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Articles from the October 7, 2015 edition

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Marysville schools will get more SROs

The Marysville Police Department will be able to more than double the number of officers that it assigns to local schools because of a recently received federal grant. The federal Department of...

 

Trafton School property put up for sale

The Trafton Elementary School building has been put up for sale or lease by the Arlington School District. The building, which was built in 1912, is one of the oldest schoolhouses in the state and is...

 

Join Mayor Jon Nehring for coffee and conversation Oct. 9 at Marysville Library

Residents interested in meeting Mayor Jon Nehring and discussing city events and issues are invited to a Coffee Klatch from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Friday, Oct. 9, at the Marysville Library.  The Marysville Library is located at 6120 Grove Street....

 

Rep. Larsen visits Arlington mattress recycling facility

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen came to the Arlington Recycle Warehouse to look into a unique recycling center in the area. The recycling center is one of only two in the state that focus on mattresses. Mike...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    October 7, 2015

Eagles battle to 1-0 win over Stanwood

Arlington girls soccer took a 1-0 win on home territory against Stanwood on Wednesday, Sept. 30. The Eagles played a fast-paced and physical game, and dominated possession. Head coach Nathan Davis was...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    October 7, 2015

Chargers host annual Twilight Invite

The ninth annual Twilight Cross Country Invitational brought over 30 high schools to compete on Saturday, Oct. 4, at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville. Hosted by Marysville Getchell, the meet...

 

M-P earns 49-10 victory in Berry Bowl

The two Marysville high schools faced off on Friday, Oct. 2 to compete in the annual Berry Bowl football game. The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks came out with the victory over the Marysville Getchell...

 

Do you have the Sugar Blues?

Have you ever eaten a meal only to want to eat again shortly thereafter? Are you constantly tired and experiencing sugar highs and lows? You know, the ones where you feel like you can take on the...

 

Grief support group meets in Marysville

Marysville’s Mountain View Presbyterian Church will begin their fourth year helping local individuals deal with grief with their 2015 Fall GriefShare series. The program is meant to help individuals handling death and handling the loss of someone...

 

Finding the right contractor

Home improvement projects tend to be costly. Because of the considerable financial investment homeowners must make when improving their homes, it's important to find a contractor you can trust and fee...

 

Arlington hosts Viking Fest

Pizza-eating contests, tug-of-war tournaments and sword and shield demonstrations overtook Legion Park in Arlington last weekend as part of the Viking Fest and Pub Tour on Oct. 3. The event sponsored...

 

Our Best Friends

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

 

Volunteers help install new Haller boat ramp

Volunteers came to Haller Park on Oct. 3 to help finish Arlington's new boat launch that is scheduled to be open this month. The new launch connects to the Stillaguamish River and is meant for small...

 

New sculpture in Arlington

Thanks to funds raised at the 2014 Fall into Art Auction, the Arlington Arts Council commissioned a sculpture of an osprey by Dan Brown, of Okanogan. In a partnership with the Trail Coalition of...

 

Community Resource Center holds Oct. 1 grand opening

The Arlington Community Resource Center, a center to help local families in need, held its grand opening on Oct. 1. Although open since July of this year, the center held its ribbon cutting and grand...

 

Improvements coming to Marysville streets

The city of Marysville installed some of their first traffic circles last month and plan to make other street safety improvements including sidewalks to their roads. For a driver there's not much...

 

Food bank hosts open house

Marysville community members got to see what the customer experience was like at the Marysville Community Food Bank on Sept. 30 at the food bank's open house and fundraiser. Dell Deierling, executive...

 

Fall into Art Auction scheduled for Oct. 17

Arlington Arts Council's 13th annual Fall into Art Auction promises an evening of fun starting with a free glass of bubbly, courtesy Dwayne Lane's Arlington Chevrolet, and a chance to win the Early Bi...

 

George Boulton named Art Advocate of 2015

The Arlington Arts Council has announced its Art Advocate of 2015 will be awarded to George Boulton during its 13th annual Fall into Art Auction on Oct. 17. Boulton has supported the arts in...

 

Vintage store Ruste opens in Arlington

Locals Dave Dash and wife Mary Dash opened their new vintage store in Arlington, Ruste, where they hope to sell many unique vintage items. A variety of vintage, antique and collectible items are...

 

Dwayne Lane's opens at Island Crossing

Arlington's Dwayne Lane Chevrolet finally made its move to the I-5 corridor, opening Sept. 24 on Smokey Point Boulevard south of Island Crossing. It took more than 20 years and a million dollars in at...

 

Arlington holds public hearing on TIP, LID

After workshop discussion last Monday, Sept. 28, Arlington City Council was scheduled to take input in a public hearing on a code update for low impact design for the city’s NPDES stormwater discharge permit and on its annual Transportation...

 

Now is the time to plant bulbs

I have fond memories of planting bulbs as a youngster. First, Mom and I would go to the garden center and study all the delicious varieties we had to choose from. Then, after making our decision and...

 

Oline K. Asmussen

Our beloved Mother, Oline K. Asmussen went to sleep for the last time on Sept. 2, 2015. She is survived by her four children, Marvin E. Stanfield, Douglas J. Stanfield and twin daughters, Kathrine R....

 

Ronald Wayne "Ron" Babcock

Ron passed away of Sept. 21, 2015 at home in Arlington, Wash. He was born in Winfield, Kansas to Margie Lee Babcock and Wayne Zoll Babcock. He served the U.S. Navy from 1959-1963 on the USS Tortuga....

 

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