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Articles from the September 6, 2017 edition

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Tulalip Tribes help raise awareness, remember overdose victims

The Tulalip Tribal community participated in International Overdose Awareness Day with their own event commemorating those who have passed, and raising awareness about overdose issues on Aug. 31. "We...

 

Marysville School District prepares for new year

Marysville School District officials worked across the summer to make improvements to their schools in preparation for the upcoming school year. Those changes include a new gym floor at...

 

Arlington PD steps up recruitment

The Arlington Police Department is working on a recruitment video that officials hope will make Arlington an attractive option for police officer candidates. "We are, pretty much like all agencies,...

 

Safety, caution important around school buses

As the school year starts after Labor Day, buses will return to their routes and local motorists should keep safety in mind when on the road.. Traci Tobler, transportation manager for the Marysville S...

 

Tomahawks fall to Snohomish 38-22

The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks football team took on the Snohomish Panthers in a tough fought game on Sept. 1. The Tomahawks got off to a great defensive start as they recovered a fumble six second...

 

Getchell spikers ready for new season

After losing a large number of varsity starters over the offseason, the Marysville Getchell Chargers volleyball team is looking to reload and surprise the league. Last season the Chargers finished...

 

Arlington tennis looks to build on last year's success

The Arlington Eagles boys tennis team is getting ready for a big season as they fill their roster with a lot of fresh faces. Last season, the senior-laden Eagles finished with a league record of 9-3 a...

 

New barbecue grills at Marysville's Comeford Park

Comeford Park has two new barbecue grills and many picnic tables that are now open to the public. The city of Marysville has been working on installing the new barbecue pit for most of the summer....

 

Easy hacks to help you get healthy

We are always looking for the best hacks to help save us time, money and energy in all aspects of life. Health and wellness being one of them whether we are looking to lose weight, get fit, change a...

 

Drag Strip Reunion comes to the Arlington Airport

The annual Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show will bring hundreds of cars and dragsters to the Arlington Airport again this year on Sept. 9. The show is at the Arlington Airport and the entranc...

 

Art in Legion Park set for Sept. 9-10

More than 30 Arlington area artists will put their creative ventures up for sale Sept. 9-10 at Art in Legion Park, in downtown Arlington, in a true showcase of local talent. The show is open from 9...

 

Convoy of Hope supports local families

International nonprofit organization Convoy of Hope is coming to Arlington for a “Day of Hope” to help low-income families from the region on Saturday, Sept. 16. The organization provides disaster relief and runs community events to provide...

 

No place here for Atlantic salmon

All Atlantic salmon fish farms in Puget Sound should be closed and future expansion plans scrapped following the Aug. 19 escape of thousands of the non-native fish from a facility on Cypress Island...

 

Community invited to workshop to discuss Post Middle School

Arlington Public Schools (APS) invites parents, students, staff and community members to a workshop on Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Post Middle School commons to explore ideas for a...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will elect one to run in...

 

Beet and Goat Cheese Towers

I must admit that I love beets and I'm fanatic about them. It's hard for me to resist the sweetness and earth tones they impart on my palate. This chilled beet salad recipe is perfect for summer...

 

Fall is an excellent time for planting

Fall has always been my favorite time of year, especially when I lived in California and the summers were so oppressive. While August can feel like the doldrums, September is full of all sorts of...

 

Paul Francis Dessert

Paul Francis Dessert passed away on August 24, 2017 in Everett, WA. He was born on June 13, 1945 to parents Elosius and Lucille Dessert of Woonsocket, RI. He married Ethel Bell Dessert on Sept. 16,...

 

Loy Ann Matheson

Loy Ann Matheson was born in Everett, WA, January 23, 1938, as the sixth child of Freddy and Alvena Stump. She passed away on August 17, 2017. She had the honor of raising three children, Fred,...

 

James M. Smith

James M. Smith died peacefully in his sleep on Thursday, at home, after a series of heart attacks. Jim was born on March 21, 1949 in Oakland, California to Eva (Root) Smith and James M. Smith, Sr. He...

 

Leila M. Stinson

Leila Stinson, 94, was born in Tacoma, Washington to Anna and John McCoy. She grew up on a large chicken farm in Lake Bay, WA, and graduated Valedictorian from Vaughn High School in 1940. She married...

 

James V. (Pat) Heath

James V. (Pat) Heath, 82, passed away after battling Lewy Body disease for seven years. Pat was born in Fairview, PA. He Lived in Everett and Marysville area for most of his life. He met his beloved...

 

Michael Rae Sheldon

Michael Rae Sheldon, 64 of Tulalip passed away August 28, 2017 four months from his 65th birthday. He was born December 28, 1952 in Everett, WA to Melvin R and Nola Sheldon. Mike grew up his early...

 

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