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Articles from the September 13, 2017 edition

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Local school districts welcome students back for new year

Local school districts opened their doors for the first day of school last week on Sept. 6. The Marysville, Lakewood and Arlington school districts all welcomed their students, grade 1 through 12,...

 

Marysville celebrates Touch A Truck

Kids got to climb into fire engines, garbage trucks, public works vehicles and more at Marysville's annual Touch A Truck on Sept. 9. The city of Marysville puts on the event each year at Asbery Field...

 

Cars, spectators turn out for Drag Strip Reunion

Drag racers and hundreds of other cars came down to the Arlington Airport field for the 14th annual Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show on Sept. 9. The car show is put on by volunteers and raise...

 

Teachers, districts agree to contracts

Both the Marysville School District and Arlington School District reached agreements with their teachers for contracts the week before school started this year. Many area districts, including seven...

 

Marauders pummel Chargers 35-6

The Marysville Getchell Chargers football team laid it all out on the gridiron as they battled the Mariner Marauders on Sept. 8. From the first whistle the Chargers ran into some trouble as they had...

 

Vikings shut out M-P on the pitch

The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks girls soccer team took on the Lake Stevens Vikings for the first game of the season on Sept. 7. From the start of the game, the Tomahawks and Vikings battled with...

 

Pink the Rink Golf Tournament raises money to fight cancer

The eighth annual Pink the Rink Golf Tournament teed off at Gleneagle golf course on Sept. 7. The tournament raises money for the Providence Hospital Breast Center which contributes to breast cancer...

 

Local foods shine at Farm to Table dinner

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce highlighted locally produced food with their "Farm to Table" dinner on Sept. 9. The dinner helped raise money for a new Arlington Farmers Market...

 

Children, princesses meet up at Marysville Opera House

Princesses and pixies will come to the Marysville Opera House this September to meet with local girls on Sept. 24. The city of Marysville's new "Princess and Pixie Dust" event will be held 2-3:30...

 

Get a look at history at Pioneer Days

Kids can see how pioneers lived by using old-fashioned devices like butter churners and clothes washers at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers' annual free Pioneer Days on Sept. 16. The event is held...

 

Why turn away those wanting to help the Strawberry Festival?

My name is Cheryl Robinson. My father was Roy Robinson. Marysville has been a big part of my life. From 2007 through 2009 I was Co-Chair of Hospitality with Sandie Phipps, working with many devoted and talented Board Members and volunteers. For both...

 

In pursuit of the perfect lawn

Let's face it, for the most part the lawn is the man's domain. It is literally his "turf" and when left alone he can spend endless hours mowing, edging, aerating, de-thatching, feeding, reseeding,...

 

City Council considers revisions to comp plan

Arlington City Council is back to work this week, with a workshop meeting Monday, Sept. 11. Amendments include removing the King-Thompson area from the city’s urban growth plan, removing a Transfer of Development Rights overlay and adding 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...

 

Harlin L. Horrer

Harlin L. Horrer passed away peacefully in the Lord's arms Aug. 28, 2017, in Arlington, Washington. Harlin was born Oct. 26, 1941, and raised in Jacksonville by his parents, John and Elizabeth...

 

William (Bill) Melvin Lundberg

Bill lived his entire life on the Jordan Road. He was born on the same homestead as when he passed away. He had a love for his family, the land and animals. He was a veteran of WWII. Bill is survived by his wife of 69 years, Eldeen, sons Lyle...

 

LEE-TE-Ahwit Krystal RayAnne Cooper

LEE-TE-Ahwit Krystal RayAnne Cooper aka Luvy Krystal was born to Pamela and Douglas Cooper on January 28, 1992. Ahe was a Lifetime resident of Tulalip, WA. She is survived by her mother and father;...

 

Sharon Marie Krutsinger

Sharon Marie (Christianson) Krutsinger Our beloved wife, mother and Bear May 25, 1938 - August 3, 2017 Sharon passed away at home with her husband by her side. She leaves behind her husband of 60...

 

Dixie Tremain

Dixie Tremain, 94, passed away on Tuesday, August 29, 2017, at Warm Beach Nursing Center. Born near Tonasket, WA, on January 2, 1923, to Elmer and Carlene Colbert. Chester Tremain and Dixie were...

 

Susan Lynette Jones

Susan was born in Tacoma, WA to Henry and Rose Sicade. She is a member of the Tulalip Tribes. She lived in Tacoma until about the age of 16. She then moved to Muckleshoot Reservation where settled...

 

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