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Articles from the May 2, 2018 edition

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Judge issues preliminary injunction in Maryfest suit

The Marysville Strawberry Festival nonprofit organization is able to bring back six of it's long-time volunteers after a contract the group was under was temporarily voided in Snohomish County Superio...

 

Lakewood drama club presents Peter Pan Jr.

Lakewood High School's drama club will hold their first production in their new theater space this May where they will present Peter Pan Jr. The musical will be on May 3, 4, 11 and 12 at 7 p.m., with...

 

Sno-Isle levy narrowly passing

Although the margin is close, Sno-Isle Libraries officials are "cautiously optimistic" that their April 24 proposed library levy measure has passed. As of April 26, 50.46 percent of voters in...

 

Marysville holds annual Shred-A-Thon

Marysville residents stopped by downtown on April 28 to shred and recycle their documents as part of the city's annual Shred-A-Thon. The event, put on by the city of Marysville and various community...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    May 2, 2018

M-P hosts 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic

The Marysville-Pilchuck track and field team welcomed eight teams to the 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic, including the Marysville Getchell Chargers on April 28. The Tomahawks earned a second-place...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    May 2, 2018

Eagles battle for victory over Chargers

The Arlington girls tennis team welcomed the Marysville Getchell Chargers to their home courts on April 27. Throughout the day, both teams battled back and forth with a handful of hard fought...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    May 2, 2018

M-P golfers defeat Arlington

The Arlington girls golf team welcomed the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks to Gleaneagle Golf Course on April 24. Both teams got off to strong starts on hole one, but the Tomahawks played the course...

 

Needle Clean-Up Kit, disposal program expands

Since rolling out the free needle clean-up kit program in September 2017, over 800 kits have been distributed by the Snohomish Health District. These kits have ensured the safe and proper disposal of more than 10,000 syringes. Starting April 25 ...

 

Summer Health Fair set for May 19

Many local health organizations will be available for information and a 5K family fun run will be held at the Spring into Summer Health Fair this May. The fair, which is sponsored by Skagit Regional Health and the Stillaguamish Tribe, will be held...

 

How to maximize your healthy habits

If you have been working to improve your health habits, why not get the most out of that effort. Everyone loves to get more bang for their buck, so why not apply that to your health as well. Hydrate...

 

Marysville fishing derby returns May 5

Local children will be able to cast their lines and reel in fish at Jennings Park during the Marysville Fishing Derby on May 5. The city hosts the free event at the park at 6915 Armar Road and the...

 

Conversations with Cops help students connect with police

High school students are learning a lot about Arlington Police thanks to a community-oriented police outreach program. The Arlington Police Department has started a program called "Conversations with...

 

Sunnyside Elementary hosts STEAM Fair

Sunnyside Elementary students experimented with robots, built structures and bridges, and learned about science during their first STEAM Fair. The April 25 event took place through the entire day and...

 

Preparing students for their future

With the last day of school quickly approaching, we recognize the important role we all play in preparing our local students for their futures. Families, nonprofit and service groups, cultural organizations, city, school district and other...

 

Working hard to make it 'your Marysville Strawberry Festival'

Heart and Soul — that is what the Board of Directors and volunteers of Maryfest Inc. are putting into restarting the organization and improving the Marysville Strawberry Festival. After over a year of turmoil and indecision, we are back stronger...

 

Arlington planning future of its roads

The city of Arlington has begun to make a master plan for how their future streets should look for commuters, bikers and pedestrians as the community grows. As part of this effort they met with local...

 

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 elect one to run in...

 
 By Sarah Arney    Communities    May 2, 2018

Council considers variety of issues

Arlington City Council met April 23 to review the launch of an initiative that started during its spring retreat in March. The city is proposing changing the design guidelines for historic downtown Arlington to standards, which means the guidelines...

 

The simple joys of gardening

It's a good thing I am easily pleased, it doesn't take much to make me happy - especially when I am working in the garden. Take this last week for example. Like most of us, I just tried to cram four...

 

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