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Articles from the September 14, 2016 edition

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Students return to school

Local school districts opened their doors for the new school year on Sept. 7 and welcomed returning and new students. Lakewood, Marysville and Arlington school districts all opened most of their classes up during that day. Local parent Kristen Lacic...

 

Marysville firefighter sings national anthem at Seahawks game

Local Keith Taylor, a battalion chief for the Marysville Fire District, had the honor of singing the national anthem for the Seattle Seahawks' opening game on Sept. 11. He was joined by many other Marysville firefighters who participated in the flag...

 

Post students visit 9/11 memorial

Eighth-graders from Post Middle School in Arlington got to see one of the pieces of the World Trade Center and learn about the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on Sept. 9. This is the second year in a row that Arlington's Fire Station 46 hosted...

 

Forums focus on opioid addiction

With heroin and opioid problems continuing across the nation, Snohomish County officials are hosting discussions on the issues in Tulalip, Arlington and two other Snohomish County locations this September. On Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m., a discussion...

 

Lakewood falls to South Delta, 41-26

After their loss in the season opener on Sept. 3, the Lakewood Cougars football team hosted the South Delta, B.C., Sun Devils on Sept. 9, when the Cougars got to play their first game on their new field. From the first quarter the Sun Devils took...

 

MG spikers fall to Eastlake

The Marysville Getchell girls volleyball team took on the Eastlake Wildcats in their first home game of the new season on Sept. 8. In each of the three games the Chargers were beaten by nine or more points, giving the Wildcats the win. Coming off of...

 

M-P tennis falls to Hawks

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys tennis team kicked off the new season with a rough start against Mountlake Terrace. On Sept. 6, at home, the Tomahawks were handed their first loss of the season. Through seven matches the Marysville-Pilchuck players...

 

Drag Strip Reunion attracts car enthusiasts

Car enthusiasts came down to the Arlington Airport to display their rat rods, dragsters and other unique cars at the Arlington Drag Strip Reunion & Car Show on Sept. 10. The annual car show, now in its 13th year, honors some of the history of...

 

Families have fun at Touch A Truck

Local kids climbed into the driver's seat and honked horns at the city of Marysville's annual Touch A Truck event on Sept. 10. Marysville's event brings police vehicles, army vehicles, fire vehicles, public utilities vehicles and more out to Asbery...

 

Snohomish PUD plans Clean Energy Center in Arlington

Snohomish County PUD plans to build a Microgrid and Clean Energy Technology Center in Arlington thanks to a recent $3.5 million grant from the Washington Clean Energy Fund. The new center will feature a microgrid system, an electric vehicle retiring station and some small-scale renewable energy....

 

Community enjoys art show

More than 25 artistic people shared their creativity with community members at Art in Legion Park Sept. 10-11. The annual art show presented by Arlington Arts Council provided opportunities for local artists to share their work with the community -...

 

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 randomly select one to run in that week's issue. To submit a photo,...

 

State should drop culvert case appeal

We are disappointed to learn that the state of Washington will continue its longstanding efforts to deny tribal treaty-reserved fishing rights by once again appealing a federal court ruling requiring the repair of hundreds of fish-blocking culverts...

 

Replanting containers for winter

Judging from the attendance for our fall container class last week (over 90) it is encouraging to know that many northwest gardeners are just saying "No" to looking at boring pots of dirt all winter and instead are filling them with hardy and...

 

Homeless Marysville man pistol-whipped, robbed

On Saturday, Sept. 10, just before 9 a.m., Marysville officers responded to a reported assault that had taken place in the 14600 block of Smokey Point Blvd., in Marysville. Officers made contact with the victim, a 46-year-old Marysville homeless man. He advised officers that he had woken up to a...

 

Marysville Police investigating serious injury motorcycle accident

On Saturday, Sept.10, just after 6 p.m., Marysville officers responded to a reported collision involving a single motorcycle in the 14200 block of Smokey Point Blvd., in Marysville. During the investigation, officers learned the operator of the motorcycle was traveling southbound with two other...

 

Rider of motorized scooter injured in collision

On Friday, Sept. 9th, just before 4 p.m., Marysville officers responded to a reported collision involving a pickup truck and a motorized scooter in the 1300 block of State Ave., in Marysville. During the investigation, officers learned the driver of the truck, a 51-year-old Marysville man, was...

 

Jackqualine K. Anderson

Jackqualine K. Anderson was born on June 4, 1938 and passed away on Sept. 4, 2016. Arrangements under the direction of Weller Funeral Home, Arlington, Wash....

 

James Bergan

James Bergan was born on Jan. 5, 1929 and passed away on Sept. 6, 2016. Arrangements under the direction of Weller Funeral Home, Arlington, Wash....

 

Janice Bonneywell

Janice Bonneywell returned to her heavenly home on Aug. 12, 2016, after a long courageous battle with cancer. Janice was blessed with a large and loving family. Janice raised her six children with patience, discipline and humility. From the...

 

Michael Anthony Cox

Michael Anthony Cox, 24, died on September 2, 2016. Michael was an amazing and loving son, father and brother. He was in love with the Lord and always wanting to do his will by helping others. He will be greatly missed by all. He is survived by his...

 

Bill Deeter

Bill Deeter was born in Everson, WA, November 19, 1941, to Arnold and Betty Deeter. He passed away August 20, 2016. He is survived by his wife Judy, daughters Lorrie Torrence and Vicki Henschel, son Dana Deeter, step-daughter Denise Daubney, step-son Walter Daubney, grandson Tyson, step-grandsons...

 

Sylvia Ruth (Strotz) Dycus

Sylvia Ruth Dycus was born on Feb. 17, 1926, and died on Aug. 27, 2016, at her home in Arlington Heights. She was the grand-daughter of one of the Stillaguamish Valley pioneer families. Sylvia is survived by her husband, Julius Dycus. They settled...

 

Johnny Jerome Gibson Jr.

Johnny Jerome Gibson Jr., of Tulalip, passed away Sept. 5, 2016. He was born Aug. 17, 1979 in Oroville, Calif. to Johnny Gibson Sr. and Lawana Watson. He was a loving son, grandson, brother, father and uncle. He is survived by his parents; siblings,...

 

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