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Articles from the September 23, 2015 edition

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Families enjoy Airport Appreciation Day

Families learned about local aviation while kids received free flights above the surrounding regions during this year's Airport Appreciation Day. The Arlington Municipal Airport held its annual...

 

Marysville bans vaping in parks

The Marysville City Council voted on Sept. 14 to ban e-cigarettes/vaporizers in the city's parks. E-cigarettes, also known as vaporizers, are devices that simulate the feel of smoking without the...

 

Randalls earn Lifetime Achievement Award

Chuck and Bea Randall were presented with a Community Lifetime Achievement Award on Sept. 16 for their work in the Arlington education system, local sports and the community. The Stillaguamish Senior...

 

O'Dea shuts out Tomahawks 49-0

The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks felt a tough loss against the Fighting Irish of O'Dea at their Sept. 18 home game, losing 49-0. Marysville-Pilchuck failed to score a single touchdown Friday night,...

 

Arlington boys tennis falls to Stanwood in close match

Arlington boys tennis lost by one point at their Wednesday home match against Stanwood High School. Both schools won two of the four singles matches, but Stanwood's doubles teams took the winning...

 

Chargers get season's first win on the pitch

Marysville Getchell's girls soccer scored a 3-1 home win against Newport High School on Saturday, Sept. 19. After a slow start to the game, the Chargers took possession and their offense made...

 

Heat your home more efficiently

With colder weather right around the corner, many homeowners are once again giving thought to their home heating needs and if it is possible to heat their homes more efficiently. The United States...

 

Creating fall, winter interest in your garden

For anyone who has followed my columns over the years, you will recognize the following mantra: "If you want year 'round interest in your garden, you need to go to the garden center once a month and b...

 

Oso Chapel celebrates 100th anniversary

The Oso Community Chapel likely started its foundation in 1915 and the community around it today came together on Sept. 19 to celebrate its centennial anniversary. About 100 years ago the...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook is kicking off a new weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will...

 

Skate shop Unknown opens in Marysville

Graham Callan hopes to combine his passion for art and skateboarding at his recently opened skate shop Unknown, located in central Marysville. "Its definitely my mission to bring art and...

 

Soroptimists plan annual auction

The Soroptimist International of Marysville's Annual Benefit Auction at the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point is slated for Oct. 23. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.. This years' theme is "Under the Big Top."...

 

Viking Fest comes to Arlington

Learn about Arlington’s Scandinavian heritage while participating in Viking-themed events at downtown Arlington’s newest event, the Viking Fest and Pub Tour on Oct. 3. The tug-of-war tournament will be one of the main events of the day, said...

 

Arlington Fly-In funding

Curt Hecla’s recent Letter to the Editor read that the Arlington Fly-In also received government funding after the 530 slide. As President of the Board of Directors for the Arlington Fly-In, I oversee budgets and review the financial statements. I...

 

Christianson for Mayor

The upcoming Mayoral election is an important one. An important question to ask is, is the city better off than it was 4 years ago. The quick answer would be yes. But that’s an easy answer. Four years ago, the economy was bad all over the country....

 

Arlington City Council discusses amendment to animal care code

A crowd of animal rights advocates filled Arlington City Council chambers for the workshop meeting Monday, Sept. 14, when Deputy Police Chief Jonathan Ventura reviewed options for updating the city’s animal care and control codes on tethering anima...

 

Families get a taste of pioneer life

Local kids got a taste of pioneer life as they helped milk cows and grind wheat at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association's annual Pioneer Days on Sept. 19. Exhibits at this year's Pioneer Days...

 

Rachelle (Amundson) Anderson

Rachelle transitioned peacefully out of this world on Sept. 11, 2014. Rachelle was born in Circle, Montana on Jan. 21, 1933. The last chapters of her life included living at the house in Arlington...

 

June Helen Crawford

June Helen Crawford passed away on September 4, 2015. June was born on May 30, 1924 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. In 1938, at the age of fourteen, June moved to the Northwest, which would become her lifelong home. June is survived by her daughters,...

 

Anita Lee Gould

On Sept. 6, 2015 Anita Lee Gould returned to heaven. Anita was born in Castle Rock, Washington. She was preceded in death by parents Edwin Lee and Esther Lee. Anita met Barry Gould in Longview and...

 

Patty (Giddens) Mongillo

On Aug. 24, 2015, Patty Mgnillo fell into the comfort of our savior Jesus' arms. Born March 12 1945. She was preceded in death by her father Bud Sordoff. She was a loving stepmom to Lincoln and Peter...

 

Corrine Connie Nethercut

Connie Nethercut passed away peacefully this past May at the age of 96. Connie was born July 25, 1918 in Marysville to Borgild and Lauritz Fagerland. She was one of seven children and graduated from Marysville High School. After graduating, she met...

 

Marilyn Ann (Bell) Sandven

Marilyn Ann Sandven of Arlington passed away on September 1, 2015. She was born October 20, 1935, in Bellingham, Washington to Dora Goenen and Raymond Bell. She was preceded in death by husband,...

 

Richard "Dick" Smith

Richard "Dick" Smith passed away after a logging accident on Sept. 16, 2015. Dick was born in Arlington, Wash. to Frances Smith on Sept. 30, 1952. His logging career started soon after he graduated...

 

Karrie Spitzer

Karrie Spitzer, of Marysville, was just 40 years old when she passed away on Sept. 18, 2015. Karrie was born in Everett on Nov. 19, 1974. She married Michael James Spitzer in 1997. Karrie loved the...

 

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