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Articles from the July 16, 2014 edition

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Poochapalooza is for the dogs

Canines of all shapes and sizes brought their owners along to the eighth annual Poochapalooza at Strawberry Fields on Saturday, July 12. Activities included a pet pie eating contest, Wiener dog...

 

Summer fun at Arlington Fly-In

The mid-summer heat didn't keep people away from one of Arlington's biggest summer events last weekend. For the 46th year, Arlington Municipal Airport was taken over by the Arlington Fly-In. More than...

 

PSE and Snohomish PUD take next step for green energy

Puget Sound Energy and Snohomish PUD will receive a collective $11 million in state grants to jump start one of the next major steps in sustainable energy: large-scale batteries. In recent years, most green energy advances have focused on more...

 

Beware of scammers pretending to be Snohomish PUD

The Snohomish PUD would like to remind its customers that their representatives never ask for credit card or banking information over the phone and anyone doing so is probably trying to run a scam. It is a common scam for people to represent...

 

Prepare for slow down on Stilly River Bridge

The Stillaguamish River Bridge on I-5 will be down to two lanes until WSDOT completes the repair project on the bridge in November. The speed limit in that area has been reduced from 70 mph to 55...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    July 16, 2014

Council adopts six-month moratorium on marijuana production and processing

Arlington City Council approved seven items unanimously last Monday, but another item that was added at the last minute met with some controversy. A proposal to adopt another moratorium on marijuana, specifically producers and processors, was...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 16, 2014

Goodwill offering new workshops and classes

The Marysville Goodwill is now offering summer classes for citizenship prep and updating work skills employers are looking for. The classes are free and will be held at their store located at 9315 State Ave. Workplace 101 is a new class that will be...

 

Marysville holds flea market for fourth year

Community members buy and sell goods at this year's Junk in the Trunk flea market on July 12. Thrifty shoppers came down near the Marysville Municipal Court for the fourth annual Junk in the Trunk on...

 

Car show brings enthusiasts and crowds to downtown Marysville

The third annual Rodz on Third expanded this year, bringing more cars and people to the downtown area. Car enthusiasts came out to downtown Marysville to show off the numerous hours of work and dedica...

 

Crowds gather at this year's Arlington Street Fair

Families and friends all gathered with sno-cones in hand as they perused the many vendors set up for the Arlington Street Fair that stood in the heat of the July afternoon sun. Rows of tables filled...

 

Bird houses help raise funds for Housing Hope

Housing Hope has been helping families in Snohomish County since 1987 and continues to find new and creative ways to raise money for their cause. Housing Hope's ChildHope steering committee hosted...

 

Marysville Police offer opportunities to serve

Everyone want to live an a safe community and the Marysville Police Department has openings for those looking to help ensure the communities safety. The Marysville Volunteer Program (MVP) was created by the Marysville Police Department so that regula...

 

Time for a little tweaking in the garden

I have mentioned in past columns that July is an excellent month to prune our gardens. I am not talking about major slash and burn type pruning (which should be done first thing in the spring if at...

 

Grilled Lobster with Chili Lime Vinaigrette

Grilled Lobster with Chili Lime Vinaigrette Cedars Cafe Chef Brent Clarkson, Tulalip Resort Casino yields dinner for two Ingredients 1 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, chopped 3 tablespoons red...

 

Myron Lee Brown

Myron Lee Brown, 70, passed away July 2, 2014, in Arlington. Services will be held at Solie Funeral Home. Please contact Solie for service details....

 

Jean Marie Dailey

Jean Marie Dailey of Marysville, Wash. passed away on Friday June 6, 2014. The family held a celebration of life on Sunday July 13, 2014 at the home of her daughter, Susie....

 

Moses Howard Davis

Moses "Dave" Howard Davis, 103, of Marysville passed away July 6, 2014. He was born January 22, 1911, in Mingo, Ky., to Proctor and Loula Davis. Dave served in the US Navy for 21 years before...

 

Savannah Sue Dunham

Savannah Sue Dunham, 23, of Snohomish, left us all too soon on July 1st. She was born November 18, 1990 in Arlington. She graduated from Snohomish High School in 2009. She will be remembered for her...

 

Frank Goulet

Jun. 27, 1953 - Jun. 28, 2014 Seattle firefighter, Frank Goulet of Marysville, passed away on June 28, 2014. A memorial will be held at Calvary Christian Assembly Church, 6801 Roosevelt Way NE,...

 

Rosaura Matos

Rosaura Matos, 70, of Marysville, passed away July 3, 2014, in Everett. Funeral service and burial will be held at Inglewood Funeral Home and Cemetery in Inglewood, Calif., at a later date....

 

Brandy Sue Missroon

Sep. 6, 1973 - July 1, 2014 Daughter, Wife & Mother Brandy Sue Missroon, "Tex," passed away at her home July 1, 2014, surrounded by her family. Brandy was born September 6, 1973, and had lived her...

 

Ronald Anthony Moses

Ron Moses passed away at Providence Hospital in Everett, June 27, 2014, after suffering cardiac arrest. He was 57. He was born in Yakima, Wash., but grew up in the Newport area of Bellevue, Wash., where he attended Newport High School. He excelled...

 

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