Cascade High School in 1968 and served four years in the U.S. Marine Corp. with an honorable...

Lois N. (McGladrey) Harter

Lois N. (McGladrey) Harter, 87 passed away on May 8, 2017, at Providence Hospital, Everett, WA. She was born September 22, 1929, in Mukilteo, WA, to Robert P. and Erma (Roark) McGladrey. She married Joseph L. Harter October 3, 1947, in Arlington,...

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