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Articles from the October 21, 2015 edition

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Making Strides helps battle breast cancer

The "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" 5k run and walk for Snohomish County helped to raise more than $75,000 to support breast cancer research and patients. The American Cancer Society event...

 

New business park coming to Arlington

A little more than a million square feet of new industrial space could be added to Arlington within the next five years as development begins for a new $100 million business park. GS Venture...

 

Chamber hosts local candidate forum

Candidates for offices in Arlington and Snohomish County attended the Point Chamber of Commerce’s candidates forum to discuss their positions on Oct. 13. Those candidates included those running for Snohomish County Executive, Snohomish County...

 

Eagles top M-P, capture Wesco North title

Arlington football took the Wesco North title after beating Marysville-Pilchuck on Friday, Oct. 16. The Arlington Eagles defeated the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks 51-27. "I thought the game went...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    October 21, 2015

Arlington tops MG on the pitch

Arlington High School girls soccer took on Marysville Getchell on Thursday, Oct. 15, at Marysville Getchell. Arlington came out with the victory after a close game, and won 2-1. "It was a good match....

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    October 21, 2015

MG, M-P swim compete in Snohomish

Marysville Getchell and Marysville-Pilchuck girls swim competed against Snohomish and Glacier Peak high schools in a meet on Thursday Oct. 15. "Both teams did outstanding," Marysville-Pilchuck and...

 

Candy buyback benefits kids, troops

Smokey Point weight loss business Ideal Wellness will again be buying your candy this Halloween season as part of a candy buyback program. The candy will then be donated to Operation Gratitude, a...

 

Arlington hosts event to help fight breast cancer

The second annual “Taking Steps to Beat Breast Cancer” in Arlington will be held this Halloween to help raise money to support the American Cancer Society’s programs to help breast cancer patients. The 5k walk/run on Oct. 31 will be held at...

 

Future plans for local libraries will be discussed at meeting

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning for their next 10 years and are looking for public feedback on how the public wants to use their facilities. The tax-supported library district in Snohomish and Island...

 

Seared Scallops with Pea Puree and Lemon Beurre Blanc

Large sea scallops make an eye-popping impression on the plate and the palate. This dish was inspired by a desire to incorporate jumbo scallops on the Blackfish menu, to play with plate design present...

 

Local artist Mike Nordine is Kiwanis Citizen of the Year

Local business owner and metal artist Mike Nordine was awarded the Kiwanis Citizen of the Year award for helping bring his art to the community and local kids. Nordine received the award earlier this...

 

Hometown Halloween returns Oct. 31

The city of Arlington will host their Hometown Halloween again this year on Oct. 31, featuring a day of events including pumpkin rolling, a pumpkin carving contest and trick-or-treat events. Arlington United Church will provide a bouncy house, fun...

 

Let's support Mayor Tolbert

I have resided in Arlington for the past 65 years and have seen the town go through many changes and many mayors. Arlington’s population was between 3,500 and 4,000 for many of those years and the mayors were mainly figureheads with very little...

 

Vote for Jon Nehring

It’s never too late to make sure that you give our exemplary Mayor Jon Nehring of Marysville a landslide victory in November with your positive vote. Leadership that listens and truly cares. Laurel Parratt Marysville...

 

Arlington public safety on the ballot

After working for over 39 years in public safety in Arlington (EMS & Fire), and being a part of building a program that was second to none, I have watched the decline of a first-class Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program, and can no longer be...

 

Council takes input on budget

The city of Arlington is considering a 1 percent increase on it’s property tax levy for Emergence Medical Services (EMS), but no increase on the general fund property tax. A public hearing was scheduled for this Monday’s meeting. A final vote on...

 

House plants do amazing things

Back in the late '60s when I was finishing up my undergraduate studies house plants were all the rage. In the trade we referred to them as foliage plants and had it not been for the draft and the...

 

Young Nan Thomas

In Loving Memory of Young Nan Thomas, "Nan." Nan passed away and went home to the Lord on 14 October 2014. Nan was a very beautiful Soul and touched the hearts many in a special way. She came to the...

 

Clarence M. Arends

Clarence M. Arends, age 91, of Marysville, passed away on Oct. 12, 2015. Clarence was born Dec. 28, 1923, in Aurora, South Dakota, to Claus and Anna Arends. He is survived by his loving wife of 72...

 

Judy Ann (Sesby) Crow

Judy Ann Crow passed away on Oct. 12, 2015. Judy was born Sept. 18, 1943 in Everett to Jarl and Jeanette Sesby. She did contract/purchasing work for Snohomish County PUD and Sound Transit. Judy is...

 

Phillip Charles Eddy

Phillip Charles Eddy passed away on Oct. 3, 2015. He was born May 8, 1955 to Roland and Evelyn Eddy. After his service with the Marines, he went to work for the Postal Service, where he retired after...

 

Robert G. "Bob" Esmay

Bob Esmay was born Feb. 27, 1942, in Seattle and passed away on Oct. 10, 2015. He was born to George Esmay and Jessie Robertson. He is survived by his wife, Linda Esmay; his daughter Lenora Mayer,...

 

Howard Fenstra

Howard Fenstra, 51, of Arlington, Wash. was born in Everett on October 17, 1963, to Howard Fenstra and Joanne Smith. He passed away peacefully on October 7, 2015 at Providence Hospital. Howard worked as a plumber and retired after ten years. He was...

 

Mary Louise Grant

Mary Louise Grant peacefully passed on Oct. 9, 2015. She was born on Nov. 2, 1923 in Nashville, TN to Bryan and Lela Pearson. Mary and her husband Claude lived in Eureka until 1956 when they moved to...

 

Walter J. "Jerry" Green

Walter J. "Jerry" Green was called on Oct. 2, 2015, to join the Lord, from his home in Marysville, Wash. Born in Seattle on March 10, 1947, Jerry lived over 36 years in Marysville. He worked as a...

 

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