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Articles from the August 12, 2015 edition

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Festival of the River educates, entertains

Locals learned about salmon, the Stillaguamish River and the Stillaguamish Tribe at 26th annual Festival of the River held on Aug. 8 and 9. The festival, put on by the Stillaguamish Tribe at River Mea...

 

Marysville celebrates National Night Out

The city of Marysville held its 2015 National Night Out on Aug. 4, inviting the public to learn about safety and health organizations in their community. The event is part of the National Night Out,...

 

Arlington connects during Night Out

The Arlington community came out to participate in the 2015 National Night Out on Aug. 4 and meet the law enforcement officers from their own community. The day is a national event meant to forge...

 

Marysville enjoys summer softball

Softball is underway in Marysville, and several leagues are getting in on the action. The turnout is good, according to Dave Hall, the athletic coordinator of the Marysville Parks and Recreation...

 

Arlington hosts 3 on 3 Xtravaganza

Basketball and airports might not be two things typically associated with each other, but to Arlington residents they're the two ingredients needed for the annual 3 on 3 Xtravaganza basketball...

 

Arlington hosts sheepdog championships

Border collies and their handlers from California to Canada came to Arlington last week to compete in the Ninety Farms Northwest Classic sheepdog championship. The third annual event was held at Ninet...

 

Our Best Friends

Jonathan James and his dog Jax are the Our Best Friends this week. Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook is kicking off a new weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community...

 

Volunteer fair set for Aug. 13

Local residents are invited to learn how their particular skills and talents can benefit the community at a free Volunteer Fair at the Red Curtain Arts Center on Thursday, Aug. 13, from 3 to 7 p.m....

 

Annual Homegrown festival brings unique crafts to M'ville

The Downtown Marysville Merchants Association held its 30th annual Handmade and Homegrown Street Festival last week from Aug. 7 to Aug. 9. The annual street festival happens on Third Street in downtow...

 

Preliminary results for Aug. 4 election

The North County Regional Fire Authority will now be able to have neighboring fire agencies annexed into them thanks to a recent vote in the Aug. 4 primary elections. The fire district’s proposition received 86.05 percent approval from voters. The...

 

I-5 work may cause traffic delays

Six Interstate 5 bridges between Marysville and Everett are receiving joint replacement work for about the next 10 months, and that work will eventually cause traffic issues for the area. Work began...

 

Community invited to participate in #MPStronger - A Walk of Strength

Students, staff, first-responders and community members are invited to #MPstronger – A Walk of Strength, a year after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.  The community-led...

 

ABC Learning opens in Marysville

ABC Learning, a new option for childcare, pre-school and pre-kindergarten readiness, held its grand opening of a new Marysville location on Aug. 8. The new center opens its doors at 9315 State Ave.,...

 

Qwuloolt bringing us together to celebrate our environment

Marysville boasts a diverse array of recreation opportunities for residents and visitors alike. One area that we’re most excited about is the Qwuloolt estuary project — a natural treasure that...

 

Council meets with state auditors

Council gathered for a special meeting on the 2015 audit entrance conference with auditors from the state auditor’s office Tuesday, Aug. 11, starting 3:30 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, 110 E Third Street in Arlington. The audit entrance...

 

If only plants could talk...

Plants are a lot like pets in that they are living creatures that want to be loved and cared for. They want to leave the pet store (substitute plant store) and be adopted by some loving family that...

 

2015 Arlington Back to School Guide

A Back to School special section for Arlington....

 

Margaret Cathrine Cassidy

Margaret Cassidy has gone to be with her Lord on August 3, 2015. Margaret was born March 21, 1918 in Pence, Saskatchewan. She moved to Mountlake Terrace, Wash. in 1959 and then spent 39 years in the...

 

Patricia Ann Daugherty

Patricia Ann Daugherty, 74, died July 8, 2015, with her daughters and son-in-law by her side in Spokane, Wash. after a sudden illness. Pat was a resident of Snohomish County for 40+ years prior to...

 

Carole Ann Estabrook

Carole Ann Estabrook, age 74, passed away peacefully on Thursday July 30, 2015. Carole was born August 5, 1940. Carole is survived by her children, daughters, Kathy Rodrigues and Lori Jackson as well...

 

Jenifer Lynne Groves

Jenifer Groves, age 52, passed away July 28, 2015. She is survived by her parents, Jim and Joanna Groves; sister and brother-in-law, Denis and Janyne Moynihan; and her significant other, Harold...

 

Penelope Rae Jacobs

Penelope Rae Jacobs was born August 28, 1945, in Lewiston, Idaho and passed away on July 13, 2015, at the age of 69. Penelope (Penny) Jacobs was born to Arthur and Eileen Dufour of Culdesac, Idaho....

 

Marlene Jarman

Marlene Jarman, 82, passed away July 30, 2015. Marlene was born December 4, 1932. She grew up in Arlington. Marlene went to work for Pan Alaska Fisheries for several years. In 1998, she and her...

 

Morris Molstad

Morris Ruben Molstad, 90, of Arlington, WA passed away on August 5, 2015. Morris was born on December 26, 1924 in LaMoure, ND to Anton and Randi (Tofte) Molstad. Morrie was an auto mechanic who...

 

Paula Jeanne Platz

Paula Jeanne Platz, 54, of Marysville, passed away peacefully on June 25, 2015. Paula was born in Spokane, Wash. on October 24, 1960. Paula was well known in the community and ran her own daycare for...

 

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