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American roots music at the Byrnes Center

Marley's Ghost is a multi-talented group of musicians who have been making music together for 22 years. In that time, they have recorded nine albums and performed thousands of shows across the...

 

Avalanche disaster sets book's tone

Whiter Than SnowBy Sandra Dallas ($24.99, St. Martin's Press) On April 20, 1920, amid the endless snow of the little mining town of Swandyke, Colorado, an avalanche rushes down Jubilee Mountain. Nine...

 

'Enter Laughing' is sweet, funny and nostalgic

"Enter Laughing," a vintage-era comedy based on a semi-autobiographical book by funnyman Carl Reiner, will be presented at the Historic Everett Theatre for three weekends, May 7 through May 23, by...

 

Escapist fare offered by two recent releases

This issue, we'll take a look at a musical remake of a foreign classic and a unique star-studded comedy. Nine (PG-13, Now Available) Several years ago I took a class all about Italian film director Fe...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Business    May 5, 2010

Find affordable fashion in downtown Marysville

Patricia Schoonmaker knows fashion. As a clothing designer for Tommy Bahama and Indian Motorcycle Co., she spent years fabricating hip casual clothing. But when she and hubby Eric moved to Marysville...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Business    May 5, 2010

Voters choose Angel of the Winds again

For the second consecutive year, voters in KING5's "Evening Magazine" Best of Western Washington promotion chose Angel of the Winds as the number one casino. "We are proud and honored to receive this...

 

Treasures hold memories and more than a little dust

Spring brings out strange behavior patterns. I'm sitting and taking inventory of my living room. It's the almost-dark time of day. The sun has shone between showers, and April is trying to make up...

 

Whatever happened to spring?

So here we are, finally into the month of May with a ton of things to do and we are still wearing our turtlenecks and fleece vests. Whatever happened to spring? Remember back to March when it was...

 

Arlington women work together for weight loss success

Arlington's Eagle Mommas team members are Mary Broyles, Mandy Robinson, Brenda Weldon, Sherry Stormo, Mona Soltero (captain) and Diona Reis. The Arlington team that goes by the name Eagle Mommas poste...

 

Author's pets tell a story of friendship

Arlington author Maureen Frandsen holds the star of her new book, the Yorkie "Smidgun" at their home. Maureen Frandsen lives in a beautiful 100-year-old home set on several peaceful acres in rural...

 

Bike safety month focuses on helmet use

Spring has sprung and families are gearing up to enjoy the outdoors on their bikes. While inflating the tires and checking the brakes are important, a helmet is essential. Safe Kids Snohomish County and Marysville Fire District urge parents,...

 

Community pitches in for clean-up day

The cars just kept coming all morning to the parking lot at the Marysville Municipal Court on Saturday, April 24, as residents brough boxes of personal documents to be professionally shredded as part...

 

Dog park gets new trees

Volunteers from Marysville Dog Owners Group (M-DOG), Camp Fire USA and Puget Sound Energy (PSE) planted 13 fast-growing shade trees at the Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park on Saturday,...

 

Gospel quartet performs in Marysville

Marysville Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 12012-51st Ave. NE, will host the internationally acclaimed gospel quartet, King's Heralds, on Thursday, May 13, at 7 p.m. The King's Heralds have recorded...

 

Health, nutrition and fitness vendors sought for Healthy Communities event

The City of Marysville is seeking vendors interested in participating in the 2nd Annual Healthy Communities Challenge Day event, scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 5, at Allen Creek Elementary School, 65050-60th Drive NE. The free...

 

Kiwanis concert helps provide vocational scholarships

The community's most accomplished young musicians will entertain guests at a May 22 concert to help raise funds for the Kenneth J. Ploeger Kiwanis Memorial Scholarship. The concert event will take place at the M-PHS Auditorium, 5611-108th St.,...

 

Letter carriers collect food

The Marysville Community Food Bank is gearing up for one of its biggest donation events of the year-the annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive, set for Saturday, May 8. Food bank volunteers expect to...

 

M-PHS grad earns dairy crown

Emily Neff of Marysville will represent the local dairy industry over the next year after being named Dairy Ambassador at the Snohomish County Dairy Women's coronation banquet, held April 17 at the...

 

Talent show applications due

Time is running out to participate in the 2010 Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show, which will be held June 17 in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Auditorium beginning at 6 p.m. Deadline to...

 
 News    May 5, 2010

Allen Creek receives Earth Day facelift

About 150 people took part in an Earth Day celebration Saturday, April 24, at Jennings Park in Marysville. The event was hosted by the Allen Quilceda Watershed Action Team (AQWA) and sponsored by the Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund and the City of...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 5, 2010

Register for free job skills training

Job training and education classes at the Marysville Goodwill center teach basic skills, job-hunting techniques and even courses in citizenship requirements. The spring session at the center, located...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 5, 2010

Rookie paramedics get new training tool

New paramedics and EMTs with the Arlington Fire Department now have an advanced tool to help them train for medical emergencies. The City of Arlington Fire Department recently received a grant to...

 
 News    May 5, 2010

Summer publication schedule changes

To accommodate the distribution of the official Strawberry Festival program on June 10, North County Outlook's summertime publication schedule has been slightly modified. Following our bi-weekly schedule, the next issue of The Outlook will be mailed...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Schools    May 5, 2010

AHS jazz bands welcome spring

The Arlington High School jazz bands' annual Swing Into Spring Dessert Dance is set for Friday and Saturday, May 7 and 8, in the AHS Commons, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd. at 7 p.m. Jazz fans are invited...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Schools    May 5, 2010

Disappointment the word at Marysville schools

Marysville School District officials were left shaking their heads after a modest $32 million bond measure failed to gain voter approval April 27. The funds would have paid for replacement of Cascade...

 

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