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Articles from the March 11, 2015 edition

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Changes coming to Arlington's Haller Park

Arlington's Haller Park will likely be seeing at least two improvements constructed this summer, as the renovation of the park, which started last year, continues. New parking spaces are scheduled to...

 

M'ville tries new management at Cedarcrest

Marysville city officials hope that an outside management company can help make Cedarcrest Golf Course better at generating revenue and value for golfers. Premier Golf Centers LLC, which runs...

 

Chamber names new president

Jesica Stickles will be the new Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce president/CEO and hopes to run more events and build partnerships throughout the city. The chamber has spent the last several...

 

Eagles take fourth at State tournament

It might have seemed like déja-vu all over again for the Arlington Eagles following last weekend's big loss to Bishop Blanchet in the opening round of the 3A State Tournament at the Tacoma Dome. But...

 

M-P makes first trip to State since '93

Everything is bigger in the State tournament. Marysville-Pilchuck learned that the hard way last weekend at the Tacoma Dome, losing games to Eastside Catholic and Bellevue to prematurely end their...

 

LWSD plans open house, community info. night

The Lakewood School District will again be holding an Open House and Community Information Night. It is slated for March 17, 6-7:30 p.m., at Lakewood High School. This event is an opportunity for parents, students and the community to learn more abou...

 

M-PHS coaches, athletes honored

Two M-PHS coaches were recognized for their recent "Coach of the Year" awards and two students recognized for their own accomplishments during the March 2 Marysville School Board Meeting. M-PHS...

 

Communities to receive Medal of Valor

The state of Washington will be awarding its first Medal of Valor since 2007 to the communities of Oso, Arlington, Darrington and the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe. The four communities are being recognized for...

 

Code violations can be reported online

Marysville citizens can now report junk vehicles, neglected properties or other public nuisance violations online with the city's new online complaint form. The new form will help speed the reporting...

 

Mayor, Superintendent speak to Arlington students

Second-grade teachers, Ms. Bonds, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs. Neilson and Mrs. Stringer at Presidents Elementary found creative ways to teach students the district social studies learning standards. The...

 

Auction will raise funds for annual Silvana Fair

The Silvana Fair Auction this March will help to raise money for the annual Silvana Fair in July. The auction on March 14 is the main fundraiser for the Silvana Fair, one of the first fairs of the...

 

Children's Craft Fair

Marysville Parks and Recreation is offering a craft fair with items made by kids. This event takes place at the same time as the annual Easter Egg Hunt so there will be lots of shoppers on hand. Event will be Saturday, April 4, from 9:30 a.m. to...

 

Friends of the Arlington Library hold book sale

The Friends of the Arlington Library will host a two-day book and candy sale on Tuesday, March 10, and Wednesday, March 11, in the lobby of the Library at 105 N. Washington Avenue, in Arlington. The sale, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m....

 

Cougar band, Swingbeat perform at Disneyland

The Lakewood High School Cougar band and Jazz Choir Swingbeat arrived safety home recently from their trip to Disneyland. "They had a fabulous trip and were simply amazing in their performances, and...

 

Challenge Day changes lives

Challenge Day changed the lives of two groups of Arlington High School students and staff on Feb. 17 and 18. In addition, Feb. 19 was held for students from both Post and Haller middle schools. Challe...

 

Rants and Raves 3/11/15

RAVE: I want to thank the young mother that returned my purse to Safeway after I left it attached to my cart. It was with such fear that someone would take it, and then find out you took the trouble to go back in the store and return it. I cannot tha...

 

Cooperation keys salmon recovery

As we begin our third decade of the annual state and tribal salmon co-managers' salmon season setting process called North of Falcon, it's a good time to look at how far we've come and talk about our...

 

Village Theater presents 'Around the World in 80 Days'

Village Theater hits it out of the ballpark again with “Around the World in 80 Days,” a play by Mark Brown, based on Jules Verne’s 150-year-old novel. The story, set in the late 1800s, involves Phileas Fogg, and his wager that he can travel...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    March 11, 2015

Arlington council considers electronic timekeeping

Arlington City Council was scheduled this Monday, March 9, to review a software program for electronic timekeeping. The finance department is presenting an option from NOVAtime, one of several companies contacted. The cost-saving measure would reduce...

 

Parks & Rec. offers classes

Astronomy – Discover the Night Sky Discover the stars in this introduction to astronomy class with instructor Ken Hoffman and offered by the Marysville Parks and Recreation Department. This three-week class for ages 13 and older and youth ages...

 

Learning the art of Bonsai

Life can be stressful and the more we can do to relieve that stress the happier and healthier we can be. Nothing causes me more stress than trying to adjust to Daylight Saving Time and while I would...

 

Eileene Mary Underwood

Eileene Mary Underwood, 97, was born July 19, 1917 to Ethel M. and Ernest J. Crockett in Los Angeles, CA. She passed away February 21, 2015 in Stanwood, WA. She had two older brothers, Jack R. and...

 

Dorothy Jane Adkins

Dorothy Jane Adkins, long-time resident of Marysville, died peacefully on Feb. 27, 2015 in Everett at the age of 87. Dorothy was born and raised in Sheridan, Montana and moved to Bremerton with her parents in 1943. In 1952 she moved to Marysville...

 

Richard Berg

Richard Berg, 80, of Marysville, Wash., passed peacefully in his sleep on March 1, 2015. He was preceded in death by Catherine, his childhood sweetheart and wife of 46 years. Per his request, the...

 

Nancy Lou Booth

Nancy L. Booth, 81, of Marysville, Wash., passed away quietly at home on February 14, 2015, surrounded by family members. Per her wishes, there will be no memorial service....

 

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