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Articles from the June 11, 2014 edition

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 By Sarah Arney    News    June 11, 2014

Hearing planned for 172nd St. design

A public hearing was held June 2 on a proposal to repeal an ordinance defining design standards for 172nd Street NE, from 43rd Avenue to SR 9. Public Works Director Jim Kelly proposed changing the vision for 172nd Street, to bring it up to current...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 11, 2014

County council gives regional manufacturing a boost

The public hearing held before the Snohomish County Council last Wednesday was one of those rare events at which all the comments heard were in favor of the proposal being discussed. The subject of the hearing was the proposal, spearheaded by...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 11, 2014

Stedman takes on top public safety post

In response to a key recommendation in the Matrix Consulting Group's recent study focused on the Arlington police department, fire chief Bruce Stedman has been named the city's Public Safety...

 

Summer Lemon Cookies

Summer is just around the corner and as the days heat up, these cookies are the perfect pairing with iced tea or a cold glass of fresh squeezed lemonade. Enjoy! Summer Lemon Cookies 1 pound soft...

 

Summer is coming, time to get out the hoses

This is my annual column on proper watering habits and it is interesting to me that last year I wrote this same column the second week of July. Hopefully that means that we are going to have a long...

 

Summer fun just getting started

I'm getting much better about finding my way around the streets of Everett. For several years the Stilly Singers have taken advantage of the summer pianos that are placed on city streets there. We...

 

High school diplomas for veterans

During the years of World War II, the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War, young men gave up their high school careers in order to serve their country. As this year’s graduation ceremonies take place, the Marysville School District reminds...

 

Opening weekend for Strawberry Festival

This Saturday marks the start of the 2014 Strawberry Festival activities in Marysville with events planned to put a smile on your face and the wind beneath your feet. Saturday morning, June 14, head...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    News    June 11, 2014

Arlington celebrates 67th Avenue completion

A 14-year project finally came to an end last weekend, as the City of Arlington celebrated the completion of the final phase of its 67th Avenue improvement project. "It's been a long time coming," Arl...

 

Volunteers help put finishing touches on playground

Linda Byrnes and Ben Cartwright carry more sod to be placed at the Rotary Playground in Haller Park Saturday, just in time for the sod to settle in before Arlington's Fourth of July celebration in...

 

Classic cars shine in Arlington

With more than 70 classic car entries pre-registered for the June 14 event, the Downtown Arlington Business Association's annual car show, the Show 'n Shine, is shaping up to be the most successful...

 

Commencement at Weston High School

Class speakers Hannah Maris (left) and Jacob Allen (right)....

 
 By Outlook Staff    Schools    June 11, 2014

Arlington Rotary honors students

The Rotary Club of Arlington announced its Outstanding Students for the month of May during a recent meeting. Students honored were awarded a voucher for a $50 donation to a non-profit group or organi...

 

Local bowlers represent Snohomish County in All-Star tournament

The high school bowling season may be over, but a few local youngsters aren't about to hang up their bowling shoes or wrist braces for the summer. Snohomish County sent four teams to a state-wide, Uni...

 
 By Outlook Staff    Schools    June 11, 2014

Arlington High School Class of 2014

A total of 315 students graduated from Arlington High School this past week, and seven students were recognized as valedictorians. These seven maintained a 4.0 grade-point average while balancing a...

 

Service club awards scholarships

Bright and early last Tuesday morning, Soroptimist International of Marysville held an awards ceremony, presenting $17,500 in awards and scholarships to 10 local students. All year long, Marysville...

 
 By Outlook Staff    Schools    June 11, 2014

Local student heads to West Point

Sam Galbreath, a senior at Marysville's Grace Academy, has received an appointment to the Class of 2018 at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He plans to pursue combat arms in the...

 

Art makes city shine

Editor, I live in Marysville, but frequently visit Arlington. Driving from one city to the other is a bit like traveling from Hwy. 99 in Lynnwood to downtown Edmonds. Arlington has embraced the arts in its community. City leaders and staff members wo...

 
 By Melva Walser    Opinion    June 11, 2014

Thanks for help with vagrants

Editor, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Senator Patty Murray, Mayor John Nehring, Code Enforcement Officer Paul Rochon, City Administrator Gloria Hirashima, and NexLevel Realty agents Paul Wells and Scott, along with ROC Legal team...

 

Tragedy strikes again

Once again, a disturbed individual armed with a deadly weapon has shattered the peace of an entire college campus and taken the life of a young person whose potential will never be known. This...

 

Marysville starts off a healthy summer

To start off an active summer, hundreds of Marysville kids came out to the city's Healthy Communities Challenge Day on June 7. Healthy Communities is a Marysville community initiative meant to...

 

Tribal officials discuss river habitat after landslide

Stillaguamish tribal leaders discussed the Oso landslide's impact on salmon and other conservation efforts on June 6 when U.S. Congressman Rick Larsen visited the tribe. In the upcoming years the Oso...

 

Arts and Tech receives state attention for work with at-risk youth

Marysville Arts and Technology High School recently received state attention for their work with at-risk and special needs students and will be making a presentation in front of a state task force soon on the issue. Principal Terri Kaltenbach...

 

Getchell students create sustainable community garden

Green leaves are peeking out through the compost and rows of dirt in Marysville Getchell High School's new community garden, a sustainability project created by students and located just in front of...

 

Rabbits, wallabies and goats come to Marshall Elementary

Marshall Elementary students didn't have to go to the zoo because it came to them on June 5, when they were visited by the traveling petting zoo from Animal Encounters. This is the second year that...

 

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