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Articles from the May 21, 2013 edition

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Holiday traditions change, but not the reason

Another three-day weekend is coming up. If the weather is good, picnics and family gathering will be everywhere. Homemade fried chicken and potato salad will be replaced by KFC and the local deli...

 

Random thoughts for May

May is such a busy month that it is always hard for me to focus on any single subject. So many plants are coming into bloom that it will make your head spin. The weeds and the bugs are also building...

 

Arlington man sings at Carnegie Hall

Joel Hoback, an Arlington resident, recently performed at Carnegie Hall with Seattle Children’s Chorus and ended up being part of the top-rated choir at the festival. Joel is a 20-year-old who...

 

'Methow Meadows' selected for Art at the Barn poster

In a competition among members of Arlington Arts Council, Vicki Johnson's "Methow Meadow" was selected to be featured on the poster for the 10th annual Art at the Barn in Oso show that is...

 

Ceremonies for Memorial Day

Memorial Day serves as a national day of recognition for the country’s fallen soldiers and the local communities are hosting many efforts that honor those soldiers in recognition of the day....

 

Relay for Life paints Marysville purple

Purple balloons were out on Marysville’s State Avenue along with many fundraising Relay for Life teams from May 17 to May 19. The efforts were part of ‘Paint the Town Purple,’ a...

 

Volunteer of the Month has helped spread awareness of human trafficking

For her work leading the Marysville Soroptimists’ efforts to combat local human sex trafficking, Elaine Hanson was recognized as the City of Marysville’s May Volunteer of the Month during...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    May 21, 2013

Best Western Hotel coming to Arlington

Permits have been issued for a new four-story, 100-room hotel in Arlington. The Best Western, owned by N&P Corporation of Bellevue, will be located at 3721-172nd Street and will feature a...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 21, 2013

Koster’s council seat up for grabs

John Koster has represented District 1 on the Snohomish County Council for twelve years—three full terms, which makes him ineligible to run for the seat again this year. Five residents have...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    May 21, 2013

Arlington takes district softball title

Three highly ranked area softball teams boarded the district tournament roller coaster last week, and while two teams exited the ride, one remains seated in the front car. The Arlington Eagles were...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    May 21, 2013

District track meet offers tough competition

The competition was fierce in the 4A bi-district track championship on Friday, but the Arlington girls walked away champions, finishing just six points ahead of Inglemoor. Lyndsay Leatherman led the...

 

Lakewood and Marysville students honored for civic leadership

Two local students, Forrest Brown and Victoria Stefoglo, have been recognized for their positive contributions to the community and to their schools by the Comcast Foundation. The two students are amo...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    May 21, 2013

Local athletes vie in district tennis and golf championships

Getchell's doubles team of Sammy Wallace (at front of net) and Savaddy Lee (back) match against Daniella Brengelmann and Francesca O'Malley.   Tennis Marysville-Pilchuck's Savannah Pearce drew...

 
 By Garrett Clark    Schools    May 21, 2013

Students successfully lobby for new beacons

Walking home has become safer for students at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School, thanks to the installation of two new flashing school signs on 67th Ave NE. The solar-powered flashing yellow beacons...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Opinion    May 21, 2013

Busy life leads to blank pages

As I sit here looking at a blank page, it’s 11:00 on Sunday night. The Outlook gets sent off to our printer at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning, Monday, and I’ve still got a big hole where the Talk...

 
 By Peter Scougale    Opinion    May 21, 2013

Correction for Katie

Editor, I noticed that Katie Bourg was in error about the timing of the various possible scenarios for electing a new county executive in her most recent column. She indicated that she thought that an earlier resignation date by Aaron Reardon would...

 

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