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Articles from the March 19, 2014 edition

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Older eyes need that extra sunlight

In the week just past, I have seen several articles in the paper denouncing Daylight Savings Time (DST). Even an editorial. Well, I’m here to tell you I don’t appreciate any effort to do away...

 

Insurance company Country Financial expands in Arlington

The agricultural-focused insurance and finance company Country Financial is expanding in Arlington and held a ribbon cutting at their Smokey Point offices on March 13 to celebrate. Country Financial h...

 

Arlington drug problems come "Out of the Shadows"

The Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition’s “Out of the Shadows” event will bring to light personal stories of Arlington youth who have struggled with drug addiction and other information about local drug abuse. This is the first major event from...

 

Marysville employee's effort saves energy, reduces costs for city

Marysville city employee Jeff Cobb's efforts may be saving the city $60,000 per year, and he was recognized for those efforts during the Feb. 24 city council meeting. Cobb, the Marysville Waste Water...

 

History gets its own school fair in Arlington

Re-creations of historical events with middle school students dressed as historical figures took over Post Middle School's gym on March 15 for the annual social science fair. The eighth-grade...

 

Amina Leah Al-Anzi

April 11, 1984 - March 8, 2014 Amina Leah Al-Anzi walked into the arms of God leaving behind her mother and father, Sherrill and Mohanna; stepfather, Dwayne; brothers, Adam and Joe; sister, Lulua and...

 

Angie M. Crawley

Angie passed away peacefully on February 25, 2014 at her Adult Family Home in Lynnwood, WA with her loving husband by her side, supportive family and very dear caregivers near. Angie was born...

 

Floyd Dickie

Floyd Dickie, 90, of Marysville, WA died March 2, 2014. He leaves two sons, Jefffery and Scott; two stepchildren, Russell and Joanne; and six grandchildren. At his request, there will be no services....

 

Wallace S. Deeter

Wally Deeter, treasured and beloved by his family, was lost to cancer on February 28, 2014. Wally is survived by his wife of nearly 61 years, Mandie; son and daughter-in-law, Mike and Mixie; daughter,...

 

Charles Daniel Haupt

SFC Charles "Dan" Haupt passed away peacefully at home with his family on March 4, 2014 in Marysville, WA. He was born to Arthur and Leah Haupt March 20, 1934 in Newton, KS. Dan graduated from...

 

Rick Holm

Rick was born April 6, 1960 and raised in Lincoln MT. He attended Voc Tech school after graduation, and entered the Navy in 1984, which eventually took him to Whidbey Island WA, where he met his wife...

 

Marvin Schellhorn

Marvin Schellhorn, 76 of Arlington, WA passed on March 10, 2014. He died the way he lived, on the farm with his cows. He was born in Seward, Nebraska on September 15, 1937. Marvin leaves his sister, Leona Syoboda and brother-in-law, Ed; brothers:...

 

Irene Anne Weller

Irene Anne Weller passed away on Friday, March 7, 2014 at the age of 91. She was born on July 25, 1922 to Jacob and Frida Volk. At the age of 17, Irene graduated from Lamberton High School, in...

 

Robert Anthony Weller

Robert Anthony Weller passed away on Monday, February 17, 2014 at the age of 92. Robert, known to his friends and family as "Bob", was the fourth child of Clarence and Bertha Weller. Raised in...

 

Time to get those cool season veggies planted

March is the consummate month to plant “cool season” veggies like potatoes and carrots and onions and radishes, leaf crops like lettuce and spinach and cabbage and broccoli and finally peas. All o...

 

Basics of genealogy research

Tracing family history can be a daunting task. With a variety of databases, Internet searches and software available, it’s hard to know where to start. The Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society will offer a series of Monday evening classes,...

 

Pick out a special dress for free

The third annual Prom Dress Exchange, set for Saturday, March 22, at Damascus Road Church in Marysville, will offer a selection of more than 450 formal dresses, both long and short, that are free to t...

 

Warrant turns up illegal drugs at Arlington home

When Arlington police served a search warrant in response to a stolen iPad, they discovered a lot more than they expected. Officers converged on a single-family residence in the 20800 block of 66th...

 

Marysville leaders meet with federal reps

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring and City Councilmembers joined other Washington local officials among 2,000 local leaders from across the country at the annual Congressional City Conference March 9-12...

 

Register bikes in Arlington

Stolen bicycles, even if recovered by police, are generally difficult to return to the rightful owners. Every year approximately 25 bicycles are found or turned in to the Arlington Police Department, but officers have no way of identifying the...

 

Education summit set for Marysville

On Saturday, March 29, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Marysville school board and district leaders will host a public summit on education titled "Dream Big for Kids" at the Marysville Getchell High...

 

Haddock to retire

Superintendent Dennis Haddock of the Lakewood School District recently announced his plans to retire this year. His last work day will be April 18. Dr. Haddock’s career has included 33 years in K-12 public education, with the last nine years...

 

Arlington library hosts art exhibit

Thirteen works of art created by members of the Arlington Arts Council, with the theme of "Green," are on display now through mid-June at the Arlington Sno-Isle Library. Pictured with their creations...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 19, 2014

Leadership changes in Tulalip

Big changes are ahead for the Tulalip Board of Directors, as longtime members Mel Sheldon Jr. and Chuck James were unseated in Saturday’s election. Glen Gobin, the other incumbent up for election, was retained by the membership. Herman Williams,...

 

HS baseball in full swing

It's peanuts and cracker jacks time for Arlington High School. The Eagles kicked off their nearly two-month long baseball season last weekend by hosting a small jamboree with Stanwood and Lakewood....

 

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