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Articles from the February 4, 2015 edition

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Father/Daughter Dance is fun for all

Pop music, well-dressed fathers and twirling daughters filled the Cedarcrest Middle School cafeteria on Jan. 31 during the first dance of Marysville's annual Father/Daughter Valentine's dance. The fir...

 

Transit center to open in Smokey Point

A new Smokey Point Transit Center will open this month, providing a bus hub for locals to get around the entire north county area easily. Without transferring to another bus, riders will be able to...

 

Marysville Mayor Nehring gives 2015 State of the City address

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring talked about the major transportation, recreation and safety projects the city is planning during his 2015 State of the City. Nehring talked about the upcoming year and re...

 

Eagles soar above the competition

The Eagles aren't just winning, they're proving why they're the best in Wesco. The Arlington Eagles girls basketball team enjoys a top-10 position in state rankings, and are backing up the hype with...

 

Lakewood overcomes shooting drought to win

Lakewood started last week's game against Cedar Park Christian on a tear, with Ryan Alford and Paul Coleman each draining early three-pointers, but the Cougars soon hit a dry slump. Shots stopped...

 

M-P cruising into season's home stretch

A big second quarter helped propel the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks over the Marysville Getchell Chargers last Saturday night in the annual Marysville Madness. The Tomahawks were firing on all...

 

Prep Roundup

Grace Academy Boys basketball: The Eagles topped winless Lopez last week to improve its league tally to 9-4. Grace hosted Providence Classical Christian on Feb. 3 and will play its regular season finale on Feb.y 4 against undefeated Lummi Nation....

 

McDuffy gives 2015 State of the District address

Arlington School District officials hope their “North Star” can guide them through the many changes upcoming in state education, said Superintendent Kris McDuffy during her 2015 State of the District address. McDuffy gave her seventh annual State...

 

Red Hot Jazz Festival entertains

The smooth sound of jazz filled the Marysville Opera House Friday night and had the audience swaying to the melody and tapping their feet to the beat. You could even find kids hopping out of their sea...

 

SR 529 bridge will be closed during Feb. weekends

Drivers going to Everett from Marysville during the weekend may have to go on I-5 instead of using SR 529, as the river bridge will have some around-the-clock closures this month. The southbound...

 

Arlington nixes utility rate increase

Arlington residents won’t be seeing a utility rate increase this year after the Arlington City Council voted unanimously to cancel the scheduled 2015 increase. The council rejected the increase during their Jan. 20 city council meeting. This is...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    February 4, 2015

Arlington council, staff attend retreat

Honesty, kindness and respect were among the personal core values named by Arlington City Council and city managers at a retreat meeting Friday evening, Jan. 30. In a team-building evening facilitated by Steve Peiffle, the city’s attorney, the...

 

New Congress, ongoing commitment to the Pacific Northwest economy

We in the Pacific Northwest know that our part of the country is second to none. Our mountains and waters offer plentiful outdoor opportunities. Our local economy is fueled by innovative businesses...

 

Rants & Raves 2/4/15

RANT: Table manners, please. I’m sick and tired of sitting in a restaurant watching everybody on their phones. Doesn’t anybody talk anymore? RAVE: I wanted to congratulate the Seattle Seahawks for having such a great season. And thanks to all of...

 

February To-Do list

Yikes, where did the month go? Here we are in February and this is the month that we should dig into the garden in earnest. Below is a short list of things to focus on. Prune. This is the ideal time...

 

Green Bean, Bacon & Prosciutto Bundle

Who doesn't love green beans with bacon ... and of course there's the ever popular green bean and bacon casserole at Thanksgiving. Here's a very simple "Green Bean, Bacon and Prosciutto Bundle" to...

 

Thomas Clapp

Tom Clapp, 53 of Marysville passed away on January 13, 2015 following a short battle with lung cancer. Tom was preceded in death by his mother and step-father, Theresa and Jack Scofield. He leaves his father, Jerry of Arizona; sisters, Kathleen of...

 

Marian Leila Gerwick

Marian Leila Gerwick, 94, passed away January 30, 2015 in Arlington. She was born April 29, 1920 in Elm Creek, Nebraska. Marian taught music and English in middle and high schools. She married Vern...

 

Randal Jacob Gregg

Randal Jacob Gregg went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on January 25, 2015. He was born December 27, 1975 in Savannah, Georgia. He worked at Zodiac Aerospace in Marysville, where he also lived. He...

 

Ruth Ellen Hall

Ruth Hall passed away on January 18, 2015. Ruth was born on December 12, 1921 in Sylva, North Carolina. Ruth lived in Lakewood, Washington for many years, where her husband James built their home. In...

 

Vera Maxine Hansberry

Vera M. Hansberry, daughter of Marysville pioneers Arthur C. and Olive Coulson Buttke, died January 23, 2015. She was born April 6, 1921 in Marysville, WA, where she graduated with the class of 1939....

 

Keiko Hatch

Keiko Hatch, 86, of Arlington, Washington passed away on January 22, 2015. Keiko was born in Yahata Kyushu, Japan on February 15, 1928. Keiko met, fell in love and married Marine Tech Sgt. Charles R....

 

Aubrie Ann (Drake) Haupt

Aubrie Ann (Drake) Haupt passed away on January 15, 2015. She was born on August 6, 1934 in Omaha, Nebr. She loved being a 1950's housewife to her military husband. Preceding her in death, was her...

 

Gregory Stephan Impola

Gregory Stephan Impola, 36, died January 23, 2015 in Kirkland, Washington. Greg was born May 27, 1978 and grew up in Snohomish, Washington. Greg married Kathryn Lappi in 2000 and they were blessed...

 

Danny G. Johnson

Danny Johnson, 67, of Marysville, died on January 14, 2015. He fought an 18-month battle with brain cancer. He is survived by his mother, Shirley; his loving wife, Roxy; his brother and sister, Daryl and Sandy; his children, Jodi, Jennifer, and...

 

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