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Articles from the August 30, 2017 edition

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Kids learn about aviation

Kids got to take to the air and got a close-up look at the various airplanes at the Arlington Municipal Airport during the annual Airport Appreciation Day held on Aug. 26. The Arlington Municipal...

 

Tulalip Tribes host Back to School Bash

Local native students received free backpacks, school supplies and participated in rides and games at Tulalip Tribes' Annual Back to School Bash on Aug. 23. The event at the Don Hatch Youth Center...

 

Solar Eclipse

Marysville's Jim Strickland got this image of the recent solar eclipse by making a solar viewer with his binoculars and projected the image onto a sheet of paper. In order to get only one image, he...

 

Arlington schools prepare for start of new school year

The Arlington School District is preparing for the new school year with new initiatives to improve facilities and education for students. Officials at the district have adopted a new strategic plan...

 

Marysville Cemetery holds butterfly release ceremony

More than a hundred butterflies were released on Aug. 26 at the Marysville Cemetery as part of a ceremony to honor those who have passed away. The Marysville Cemetery participated along with seven...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    August 30, 2017

Tulalip Heritage readies for season

The Tulalip Heritage Hawks 8-man football team is gearing up for another season of competitive play on the gridiron. Last season the Hawks finished 0-3 in league play and 1-4 overall as they were...

 
 By Andrew HInes    Sports    August 30, 2017

Eagles look for success on the pitch

The Arlington Eagles girls soccer team is looking to recreate some of their success from last season as they get ready for a tough road. Last year the Eagles went on a magnificent run as they...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    August 30, 2017

Tomahawks prepare to return to the gridiron

The Marysville-Pilchuck High School football team is coming off of a down year, but they are hard at work on the field looking to make that a thing of the past. Last season the Tomahawks finished...

 

'Litter Wranglers' help clean local roads

Snohomish County has been trying out a new program specifically designed to clean up litter around county roads this summer. The four-month "Litter Wranglers" pilot program has cleared litter from at...

 

Work begins on new water main

Work to build a new water main along 83rd Avenue NE has begun. Construction of the  1.2-mile-long project started at Soper Hill Road near 29th Place NE. It includes building a new water main, valves and services in the southbound lane of 83rd...

 

Marysville begins work on TBD projects

Marysville's Transportation Benefit District projects have begun for the summer and will work to preserve road and improve pavement on four of the city's roads. The latest Transportation Benefit...

 

Terrace Park gets two new murals

The Arlington Arts Council recently put up two murals at Terrace Park to give the local park a little more color. A new mural covers the back of the stage at the amphitheater and one of an owl is now...

 

Candlelight vigil focuses on overdose awareness

In 2016, Snohomish County lost over 90 people to an opioid overdose. The tragedy of overdose is far too frequent, but is ultimately preventable. Overdose prevention, education and recognition play a crucial role in saving lives. To commemorate Intern...

 

Sunrise Rotary Shrimp Boil

The Marysville Sunrise Rotary held its 7th annual Shrimp Boil fundraiser at Bleachers Grill at Cedarcrest Golf Course on Aug. 26. More than 400 people attended the event which is the Sunrise Rotary's...

 

Summer winding down in Arlington

The city's Music on the Terraces concert series ended Thursday with The Ryders doing bluegrass, country and folk music. Terrace Park was built in the 1930s by a women's club and it hosted Easter...

 

Late bloomers for your garden

As we move from late August into early September it is not unusual to have our borders start to look a little tired. Part of this is due to us slacking off on the watering and deadheading, and part...

 

Paul G. Schamp Sr.

Paul G. Schamp Sr., 86, of Marysville, WA passed away July 15, 2017. Paul was born May 18, 1931, in Portland, OR. Paul is survived by his children, Bill Schamp, Faythe Schamp, Judy Wehrle, Mary Van...

 

William Frederick Derr

William Frederick Derr, 79, of Arlington, Washington passed away August 17, 2017. Bill was born on July 22, 1938 in Allentown, PA. He is survived by his wife, Patricia; two sons, David and Bryan...

 

Etta Frances Jones

Etta Frances Jones, 85 of Tulalip, WA, passed away August 20, 2017, in Everett, WA. She was born Sept. 2, 1931, in Everett to George Craig Sr and Delia Jimicum. She is survived by her children,...

 

Howard Moore

The world lost an amazing man on July 23, 2017. Howard Moore, "Grumpy Wiskers" was born on July 12, 1936, in Grand Junction, Colorado. He lived in Washington most of his life but his heart was in...

 

Susan McCarty

Susan Lee McCarty of Arlington, WA, passed away on August 11, 2017, at Providence Everett Medical Center at the age of 70. She was born on August 22, 1946, in Everett, WA, to Stanley and Faye...

 

Rose Marie Claybrook

Rose Marie Claybrook was born in Chicago to Joseph and Rose Bemke. She passed away unexpectedly with her family by her side on August 15, 2017. Rose lived in Arlington Heights, WA, for the last 55...

 

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