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Articles from the July 15, 2015 edition

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Fly-In returns to Arlington Airport

Numerous historical and personal planes were displayed at the grassy grounds of the Arlington Airport and flew above as part of the annual Arlington Fly-In. The annual aviation festival in Arlington...

 

Dogs, owners enjoy Poochapalooza

Dog lovers and their furry companions stopped by Asbery Field on July 11 to get their special day at the 2015 Marysville Poochapalooza. The event is run by the Marysville Dog Owner's Group (M-DOG)...

 

July Fourth calmer than normal, but city water system stressed

Arlington and Marysville saw less fireworks complaints this year, but dry conditions nearly brought Marysville’s water system to its limit. “The bigger topic for us is water usage,” said the city’s public works director Kevin Nielsen. “We...

 
 By Emyly Hall    News    July 15, 2015

Life jackets missing from local parks

As the summer months get warmer, Washington residents will often be seen trying to cool off and escape the heat. With several lakes nearby, Snohomish County citizens have the comfort of safety precaut...

 

Registration open for 3 on 3 X-travaganza

Registration is underway for the annual 3 on 3 X-travaganza basketball tournament held at the Arlington Airport Aug. 8-9. Teams can register until the Aug. 1 deadline at www.3on3X.com or e-mail Hoops@3on3X.com. Event organizers are expecting...

 

Pedal, Paddle, Puff winners

The annual Pedal, Paddle, Puff Triathlon was held on the Fourth of July. The event had 68 participants and raised close to $1,000 which is going to help the Arlington Rotary Club build a Splash Park...

 

Arlington Idol

The winner of the Arlington Idol contest held on July 10 is Robbie St. Jean, 16, who sang Alicia Keys' "If I ain't Got You." Other winners include Mini Idol - Cassidy Williams (13-years-old), Junior...

 

Unique items, more at annual flea market

Cars filled with clothes, appliances, figurines and other knick knacks came to the Marysville courthouse parking lot for the fourth year of city's annual flea market, Junk in the Trunk, on July 11....

 

Nightly lane closures on I-5 near Marysville start July 20

Parts of Interstate 5 near the 116th Street interchange in Marysville will be closing due to road work starting on July 20. Two lanes of the highway in each direction will be closed each night from Monday through Friday morning, starting at 7 p.m....

 

Street Fair fills Olympic Avenue

Vendors filled downtown Arlington with homemade wooden objects, unique art and handcrafted jewelry as part of the 2015 Arlington Street Fair. The fair, put on by the Downtown Arlington Business...

 

Pride of Marysville nominations open

Show your neighborhood pride this summer: Nominate the best-looking home, neighborhood or business in the city for our annual Pride of Marysville awards. The awards recognize neighbors and business owners who take pride in their property in ways...

 

Having fun at the carnival

Taylor Questad, left, and Zoey Questad go down the large slide at the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce Carnival on July 9. The carnival, which was held July 9-12 at Allen Creek Elementary...

 

County seeks input on vaping in public

The Snohomish Health District is currently considering policies regarding e-cigarettes in public places and is hoping for public feedback on the issue. E-cigarettes, also known as vaporizers, are devi...

 

Snohomish Health District announces service changes

Looking at client feedback and usage rates, as well as a variety of changes in the community, the Snohomish Health District has started making adjustments to current operations. As of July 1, the immunization and travel services clinics are now...

 

Arlington Library offers activities

The Arlington Library is offering a variety of activities in July. Family Storytime Let imaginations run wild with fun books, sing-along songs, and creative activities that prepare young minds for the adventures of reading. For ages 18 months to 5...

 

Lakewood selected for state-funded kindergarten

The Lakewood School District is excited that all three of their elementary schools will be able to offer full-day kindergarten beginning with the 2015-16 school year, at no cost to their families. They are able to offer this program because their sch...

 

Bouquets of Sunshine opens in Marysville

A new flower shop, Bouquets of Sunshine, has opened up in downtown Marysville to provide locals with flower arrangements and bouquets. Owner Debbie Brown has run a florist business out of her home in...

 

Partnership makes education a priority

"Building Bridges" is a series of monthly columns to appear in the North County Outlook and written in rotation by leaders of the city of Marysville, Tulalip Tribes and Marysville School...

 

Rants & Raves 7/15/15

RAVE: A huge shoutout to the North County Outlook for making my first internship the most amazing experience. I have learned so much in just the few weeks I have been here and absolutely love the staff. Thank you all so much for being so great....

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    July 15, 2015

Salary commission announces decision

At the July 6 Arlington City Council meeting, council approved, as expected, issuing a bond to finance a new ladder truck and a pumper truck for the fire department, surplussing of police vehicles and other equipment, a reduction in cemetery...

 

The birds and the bees

As gardeners we all know there is more to gardening then just the plants. There is a whole ecosystem that includes microbes, insects, worms, mammals (some less desirable than others) and of course...

 

Tommy "Dempe Dog" William Dempewolf

Tommy Dempewolf passed away June 20, 2015. He was born in Chicago, Ill. On January 27,1947 to Jack and Ruth Dempewolf. A memorial service will be held at "Casa De Dios Puerta Del Cielo (House of God...

 

Robert C. Bibb

Robert C. Bibb, passed away in Everett on July 1, 2015. Born July 10, 1922 to Martin Luther Bibb Jr. and Alyce Marie Gaynor. He moved to Arlington in 1954 to establish his own practice. By 1966, he...

 

John Decker

After a long illness, Jack Decker died peacefully on July 3, 2015, in Marysville. Jack was born in Minot, N.D., on January 6, 1942, the son of John Devine Decker and Evelyn Lucille Decker. He was...

 

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