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Articles from the May 28, 2014 edition

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 By Sarah Arney    News    May 28, 2014

New sign code based on neighborhood character, not land use

At the May 19 Arlington City Council meeting, the city adopted a new sign code long in the works. Presented by Paul Ellis of the Department of Community and Economic Development (CED), the new code is a complete revision of the city's current sign...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    May 28, 2014

Another round of grants for slide victims

At its May 6 meeting, the Board of Directors of Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation granted $597,734.92 for Oso landslide relief, mainly aimed for support of families and first responders. “We are focused on short term and emerging needs, and have...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 28, 2014

Guilty plea, 50-year sentence for Marysville man

Facing his third strike and an automatic life sentence if found guilty, Robert Kennedy pleaded guilty to seven felony charges, including theft and burglary, in the death of 82-year-old Arthur Schroeder in his Marysville mobile home in January 2013....

 

Arlington couple wins free Honda

Wayne and Marcia Smothers (left) are given the key to their 2013 Honda Fit by Honda of Marysville general manager Pete Smith on May 23. The Arlington couple recently won the car from the local...

 

County employees raise $50k for Oso victims

Snohomish County employees have come together to raise $50,714 to support Oso landslide victims and presented a check of $29,000 to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation on May 23. Snohomish County...

 

Local schools honored for academic progress

This year eight local schools received Washington Achievement Awards, which recognize their progress in improving their teaching and curriculum. The Washington Achievement Awards are given by the state’s Office of the Superintendent of Public...

 

Marysville student wins state civic award

Another Marysville student will take home a Daniel J. Evans Civic Education Award this year, an honor that only four winners across the state will receive. Kaitlyn Samaniego, a Marysville Getchell...

 

Arlington students put on benefit social for Oso

Hundreds of students were bustling around Post Middle School on May 22 as part of the Arlington and Darrington Oso Unity Social to benefit victims of the Oso mudslide. To enter the social, students...

 

Leland Preston Clark

Leland Preston Clark 83, of Marysville, Wash. passed away Monday, May 19, 2014. A memorial service will be held at Triway Grange Hall 3509 Seattle Hill Rd., Mill Creek, Wash. 98012 on Saturday, June 7, 2014, 1:00 p.m....

 

Byron Webster Donlevy

Beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Byron Webster Donlevy, 94, of Pinehurst, Idaho (formerly of Marysville, Wash.), passed away May 20, 2014 at Pacifica Senior Living of Pinehurst. He...

 

Ileen Fitzjarrald

In Loving Memory August 12, 1926 to May 2, 2014 Ileen Fitzjarrald 87, affectionately known as "Big I," was born August 12, 1926 in Smithfield, Utah. Ileen passed away peacefully at her daughter's...

 

Melvin Dale Helgeson, Sr.

February 5,1930 - May 12, 2014 Cherished husband, father, grandfather, friend, left to be reunited with his beloved wife of 56 years, Edith. Mel was born February 5, 1930, to parents Raymond and Mae...

 

Lila H. Hughes

Lila H. Hughes, 97, passed away May 13, 2014 at her home in Granite Falls, Wash. She was born to Ray and Esther Haskins February 18, 1917 in Arlington, Wash. After graduating from Arlington High Schoo...

 

Raymond Keith Kornegay

Raymond Kornegay passed away May 7, 2014 in Everett, Wash. A celebration of his life was held on May 18 in Marysville....

 

Sylvia May Miller

Sylvia May Miller, 77, passed away May 7, 2014 in Mount Vernon, Wash. She was born to Victor and Mary Gonzalez July 28, 1936 in San Francisco, Calif. Sylvia graduated from South San Francisco High School in 1955. She went on to a 35-year career in...

 

Dorothy E. Philipp and Angie Crawley

Dorothy Philipp and Angie Crawley, sisters-in-law and sisters-in-spirit passed away on March 14 and February 25, respectively. An honorary celebration of lives will be hosted by the Tulalip Tribes....

 

David Jay Snodgrass

David Jay Snodgrass, 30, of Everett, Wash. died approximately May 8, 2014. He was born to Ken and Marilynn Snodgrass, April 5, 1984, in Everett. David graduated from Lake Stevens High School in 2002...

 

Discipline doesn't necessarily mean spanking

Dear Ms. Davis, My husband and I are expecting our first child in the next few months. Recently we have been discussing our views on discipline and handling misbehavior of children. Both of us were...

 

Blooming shrubs keep the show going all summer long

Here we are in the last week of May and for the most part the glory of spring has faded away. The flowering cherries, plums, crab apples and magnolias have long since lost their glow and the rhodies...

 

Simple is best with Copper River salmon

The 2014 Copper River salmon run opened on May 15, which sparked the annual frenzy among local restaurants, chefs and consumers. Fish lovers will argue about which is better, some staunchly...

 

Arlington pooches help fight cancer

The American Cancer Society's biggest fundraiser, the Relay for Life, happens in June each year, but a recently-added event that includes man's (and woman's) best friend is set for Saturday, May 31,...

 

Charity auction supports mission fund

Mountain View Presbyterian Church hosts its third annual auction and dessert event on Saturday, May 31, at 6 p.m. at the church, 5115-100th St. NE, Marysville. With a "soda shoppe" theme, guests can...

 

Everett Clinic publishes procedure prices

Patients of The Everett Clinic can now see how much a brain MRI, chest X-ray or other imaging service will cost them before treatment. The clinic began listing prices for its most commonly used imaging services and procedures on its website last...

 

Action Sports celebrates 30 years

A lot has changed in the last 30 years. Gas prices have skyrocketed, presidents have come and gone, and the economy has ebbed and flowed. But one thing that hasn't changed? Rich Senff's reputation as...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    May 28, 2014

Powerful rainstorm results in flooding

City officials are calling the powerful rainstorm that hit Marysville late Sunday a 100-year event. The persistent rain system flooded neighborhoods and intersections and backed up storm drains, with...

 

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