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Articles from the April 22, 2015 edition

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'Mary Poppins' comes to Marysville

For this year's play, Marysville-Pilchuck High School Drama Club hopes to bring whimsy and magic to the stage with their take on the musical "Mary Poppins." The first show is scheduled for April 23,...

 

Group provides headstones for unmarked graves

A local group from the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society is taking on the ambitious project of giving all unmarked graves in Snohomish County a new headstone. There are about 10,000 unmarked...

 

Marysville Shred-A-Thon helps residents

Hundreds of Marysville residents stopped by City Hall to destroy their personal documents during the city's annual Shred-A-Thon on April 18. Residents could bring up to six boxes to have securely...

 

Eagles drop two games

Arlington had more than their share of drama last week, with two games decided by two goals or less. The Eagles won a game and lost a game last week. The Eagles had a sour taste in their mouths...

 

M-P continues to win on diamond

Marysville-Pilchuck won two and dropped one last week against South 3A opponents. They've won four of their last five, and currently sit in second place in the league with 10 contests remaining. The T...

 

Arlington loses three games

The Arlington Eagles had a rough week. Taking on three teams from the Wesco 3A South, Arlington lost three times. The Eagles kicked off their busy week with a road contest against Lynnwood (5-1)....

 

Prep Roundup 4/22/15

Arlington Baseball: The Eagles dropped two of three games to Marysville Getchell last week. They play Marysville-Pilchuck three times this week, including a home contest on April 22. Girls tennis: Arlington lost twice last week, falling to Stanwood...

 

AHS athletes sign letters of intent

Four athletes from Arlington High School signed their letter of intents to become athletes in colleges all across the country. Softball player Madeline Maclean signed to play at Lawrence University....

 

Arlington Kiwanis helps Cocoon House

For this year's Kiwanis One Day service event on April 11, the Arlington Kiwanis helped repair about 50 feet of fencing that needed help at a local youth homeless center. The local Arlington Cocoon Ho...

 

ASD will offer free all-day kindergarten

The Arlington School District plans to provide free full-time kindergarten for all students next school year. Washington state plans to fully fund full-time kindergarten for all students across the...

 

'It's Raining Art' set for April 24, 25

The Marysville Arts Coalition hosts a public art show and sale, featuring displays by local artists on Friday, April 24, from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday April 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event takes place in the Red Curtain Arts Center, 1410 Grove...

 

Baxter Community Center reopens April 27

The Ken Baxter Community Center will reopen Monday, April 27, after a five-month closure for remodeling. The refreshed look includes new interior and exterior paint, outdoor hardscaping, new floors and carpeting, and updated lighting and kitchen...

 

Hake, de Graaff honored as March Students of the Month

Two students from Marysville Getchell High School's School for the Entrepreneur were honored with the March Student of the Month award during the April 13 Marysville School District board meeting....

 

Ehrhardt receives NCCE award

Mark Ehrhardt, Director of Technology for Arlington School District, was recently honored with the NCCE 2015 Eric Jensen Award. The NCCE Eric Jensen award is given to an NCCE member who has provided extraordinary leadership to the NCCE organization...

 

ASD hosting Know Your Schools event on April 23

Arlington Public Schools will be hosting a Know Your Schools event for members of the community on Thursday, April 23, 8:30 - 11 a.m. The event will begin with a complimentary breakfast with Superintendent Dr. Kristine McDuffy and other members of...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    April 22, 2015

Council considers salary commissioners

This Monday, April 20, Arlington City Council was expected to approve five commissioners for the new salary commission that was established in January, to approve hiring E & D Excavating to build a 38-space parking lot next to the Stillaguamish...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    April 22, 2015

Officials gather for Stilly Valley Roundtable

From the snow-topped Whitehorse Mountain and Darrington beyond, to the mouth of the river at Port Susan, the Stillaguamish River Valley glows with tender new sprouts on maple trees, alder and willows this time of year. Defined by Higgins, Frailey...

 

Marysville YMCA offers Healthy Kids Day

YMCA of Snohomish County hopes to keep local kids active and healthy with their annual Healthy Kids Day on April 25. Activities to promote healthy living will take place at all YMCA of Snohomish County branches, including the Marysville branch at...

 

Rants and Raves 4/22/15

RAVE: Nice to see everyone helping out at the Shred-a-Thon. Very appreciated and great community spirit with all donations going to the Marysville Food Bank. Just a win-win all the way around. RAVE: To Sno Co Express Fastpitch for their choice for a...

 

Suspects in vandalism at AHS turn themselves in

Suspects in the recent vandalism at Arlington High School turned themselves in to Arlington Police on April 16. A 17-year-old Arlington High School student and a 15-year-old Marysville-Pilchuck High...

 

Hit and run suspects turn themselves in

The suspects sought by the Arlington Police Department that were allegedly involved with a hit and run crash on April 10 turned themselves in on April 15. The two Marysville men, 19-year-old Rodrigo Loyola-Vasquez and 18-year-old Martin A....

 

Accident claims the life of Marysville toddler

Just before 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 18, Marysville Police responded to a call in the 5200 block of 121st St., in Marysville, where a 2-year-old female toddler had been struck by a vehicle. Upon arrival officers were advised the toddler had run out...

 

Understanding organic gardening

Back in my hippy-dippy days of the late 60's and early 70's I was a devotee of the organic gardening movement with subscriptions to Rodale's Organic Gardening Magazine along with Prevention and Mother...

 

Leonard Gene Blumer

Leonard Gene Blumer, 59 passed away on March 14, 2015. Gene was born in Seattle on November 6, 1955. Gene served in the Army for five years. After the Army, he worked as a Boiler Engineer for Ballard...

 

Clifford George Enick

Clifford George Enick, 56, of Tulalip passed away on April 11, 2015. He was born June 11, 1958 in Everett, Washington to Gerald and Maryann Enick (Moses). He was a commercial fisherman and he served...

 

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