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Articles from the July 2, 2014 edition

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Communities offer summer activities, classes

Summer is the perfect time to experience new activities, learn a new skill and create lasting memories. Several community organizations offer free and low-cost options for enrichment this summer....

 

AAC sponsors pet photo contest

Facebook isn't the only place you can share photos of your adorable pets. Arlington Arts Council is kicking off a Pet Photo Community Art Contest during the downtown Fourth of July parade with a...

 

Rotarian honored with Paul Harris award

Kay Smith, member of Marysville Sunrise Rotary, was recently awarded the Paul Harris Fellow Award for exceptional service to her club and community. Smith has lived in Marysville for 50 years, served...

 

The cost of war remains high

So there they were. A few days from the beginning of what had always been. A bunch of farmers, fisherman, local politicians and everyone else who makes up a population. They were tired of watching a...

 

The to-do list for July

By July most of us have finished our planting and it is time to maintain what we have and do a little editing and tweaking. It is perfectly fine to continue to plant and I highly recommend doing just...

 
 By Outlook Staff    Business    July 2, 2014

Compost company earns environmental award

On June 26, Cedar Grove Composting received a Green Apple award in the category of ‘business and school partnership’ by E3 Washington for its strategic and innovative partnerships with schools. E3 Washington focuses on three key issues: education...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    News    July 2, 2014

Fireworks laws aimed at safety

With the Fourth of July just around the corner, local officials and fire departments want to be sure you know when it’s legal to buy fireworks, and what kinds of fireworks are not allowed. Inside Marysville city limits, current laws state that...

 
 By Norm Nunnally    Opinion    July 2, 2014

Grain drying facility served a need

For the last decade, that I am aware of, in Snohomish County, the county has been encouraging the increase in production of wheat and small grains, both organic and non-organic. In conjunction with the economic development council they went so far...

 

Host an exchange student for the school year

Visiting students, ages 15-18, from around the world--including Germany, Spain, Switzerland, and Thailand--are seeking host families in and around Marysville for the upcoming 2014-2015 academic school year. Host families are needed for the fall...

 

New water attraction open at Comeford Park

With the sun beaming down, more than 30 water jets and cannons sprayed a swarm of Marysville kids at Comeford Park on June 26 at the grand opening of the city's new downtown spray park. A spray park...

 

Marysville citizens do their part to fight cancer

Marysville community members took part in the 2014 Relay for Life on June 28 and June 29, a 24-hour long national relay event that helps raise millions every year for cancer research. Last Saturday,...

 

State officials prepare for child protection of marijuana rollout

The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) will issue the state’s first retail marijuana licenses on July 7 and state officials are preparing for that first wave with awareness campaigns to keep users safe and prevent the drug from reaching...

 

Soroptimist and local business supporter honored

For her support of Marysville women and girls, local Soroptimist leader Renae James was recognized on June 23 with the 2014 May Marysville Volunteer of the Month award. "Renae is one of those...

 

Marysville looks at upcoming and future transportation projects

Marysville officials want to put around $34 million into local transportation improvements next year and $250 million long-term, according to their Transportation Improvement Plan. The plan, approved by the city council during the June 23 meeting,...

 

Roy Robinson splits its dealerships

Roy Robinson Subaru opened its new facility in Tulalip last weekend with a grand opening for the community to see the dealership on June 28 and June 29. The new facility is just off of I-5 in south...

 

Christie Ann Arbaugh

Christie Ann Arbaugh passed away on June 12, 2014, at her home in Grand Coulee, Wash. She was born to Lloyd (Nick) and Angeline Nicholson on January 5, 1958. She was raised in Arlington, Wash. and...

 

Billy Ray Dishman

August 26, 1935 - June 11, 2014 Bill was born in Statesville, N.C. to the late Harvey Lee and Geneva Dishman. At the age of seventeen, with a desire to see the world, Bill eagerly enlisted in the Navy...

 

Charlotte A. Jackson

Charlotte A. Jackson, 81, of Arlington passed peacefully June 25, 2014, following a lengthy and courageous battle with brain cancer. She died as she led her life: quietly and in control. Born October...

 

2014 Arlington Festivals

A special publication focusing on the summer festivals in and around Arlington, including the 4th of July, Arlington Street Fair, Arlington Fly-In, Stillaguamish Festival of the River, and the...

 

James Raymond Joyce

James Raymond Joyce passed peacefully from this life to the next on June 9, 2014. He came into this world on July 10, 1940 in Everett, the third of five sons born to Lucille McKinney and Raymond...

 

Beverly Jean Kelley Kantner

Beverly Jean Kelley Kantner was born December 1, 1929 in Richland County, Missouri and died April 14, 2014 in Arlington, Wash. She lived with her husband, Ben, who passed away in 2008, in Lynnwood, Wash., for over 50 years. Beverly volunteered for...

 

Ray L. Ohlemeier

Ray L. Ohlemeier, 80, passed away June 25, 2014 in Arlington, Wash. He was born to Bertold and Ethel Ohlemeier October 9, 1933 in McCracken, Kan. After graduating from McCracken High School in 1951,...

 

Vivian E. Reece

Vivian E. Reece, 80, of Arlington, passed June 22, 2014, at her home surrounded by family. Vivian was born December 17, 1933, to her parents, Jim and Inga Fure, at their home in Stanwood. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister,...

 

James E. Stutzman Jr.

James Stutzman, 56, of Arlington, Wash. died June 7, 2014 as the result of a motor vehicle accident. His life will be celebrated the way he would want, a gathering in August is being planned by his family and friends. Location to be...

 

Stanley L. Swanson

Stanley Swanson passed away peacefully and surrounded by his family on June 24, 2014. He was born on May 13, 1943 to Robert and Sherelee Swanson. He graduated from Marysville High School in 1961 and joined the Navy that same year. Stanley worked for...

 

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