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Articles from the February 11, 2015 edition

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Florists busy preparing for Valentine's Day

"It's insanity for one week," said local florist Jodi Sugg about the week of Valentine's Day. The holiday most known for roses is both a boon and a "crazy" time for florists like Sugg and other local...

 

Eagle Festival returns to Arlington

Locals were introduced to the nature around them during the Arlington-Stillaguamish Eagle Festival which returned this year on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7 Nature-themed art, poetry and photography contests were...

 

Red Cross Real Heroes honors M-PHS shooting responders

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring honored multiple local agencies that stepped up in the aftermath of the Oct. 24 Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting with Red Cross Real Hero medals. The Red Cross...

 

M-PHS athletes sign letters of intent

Years of hard work and dedication have paid off for five local student-athletes. Five Marysville-Pilchuck High School students last week signed and faxed in national letters of intent, signifying...

 

Eagles are on top of the Wesco North

"She's a Brown. Basketball must run in her blood." That's what a colleague told me a few minutes after freshman Peyton Brown's 28-point performance last week against the Stanwood Spartans. Arlington w...

 

Grace Academy teams advance to 1B District 1 Tournament

The Grace Academy boys and girls basketball teams completed their regular season schedules last week, and qualified for the 1B District 1 Tournament. The Lady Eagles finished with a league record of...

 

Cougars are district tournament hopefuls

It might have been Senior Night for Lakewood last week against the Sultan Turks, but it was the youngsters who stole the show. The Cougars topped Sultan by a final score of 54-38 early last week, adva...

 

Prep Roundup 2/11/15

3A North Sub-Regional 1. Arlington, 352.5; 2. M-P, 266.5; 6. MG, 122. 106 — Swanson (A) def. Daurie (M-P) 10-4; 126 — Nygard (A) inj. def. Rork (A); 145 — Daurie (M-P) def. McAuslan (A) 5-4; 160 — Pablo (M-P) def. Crew (A) 5-3; 170 — Page...

 

Heroin-related deaths on the increase

Since 2011 Snohomish County has seen a "dramatic increase" in the number of heroin and opioid-related deaths that is far above the state average. These increases have come as a "real surprise and a...

 

Arlington students honored

Arlington High School student Paige Quander and Weston High School student Shayla Solenberg were recognized as Outstanding Students of the Month for January. Kris McDuffy, Arlington School District's...

 

Tech levy will begin to shape learning

As part of Marysville School District’s technology levy last year, the district has contracted Eduro Learning for five years to improve technology teaching. “The world has changed so dramatically, so we’re going to take our teaching and...

 

Enlow, Ueland honored as Students of the Month

Two students known for their positivity were recognized as Marysville's Students of the Month for January. Jessica Enlow and James Ueland, both students at Marysville Arts and Technology High School,...

 

Arlington's Shierk earns Coach of the Year award

Arlington High School's head cross country coach, Mike Shierk, was awarded the honor of Washington State Cross Country Coach of the Year for 3A boys by the Washington State Cross Country Coaches...

 

Craft show vendors sought

Marysville Parks and Recreation is hosting its annual Spring Craft Show on Saturday, April 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this yea at Totem Middle School. Quality gifts including Spring and Mother’s Day items, gifts for pets, children, hats, tutu’s,...

 

Vintage, antique store opens in Arlington

A new vintage and antique store, Vintage Restoration, is open in downtown Arlington and features home décor for those who want a vintage feel. The store has been open since mid-November last year...

 

Eating fish shouldn't be risky

Gov. Jay Inslee wants to change the cancer risk rate used to set state water quality standards from one in one million to one in 100,000. That is unacceptable to the treaty Indian tribes in western...

 

Rants and Raves 2/11/15

RAVE: Thanks to the helpful person at Five Point Tires who assisted me in pushing my car after it broke down and let me park it at that business for the day. RANT: People who say they “don’t like to use labels” and refuse to describe anything...

 

Local students participate in Honor Band Festival

Post and Haller Middle School students participated in the annual Mt. Pilchuck Music Educators Association Honor Band Festival, (MPMEA) Junior Division on Thursday, Jan. 15. The concert was held at...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    February 11, 2015

Arlington City Council responds to ACLU

The agenda for the Feb. 9 Arlington City Council workshop meeting included discussing a letter from the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union). Received in December, the letter referred to an ordinance the city adopted in July last summer, on...

 

Growing roses in the Northwest

I once had a rose garden of 100 roses right smack dab in the middle of my circle drive. I also once owned a 1966 VW Bus (both of which could be grounds for questioning my sanity). "What?" you might...

 

Kathleen M. Carroll

Kathleen Mildred (Clements) Carroll passed away February 2, 2015. Born October 12, 1935 in Newburgh, Maine to Earl and Helen (Hill) Clements. She is survived by her husband, John P Carroll and their...

 

Josephine Mary Ellis

Josephine passed away on February 1, 2015 in San Jose, California. She was born on November 25, 1924. Josephine and Richard were married in Salem, Ohio in September 1947. Jo and Dick had five...

 

Cecil Norman Kemp

Cecil passed peacefully in his sleep February 2, 2015. He is survived by wife Anita; brother, Doug; step-children Dan, Mike, Sherri and Kelly. Cecil was preceded in death by his mother, Dora, and...

 

Shirley Darlene Klein-Stich

Shirley Darlene Klein-Stich, 69, died on Feb 3, 2015. She was born on June 22, 1945 to Albert and Jean Klein. She lived on a dairy farm in Lakewood. She graduated from Arlington High School. Shirley...

 

Charlene Cleona Koster

Charlene Cleona Koster, age 78, passed away Monday, January 26, 2015. Charlene was born July 17, 1936 at her home in Sedro Woolley, Wash. She was married to Melvin Koster in 1976 in Stanwood, Wash....

 

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