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Strawberry Festival kicks off on June 9

The Marysville Strawberry Festival will return with a parade and its main festivities on June 16 and will have events running from June 9 to 17. The festival is kicked off with the Berry Run on June...

 

New stage dedicated in Legion Park

Arlington's Legion Park now has a new stage that bands will be able to play at for downtown events and it was built largely through community and volunteer efforts. Community members gathered at the...

 

Challenge Day connects families to healthy options

Marysville kids climbed the rock wall and kicked soccer balls while learning about local healthy activities for the summer at the Healthy Communities Challenge Day. This year's event was held on June...

 

Fireworks banned in M'ville, fine increases

Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries in the first year of a citywide fireworks ban, the city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District once again remind residents that...

 

Native American students honored

Native American fifth-graders in the Marysville School District gathered at the Hibulb Cultural Center on May 31 to celebrate their elementary school graduation. Parents, school district officials...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 6, 2018

Lumber Kings defeat Titans 10-0

The Stilly-Klein Lumber Kings took on the Stilly-Filori Titans in the second round of the Little League Baseball 2018 Arlington Invitational on June 2. The first inning started out slow for both...

 

Tomamamas prepare to hit gridiron

The Marysville Charging Tomamamas are getting ready for their 8th annual Powder Puff Football game that will be played on Saturday, June 23, beginning at 6 p.m. This year the Tomamamas will be taking...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 6, 2018

Athletes compete in multi events championships

Local athletes competed in the 48th annual Dennis McDonald Multi Events State Championships on June 1-2. Arlington contributed the most local athletes as they had five boys and three girls compete in...

 

May's rabid bat stats highest in 20 years

Since May 1, four bats found in Washington have tested positive for rabies, the highest number identified in the state in the month of May since 1998. The Washington State Department of Health...

 

Looking at some of the newer, unique health trends

It seems every day there is a new trend in health and wellness. With so many new products on the market and "hot" new health trends it's difficult to know what is worth your valuable time and money...

 

Show 'n Shine rolls back into Arlington

Olympic Avenue in Arlington will likely be filled with cars and hot rods as the annual downtown Show 'n Shine Car Show returns for its 19th year this June. The event will be held on June 9 and is put on by the Downtown Arlington Business Association...

 

M'ville museum celebrates anniversary

The Marysville Historical Society celebrated their museum's first anniversary as well as dedicated a new exhibit on the founders and origins of the town of Marysville on June 3. The event celebrated t...

 

Free cleanup helps residents dispose of unwanted items

Arlington's 2018 Spring Cleanup Event will help local residents get rid of their refrigerators, freezers and many kinds of electronics on June 9. The free service is available to residents who bring one of this year's city water/sewer billing...

 

Online crime reporting available

Arlington locals can now report some crimes online, particularly property crimes, because of a new internet tool at mycrimereport.us. The website is a project between multiple law enforcement departments around Snohomish County, and was launched as...

 

Festival, community loses good friend, supporter

It is with deep sadness that I write this tribute for Ken Coole, a true supporter of over thirty years to the Marysville Strawberry Festival and the Marysville community. I met Ken and his brother Walt, at the first Seattle Seafair Parade the...

 

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...

 

Council considers new position in planning and development

After discussion at the May 29 council workshop meeting, council was expected to vote on Monday, June 4, to approve an employment agreement with Jonathan Ventura as police chief, an appointment by the mayor that must be approved by council. Also...

 

June is a great month to be gardening

June is a fabulous month to be gardening in the northwest. The soils have warmed up adequately and the air temp is very pleasant. There's lots of daylight, so we can get out after work and still get...

 

2018 Strawberry Festival guide

2018 Strawberry Festival guide...

 

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