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Articles from the February 5, 2014 edition

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Reception features glass works

The first Friday of each month, Ornamental Arts Gallery showcases a local artist with a gala reception, and on Feb. 7 the spotlight shines on glass artist Robin Larson. Larson, who lives in Mukilteo,...

 

Fathers and daughters boogie down at Valentines dance

Pink and purple tones, pop music and dancing filled the gym at Cedarcrest Middle School on Feb. 1 during the ninth Marysville father-daughter dance. The Valentine-themed dances, organized by...

 

Your February checklist for the garden

It’s the first week of February. Go to the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle and then get to work on my checklist! Prune, prune, prune. This is the ideal time to prune our trees. For the...

 

Random musings on a Sunday afternoon

What can you do with a three-year-old tom cat that still thinks he’s a needy kitten, and curls up against your chest so you can’t read the paper? If I tell him to grow up and push him off, he sits...

 

Free weekend lunches at teriyaki restaurant

On the first Saturday of every month Mike Youn opens up his restaurant, Teriyaki Box on Third Street, and gives away 100 free meals. The small downtown restaurant next to Ace Hardware has been...

 

Eagle fest enjoys another sunny day

Arlington's Eagle Festival enjoyed another sunny day Saturday, when families wandered around town for the many fun activities. With live eagles from Sarvey Wildlife Rescue Center and a wild animal pre...

 

Program helps preserve the past

Public and nonprofit agencies working to preserve our county’s heritage may be eligible for grants being offered by Snohomish County. Funding applications are being accepted from public and nonprofit agencies for projects that develop and promote...

 

Marysville Relay kicks into high gear

Saturday afternoon brought people from all over Marysville to the Boys and Girls Club for the Marysville-Tulalip Relay for Life kickoff. This year's theme-"A Walk to Remember"--was evident as you walk...

 

Day off from school, day "on" for fun

When school is out, Camp Killoqua offers lots of activities to keep kids active and engaged. Killoqua, a Camp Fire facility, offers School Days Off Camp for students in kindergarten through sixth grade on Monday, Feb. 17, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m....

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    February 5, 2014

Council holds hearing on marijuana regulations

Arlington City Council held a public hearing on its ordinance for recreational marijuana Monday night, and council was scheduled to vote on the issue on the same night as the hearing. The ordinance would allow production and processing in general...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    February 5, 2014

More homeless on county streets

The number of homeless on Snohomish County streets increased 12 percent in 2014 over 2013 numbers. Forty-one more people lived on the street this year compared to last year, according to data released today by the county’s Human Services department...

 

Odor study was based on science

Editor, The “No clear results in odor study” story characterized Cedar Grove as “nearly giddy” in our response to the results of the odor monitoring study just released by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. The scientific monitoring showed...

 

The contagious spirit of 'Blue Friday'

Have you noticed how contagious the “Blue Friday Spirit” is and how it took over our whole area? It seems that everywhere you looked, there was blue and green looking back at you--it was just...

 

Leighan's dedication to Rotary earns recognition

Marysville Noon Rotary member Mike Leighan was recognized for his commitment to Rotary events and was honored as Marysville's December 2013 Volunteer of the Month. The award was presented by...

 

Learn how testing DNA can help you study genealogy

Testing your DNA is one of the modern tools for people interested in genealogy and an upcoming Arlington presentation is meant to show people how to use this new tool. The presentation is sponsored by the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society in...

 

Vote yes for schools

Dear Voters, On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Marysville School District is asking voters to replace the Educational Programs Levy for tax years 2015-2018. This levy is not a new levy but replaces the previous levy that will expire this year. This levy is...

 

New Marysville interchange a bit closer to reality

An interchange that would allow downtown Marysville travelers to bypass the railroad tracks has taken some of its first small steps forward. Before anything else, the hypothetical interchange at I-5 and State Route 529 needs an Interchange...

 

Young Marysville artists recognized in Reflections

Art and photographs with a theme of "believe, dream, inspire" were on display during the Reflections award ceremony on Jan. 30 where Marysville students were recognized for their participation in the...

 

Esther Mae Baumgartner

Born on the 4th of July, 1927, Esther died peacefully on January 8, after bravely battling a long illness. She lived for 33 years in Arlington, WA and prior to that, many years in Edmonds, WA where...

 

Michael Douglas Bynum

Mike Bynum, 66, of Arlington, WA died on January 21, 2014. Mike was born on March 4, 1947 in Corpus Christi, Texas. Mike was a Vietnam veteran and a steel worker until he retired. He is survived by...

 

Violet Coker

Violet Coker, 87, of Arlington, WA passed away at home on January 17, 2014. Violet was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all. She leaves behind her husband, Archie, of 68 years; along with her four children; 10 grandchildren; 20...

 

Keemani Jackson Conklin

Keemani Jackson Conklin slipped away to heaven while sleeping Sunday, January 19, 2014. Keemani was born and passed in San Diego County, California but will be laid to rest in Washington state, home...

 

Norma Katheryn Williams Corroone

Norma Katheryn Williams Corroone (88), passed away on January 11, 2014, from complications of hepatic encephalopathy. She was surrounded by her family who were very reluctant to let her go. Norma was...

 

Thomas DeLazzari

Thomas DeLazzari, born November 29, 1942 in Bridgewater, New Jersey passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2014, in Oso, Washington. He is survived by his sister, Irma Strelko of New Jersey; his son,...

 

Paul Martin Huglen

Paul Martin Huglen, born December 30, 1946, passed away January 21, 2014 with his beloved wife at his side. Paul graduated from Arlington High School in 1965 then started college in Everett. He was ca...

 

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