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Articles from the October 14, 2015 edition

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MSD hands out Chromebooks

Every student in the Marysville School District above elementary school will have their own Chromebook to use in and out of class this year. Chromebooks are small laptops, similar to Apple iPads, that allow students to constantly have access to the...

 

State Auditor's Office releases Arlington audit

The city of Arlington has a few issues with money and resource management that it plans to fix after its recent audit from the Washington State Auditor's Office. In March the state office finished their 2013 audit of the city, which was held longer...

 

Future of Lakewood will be focus of meeting set for Oct. 21

The city of Marysville plans to hold a neighborhood meeting to discuss the future of the Lakewood neighborhood and recent transportation plans on Oct. 21. The meeting will be held at the Lakewood Middle School Commons at 16800 16th Dr. NE, in...

 

Eagles capture Stilly Cup with 50-19 win

Playing to a stadium full of Stanwood students celebrating their homecoming, Arlington football rumbled to a win and captured the Stilly Cup trophy at their Friday night game against Stanwood on Oct. 9. The Eagles fought hard and took the title with...

 

Lakewood hosts Hole in the Wall

The annual Hole in the Wall cross country meet brought 81 high schools to Lakewood High School on Saturday, Oct. 8. Runners competed throughout the day in the rain and wind which made the course a less-than-ideal condition of mud and wet grass....

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    October 14, 2015

Getchell volleyball falls to Lynnwood

Marysville Getchell battled in a tough match on Thursday, Oct. 8, against the Lynnwood Royals who defeated the Chargers by winning all three games: 25-14, 25-18, and 25-16. "Lynnwood's a tough team," said head coach Kara Veach following the match....

 

#MP Stronger: A Walk of Strength set for Oct. 24

As the anniversary of last year's Marysville-Pilchuck High School shootings approaches, the community's Recovery Committee has planned a memorial event for the day. The memorial, titled "#MPstronger: A Walk of Strength," will be held at the M-PHS...

 

Pumpkin patches open for Halloween season

Three local Arlington farms have opened their pumpkin patches for the Halloween season and will be open through the end of the month. Strotz's has a large selection of pumpkins. They are open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day except Sunday, which they...

 

My Awesome Dogs opens in Marysville

Melody Patrick hopes to bring authentic Chicago-style hot dogs to the area with her new hot dog stand My Awesome Dogs in north Marysville. The stand, at 13901 Smokey Point Blvd., Marysville, opened on Aug. 24 but held its grand opening on Oct. 5. Pat...

 

Arlington hosts Sk8 Festival

Heavy rain and wind couldn't keep longboarders away from the Arlington Sk8 Festival on Saturday, Oct. 10. Local couple Angela and Chris Kuhn took the reins of the three-year-old event this year, turning it into a festival which included multiple...

 

County, local races on Nov. 3 ballot

Ballots for the Nov. 3 general election are scheduled to be mailed out Oct. 15, which will include many local city and county races for voters. The last day to register to vote by mail was Oct. 5, but new voters can register in-person at the county’s Auditor’s Office through Oct. 26. The office...

 

Understanding the Northwest Treaty Tribes

Did you know that over the past four decades the 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington have reduced their salmon harvests by more than 75 percent to protect the resource? That tribes have restored thousands of miles of fish and wildlife habitat? That tribal hatcheries release about 40...

 

Be an informed voter

The citizens of Arlington have a unique opportunity to examine both sides of a controversy which is tearing our town apart. State auditors have completed an audit of city financial transactions amid accusations of mismanagement and fraud. The audit is for the city of Arlington operations, including...

 

Council approves road improvement plan

Arlington City Council approved last Monday, Oct. 5, the annual Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), including an overlay on 67th Avenue, from 172nd Street to 188th, and repairs to 59th Avenue, a project scheduled for this year that was not completed. Next year’s plan includes improvements on...

 

All things coniferous

As much as I hate to admit it, it is time to jettison the summer color and start thinking about what will look good in the garden all winter. As the perennials melt down, the annuals die and the deciduous trees and shrubs shed their foliage, the...

 

Larry Kuney

Larry Kuney, 84, of Arlington, Wash. went home to be with the Lord on October 7, 2015. Funeral services will be held for family and friends at Immaculate Conception Church in Arlington on Oct. 15, 2015 at 10 a.m. A reception will be held after funeral services. Burial services for Larry will be at...

 

Donald Howard Lyons

Donald Howard Lyons, born June 16, 1934 passed away on September 22, 2015. Memorial services will be held at Marysville Nazarene Church, 8240 64th St NE, Marysville on Oct. 24, 2015 at 2 p.m....

 

Steven Allen Posey

Steve, born Aug. 4, 1947, passed away at his home in Marysville, Wash. on Sept. 25, 2015. Steve served as a sergeant in the Army Honor Guard in Korea. He is survived by his loving mom, Viola Posey. He is preceded in death by his father, Victor...

 

Michael Dean Proo

Michael Dean Proo passed away Oct. 5, 2015. Michael was born August 10, 1973, to Max Proo and Carolyn Oliver. He was an accountant. Michael is survived by his life partner, Keena Jackson; aughter, Keisha Mendez; mother, Carolyn Oliver; two brothers,...

 

Robert L. Roberts Jr.

Rob passed away on Labor Day 2015. Rob was born in Seattle, Wash. He was in the U.S. Air Force from 1966 to 1970. Much of his working career was for Xerox Corporation. Rob was preceded in death by his father, Robert Roberts Sr. and his mother,...

 

Laurent "Larry" Francois Savoie

Larry was born on May 22, 1924 in Saint Boniface, Manitoba to Arthur and Eugenie Savoie. In 1967 Larry moved his family to Marysville, Washington. He worked for several companies, eventually working for Kenmore Air. He is survived by his son, Marc;...

 

Ed Turner

Ed Turner, 72, went on to heaven Oct. 6, 2015. Ed had an inspiring strong spirit that allowed him to golf and bowl during his entire 13-month battle with cancer. Ed was a quiet, gentle man who loved talking to and helping people. Ed's immediate family include his wife of 24 years, Michelle Turner;...

 

Sandra Lea Macpherson Wynkoop

Sandee was born in Ohio on March 19, 1954, and passed away Oct. 1, 2015. She is survived by her daughter, Angela Paulin Cline, of California; five siblings, Stuart MacPherson, Donald MacPherson and wife Colleen, and Gregory MacPherson of Washington,...

 

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