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Articles from the June 14, 2017 edition

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Fireworks ban now in effect in Marysville

This is the first year that Marysville's fireworks ban will be in place, but even those who reside in Arlington or in unincorporated Snohomish County should know the laws around discharging fireworks for this Fourth of July. Marysville The fireworks...

 

Show & Shine Car Show fills Arlington's Olympic Avenue

Cars lined Olympic Avenue in Arlington as the Downtown Arlington Business Association presented their 18th annual Show & Shine Car Show. The June 10 car show brought more than 250 cars to downtown Arlington. The highest total the Downtown...

 

Community gets to tour new M-PHS Commons

Locals were invited to see the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Commons on June 10 and check out the school's newest addition. The Marysville School District held an open house at the new Commons and Cafeteria building. "We wanted the public to have...

 

Marysville police raise funds for food bank, Special Olympics

The Marysville Police Department helped raise funds for the local Special Olympics and the Marysville Community Food Bank with a garage sale on June 10. The department usually chooses to focus on a couple of charities for their efforts, said Leslie...

 

Shooting in M'ville results in homicide, suspect arrested

Marysville police responded to a shooting in the 4500 block of 73rd Place NE, contacted a 59-year-old male, and took him into custody without incident for murder in the second degree and assault in the first degree. Shortly after 5 p.m.,on June 11, Marysville officers responded to the 500 block of...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 14, 2017

Berry Run kicks off Strawberry Festival

The 2017 Marysville Strawberry Festival Berry Run was held at the Tulalip Reservation Amphitheatre, on the morning of June 10, and kicked off Marysville's annual summer festival. Over the decades of tradition, the Strawberry Festival has grown and me...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 14, 2017

Volleyball Ultimate Sports Camp set for June 26-29

With school coming to an end and the warm weather starting to roll in, a lot of parents are trying to figure out how to keep their kids active while having fun. All summer long the Marysville Department of Parks, Culture and Recreation will be...

 

Arts & Tech recognizes outstanding seniors

Marysville Arts and Technology High School recognized their graduating seniors during their Senior Awards Night on June 8. The night honors students who have been a part of their senior class, achieved academic success or received scholarships. The...

 

Local strawberries ready for picking at Biringer Farm

A cool, soaking wet winter didn't stop local strawberries from ripening on time, and berries are ripe for the picking at Biringer Farm where the Farm Market and Berry Barn are now open. The past six months have been what news reports say are some of...

 

Grace Academy Graduation

Grace Academy held its graduation for the Class of 2017 on June 3....

 

Tickets now on sale for Rotary's Duck Dash

Tickets for the Great Stilly Duck Dash are now on sale and help raise funds for a number of community organizations this year. Arlington Rotary releases hundreds of rubber ducks into the Stillaguamish River on the Fourth of July for a race. Each...

 

Soroptimists award scholarships

The Soroptimist International of Marysville gave out scholarships to 11 local women students this year at their annual awards breakfast on June 6. The $1,500 scholarships are one of the main ways that the Soroptimists serve the community. Recipients...

 

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 that week's issue. To submit a photo, please send...

 

AHS students compete at DECA conference

Arlington High School DECA students competed at the international conference last month in Anaheim and placed well in their categories. Senior Edward Radion earned fourth in Financial Consulting. Senior Alexandria Crandall placed in the top 15 for...

 

Tuomisto is new assistant principal

The Arlington Public Schools' Board of Directors confirmed the selection of Leslie Tuomisto as a new assistant principal of Arlington High School during their regular board meeting on May 22. Tuomisto has served as an Administrative Intern and...

 

Openings on M'ville Civil Service, Salary commissions

Are you a Marysville resident who wants to serve your community? The city is accepting applications to fill openings on its Civil Service Commission and Salary Commission.  To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume by June 30 to April O’Brien, Deputy City Clerk, City of Marysville, 1047...

 

Accountability matters for Water and Treaty Rights

Do you make sure you have enough money in your bank account before writing a check for a big purchase? Of course. That's what responsible people do to avoid trouble down the road. You would think that kind of common-sense thinking would be supported...

 

Council nixes high density on Highland Drive

Last Monday, Arlington City Council listened to members of the community around Highland Drive and voted against an increase to density on 2 acres along Highland Drive near Stillaguamish Avenue. The surrounding property is already zoned high density. An increase in density on land north of the...

 

How to become a green thumb gardener

I have often thought about what it is about some people that makes them good gardeners and what it is about others that makes them just the opposite. Like child prodigies, some individuals are just gifted with the talents required to allow them to...

 

DABA names 'Found It' Business of the Month

The Downtown Arlington Business Association, DABA, announced at the members' meeting on June 7, a monthly "business of the month" to highlight local businesses.  It is called 'Yabba DABA Do" business of the  month.   The first business selected...

 

Maynard E. Holttum

Maynard E. Holttum, age 71, of Marysville, passed away June 3, 2017, at Providence Regional Hospital in Everett. Maynard is survived by his loving wife Leona M. Holttum, and three daughters. Maynard is also survived by his stepmother Janet Holttum,...

 

Rosemary Elizabeth Belcher

Rosemary Elizabeth Belcher, 91, of Marysville, passed away May 31, 2017. Rosemary was born April 7, 1926 in St. Louis, Missouri to William and Veronica Salma. Rosemary married her late husband Lee Ray Belcher in St. Louis and was married for 58...

 

Donald K. Weiss

Donald "Don" Weiss Sr. passed away peacefully at home on June 5, 2017 in Marysville, WA. Don was born in Seattle, WA on April 4, 1936 and grew up in Cashmere, WA. After enlisting in the Marines at the age of 17, he fought in the Korean War and was...

 

Patricia Ann Obey

Our beloved mother, Patricia Ann Obey, born in London, England on the same day of the evacuation of Dunkirk, May 27, 1940, passed away on May 30, 2017, to be reunited with our father, James Obey and our brother, Martin Obey. She is survived by her...

 

Dorothy J. Harper

Dorothy J. Harper, 89, passed away on May 25, 2017, in Everett, WA. Dorothy lived in Marysville, WA, most of her life. She is fondly remembered by many for her time owning and running Mom's Drive Inn. Dorothy is preceded in death by her husband,...

 

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