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Articles from the July 30, 2014 edition

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Arlington Garden Club celebrates 80th anniversary

Arlington Garden Club just celebrated their 80th anniversary on Monday June 9 at a luncheon held at Glen Eagle Family Restaurant. Sixty-seven members attended including eight past presidents. The...

 

AquaSox players come to Arlington

Two Everett AquaSox all-stars stopped by downtown Arlington to sign autographs and talk with fans on July 26. Two minor league all-stars from the Everett AquaSox, catcher Adam Martin and first...

 

Retired Marysville superintendent will lead Seattle schools

Former Marysville superintendent Larry Nyland was appointed as the interim superintendent for Seattle Public Schools. Retired Marysville School District Superintendent Larry Nyland was named interim...

 

Washington state saw one if its worst wildfires ever last week so Walgreens began collecting donations

Central Washington had one of the state’s worst wildfires in state history last week and local Walgreens stores will be collecting donations to help the recovery. The wildfires destroyed more than 150 homes in the state’s central counties and...

 

Showing up for jury service essential to justice system

Only 40 percent of Marysville citizens respond to jury summons, and city officials would like to see more response. Marysville city officials would like to remind citizens that, although jury summons can be irritating and an inconvenience, showing...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

Cascade Valley Hospital calls off partnership with Clinics and PeaceHealth

The Board of Commissioners of Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics has called off the proposed affiliation with PeaceHealth after PeaceHealth requested an extension to the decision-making timeline. The Board indicated that negotiations ended on...

 
 By Staff    News    July 30, 2014

MPHS Principal Frost relocating to Gig Harbor

Students at Marysville Pilchuck High School will be losing their principal of the last four years. Andrew Frost, principal of Marysville Pilchuck High School, has accepted a position at Gig Harbor...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

League of Women Voters offers primary election information

It’s primary election time again and the League of Women Voters has created an online candidate guide to help those of you with questions at www.VOTE411.org. This is a non-partisan resource available to anyone. The League’s nonpartisan election...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

Be aware of lake risks while enjoying summer swimming

Swimming or playing in water that is contaminated or high in bacteria or natural toxins can affect your health. Swimming pools, spas, lakes, rivers, or oceans are all potential sources of water-related illness. Recreational water illnesses typically...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

High school looking for 1959 graduates

The reunion committee for the Mount Vernon High School 55th class reunion is looking for classmates who may live in Marysville, Arlington and surrounding cities. Mount Vernon High School Class of 1959 is having their 55th Reunion on Sept. 12, 13,...

 

Arlington City Council honors employee of the year

Arlington City Council honored the police department's employee of the year, Officer Mike Sergeant, Monday, July 21. The city's new Public Safety Director Bruce Stedman (formerly fire chief)...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

Smokey Point Everett Clinic gets new Nurse Practitioner

The Everett Clinic welcomes family nurse practitioner Alta Langdon as a primary care provider in Family Medicine now seeing patients at Smokey Point Medical Center. Langdon earned her Masters of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner at...

 

Marysville police still looking for volunteers for crime prevention program

Would you like the opportunity to help your neighborhood be even safer? Would you like to get more involved in your community? Marysville Police are inviting community-minded people who have some spare time on their hands to make a difference by...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    July 30, 2014

Searchers recover body of last mudslide victim

Searchers and rescuers have worked long hours since the tragic March 22 mudslide in Oso that took the lives of 43 people and destroyed millions of dollars worth of property. Their efforts paid off...

 

Marysville/Tulalip National Night Out returns this Aug.

National Night Out returns to the Marysville/Tulalip area on August 5 as the event is held at the Tulalip Amphitheatre this year. This is the 30th anniversary for National Night Out, or "America's Nig...

 

Save-A-Mutt holding annual dog wash in Marysville

Save-A-Mutt is holding their seventh annual Scrub-A-Mutt fundraising dog wash, Saturday, August 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.. The dog wash will be at the Strawberry Fields Athletic Park, 6100 152nd St....

 

Arlington Library offering fun for all ages

The Arlington Library is offering the following classes through the month of August. Everyone is invited to attend and there is no cost. Children and Families For children and families: Out Magnetic Sun Join the Albuquerque Astronomical Society's...

 

Dungeness Crab Cakes Roasted Corn, Bacon And Sesame Aioli

Makes 4-6 crab cakes It was opening day for recreational crab fishing in Puget Sound on July 3, 2014, so my daughter and I set out to spend some time on the water, and to do our best to catch our...

 

Baby's cries mean they are in need of something

Dear Ms. Davis, I am the new mom of a one-month old infant. My mother passed away several years ago, but my husband and his mother are very supportive and helpful, and we are all adjusting well to this change in our lives. We do have one issue, howev...

 

Local model garden railroad will be open for viewing

An extensive garden railroad built by Marysville couple Mike and Janet Elmore in their backyard will be open for public viewing on Aug. 2. "Their backyard fencing conceals an elaborate railroad...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinion    July 30, 2014

Kindness and compassion can go a long way

I am a dog lover and lately I’ve been investing a little too much time watching dog videos that people are posting on Facebook. While this may not be the best use of my time I have found, through these touching and sometimes funny videos, that kind...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 30, 2014

Traveling east? Gov. Inslee extends Eastern Washington burn ban

If you’re are planning to take a trip to the eastern side of the state right now, be aware that Governor Inslee has extended the burn ban because of the increased fire risk and the wild fires currently raging in the east side of the Cascade...

 

Darrington introduces summer Street Fair

Live bands, local food and craft brews, children’s activities and outdoor movies in Darrington this summer intend to draw new visitors to town and help economic recovery. The Darrington Street Fest celebrates small-town summer fun on Saturday,...

 

Friday music jam Sessions for adults and youth with developmental disabilities

Youth and adults of all musical abilities are invited to Village Music and Art’s Summer Friday Music jam sessions featuring live music by Jon Dalgarn and Voices of the Village. Youth volunteers are also welcome. Bring your own instrument or use...

 

Mayor Nehring holding ice cream social in Jennings Park

The City of Marysville invites community members to meet with Mayor Jon Nehring for a special summer evening coffee klatch with ice cream from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 7. This occasional informal chance to chat with the Mayor will meet...

 

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