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Articles from the October 11, 2017 edition

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Arlington hosts Viking Fest

Archers, axe throwers, blacksmiths and other re-enactors helped to demonstrate Viking life at the third annual Viking Fest on Oct. 7 and 8. The event is put on by the Downtown Arlington Business...

 

Local cities team up to fight panhandling

Marysville and Arlington officials worked together on a community resource brochure that they hope will guide people to organizations that help homeless individuals instead of giving money directly...

 

AHS students bring back Lip Dub video tradition

Student leadership at Arlington High School helped bring back a tradition that has been absent for a couple of years: the school's "Home Dub" Lip Dub video. Numerous students from the Arlington...

 

M'ville considers Stay Out of Drug Area

Marysville officials may approve a new "Stay Out of Drug Area" for north Marysville/Lakewood that would prevent some offenders from returning to the area. The potential ordinance would allow for...

 

Arlington pummels Tomahawks 49-14

The Arlington football team welcomed the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks for the Eagles' homecoming game on Oct. 6. The Eagles wasted no time on offense as they scored on a long touchdown pass within...

 

Lakewood hosts Hole in the Wall

The Nike Hole in the Wall Invitational was hosted by the Lakewood Cougars on Oct. 7. The invitational is the largest high school cross country meet every year in Washington state, and this year includ...

 

Grace Academy defeats Friday Harbor Wolverines

The Grace Academy soccer team welcomed the Friday Harbor Wolverines to their home field on Oct. 6. Earlier in the season the Eagles lost to Friday Harbor by a score of 3-0, but this time around they...

 

Planting bulbs requires optimism

I think it is safe to say that any gardener worth his/her salt has got to be an eternal optimist. Whether we are planting seeds, bulbs, or actual plants, our focus is always on the end result, the...

 

Improve efficiency of home appliances

Home improvement projects often involve remodeling. But homeowners can improve their homes without ever picking up a hammer. Upgrading a home's appliances with products that are more eco-friendly can...

 

Tulalip Tribes' Unity Month begins with Color Run

Tulalip Youth Services kicked off their Unity Month with a 'Say Something' Color Run meant to promote mental health on Oct. 7. "Today is a color run for suicide prevention awareness," said Rachel...

 

Local farms gear up for Halloween

With October's arrival, corn maze and pumpkin patches are opening for the season, including at least two in Arlington. Biringer's Black Crow Pumpkins and Corn Maze Biringer's Black Crow Pumpkins and...

 

Students learn life-saving skills from firefighters

Firefighters from the Arlington Fire Department are visiting Arlington elementary schools giving students important tips that could save their lives during a fire. Students learned how to: stay low...

 

Marysville chamber hosts first Brew & Cider Fest

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce hosted their first Brew & Cider Fest on Oct. 6 at the Marysville Opera House. This was the first year the chamber put on a brewfest. Multiple local...

 

Partnership helps those fighting breast cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month which is intended to increase awareness about breast cancer, its diagnosis, treatment and recovery programs. There are a number of local resources available...

 

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer raises money for research, programs

Snohomish County's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will return this year on Oct. 14 to provide funding and support to breast cancer survivors in the area. The event from the American Cancer...

 

Atlantic salmon must go

The backlash against Atlantic salmon farms in western Washington continues to grow as more than 100,000 of the non-native fish remain unaccounted for following the collapse of a Cooke Aquaculture...

 

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 elect one to run in...

 

Road design nearing completion

At this Monday’s workshop meeting, Oct. 9, Arlington City Council was scheduled to review two right-of-way acquisitions, an amendment to a contract with Reid Middleton, and an agreement with WSDOT, all toward construction of the Arlington Valley...

 

Arlington Arts Council auction will be held Oct. 21

In recognition of the partnership that Arlington Arts Council enjoys with the city of Arlington, the city’s Public Works Director Jim Kelly has been named Art Advocate of 2017. The Sarah M. Arney Art Advocate of the Year award was established nine...

 

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