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Articles from the March 5, 2014 edition

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Art, music showcase set for Friday

It feels like Marysville's arts community is gathering steam. The Marysville Arts Coalition has been making small but significant strides over the past three years, hosting art shows, downtown art...

 

Definition of public servant: serve the public

We hear and read a lot about public servants that aren’t all they ought to be. We used to say ‘scandal sells papers.’ In our new techy world it sells space. On the radio, the TV, and every...

 

It's March – get some dirt under your fingernails

Yes, I know, it still feels like the dead of winter. But the calendar says it is March and in three weeks it will be the first day of spring. So like it or not, it’s time to get to work. LAWNS: I...

 

Prom dresses for all

All year long, local volunteers collect formal dresses for the Prom Dress Exchange, an effort to ensure that everyone can attend special events without the burden of high fashion prices. This year's P...

 

Records of poor may assist researchers

While some genealogy researchers may hope to find connections to long-lost wealthy relatives, ancestors at the other end of the economic spectrum may hold keys to family history. The Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society hosts a presentation...

 

2014 Strawberry Festival royalty crowned

Candidates vying for positions on the Strawberry Festival Royal Court were introduced to the public Saturday night, March 1, in a Coronation Ceremony held at Totem Middle School in Marysville. Four...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    March 5, 2014

Ecology grant will assist in cleanup efforts

The state Department of Ecology recently awarded the City of Marysville with a $200,000 remedial action grant that will assist in planning for cleanup and redevelopment of city-owned property along Ebey waterfront. “Grant dollars are an essential c...

 

AHS presents "The Music Man"

Trouble? Right here in River City? More like big fun right here in Arlington. In 1957, "The Music Man" became a hit on Broadway, winning five Tony Awards. The reasons for the success of the play are...

 

Civics lessons in the courtroom

To prepare for the statewide mock trial competition to be held at the end of March, Stillaguamish Valley School students participated in a mock trial with the 10th Street Middle School team at the...

 

Tribes, school execs hold joint meeting

The Marysville School District and leaders of the Tulalip Tribes have a tradition of working closely together to benefit all children in the district, and a special joint meeting held Feb. 24 at the Tulalip Administrative Building echoed that theme....

 

Lady Eagles fly into state tournament

Arlington faced a familiar foe last weekend at Puyallup High School. But they didn't let the deja-vu keep them from another trip to the Tacoma Dome. For the second year in a row, the Eagles played Tod...

 

Review new curriculum for MSD

On March 3, the Marysville School District Board of Directors received a report from the district Instructional Materials and Curriculum Committee recommending adoption of the following instructional material: Foundations of Restaurant Management &...

 
 By June Robinson    Opinion    March 5, 2014

Building job opportunities should be Job No. 1 in Olympia

Six years ago, the Great Recession hit town. Every town. Still today, this worst economic calamity in more than seven decades is pummeling Marysville, Tulalip, and our other Snohomish County...

 

Arlington boys' season ends shy of state

The Eagles were within sight of it, but won't be making another trip to the Tacoma Dome this year. It came down to the wire, but the Arlington boys couldn't hold off a late rally from Kentridge and...

 

Hidden heart defects lead to scare for Marysville family

Three-month-old Spencer Eric Norton spent much of February with tubes inserted to help him breathe and oxygenate his blood, a situation which struck suddenly for Marysville parents Amy and Scott Norto...

 

Princesses and pirates take over Strawberry Lanes

Boys with hooks for hands and girls wearing tiaras took to the bowling alleys at Strawberry Lanes on March 2. The dressed-up kids were parts of Marysville Parks and Recreation's "Princess and Pirate...

 

Marysville Council discuss potential transportation improvements

A 0.02 percent sales tax increase will go on the April ballot in Marysville with the sole purpose of improving local transportation infrastructure. On Feb. 3 the Marysville Transportation Benefit District voted to put the 0.02 percent sales tax...

 

Local Scoop reopens

For more than a month it looked like Arlington's nearly 40-year-old restaurant, The Local Scoop, would stay closed; however, it finally re-opened under new ownership on Feb. 24. Joe Frew and Steve Par...

 

Honda franchise comes to Marysville

A new Honda dealership has opened in north Marysville near Smokey Point, with a grand opening on Feb. 26. The Marysville Honda dealership is at 15714 Smokey Point Boulevard. After Klein Honda of...

 

Mountain View advisory chair recognized for volunteer work

Mary Jane Miller was recognized for her commitment to improving local education and volunteering with the 2014 Marysville Volunteer of the Month award for February. Mayor Jon Nehring presented Miller...

 

Earl William Anderson

Earl William Anderson, 60, suddenly and peacefully passed away on February 7, 2014. Earl was born on November 24, 1953 in Everett, WA to Leslie and Audrey Anderson. Earl attended school in Everett...

 

Buford (Bud) L. Dale, Jr.

Sept. 22, 1968 - Feb. 17, 2014 Bud Dale was born in Seattle, WA on September 22, 1968, and he died suddenly February 17, 2014. He attended Marysville schools. He won a Bronze Medal in boxing at the...

 

Lyle Gene Danielson

Lyle Gene Danielson, age 64, passed away on February 7, 2014. Lyle was born June 17, 1949 in Port Angeles, WA, to George and Nina Danielson. He was the third of four children. After graduating from Port Angeles High School, he became employed at the...

 

Joan Katherine Erpenbach

Joan Katherine Erpenbach of Marysville, WA, age 79, died February 24, 2014. Mass of Christian Burial was held March 1 in Marysville, with interment in the Parish Cemetery. Joan, the daughter of...

 

Nina Haynes

Nina "Nicki" Haynes, 74, of Marysville, WA passed away on Wednesday, February 25, 2014. At her request no services will be held....

 

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