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Articles from the January 29, 2014 edition

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No clear results in odor study

After gathering data and observations over an eight-month period using complex computer modeling and high-tech equipment, the Puget Sound Clear Air Agency (PSCAA) issued a report last week that still can’t definitively identify “the source” for...

 

New Snohomish County position to increase government accountability

Snohomish County's first-ever ombudsman office will open this spring to provide additional oversight of government officials for county citizens, and Arlington's John Koster will lead it. An...

 

Walmart attempts to boost American manufacturing

Walmart officials are making moves to support manufacturing in the U.S., including a $10 million fund to promote new ideas in the country’s industrial landscape. On Jan. 23 Walmart CEO Bill Simon announced the company’s new fund when he spoke at...

 

Arlington PD hosts Citizens' Academy

Have you wondered about the many services your police department provides? Returning for 2014 with a history of excellent feedback from previous attendees, the Arlington Police Department is hosting its annual Citizens’ Academy beginning February...

 

'Pumpkins for Literacy' brings in $10,000 for Marysville schools

Marysville elementary schools received $10,000 from the Marysville Rotary as a result of the organization's 'Pumpkins for Literacy' program. Rotary president Daryn Bundy presented the $10,000 check...

 

Mayor shares 'State of the City'

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring will deliver the 2014 State of the City address to business leaders at the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Business Before Hours meeting on Friday, Jan. 31, at the Tulalip Resort Casino’s Canoes...

 

Pennies will build schools in Africa

The special needs students in Jim Strickland's Life Skills class at Marysville-Pilchuck High School are teeming with ideas to raise money for Free the Children's Adopt a Village program, focusing on...

 

Marine research opportunity for high schoolers

Everett Community College's Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA) will host an open house at 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at its waterfront location, 1205 Craftsman Way, Suite 203, in Everett. Visitors and...

 

ISC student takes poetry contest

Early Wednesday morning, six Marysville Getchell High School students paced back and forth in preparation of this year's Poetry Out Loud competition. "I started preparing for this competition in Decem...

 

Gary Lee Bietz

Aug. 26, 1949 - Dec. 30, 2013 Gary Lee Bietz, age 64, passed away unexpectedly December 30, 2013. He was born in Mount Vernon, WA to Leo and Betty Bietz on August 26, 1949. Gary attended schools in...

 

Katherine E. Cziske

Katherine E. Cziske passed away quietly January 13, 2014 at her residence in Arlington, Washington. Kay was born November 15, 1919 on the Mountain Home Ranch near Musselshell, Montana during a raging...

 

Reba Pearl Haggard

Reba Haggard, age 87, of Marysville, WA passed away peacefully at her home with her loving family by her side on January 17, 2014. Reba was born to Felix and Georgia Wilmoth of Decatur, AR on March...

 

Don't forget to see the 'big picture'

It is too easy to forget the world we have lived in. We go about our business day after day thinking of what we will be doing the next day. We grow up worrying about grades and career choices. We...

 

Travis Lee Matson

Travis Lee Matson, age 36 of Everett, passed away January 2, 2014. He was born October 5, 1977. His parents, Bruce and Micki Shaw and Darrel Matson. Travis graduated from Marysville Pilchuck High School. He worked as a Maintenance technician for 10...

 

Edwin C. Neiffer

In Loving Memroy, Edwin C. Neiffer April 23, 1926, Startup, WA - January 20, 2008, Arlington, WA Most Loving Husband, Father of three, Grandfather of eight, Great- grandfather of six. We love you....

 

House plants do amazing things

Back in the late '60s when I was finishing up my undergraduate studies, house plants were all the rage. In the trade we referred to them as foliage plants and had it not been for the draft and the...

 

Robert (Bob) Parsley

Robert (Bob) Parsley, 89, of Marysville, WA died November 25, 2013 at his new home in Concrete, with his family by his side. Bob was born to Sylvester and Eva Parsley in San Francisco, CA on May 9, 1924. He was in the Navy for 13 years, was a deputy...

 

Immerse yourself in Puget Sound

Do you love to spend time at the beach? Become a WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watcher and receive in-depth training to help protect Puget Sound’s fragile coastal environment through education, research and restoration. After getting 80...

 

Wayne Steven Shkurhan

Wayne Steven Shkurhan passed away in a fatal car accident on January 6, 2014. Wayne was born in Langley, B.C. Canada on August 31, 1960 and moved to Marysville at the age of 3. After graduation from...

 

Celebrate eagles during weekend festival

The annual Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival pays homage to the iconic birds of prey that nest along local rivers in the winter, taking advantage of salmon spawning runs and giving locals a good...

 

Eva "Chism" Siegfried

Eva "Chism" Siegfried, 87 of Marysville, WA passed away January 17, 2014. Services will be announced at a later date....

 

Judy Mae Tallman

Judy Mae Tallman, 70, of Arlington, WA passed away Tuesday, January 21, 2014. At her request no services will be held....

 

Erin Marie Turner

Erin Marie Turner, 53, lost her fearless battle with Ovarian Cancer on January 16, 2014, surrounded by family. Erin was born in Anacortes, WA on November 1, 1960. She was raised with love by her...

 

Sherry Jean Watt

Sherry, 67, of Marysville, WA passed away January 17, 2014 at home surrounded by family after an extended illness. She was preceded in death by her mother, June Potter; and sister-in-law, Donna...

 

In the dark about light bulbs?

More and more information has come to light about the phasing out of the 60-watt incandescent light bulbs. "Many people rushed out to stores to stock up on the incandescent light bulbs, spending tons...

 

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