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Articles from the October 23, 2013 edition

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Mathew James Barber

Mathew James Barber, passed away at the young age of 36, after a brief illness, on October 1, 2013. He is survived by his fiancée Haejong Kim, of Tacoma; his grandparents, Jim and Doris Winham, of Bakersfield, CA; along with numerous other family...

 

Cowboy musician makes Grammy bid

Arlington singer/songwriter Jesse Taylor's debut studio album, "Out Here in the Country," has been submitted to the Grammy Awards for nomination as the Best Country Album of 2013. The album contains...

 

Local scouts invited to view commemorative event

Over the past century, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) has made a point of sponsoring Boy Scout troops and Cub Scout packs across the country. To commemorate the church's long af...

 

Get rid of outdated meds safely

Police departments throughout Snohomish County are encouraging residents to securely dispose of unwanted medications Saturday, Oct. 26, during National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Residents can take unused prescriptions to secure disposal...

 

Marysville woman earns national award

Marysville resident and CPA Jeri Wilkes, chief financial officer of United Way of Snohomish County, was recently named Finance Officer of the Year by United Way Worldwide at a national conference in...

 

Help for vets at Legion post

On the fourth Monday of each month, veterans can get assistance for VA-related issues at American Legion Post 178, 2nd and Cedar, in Marysville, between the hours of noon and 4 p.m. Jerry Gedak, Snohomish County Veterans Service Officer, will join...

 

Autumn's bounty supports literacy

The Marysville Rotary Club is raising funds for its literacy efforts with the group's pumpkin patch at the Smokey Point Plant Farm again this year. The Rotary's Pumpkins for Literacy program, now in...

 

New library space features technology tools for all

The Marysville Library will celebrate the opening of its new “Creative Commons” area, a place for technology-based creativity, with its “TECHcitement” event on Nov. 2. The new Creative Commons area is a 1,700 sq. foot area in the center of...

 

Kissing cousins greet fall

Cousins Ellie Oakes and Aubree Wells come to a sweet agreement over their favorite pumpkin during the family's fall outing to The Farm at Swan's Lake in Snohomish....

 

Rotary president named Marysville's Volunteer of the Month

In recognition of his many efforts to help young people, Daryn Bundy was recognized as September's Volunteer of the Month for the city of Marysville during the Oct. 14 city council meeting. Bundy is...

 

Snohomish County now has a Level II trauma center

Following a rigorous application process and on-site clinical survey by the Washington State Department of Health, Providence Regional Medical Center has received an adult Level II Trauma Center...

 

Arlington Police host talk on drug/crime trends in city

Business owners in Arlington have been noticing a disturbing trend, even in the downtown core along Olympic Avenue. People who appear to be homeless, increased suspicious activities, the discovery of drug paraphernalia and a general uneasiness is cre...

 

City honors planning assistant

The City of Marysville announced the selection of Community Development planning assistant Amy Hess as Employee of the Month for September at the Oct. 14 City Council meeting. For the past six years, Hess worked as Deputy City Clerk in the...

 

Know your Arlington schools

Arlington Public Schools will be hosting the fall “Know Your Schools” event for elected officials, members of the community and families on Friday, October 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees will meet at 11:30 a.m. in the lobby of the...

 

Cascade Valley Hospital prepares for earthquake

Arlington's Cascade Valley Hospital participated in the Great Washington Shake Out, the largest earthquake drill in Washington history on Oct. 17. The state-wide drill happened in the morning and all...

 

Grace Academy students pitch in for conservation

Piper Wright, a student at Grace Academy, joined other members of the National Honor Society to plant new trees and native plants along the stream bed next to 67th Ave. in Marysville on Oct. 16 as...

 

Softball champs get a sign

The Arlington State Championship sign on the corner of Hwy. 530 and Hwy. 9 bears witness to the successes of Arlington High School teams, beginning with the 1924 football state champs. With their...

 

Blake has integrity

Editor, I am a Republican. Will I be voting for the Republican candidate for County Council District No. 1? No. You may ask why and the answer is Bill Blake has the integrity, experience, love for his community, always seeking to make Arlington a...

 

Marysville's spray park plans unveiled

The Marysville City Council reviewed plans for a Spray Park at Comeford Park and heard more opinions on the city's marijuana moratorium during the Oct. 14 meeting. Spray Park Parks and Recreation...

 

Retain Kamille Norton

Editor, As a mother of four school-aged children, my first priority is naturally the children of our community. I’m excited to have a candidate like Kamille Norton, who has a real investment in the safety and best interests of the children and...

 

Push Race was a blast

Editor, My family went and participated in the Centennial Trail Push Race that was held in Arlington on 10/12-10/13. What a great event! It was really neat to see the participants skate down Olympic Avenue under the lights and see them race through...

 

Traffic and train tracks loom large in Marysville City Council candidate races

Five of Marysville's seven City Council seats are up for election this year, and three of those positions have two contenders. Current councilmembers Donna Wright and Michael Stevens are running unopposed for the Pos. 2 and Pos. 4 seats,...

 

Arlington endures season of growing pains

Arlington might want to quickly turn the page on the 2013 tennis season, but the young team will one day look back and appreciate their year of growing pains. Perhaps sooner than they think. After...

 

Lakewood stays perfect with tough win over Cedarcrest

It wasn't pretty, but Lakewood got the job done. The game was a scoreless tie at halftime, but the Cougars relied on their defense and a late flurry of points to beat Cedarcrest 21-0 and remain unbeat...

 

Pilchuck tops Getchell for second win of year

With a new head coach and a young roster, Pilchuck is lacking in the "wins" category this season. But they have at least one thing going for them: A win over crosstown rival Getchell. The two...

 

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