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Articles from the March 4, 2015 edition

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Interfaith vigil helps community heal

On the four-month anniversary of the Oct. 24 M-PHS school shooting, faith leaders from 18 different local communities came to the school to hold an interfaith vigil together. Various cultures came to...

 

Students participate in mock trial

Students in the Arlington area are taking to the courtroom to question, object and cross-examine as part of the mock trial program. The mock trial program involves students taking part in a simulated...

 

Tulalip, Marysville school officials discuss recovery, curriculum

The Marysville School Board and Tulalip tribal officials met on Feb. 23 to discuss ongoing recovery efforts and Native American education in Marysville. Recovery efforts remain one of the biggest...

 

Eagles head to State

For the third year in a row, the Lady Eagles are going to the state tournament. Arlington knocked off Shadle Park High School last Saturday by a final score of 52-35 in the regional round of the tournament to clinch a berth among the state’s final...

 

M-P going to Hardwood Classic

For the Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball team, two years can make all the difference. Two years ago, the Tomahawks won a single game and lost 19. They scored just 43 points per game, and lost their 19 games by an average of 18 points. This season...

 

M-PHS music boosters plan auction fundraiser

The fourth annual "For the Love of Music" dinner and silent auction to raise money for Marysville-Pilchuck High School's music programs will be on March 28. The dinner, put on by the Marysville Music...

 

AHS Drama presents Cinderella

Arlington High School's drama department will put on its next play this month, a retelling of Cinderella set in Victorian times. Performances are on March 6, 7, 13 and 14. They begin at 7 p.m. with an...

 

Annual bicycle event honors Oso this year

This year's annual McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride on March 15 will serve as a memorial to those affected by the Oso landslide. Five dollars from every rider's fees will support the Oso-area Whitehorse...

 

Prom dresses available for Snohomish County girls

Girls having trouble getting a dress for their prom can stop by Arlington's Kid Kloset on March 14 and April 11 to receive a dress on loan. The annual "Prom Dress Open Closet" event supports any...

 

Planet Fitness now open in Marysville

The new Planet Fitness gym will try to create a comfortable and casual environment for those going to the gym, said owner Chris Odum. Odum, who runs a Planet Fitness in Renton as well, opened his...

 

What to do about biting

Dear Ms. Davis, I have a two-year-old daughter. Yesterday, we were having a playdate with a friend and her son, who is almost 3. My daughter bit him while they were playing. I was so embarrassed ......

 

Schwippert named Artist of the Year

An Arlington artist, Verena Schwippert, was honored Saturday evening as Snohomish County Artist of the Year, at Schack Art Center's H'Arts auction. She shares the honor with photographer James Arrabit...

 

Arlington Library offers wide variety of activities

The Arlington Library has a variety of activities scheduled in March. Children and Families Ready Reader: Toddler Play to Learn Storytime: Jump and bounce into a magical world of stories, music and mo...

 

Rants and Raves 3/4/15

RAVE: It’s Girl Scouts cookie time. Thank you to all the kids and their parents who are spending their time selling these cookies (including my personal favorite Tagalongs) to raise funds for this great organization. And a big “Thank You” also...

 

Variety of classes offered by Parks & Rec

The Arlington and Marysville Parks and Recreation departments are offering a variety of activities in March. Arlington Art Class for youth ages 8-18. Learn the skills for drawing and watercolor painting with scenes from your hometown. Taught by...

 

Conifers - 50 shades of green

Sorry. I couldn't resist jumping on the "50 Shades Bandwagon." But it is true that even within the world of needle-leafed evergreens (what we nursery types call conifers) there is a wide variety of ch...

 

To-Do list for March

Just in case you forgot, the first week of every month I will give you a list of chores for the month. Be forewarned. I expect you to get out and accomplish these things. Trust me, in the end you will be glad you did. Here we go. Frost Protection:...

 

Chocolate Ganache

It's chilly outside, and what better way to warm up than with a big, comforting mug of chocolaty, hot chocolate. This is not like any hot cocoa you get from the grocery store packets, but chocolate...

 

Norman R. Anderson

Norman R. Anderson passed away peacefully Feb. 26, 2015, in Marysville, Wash. He was born on February 9, 1921 in Marysville and graduated from Marysville High School in 1939. He went on to own Norman...

 

Drew Lehman Brown

Drew Lehman Brown passed unexpectedly on Feb. 18, 2015 in Everett, Wash. He was born on Feb. 18, 1995 in Arlington. He left behind his parents, Jeremy and Lyla Brown; brothers, Jeremy and Garett...

 

Davida Lorene Caesar

Davida Lorene Caesar, 90, of Arlington, died Feb. 18, 2015 in Stanwood. Davida was born Nov. 25, 1924. After beginning her married life raising 3 boys, she adopted Anita as a baby. When her sons left...

 

Rodney Jay Garka

Rodney Jay Garka, 45, passed away Feb. 22, 2015 in Marysville, Washington. Services are being planned for a date to be decided in the future....

 

Randall Eugene Henry

Randall Eugene Henry, 50 of Tulalip passed away Feb. 22, 2015. He was born October 15, 1964 in Everett, Wash. to John and Barbara (Bull) Henry. He was a commercial fisherman, enjoying fishing with...

 

Boyd Roger Jelvik

Roger Jelvik passed away on Feb. 24, 2015 at Everett Providence Hospital He was born April 14, 1937. A potluck gathering was held on Feb. 28 at the 7 Lakes Mobile Park Community Club in Arlington....

 

Peter Keating

Peter Keating, 65, of Marysville, died peacefully on Feb. 7, 2015. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend of 45 years, Patricia, and his sons, Bill and Pete. Born on February 28, 1949 in...

 

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