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Articles from the October 1, 2014 edition

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Stilly Natural Resources moves into new building

The Stillaguamish Tribe's Natural Resources department, which has promoted environmental sustainability since its formation in the 70's, has a new state of the art building. The building has been in...

 

Two Marysville dog charity advocates recognized

Jennifer Ward and Elizabeth Woche were recognized as Marysville Volunteers of the Month for running Save-A-Mutt, a local organization that raises money for dog-based charities. "If you love dogs,...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

Gov. Inslee appoints Navy Capt. Doug Roulstone to fill vacant state House seat

Gov. Jay Inslee today appointed retired Navy Capt. Doug Roulstone to temporarily fill the vacant state House seat from Snohomish County's 44th Legislative District.  Roulstone fills the seat left...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

PUD advises to set your water heater at a safe temperature

The PUD reminds you to set your home water heater no higher than 120 degrees. This temperature setting reduces the risk of accidental scalding, especially to children and the elderly. It also saves energy and helps reduce your utility bill. To set...

 

Arlington storming through league schedule

Momentum is everything in high school volleyball. And the Eagles have grabbed a lion's-share and aren't looking back. The season is barely a month old, but Arlington is already emerging as one of the...

 

Lakewood loss makes Cascade Conference three-way battle

Not a seat was empty in the Lakewood stadium bleachers last Friday, and fans even braved the fierce rain by lining up along the fence opposite the field to catch a glimpse of two Cascade Conference...

 

Prep Round-Up

Prep Roundup Andrew Kneeland, andrew@northcountyoutlook.com Arlington Boy's tennis: Arlington swept Marysville-Pilchuck last week, but fell to Everett by a score of 5-2. The Eagles hosted Marysville-G...

 

Joyner to play in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl

Marysville-Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner has been selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl on January 4. The Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, sponsored by the Marine Corp,...

 

Arlington soccer unbeaten no more

The Eagles endured the bitter taste of losing for the first time last week, and they didn't like it. Before last week's game against league-leading Shorecrest, Arlington was without a loss. In fact,...

 

Marysville Sunrise Rotary cleans up local street

The Marysville Sunrise Rotary Club got together on Saturday, September 27 to clean up 88th St. in Marysville. The Club hosts this semi-annual event every Fall and Spring. Pictured: Dan Nelson, Glenn...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

Energy-saving tips. bill payment options, videos & more

You’ll find many valuable tools, resources and customer-friendly features at the PUD’s website, www.snopud.com. Customers can pay their bills online. Students can research new energy sources. Solar energy enthusiasts can explore options for...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

Schack Art Center to Host Children's Art Show from Domestic Violence Shelter"

Schack Art Center will be hosting a month long viewing of children’s art work from the children who have stayed at the Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County (DVS) 52 bed emergency confidential shelter. “This art show is a chance to view...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

County seeking applicants for tourism promotion funds

Local public or nonprofit agencies who have projects that will develop or promote tourism in Snohomish County are encouraged to apply for 2015 Tourism Assistance Program funding. Funds may be used for out-of-county marketing and promotion of events...

 

My October To-Do list

It is official. As of the 24th of this month the days are now shorter than the nights and will continue to be so for the next six months. While that might sound depressing the fact is that Mother Natu...

 

Arlington neighborhood learns about stormwater ponds

Arlington city met with residents in the Crown Ridge neighborhood the weekend of September 20 where they presented a Stormwater Management Workshop. Dan Burdell, a city vactor truck operator, showed the community just what it takes to properly...

 

Marysville looking at fire district options, including merging with District 12

To handle the costs of fire service Marysville city council members looked at a study about potentially forming a regional fire authority with Fire District 12, which would create a separate and new fire district in the District 12 and Marysville...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

Gov. Inslee announces $4.3 million federal grant to prepare state for impacts of military downsizing

Washington state has received a $4.3 million Department of Defense (DOD) grant to support local efforts to address the impact of potential downsizing of the state’s defense industry, Gov. Jay Inslee announced today. The funding, from the DOD...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    October 1, 2014

Sno-Isle Libraries to host free job-hunting workshops

WorkSource Snohomish County will present free workshops for job seekers this fall in collaboration with eight community libraries. The workshops are “Interview Like a Star,” for which participants are expected to come dressed for an interview;...

 

Snohomish County Invites Public Comment on the 2015 Growth Management Act Comprehensive Plan Update

Snohomish County is requesting the public and interested organizations to review and comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the 2015 GMA Comprehensive Plan Update. The comment period runs through October 8. The DEIS examines...

 

Bourne Ortho having their Halloween candy buy back again this year

Bourne Orthodontics is, once again, holding their annual Halloween Candy Buy Back! Bring those unopened and unwanted Halloween treats to Bourne Orthodontics and you will receive $2 per pound of candy. Dr. Bourne will also donate $2 per pound to the...

 

Munizza awarded Stillaguamish Senior Center's Lifetime Achievement

Ruth Porter Munizza was honored at a breakfast on September 17 where she received her Lifetime Achievement Award from the Stillaguamish Senior Center. Munizza was born at St. John's Hospital in Port...

 
 By Pam Stevens    Opinion    October 1, 2014

Should anyone think they are the exception to rules?

After spending hours getting dolled up for the high school Homecoming dance, dozens of girls were not allowed in because their dresses weren’t up to the school’s dress code. Girls were crying and upset because they had not only wasted hours...

 

Will voters support tax increases for government pay raises?

By: Jason Mercier Director, Center for Government Reform Washington Policy Center (Tri-Cities office) First the good news, state revenue is currently projected to grow by $2.75 billion (8.2%) over 2013-15 for use in the 2015-17 budget. The bad news...

 

Arlington School District to have levy on upcoming ballot

Arlington Public Schools will be bringing a one-time Transportation Vehicle Fund Levy before the voters in the November 4, 2014 election. This is a two-year levy with the assessed value of $.49 per $1,000 to provide $1,500,000 in 2015 and another...

 

Lakewood elementary students fun run to raise money

Students of Lakewood's Cougar Creek Elementary and English Crossing Elementary hurdle over one of the obstacles at the "Lakewood Cougar Challenge" on Sept. 27. The first annual fun run raises money...

 

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