North County Outlook - Community newspaper serving Marysville, Arlington, Tulalip, Smokey Point, Lakewood

The Cottages at Marysville - memory care

Small animal shelters hold adoption event

Several small animal shelters gathered on Sept. 16 in Smokey Point for an adoption event and to highlight uncommon animals that need to be adopted and lesser-known local shelters. "This is basically an event for getting an understanding about the...

Day of Hope supports local families

Local families received free shoes, groceries, health and dental screenings, and more at the Day of Hope in Arlington on Sept. 16. Arlington-area churches partnered together with the international nonprofit organization Convoy of Hope to bring the...

Kids experience pioneer life

Kids and families got to play as pioneers and learn about history at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers' annual Pioneer Days on Sept. 16. The local historical organization brings out artifacts like a clothes press, a wheat grinder and a butter...

Larsen invites constituents to Marysville 'Mobile Office Hours'

Constituents of Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) are invited to meet one-on-one with his staff at a “mobile office hours” event in Marysville on Saturday, Sept. 23. Larsen’s staff hold monthly “Mobile Office Hours” events to provide constituents assistance with federal agencies, including issues...

Day of Caring helps many local nonprofits

Volunteers and local organizations got together on Sept. 15 during the United Way of Snohomish County's annual Day of Caring to help finish projects for local nonprofits. The Day of Caring is meant to encourage volunteers to get out and help the...

Former mayor Bob Kraski passes away

Longtime Arlington mayor and leader Bob Kraski passed away last week. Kraski served on the Arlington City Council for nearly 10 years before being appointed as mayor in 1990. He would go on to serve three terms as Arlington's mayor, until stepping...

Dave Kraski named acting Fire Chief

With the resignation of Arlington's Fire Chief Bruce Stedman, Deputy Fire Chief Dave Kraski will be named acting fire chief and the City Council was asked this week to approve a professional services agreement with former Deputy Fire Chief Tom Cooper to provide consulting support to the fire...

Chamber hosts candidates forum

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will host a candidates forum for local races in the upcoming November election during their monthly meeting on Sept. 29. Candidates in two of the Marysville City Council races and in Snohomish County Council District 1 are scheduled to talk at the event....

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...

MSD supports Freeman School District

One student was killed and three were injured in a school shooting in Rockford, Wash., on Sept. 13 and Marysville School Superintendent Becky Berg has traveled there to support the Freeman School District. After the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in 2014 the Marysville School District...

Arlington schools discuss bond proposal

Arlington School District staff are preparing a recommendation for a bond proposal that could go to the voters in 2018 that would include rebuilding Post Middle School. The district held a meeting with staff, local parents, community members and...

Arlington Christian Knights top Tulalip Heritage Hawks

The Tulalip Heritage Hawks volleyball team opened up league play as they took on the Arlington Christian Knights in a tight game on Sept. 13. In the first set the Hawks came out as one unit and fed off of each other as the Knights seemed to not be...

Eagles top Chargers, remain undefeated

The Arlington Eagles football team battled it out on the gridiron against the Marysville Getchell Chargers on Sept. 15. The Eagles started out strong as they forced back-to-back three and out drives which resulted in two touchdowns by the punt...

Shorewood defeats Arlington 1-0

After beating Stanwood 2-0 on Sept. 12, the Arlington Eagles opened up league play against the Shorewood Thunderbirds on Sept. 14. From the start of the game both teams played aggressive on each side of the ball as neither team wanted to give up the ...

Treating and preventing colds and flu

Now that the holidays are approaching, accompanied with the additional joy (& stress) of them, it isn't difficult to become a little overwhelmed. Overwhelming your immune system however often leads to a cold or flu, which takes away from the...

Friendship Walk comes to Arlington

The 10th annual Friendship Walk, Run, and Car Wash will return to Arlington on Sept. 23 this year, this time with a superhero theme. Participants can walk or race in downtown Arlington to support adults with development disabilities during the day. The event provides funds for Village Community...

Late summer pruning makes sense

Of all the chores that gardeners have to accomplish, pruning consistently remains the most mysterious, and I might add controversial. It is perpetually a source of endless conflict or disagreement between some people and of all the classes that we...

Re-elect Jesica Stickles to Arlington City Council

I am recommending Jesica Stickles be re-elected to the Arlington City Council. Jesica and I have been raising our children in the Arlington community, so I have seen her commitment first hand. I support her goals and values for our town and the future she is helping create for our children. She...

Wayne Lloyd Clark

Wayne passed away peacefully on Sept. 6, 2017, in Stanwood, WA. Wayne was born Se. 28, 1928, in Minneapolis, MN, to Lloyd and Myrtle Clark. He married Evelyn Nymon on August 23, 1952. The Clark's moved to Seattle in 1953 where Wayne was a welder. He remained in the trade for his entire career and...

Kristian Scott Johnson

Kristian (Kris) Scott Johnson 70, of Marysville, WA, passed away on Aug. 29, 2017. He was born Feb. 1, 1947, to Maurice Johnson and Kathleen Effrig of Seattle. A gifted musician, Kris traveled up and down the West Coast and into Canada playing his...

James V. "Pat" Heath

James V. (Pat) Heath, 82, passed away in his sleep after battling Lewy Body disease for seven years. Pat was born in Fairview, PA. He Lived in Everett-Marysville, WA, area for most of his life. He met his beloved wife, Nancy in Lake Stevens, WA, and ...

Business Directory

Check out our Business...  Website

Quil Ceda Village - Favorite Neighborhood Stores

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2017

Rendered 09/21/2017 11:24