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Articles from the July 4, 2018 edition

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Families have fun at Marysville's Splish Splash Summer Bash

The city of Marysville decided to kick off their children's concert series this year with a party at Comeford Park called the Splish Splash Summer Bash. The event was held on June 27 and brought...

 

Books on the Bus helps keep kids reading

Arlington kids have the opportunity to check out books again this summer from the Arlington School District's Books on the Bus program, which kicked off on June 27. Every Wednesday until Aug. 22 the...

 

Zackuse delivers State of the Tribes

Tulalip Tribal chairwoman Marie Zackuse talked about the Tribes' projects from the previous year and their plans for the future at her State of the Tribes address on June 29. Zackuse said that the Tri...

 

Marysville hopes to create vision for State Avenue

Marysville officials hope to build a plan for the future of State Avenue with community members over the summer and their first workshop was held June 26. The plan is meant to guide the future of one of the city’s primary streets as growth continue...

 

Fly-In comes to Arlington

Airshows, aircraft displays and balloon glows, among other activities, will return to the Arlington Airport this July as the Arlington Fly-In returns for its 50th year. The Fly-In is one of the largest aviation events in the state of Washington and...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 4, 2018

Eagles' Mamas fall to Spartan Moms 9-6

The Arlington Eagles' Mamas Powder Puff football team took on the Stanwood Spartan Moms on June 29. Throughout the first quarter both teams had trouble moving the ball on offense as each defense...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 4, 2018

Lakewood hosts volleyball camp

The Lakewood Cougar Volleyball Program and Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation came together for the 12th year of the Lakewood Volleyball Camp. The camp ran from Monday, June 25, to Thursday,...

 

How to prioritize your health

“If it’s important you will find a way, if not you will find an excuse.” Like the saying goes, if you do not prioritize your health sooner rather than later, it will become an issue as you age....

 

Glasair hosts students to build airplane

Arlington business Glasair Aviation helped New York students build a plane as part of a national aviation challenge from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. This is the sixth year that...

 

Family fun at outdoor movies

The city of Arlington’s Outdoor Movies series provides a night out for families with a film and begins this July. The first movie is on July 6 at the Arlington Fly-In and will be “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The Fly-In is at the Arlington...

 
 By Jim Strickland    Opinion    July 4, 2018

Teaching the Big Picture

Twenty-five years ago, my wife and I left Atlanta, Georgia, to drive across the country with a book called The 100 Best Small Towns in America as our guide. If you measured the success of our trip by...

 

Meetings focus on proposed tax

Residents will have two opportunities in coming weeks to learn about Marysville’s plan to fund expansion of the city’s jail and police station. The city is hosting two public meetings in the next two weeks to inform residents about the tax...

 

Dogs have their day at Poochapalooza

Dogs and their owners can enjoy a day just for them at the Marysville Dog Owners Group annual Poochapalooza on July 7. The event brings local dog vendors, nonprofit organizations and activities to...

 

Hydrangeas - the consummate summer blooming shrub

Everybody loves hydrangeas. After the cacophony of spring has passed and all the rhodies and azaleas are out of bloom, hydrangeas pick up the baton and continue with the parade of color in our...

 

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