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Articles from the January 14, 2015 edition

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Flu season hits Snohomish County

This flu season is proving to be more severe than in recent years and more people in Snohomish County are receiving hospitalization than normal. "We're in the middle of the flu season now, and so far...

 

Marysville gets new city attorney

Marysville's city attorney for 29 years, Grant Weed, has stepped aside after the city became too big for his firm and, as a result, the city brought in its first ever in-house legal department this...

 

ASD returns transportation levy to ballot

Arlington School District is trying again on Feb. 10 with its two-year $3 million transportation levy proposal which would allow the district to purchase 26 new buses. The proposal failed on the Nov....

 

Tommies hit buzzer-beater to top Eagles

Arlington's incredible comeback last Friday night in Marysville seemed too good to be true. Fortunately for Tomahawk fans, it was. With less than six ticks left on the clock in the fourth quarter and...

 

Lakewood wrestlers fall to Cedarcrest

The Lakewood wrestling team struggled against Cascade Conference rivals Cedarcrest last week, falling by a final score of 53-24. The Cougars managed just four weight class victories, three of which...

 

Eagles lose to Warriors, bounce back to beat M-P

After dropping an emotional game to one of the region's top squads, the Arlington girls bounced back with a huge win at home against Marysville-Pilchuck. Going into last Wednesday's game as the...

 

Prep Roundup

Arlington Wrestling: Everett 46, Arlington 24: 120-Christian Evanger pin, 3:31; 126-Gavin Rork pin, 5:14; 132-Jeremy Nygard, forfeit; 138-Clayton Hunter dec. 6-5; 160-Riley Oakes dec. 7-4. Grace Academy Boys basketball: The Eagles won two and lost...

 

5-2-1-0 helps fight obesity

The 5-2-1-0 campaign has been adopted by the Snohomish Health District to help fight obesity in the community. The program asks that families work toward five or more fruits or vegetables a day, two...

 

Cities provide variety of healthy activities, classes

The parks and recreation departments of Arlington and Marysville are offering a wide variety of healthy activities and classes for local youths and adults. Arlington Learning the Trails of the Mt. Loop Scenic Highway Classes will cover hiking basics...

 

Art, poetry contests accepting entries

Artists can show off their nature-themed art and poems or photography of eagles at this year's Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival as part of the festival's annual contests. The annual...

 

Marysville survey seeks input on fireworks ban

Marysville officials are considering a ban of fireworks and an ad-hoc committee formed on the issue plans to give its final recommendations this year. The city has heard complaints every year from citizens and has made tweaks to its fireworks code,...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    January 14, 2015

Arlington considers salary commission

Arlington City Council dived into new business at its workshop meeting, Monday, Jan. 12, when Public Works Director Jim Kelly proposed rescinding the utility rate increases for 2015, amending the code that requires a mandatory annual increase in...

 

Rants and Raves: 1/14/14

RAVE: Congrats to Marysville’s former school superintendent Dr. Larry Nyland for achieving the superintendent’s position for the largest school district on the West Coast, north of San Francisco. Seattle, you are lucky dudes. RANT: We love our...

 

Living in the aftermath of tragedy

These days when I shop in Marysville, I pay cash. My last name on my credit card attracts so many odd looks and awkward questions that I would rather save us all the discomfort. As an American Indian...

 

MG students recognized for leadership

Two Marysville Getchell Academy of Construction and Engineering students were recognized for their community leadership as students of the month. The Marysville Student of the Month awards for...

 

ASD to present State of District Address

Kristine McDuffy, Superintendent of Arlington School District, will present the district's seventh annual State of the District Address on Jan. 29. McDuffy plans to discuss student learning, the...

 

The bare facts about bare root

While I realize that many of you aren't quite to the point of visiting your favorite garden center, the fact is that all of us have been hard at it bringing in new stock. One of the early arrivals is...

 

Carol Ellen Cyr-Hibbs

Carol Ellen Cyr-Hibbs entered into eternal life January 2, 2015. Carol was born December 15, 1946. Carol was preceded in death by her parents Albert and Betty Cyr and sister Nancy Carlson. She will...

 

Amanda Lin Bennett

Feb. 5, 1991 - Dec. 28, 2014. Services were held on Jan. 9 at Smokey Point Community Church in Arlington....

 

Paul Robert Burden

Paul Robert Burden of Marysville passed away in Everett on January 1, 2015. Paul was born in Germantown, Ohio on August 7, 1932. Paul moved to Marysville, Wash. for the last four years of his life where he met and enjoyed the company of his best...

 

Thomas R. Callaghan Sr.

Tom Callaghan Sr., age 87 of Marysville passed away January 7, 2015. He was born April 7, 1927 in Everett. For many years, Tom was an active member of the Rock and Gem Club of Marysville. Tom was...

 

Dianne Lynn (Vaara) Denton

Dianne was born March 18, 1951 in Mount Vernon Washington. Dianne passed after a short battle of cancer on December 28, 2014. Services were held at Victory Foursquare Church on Jan. 10....

 

Philip "Phil" Hetrick

Phil was born May 4, 1941, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and passed away December 16, 2014, in Stanwood, Wash. Phil is survived by wife, Mary; daughter, Julie Jenkins of Frisco, Texas; son, Mike Scofield of Marysville, Wash.; and daughter, Amy Vaughn of...

 

Benjamin Clayton "Ben" Johnson

Born October 24, 1980 in Aberdeen, Wash., met Jesus face to face on January 2, 2015. He is survived by his beloved parents, Randal and Barbara Johnson of Tulalip; sisters, Hannah Clayton of Martin,...

 

Patricia Krausz

Patricia was born in Lakewood, Colorado, May 7, 1967 to Don and Shirley Montague, and they later moved to their home in Marysville, Wash., where Shirley still lives today. She graduated from...

 

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