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Articles from the April 20, 2016 edition

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Community turns out for Marysville's Clean Sweep

The city of Marysville helped to clean up many parts of the city as they held their annual Clean Sweep week from April 10 to 16. This is the sixth year for the event which focuses on community...

 

Tulalip Tribes open skate park, ballfield

Tulalip children and teenagers will have a new ballfield and skate park open near the Don Hatch Teen Center this summer. The Tulalip Tribes held the grand opening for the Debra Barto Memorial Skate...

 

Stillaguamish Tribe donates for splash pad

The Arlington Rotary's goal of putting a splash pad at Haller Park took a major step forward as the Stillaguamish Tribe pledged an additional $500,000 for the project. Splash pads, also known as...

 

Shred-A-Thon helps community recycle

Marysville residents got rid of their personal documents, electronics and some other recyclable material at the annual Shred-A-Thon on April 16. The yearly event brought in many Marysville citizens...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    April 20, 2016

Arlington dominates meet at Getchell

Marysville Getchell's track team hosted Arlington and Everett on April 14 and as each event rolled into the next one, there was one common thread throughout the entire meet­ - Arlington was...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    April 20, 2016

Getchell baseball falls to Arlington 6-0

Working with an undefeated season, the Arlington Eagles went into the April 15 away game against the Marysville Getchell Chargers looking to stay that way. With a slow start in the first two innings,...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    April 20, 2016

M-PHS defeats Stanwood

Coming into the April 12 match against Stanwood, the Marysville-Pilchuck boys soccer team had four wins on the season, one of them against the Spartans. In the rematch, the Tomahawks were too much...

 

Arlington High School's jazz choir Flight presents Cabaret nights

Arlington High School's jazz choir Flight invited the public for a evening of songs and jazz with their annual Cabaret nights on April 15 and 16. The event is a fundraiser for the choir and a way for...

 

Free county fair deals with children's mental health issues

To help local families understand the mental health issues surrounding their children Snohomish County will hold a free Children & Youth Mental Wellness Fair on May 7. This is the first year the...

 

Superheroes and moms dance in Marysville

Spiderman, Batman and Captain America greeted mothers and sons at the Cedarcrest Middle School cafeteria on April 16 at the city of Marysville's first Mother-Son Superhero Dance. This is the first yea...

 

Roy Robinson Subaru gives to Make-A-Wish

Roy Robinson Subaru gave $47,411 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Alaska and Washington this April as part of Subaru's Share the Love event. In November and December last year customers who purchased...

 

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 will randomly select one...

 

Tough times call for hard decisions

Tough times call for hard decisions, and we are facing some of the most difficult times we've ever seen when it comes to this year's expected coho returns to western Washington. After last year's...

 
 By Daryn Bundy    Opinion    April 20, 2016

Support our youth and community

As a local business owner, taxpayer, a graduate of the Marysville School District, and ardent supporter of quality K-12 education, I wholeheartedly support the Marysville school bond measure on the April 26 ballot. I feel the school bond measure...

 
 By Doug Buell    Opinion    April 20, 2016

Vote 'Yes' on April 26 to support Marysville schools

The Marysville School District’s April 26 bond measure is a fiscally responsible and equitable investment in the school buildings that contribute to our students’ academic success and benefit the Marysville-Tulalip economy. Although our schools...

 

Planning commission discusses amendment for comp plan

Arlington’s planning commission this week, Tuesday, April 19, is considering a proposed amendment to the city’s comprehensive plan, as presented by Chris Young, director of the planning and land-use division of the Community and Economic...

 

The secret to getting wisteria to bloom

For anyone who has travelled around the temperate part of the world in spring, one of the most impressive horticultural sights is often an immense wisteria vine in full radiant glory with its draping...

 

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