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Articles from the January 11, 2017 edition

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Nehring discusses city's plans for 2017

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring recently talked about the city's upcoming year and his hopes for a manufacturing/industrial center, downtown revitalization efforts, and other city initiatives early....

 

Local Boy Scouts help recycle Christmas trees

Local Boy Scout troops from Marysville and Arlington recently helped to recycle used Christmas trees. On Jan. 7 and 8 troops in the local cities collected trees and donations to chip up and donate to...

 

Birthday Bash raises funds for school in Kenya

This year one local youth decided to make his birthday about the world and his community instead of himself. Marysville-Pilchuck High School alum Keith Lasher held his "ME to WE Birthday Bash" on...

 

Arlington Police hand out awards

The Arlington Police Department recently recognized officers and community members who went above and beyond in their service to the community. The annual dinner hosted by the department last month...

 

Chargers battle for 52-37 win over Eagles

The Arlington Eagles girls basketball team faced the Marysville Getchell Chargers on the Eagles' home floor on Jan. 4. In the first quarter the Eagles exploded as they more than doubled the Chargers...

 

M-P pins Spartans, remains undefeated

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys wrestling team hosted their matchup against the Stanwood Spartans on Jan. 6. The Tomahawks entered the match with an undefeated record, and they left with one, too, as...

 

Eagles top Chargers 82-58

The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team welcomed the Arlington Eagles to their home floor on Jan. 3. Throughout the first half both teams battled back and forth as the lead shifted constantly....

 

MG basketball helps out at food bank

Basketball players from Marysville Getchell went to volunteer at the Marysville Community Food Bank on Jan. 2 to give back to their community. The group of players started early in the morning and...

 

Parents can learn to spot signs of drug use

Parents in Lakewood and Arlington can get a hands-on demonstration in recognizing signs of drug use on Jan. 19 as part of the "Not in My House" events. The simultaneous presentations will be held at...

 

Registration open for Father/Daughter Dance

Registration is now open for the city of Marysville's annual Father/Daughter Valentine's Dance, held across two Saturdays in February. The dance brings together fathers and daughters of all ages for...

 

Winter Harvest Salad

Despite its robust flavors, this winter harvest salad is surprisingly light on the palette. It features red quinoa, which is recognized as a "supergrain" due to it being high in fiber and contains...

 

Ice Cubes or Snowflakes? The Big Question in American Education

How are human beings like snowflakes? If you ask grandparents they will tell you that every child is bright and beautiful in their own unique way, and that is what makes them so special. But the full...

 

Public input sought about Lodging Tax allocations for 2017

Public input will be taken at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, when Arlington’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee reconvenes on proposed allocations for 2017 tourism grants. The meeting will be in the Executive Conference Room at City Hall. Due to a...

 

The importance of 'Awe' in our lives

I recently read an article by Jessica Hullinger in The Week about the importance of experiencing "AWE" in our lives. To quote Ms. Hullinger: "I'm a nature nerd and an awe junkie. Regular injection s...

 

Eugene Paul Gatterman

Gene passed away on December 17, 2016 in Arlington, Wa. He was born in Monroe, Wa on December 18, 1936. Gene graduated from Monroe H. S. in 1955. In December of 1958 he married Barbara Laizure. His...

 

Clifford H. Nelson

Clifford H. Nelson, of Arlington, Washington passed away Dec. 26, 2016. He was born April 9, 1930 to Carl G. Nelson and Olga M. Strand. He helped establish reunions for the Arlington High School...

 

Karen Rae Driggers Reed

Karen Rae Driggers Reed, 66, of Marysville, WA, passed away on Monday, January 2, 2017. Karen was born to Lester and Coray Sisk Driggers on November 4, 1950 in Evansville, IN. She grew up in the Tukwilla, WA, area and Huntsville, AL, and lived the...

 

Edith Lou (Hartz) Palo

Edith Lou (Hartz) Palo was born in Arlington, WA on December 21, 1929 and passed away on Dec. 27, 2016. Mom loved her family, and community, never leaving Arlington, except to live in Seattle to attend "beauty school." She returned to open her own...

 

Johnny Mack Henton

Johnny Mack Henton was born to the late Eurel "Frank" Henton, Sr. and Ozell Howard Henton on June 5, 1936 in Cheney-ville, LA. While at home on Dec. 29, 2016 Johnny lost his 9 year battle with...

 

Betty Louise Ball

Betty Louise Ball, 92, of Lake Ki, Arlington-Everett, WA, passed away January 2, 2017, at her home. Betty was born August 12, 1924, in Spokane, WA. She was a lifetime member of the Eastern Star,...

 

Douglas Charles Hecla

We lost a true hero and a kind, gentle soul of a man during the last days of a year when many others also departed. Doug was born in Grand Coulee, WA, on May 28, 1947. After serving in the Army Doug...

 

Arlington Police arrest man after vehicle pursuit

On Sunday, Jan. 8, Arlington police arrested a 32-year-old Arlington man after he attempted to elude police in a vehicle. The pursuit started in the 400 block of S. Cobb Street, when an Arlington officer on routine patrol recognized the suspect, who...

 

Arlington Police seek suspect in espresso stand robberies

On Saturday, Jan.14, at approximately 1:35 p.m., Arlington Police were dispatched to a reported attempted robbery of an Arlington espresso stand, located in the 500 block of N. Olympic Avenue. The victim reported that moments before an unknown white...

 

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