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Articles from the June 20, 2018 edition

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Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

Thousands of visitors and locals participated in this year's Strawberry Festival, enjoying rides at the carnival, perusing the market and watching the Grand Parade, among other activities. The...

 

AHS celebrates Class of 2018

More than 300 Arlington High School students celebrated completing high school at the school's Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on June 14. Many speakers appreciated the variety of accomplishments...

 

M-P's Class of 2018 honored

Hundreds of students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School got their diploma during the school's graduation on June 13. The students in the school's Class of 2018 had to endure more than most because...

 

MG's Class of 2018 celebrate graduation

Marysville Getchell High School seniors took their first steps as graduates on June 13 at the school's Commencement Ceremony. Students walked across the stage at the Angels of the Winds Arena and for...

 

Students help out at Mother Nature's Window

Students from Marysville Getchell High School's Environmental Club are helping to clear trail and remove invasive species at Mother Nature's Window. Since early May, members of the club have spent...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 20, 2018

Cougar Mamas will take on Lake Stevens

The Lakewood Cougar Mamas are getting ready for another season of Powder Puff football. This season, Lakewood has scheduled their game against the Lake Stevens Valkyries on Friday, June 29, at 6 p.m....

 

Arlington Aces prepare for new season

The Arlington Aces Adult Recreational Baseball League has started to prepare for the next season of Aces baseball. After last season, the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department let go of the...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 20, 2018

AHS track and field offers summer camp

With the school year ending and summer gearing up, Arlington High School Track and Field will debut their first-ever summer camp. The camp will be a three-day experience from Thursday, July 12, to Saturday, July 14, from 3 – 5:30 p.m. at the...

 

Fashion Show raises funds for scholarships

Local community members showed off a variety of clothes at the Strawberry Festival's annual Fashion Show on June 12. The luncheon helps fund the scholarships that Maryfest provides to the Strawberry...

 

Performers shine at festival Talent Show

Seattle de Sitare, brought their Punjabi Bhangra dance and a chance to display their culture, to the Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show. Two dance teams, one of a dozen girls and another with...

 

Berries not only taste good, they're good for your health

One of my favorite things about summer is berry season. Growing up in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, I have fond summer memories of braving "jaggers," bugs, and snakes for the sweet reward of...

 

Students learn science, engineering at Mars Day

Haller Middle School students built makeshift solar panels, programmed robots, created aquaponics, and more as part of their second annual 'Mars Day' on June 14. Sixth-graders at the school got to...

 

Council considers changes to dwelling ordinance

On Monday, June 18, the Arlington City Council was scheduled to vote to approve a sole source resolution for pump repairs at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Four pumps installed in 2010 need repair at a cost of $40,000 and only one company provides...

 

Tribes celebrate the return of salmon

Every spring and summer, many tribes throughout the region celebrate the return of the salmon and the beginning of salmon fishing season. My tribe, the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, holds a First...

 

The 87th Strawberry Festival was enjoyed by thousands

Hello Marysville and welcome to “The Berry Patch.” It is hard to believe, but the 87th Marysville Strawberry Festival is now in the history books as they say. A successful and enjoyable event was enjoyed by thousands. The success of the Festival...

 

Make room for perennial lobelias

There is nothing about gardening that can be considered “one and done” — many tasks repeat themselves throughout the seasons. Pruning happens multiple times as does weeding, but the best task...

 

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