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Articles from the April 1, 2015 edition

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Former Marysville Mayor Dennis Kendall passes

Dennis Kendall, the former Marysville Mayor who promoted the city so much he called himself the "chief salesperson of Marysville," passed away on March 23 at the age of 72. Kendall started in the Mary...

 

Lakewood community discusses future of area

Lakewood-area residents and Marysville city officials looked at plans for the future of the neighborhood during a community meeting on March 24. MAKERS architecture and urban design, who the city...

 

Chief Corn retires from MFD

Greg Corn, fire chief for the Marysville Fire District for the past 20 years, worked his last day on March 27 last week. For the past 39 years Corn has served the Marysville area in some capacity with...

 

M-P enjoys winning streak

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys baseball team has opened the season with a bang, winning three of its first four contests and laying the foundation for another successful season. The Tommies opened...

 

Prep Roundup 4/1/15

Arlington Baseball: The Eagles split a pair of road games last week, falling to Snohomish by a score of 2-7 and beat Mount Vernon by a final score of 1-0. Arlington visited Shorewood on March 31 and will travel to Everett on April 3. Boys soccer:...

 

Eagles win two games at home

Everything's better at home. At least that's been the case for the Arlington Eagles softball team which opened its season with two losses on the road but have won two straight since being back in the...

 

Cougars win on the diamond, fall on the pitch

It's the best of times and the worst of times for Lakewood athletics. Between the foul lines the Cougars are playing some of their best games in years. Between the nets, however, Lakewood has...

 

Snohomish County PUD offers advice, assistance

Homeowners can keep their bills in check this season and help save energy with a few home projects, according to the Snohomish County PUD. The PUD offers incentives for its customers to make some projects more affordable. A rebate worth hundreds of...

 

April To-Do List - Part 1

Yes, this month it will take two weeks to dispense all my gardening wisdom for the month of April. There's just too darn much to do to fit it into one column. Assess winter damage - I know, it was a m...

 

Cascade Valley Hospital considers partnership

Cascade Valley Hospital's healthcare services could be expanded soon if a partnership between the hospital and other local healthcare agencies goes through. UW Medicine, Skagit Regional Health and...

 

Why don't my kids listen to me?

Dear Ms. Davis. Why don’t my kids to listen to me? It seems like I have to tell them over and over to do things. And then, when I want to find out anything and ask them questions, I don’t get...

 

Heaven needed a new mayor

Heaven needed a new mayor and Marysville has lost one of ours with the passing of Mayor Dennis Kendall. Dennis was an intricate piece of so many things, that when put together, made the fabric of what Marysville is today. From his work with the Boys...

 

Rants and Raves 4/1/15

RAVE: Hurray for Washington state House of Representatives democrats for proposing a budget that contains $5 million for a M-P cafeteria rebuild. While that money is still not a certainty for the local school district, this is a nice concrete step...

 

Weston students present STEM proposals

Students at Weston High School presented their proposals on how Arlington should respond to an earthquake. The propoals included things such as pure water needs to communications needs, during their...

 

Arlington Hi-Q team qualifies for nationals

Last month Arlington High School's Hi-Q team finished first in the state championship and the academic quiz team will soon compete in the national championship. Hi-Q is the oldest quiz competition in...

 

Suellan Elizabeth (Kurtz) Barth

Sue died March 2, 2015, in Darrington, Wash. She was only 63 years young. Sue was born September 25, 1951 in Seattle, Wash. and was soon after adopted by Verne and Lenora (Lee) Kurtz. On February 14,...

 

Robert Bodewig

Robert Bodewig was born on March 8, 1962 and passed away unexpectedly on March 4, 2015. Robert was a man known to have a laid-back genuine personality whose aura was magnetic to be around. He will be...

 

Carmen P. Busch

Loving mother, caring nurse, left us and will be greatly missed. A memorial was held March 21 in Arlington. Carmen's life started in North Dakota and ended here in rainy, mountainous Washington. The...

 

Ronald D. Daggett Sr.

Ron passed away at home unexpectedly on March 12, 2015. He is survived by his children, Ronald D. Daggett Jr., Norman A. Daggett, Kimberly A. Daggett; and sister, Sylvia Kjer; sisters-in-law, Linda...

 

Sharon Lee Dorsten

Sharon Dorsten, 79, of Omak, Washington passed away peacefully on March 19, 2015. She was born on August 5, 1935 in Selma, Calif. to Gretta and Carl Telquist. She graduated from Ballard High School...

 

Roger "Clyde" Eastman

Roger Eastman, 74, died March 9, 2015. He was born December 28, 1940 in Snohomish, Wash. He leaves his wife, Mary Eastman; children, Clyde R. Eastman Jr., David L. Eastman and stepson Kevin Staeber....

 

Kailey Autumn Hanson

Kailey Autumn Hanson, 19, of Darrington, died in a tragic accident on March 9, 2015. She was born in Arlington, Wash. October 4, 1995. Kailey attended Darrington High School. Kailey is survived by...

 

Helen L. Holstine

Helen Louise Holstine was born October 25, 1918. She entered her eternal home on March 15, 2015. She grew up in North Dakota; then moved with family to Washington State. She married Arthur Kreucher...

 

Dorothy C. Hughes

Dorothy Claire O'Brien Hughes, age 90, died March 16, 2015. She was born in Philadelphia, Penn. She met sailor Charles B. Hughes in 1943. After his navy war they married in 1946. They were married...

 

Dennis Kendall

Dennis Kendall, 72, passed away on March 23, 2015. He worked for many years in the photo finishing business and as a vocational teacher at the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center. His last choice for a...

 

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