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Articles from the March 29, 2017 edition

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Tulalip Tribes host coastal jams to promote indigenous music, culture

For the past few months the Hibulb Cultural Center in Tulalip has hosted Coast Salish music jams to help keep traditional indigenous music going. "This is a cultural center. It's a place where our...

 

Mayor Tolbert gives State of the City

In her State of the City address, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said she hopes the city can attract retail businesses, provide family-wage jobs and manage growth. Tolbert has delivered her State of...

 

M'ville schools get together for All-City Sing

Marysville's elementary and middle schools got together last week to sing together in the annual All-City Sing to finish off Music in the Schools Month. The two-day event brought elementary and...

 

Rep. Larsen sponsors school safety bill

Schools across the United States could have more federal funds to improve safety and security if the School Safety Act of 2017 is passed. The bill is being sponsored by local U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, wh...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 29, 2017

Mountaineers defeat Cougars 10-9

The Lakewood Cougars baseball team took on the Mount Baker Mountaineers in a nail-biter that came down to the last at bat, on March 20. The Cougars started off the ballgame with incredible...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 29, 2017

M-P fights for 2-0 victory over Eagles

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys soccer team took on the Arlington Eagles on March 21 in a match that came down to the last few minutes. Throughout the first half the Tomahawks showed how aggressive they...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 29, 2017

Local lacrosse teams face off in Arlington

The Stanwood Spartans boys lacrosse team took on the Snohomish Panthers in a dominate game from beginning to end, on March 24 at Haller Middle School. From the start to the finish Stanwood looked...

 

Time to plant onions

March and April are what we call the "cool season" when it comes to veggies and typically that means planting vegetables either for their roots such as onions or potatoes or carrots or for their shoot...

 

Improve your home and diet with vegetable garden

Planting a garden can add aesthetic appeal and functionality to a property. Vegetable gardens can transform landscapes while putting healthy and homegrown food on the table. By growing their own...

 

Home projects perfect for spring

The rejuvenating spirit of spring makes this beloved season an ideal time for homeowners to take stock of their homes and properties and address any issues that arose during the winter. While some...

 

Rotary, businesses team up to benefit Scouts

The Marysville Rotary Club and McCarthy Construction and Remodel are planning to build four cabins for a local Boy Scout camp this April. The local project will be raising funds for the next couple of...

 

Magee, Hubbert named Students of the Month

Two Marysville-Pilchuck High School students were recognized for their contributions to their school and community with the February Student of the Month award. Seniors Griffin Hubbert and Abby Magee...

 

Cross Country for a Cure raises funds to fight cancer

For the sixth year one local Relay for Life team has raised money for cancer research with their "Cross Country for a Cure" run. This year's 5K walk or run was on March 25 and took place at the...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we select one to run in that...

 

Marysville, Arlington plan annual Easter Egg Hunts

Marysville and Arlington kids can go out hunting for eggs on April 15 as both cities are bringing back their annual Easter Egg Hunts that weekend. Arlington The city of Arlington's annual Easter Egg...

 

Working together to improve infrastructure, economic development

Public investments in infrastructure may not be exciting, but they are a critical component of planning for expected growth and attracting new businesses to the community. With 67,000 residents, Marysville is the fastest growing city in the state...

 

Strawberry Festival board member responds to Letters to the Editor

I read the editorials contained in the North County Outlook regarding the article published March 10 in The Marysville Globe regarding the Marysville Strawberry Festival. On behalf of the board, the volunteers and the community at large, I would like...

 

Cooking with a Chef's Secret - Sauce Variations

When I tell anyone that I'm a chef, they will sometimes come back with this line ... "With all of the cooking you do for work, do you really like cooking at home?" My answer is always the same, I don'...

 

Hilma M. Brown

Hilma Brown of Marysville, WA, died unexpectedly on Monday, March 20, 2017. Hilma was born September 12, 1924 on her family's farm in Smokey Point, WA. She was a graduate of Arlington High School and...

 

Evelyn E. Deckard

Our beloved Mother, Grandmother and Gret-Grandmother, Evelyn (Seibert) Deckard passed away on March 17, 2017 with her family by her side. Mom was born in Molson, WA to Meda and William(Bill) Seibert on June 3, 1924. The family moved to Marysville...

 

Police arrest three suspects in connection with March 24 shooting

Marysville Police Detectives have arrested three suspects in connection with the Friday, March 24, shooting in the Albertson’s parking lot located at 301 Marysville Mall Way. Two adult suspects, a 20-year-old Snohomish man and a 19-year-old...

 

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