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Articles from the June 17, 2015 edition

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M-PHS seniors celebrate graduation

Marysville-Pilchuck High School students celebrated their memories of the past four years during the Class of 2015's Commencement Ceremony on June 10. The high school had 244 graduates receive their d...

 

Show & Shine draws more than 300 cars

The 16th annual Show and Shine Car Show in downtown Arlington on June 13 had more cars than it's ever had. "We exceeded what we were hoping for," said Mike Britt, president of the Downtown Arlington B...

 

Tulalip Tribes file suit to defend right to tax tribal economic development

The Tulalip Tribes and its political subdivision, the Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village, filed suit on June 12 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington asking the Court to permanently enjoin the State of Washington...

 

MG Class of 2015 celebrates graduation

The 265 graduates of Marysville Getchell reflected on their departure from the school and how connected they had become as a class during their commencement ceremony on June 10. "When we came to...

 

M'ville claims Tournament of Champions

They faced long odds last week in the Tournament of Champions, but the Marysville Mustangs climbed out of the consolation bracket to win the District One Majors Tournament of Champions at Quake Field...

 

Stilly Valley falls short in Strawberry Tourney

It was too little, too late for the Stilly Valley Blue Steal. Stilly Valley scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning last week in the championship game of the Strawberry Tournament, but the...

 

Beamer overall winner in 2015 Berry Run

One sure-fire sign that the Strawberry Festival is underway in Marysville is the annual running of the Berry Run. This year, as has been the case in years past, fun and healthy lifestyles were promoted in the beautiful spring sunshine, and the event...

 

Relay for Life comes to Arlington, Marysville

Both the Arlington and Marysville Tulalip Relay for Life, which raise money for the American Cancer Society, will be held this month. Arlington Relay for Life The Arlington Relay for Life will be...

 

Sno. Co. YMCA honors outstanding volunteers

The YMCA of Snohomish County honored its outstanding policy, program, youth, and financial development volunteers at a special recognition breakfast June 10 at the Everett Golf & Country Club. This community event honors the wonderful contribution...

 

A fun time for all at Kids Day in the Park

Kids Day in the Park on June 13 helped to kickoff this year's Strawberry Festival with a morning and afternoon of activities for kids. Marysville youth could participate in gymnastics exercises,...

 

Strawberry Festival events continue through Sunday

The Marysville Strawberry Festival’s main festivities, including the grand parade, will take place this week and this weekend, between June 18 and 21. The festival’s talent show, carnival, market, grand parade and fireworks show all happen in the...

 

Advance seating placement restricted along Strawberry Festival parade route

Spectators anxious to stake out the best seat along the Strawberry Festival parade route can begin placing their chairs at 5 p.m. Friday, June 19. This is a change from previous years, when residents placed seating several days in advance. At the...

 
 By Emyly Hall    Schools    June 17, 2015

Smith joins Lakewood School Board

The Lakewood School District welcomed its newest board member, Jahna Smith, at the May 27, 2015 Board meeting. Smith was appointed to replace David Kiefer, who recently resigned from the board, as Dir...

 

Arlington outlines transportation projects

The city of Arlington’s Public Works director Jim Kelly outlined the city’s current and upcoming projects involving transportation during a recent presentation. Kelly gave the presentation on June 9 at a Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of...

 

Don't leave pets in cars

Marysville police have a simple message for community members this summer: just leave your pets at home if you're going to the store. Police officials are urging locals to avoid taking your pet with...

 

Arlington Library offers activities

The Arlington Library is offering a variety of activities for teens and adults. Teens Mystery Night at the Library: "The Superhero Mystery" (Afterhours) Solve the mystery and win prizes, but be...

 

Silvana Fair returns July 25

Summer is here, and no doubt parents will be hearing “I’m bored” all too soon. An easy and fun way to keep the kids occupied and entertained is to have them create a project to enter in the local fairs. Fair season kicks off in Snohomish...

 

Marysville Library hosts author, offers housing rental class

Meet the Author: D. G. Nelson Oregon author Dianne Nelson will read from her novel “At Dobson’s Crossroads” at the Marysville Library on Saturday, July 11, beginning at 2:30 p.m. Taking place during World War II, this first book in the Bethany...

 
 By Scott Frank    Opinion    June 17, 2015

Summer heating up with trio of events

Summer fun in North Snohomish County is heating up with a trio of annual festivals which feature a wide variety of activities that will be enjoyed by people of all ages. Marysville’s 2015 Strawberry Festival kicks off the summer fun this week....

 

Rants & Raves 6/17/15

RANT: Is it just me or do all contractors not show up or even call when they said they would be at your house. What do they teach at Contracting school? How to make your customers unhappy ... let me give the rest of you contractors out there a hint...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    June 17, 2015

Comp plan, street vacation focus of Arlington City Council hearings

At the June 15 Arlington City Council meeting, two public hearings were scheduled: One on the vacation of a 67th Avenue right-of-way and another on the 2015 comprehensive plan update. The right-of-way vacation at Twin City Foods has been discussed by...

 

Arlington Garden Club installs officers, presents awards

The Arlington Garden Club held its final meeting of the 2014/2015 business year on June 8 at the Gleneagle Family Restaurant. The theme for the June Fling was “Country” and the members decorated tables and dressed according to their...

 

This is how to plant in summer

Now that the summer weather has arrived it never fails that someone will ask the perennial question: "Can I still plant now or should I wait until the fall?" For the record, as a landscape contractor...

 

Andrew Jacob Baskins

Andy, 37, of Marysville, Wash., passed away early morning on June 3, 2015 from injuries caused by a fatal car accident. Andy was a loving father and leaves behind his two greatest loves, his son,...

 

Rachel Mae Brewster

Rachel Mae Brewster was born December 18, 1980, to Luwana Mae Brewster and Barry Johnson. She unexpectedly passed on May 31, 2015. She is now resting in her mother's arms in heaven. A celebration of...

 

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