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Articles from the January 31, 2018 edition

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Angel of the Winds to add $60 million expansion

The Stillaguamish Tribe has started a 300,000-square-foot expansion for the Angel of the Winds Casino Resort which will add a concert venue, bowling alley and more. Tribal officials and local leaders...

 

Nehring gives State of the City

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring talked about the current state of the city's public safety initiatives, economy and recreation opportunities during his State of the City on Jan. 26. Nehring was happy...

 

Larsen meets with Arlington's DABA

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by downtown Arlington on Jan. 24 to meet with local leaders from the Downtown Arlington Business Association to learn about how the organization is doing. The Downtown...

 

PIT Count helps measure homeless population

Volunteers and local organizations helped conduct this year's Point-in-Time Count across Smokey Point on Jan. 23 which attempts to measure the homeless population. The national program happens during...

 

Tomahawks battle Eagles for 66-51 victory

Two of the top teams in the WESCO North battled it out on Jan. 23 when the Arlington boys basketball team welcomed the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks to their home floor. The Tomahawks got off to a qui...

 

MG defeats M-PHS 41-34

The Marysville Getchell girls basketball team took on their crosstown rivals as they faced the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks on Jan. 25. Both teams got off to a slow start as neither team was able to...

 

Lakewood tops Lynden 58-52

The Lakewood boys basketball team hosted their senior night as they took on the Lynden Lions, on Jan. 26. The Cougars got off to a fast start as they began the matchup with a 13-7 run over the Lions....

 

Local teams do well in DECA competition

Marysville DECA teams brought home high ranks in the annual Area One Conference on Jan. 13, and Marysville-Pilchuck and Getchell students will be heading to the state competition in March. The DECA...

 

Marysville chamber continues to grow

Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce's President/CEO Jesica Stickles talked about upcoming plans and events for the local chamber at her 2018 State of the Chamber. Stickles gave her address at the J...

 

Arlington nixes utility rate increase

The Arlington City Council voted not to raise utility rates for residents and businesses for a sixth straight year. Since 2010 city law has required a mandatory public utilities rate increase each year for those in Arlington, but the council has...

 

Female students explore STEM

Two students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) visited Arlington High School (AHS) on Jan. 19 to show 50 female high school students what jobs are available in the Science,...

 

Marysville Fire District welcomes new members

The Marysville Fire District introduced a new board director, swore in two new firefighter/paramedics, and introduced a new mechanic joining the district's staff on Jan. 17. New Board Director Tom...

 

New playground installed at Twin Lakes Landing

Children at Twin Lakes Landing in Marysville are enjoying a brand-new playground, thanks to help from Granite Construction. Over two weekends, volunteers from Granite worked long hours to install the...

 

Arlington teacher arrested after alleged threats

An Arlington School District teacher from Presidents Elementary was arrested last week for allegedly making threats against students. According to a press release from the school district and the city of Arlington, the statement was made by the...

 

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...

 

Vote 'Yes' to support our children

In 1977 the legislature was directed by the courts to identify and fully fund basic education. Now, 41 years later the legislature still is not adequately funding the education every child in the state deserves. This is why our schools must depend...

 

This is your last chance to goof off

Like last week, I am giving you permission to lay low and take it easy for the rest of this month, but watch out! Based on what is happening in my garden, I am going to predict that we will have an...

 

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