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Articles from the May 13, 2015 edition

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Rep. Larsen looks at STEM in Arlington

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen visited Arlington's Post Middle School and Haller Middle School to look at the STEM opportunities for students in the local district. "STEM education has become much more...

 

Sierra Club counts train traffic

The Sierra Club of Snohomish County released this year's "Train Watch" numbers, indicating that 29 coal and 12 crude oil trains went through the county from April 19 to April 25. That would be an...

 

Arlington, Darrington compete in national community competition

The Darrington/Arlington community is one of 50 communities around the nation that have been accepted into the first round of the “America’s Best Communities” competition. This is the first time the three-year competition has been run, which...

 

Local events honor Memorial Day

Memorial Day falls on May 25 this year and the Marysville and Arlington American Legion Posts are holding events to commemorate the holiday and honor those who served. Marysville American Legion Post 178 in Marysville is honoring past and present...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    Sports    May 13, 2015

M-P wins Marysville City Championships

Once again, the Marysvile-Pilchuck boys reigned supreme in last week's Marysville City Championships, edging both Marysville Getchell and Grace Academy. The Lady Chargers won the girls championship. T...

 

Prep Roundup 5/13/15

Arlington Baseball: Arlington wrapped up its regular season last week with two wins over Everett to clinch the seventh seed in the district tournament. The Eagles fell to Shorewood by a score of 8-1 in the first round, and played a loser-out game...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    Sports    May 13, 2015

M-P softball wraps up season this week

If the mighty Everett Seagulls were to ever lose, it was last Friday. The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks jumped out to an early 3-1 lead, and looked poised to go the distance against the Wesco...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    Sports    May 13, 2015

Arlington soccer falls to Mavericks

Arlington had two chances to top Meadowdale last week, but came up just short in both attempts. The Eagles hosted the Mavericks last Wednesday in both teams' regular season finales, and Arlington got...

 

Students honored as Washington Scholars

The Washington Student Achievement Council recognized four Arlington High School students as Washington Scholars last month. The four students, Peter Chung, Tyler Kervella, James Piscioneri and...

 

Jankovic serves as page

Luke Jankovic, a freshman at Arlington High School, recently served as a page in the Washington House of Representatives. He was sponsored by Rep. Dan Kristiansen, R-Snohomish. Paging presents...

 

Impressive 'No Way To Treat A Lady' showing at Village Theatre

The inspiration behind ‘No Way To Treat A Lady’, the latest production now playing at the Village Theatre in Everett, comes from a small story in the newspaper, around the time of the Boston Strangler case, suggesting that there may have been...

 

AHS Jazz Band presents 'Swing into Spring'

The Arlington High School commons was transformed into a jazz club on May 8 and May 9 for the school's annual "Swing into Spring Dessert Dance." The concert is the "culminating project for the year...

 

M-P students honored as Students of the Month

Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Kendall McCoy and Ernest Adcock were recognized as April's Students of the Month for making their school a better place. The Marysville Soroptimist and...

 

An evening of jazz at BPAC

A renowned jazz pianist will play the grand piano at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center Friday, May 22, along with a six-time Grammy award winning baritone sax player in a concert presented by the...

 

Salmon harvest cut this year

Effects of climate change and the ongoing loss of salmon habitat came home to roost at this year’s tribal and state salmon fishing season setting process. The result was some of the most restrictive salmon fisheries ever seen in some areas. A...

 

Rants and Raves 5/13/15

RAVE: Hurray for the six evening performances of “Mary Poppins” that the M-PHS Drama Club presented for the fine city of Marysville and beyond. Some friends came from Missoula to see their MGHS granddaughter perform. Brian Kessler, Dale Ayotte an...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    May 13, 2015

Council considers vacating right-of-way

The city of Arlington has received a request from Twin City Foods for a street vacation of right-of-way on 67th Avenue NE at 210 S. West Street to facilitate the sale of the property. The proposed right-of-way vacation would “secure the current...

 

Dogwoods - A 'Coast-to-Coast' favorite

When I hear the word "dogwood" I am immediately transported back to a time in my life when I was living on the east coast in Virginia serving my country as a trumpet player in the 392nd Army Band. If...

 

Janice McIntyre

Janice Elaine (Thompson Peterson) McIntyre, 87, passed into a richly deserved peace April 13, 2015. An enduring matriarch, she ruled with a gentle hand. Born in Fargo, North Dakota, youngest of three, she moved to Washington during high school,...

 

Dorothy J. Adkins

In Memory of Dorothy J. Adkins. A gathering of friends and family will be held to honor the memory of Dorothy J. Adkins on Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at 1628 10th Street,...

 

Marjorie Christensen

Marjorie Christensen passed into the presence of her Savior, Jesus, on May 2, 2015. She was born in July 1921 and was preceded in death by her husband and the father of her children, Robert. Marjorie...

 

Helen M. Evans

Helen M. (Chandler) Evans of Lake Wenatchee, previously Arlington, was called home by our savior on May 3, 2015 in Leavenworth. Helen was born in Clear Lake, Wash. on January 15, 1926 to George...

 

Harold W. Goodrich

Harold W. Goodrich of Marysville, Wash. passed away on May 2, 2015. No services dates or times are currently scheduled....

 

William Paul Graber

William Paul Graber went home to be with his Lord on Saturday, May 2, 2015. Bill was born on February 9, 1939 in Monroe, Washington to William and Lily Graber. In 1967, Bill started his career in the...

 

Bonnie Mae Peck Hinton

Bonnie Mae Peck Hinton, 85, passed away May 3, 2015 in Everett, Wash. She was born to Rudie and Olive Thomsen May 25, 1929 in Arlington, Wash. Bonnie was a lifelong volunteer for numerous charities....

 

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