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Gov. Inslee visits Arlington businesses

Gov. Inslee visits Arlington businesses

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee stopped by Arlington to tour two local manufacturing businesses and discuss the issues important to local manufacturers on Jan. 21. Transportation was one of the biggest issues, with many pushing for greater funding to the ...

Sea Mar settles lawsuit for $3.5 million

Sea Mar Community Health Centers has paid $3.35 million to the Washington state Attorney General’s office to settle an issue of improper dental billing The Sea Mar health centers are located all across the state, including one local clinic in Marysville which does provide dental services. The...

Arlington seeking public input

The city of Arlington is hoping for public input in forming its Comprehensive Plan and Parks and Recreation Master Plan, which will guide the city for the next several years. By state law, cities must update their Comprehensive Plan every eight...

Arlington City Council reviews Strategies 360 contract

As of the Outlook’s press time Monday afternoon, Jan. 26, Arlington’s City Council workshop agenda included four items: discussion of a contract with Strategies 360, the review of a study on the city’s financial processes, an inter-local agreement with Snohomish County for annual pavement...

SR 529 will close during Feb. weekends

Drivers going to Everett from Marysville during the weekend may have to go through I-5 instead of using SR 529, as the river bridge will have some around-the-clock closures this month. The southbound bridge's first closure is scheduled to begin 8...

Mariners come to Marysville Boys & Girls Club

Past and current Seattle Mariners players stopped by the Marysville Boys & Girls club on Jan. 23 to encourage kids to live healthy and work hard to accomplish their dreams. The Mariners' former catcher Dan Wilson, broadcaster Dave Sims, catcher ...

Red Hot Jazz Festival at Marysville Opera House

The 2nd Annual Red Hot Jazz Festival will be at the Marysville Opera House on Friday, Jan. 30, 7-10 p.m. This performance includes 10th Street Middle School’s Jazz Band 1 and Jazz Band 2, Totem Middle School’s Jazz Band and Jazz Choir, Marysville Getchell High School’s Jazz Band,...

Eagle Festival returns to Arlington

The Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival returns this year on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7, bringing numerous opportunities to go out into nature or participate in nature art. This is the eighth year for the festival. "This is a good chance in winter to go...

Win tickets to the Super Bowl

If you don’t have the money to make it down to Arizona for the Seahawks’ second Super Bowl game in a row, you could try winning tickets from one local casino. Arlington’s Angel of the Winds will be giving away two tickets to the game. A winner will be chosen on Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m., to win...

Getchell drops two league games

Sophomore Gabrielle Grandbois and junior Jada Romulus are doing the best they can, but the Chargers haven't been able to rally around them. Though to be fair, they haven't had the easiest schedule in the world. The Marysville Getchell girls...

Pioneer students win Gear Up & Go! awards

Five students and one teacher from Arlington School District were named winners of the 2014 Winter Games and will receive awards for their participation and efforts over the winter school break. Gear Up & Go!, an initiative of the Snohomish...

Third-quarter rally lifts Eagles over Chargers

Arlington nearly snatched defeat from the jaws of victory last week, recovering from a mostly-disastrous third quarter to edge Marysville Getchell by a final score of 59-54 and improve its league record to 3-2. The Eagles scored the first two points ...

Lakewood falls to Kings

The Knights were older, taller, and stronger than the Cougars last weekend in Lakewood. The Lakewood High School girls basketball team was defeated Jan. 23 by Cascade Conference rival Kings by a final score of 74-40. The Cougars' conference record...

Prep Roundup

Arlington Girls basketball: The Eagles won twice last week. Arlington topped Everett on the road by a score of 67-32 and beat Marysville Getchell at home 69-36. The Eagles visit Marysville-Pilchuck on Jan. 28 and will visit Oak Harbor on Jan. 30. Wrestling: Arlington 43, Stanwood 29: 106—Swanson...

Growing fruit trees in the Northwest

This coming Saturday at 10 a.m. is our annual class on learning all about growing tree fruits in our very own backyards. If you have ever dreamed of picking your own fruit right off the tree and want to know how to make it happen then this is the...

Shannon Quintana Spa opens in Marysville

The Shannon Quintana Spa is a new business in downtown Marysville that offers a variety of skin care services in a European style. The store opened just a few weeks ago on Jan. 2. The spa offers a variety of facials, including anti-aging facials,...

Clear Image finalist in Small Business Contest

One local business has made it into the final 10 of Microsoft's national Small Business Contest by sharing its story through video. The two-minute video from Clear Image Photo & Framing is one of the finalists for the contest, which involves...

2015 Let's Get Acquainted Guide

The 2015 North County Outlook Let's Get Acquainted guide is available for viewing...  Website

Rants & Raves 1/28/15

RAVE: After watching our Seattle Sea-hawks continually point to the Heavens after game plays for the past couple of years, it is now evident after last Sunday’s game with the Packers who the 12th man is and where he lives. RANT: So, I’m sitting in the theater getting ready to watch an “R”...

 
 
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