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Articles from the October 25, 2017 edition

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Marysville police raise funds for Special Olympics

Marysville Police Department officials served families at the local Red Robin on Oct. 21 at an annul event to raise funds for the Special Olympics. Members of the police department partnered with the...

 

Tony Hoffman speaks to community about addiction, mental health

BMX professional and national speaker Tony Hoffman spoke last week to Arlington kids and community members about his own experience with drug addiction. He talked to students at Lakewood High School...

 

New trailhead for Ebey Waterfront Trail

The city of Marysville opened up their new trailhead for the Ebey Waterfront Trail so that the trail now directly connects to Ebey Waterfront Park. The new addition opened on Oct. 9. Previously...

 

All City Food Drive kicks off on Nov. 4

Food and toy donation barrels will be found throughout Marysville on Nov. 4 as the Marysville All City Food Drive kicks off for the holiday season. The red barrels around the community are meant to collect donations for the Marysville Community Food...

 

Bank collects coats for kids

The local HomeStreet Bank is running a coat drive this October and November for the local nonprofit Kloz 4 Kidz. The Marysville branch of the bank is located at 1238 State Ave., Marysville. The coat drive began in the middle of October and will...

 

Tomahawks shut out by Spartans 34-0

In the last home game of the season the Marysville-Pilchuck football team faced the Stanwood Spartans on Oct. 20. The Tomahawks got off to a rough start in the first quarter as they gave up a fumble t...

 

Lakewood spikers fall to Ferndale

The Lakewood volleyball team took on the second-best team in the division, the Ferndale Golden Eagles, on Oct. 19. The Cougars started off the first set strong as they went up quickly, 7-1. After a...

 

Tulalip Heritage Hawks defeat Sulamita Christian Eagles 3-0

The Tulalip Heritage volleyball team welcomed the Sulamita Christian Eagles to their home court on Oct. 19. The Hawks got off to an incredible start as they failed to trail at any point during the...

 

Local breast cancer survivor shares her story to help others

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and local survivors like Sirkku Bingham hope that people make themselves more aware of the disease. Bingham was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2016....

 

Local students host haunted house

The Arlington High School Air Force JROTC has constructed a Harry Potter-themed haunted forest for this year's haunted house on Oct. 27 and 28. The local Air Force JRTOC has offered a free haunted...

 

Coloring Contest Winners

The North County Outlook's Leah Hughes-Anderson, left , and Leslie Buell hold up the winning entries in each age category in the North County Outlook's Halloween Coloring Contest. Grand Prize winners...

 

AHS students help DHS start pep band

Darrington High School's band played at their first homecoming game thanks to student-driven support from Arlington High School's band program. On Oct. 13 around 50 students from the Arlington High...

 

Community events support local youth

Supporting our youth is one of the most important things a community can do. That’s the focus of Unity and Wellness Month activities presented throughout October by Tulalip Tribes Youth Services, and also promoted by the Marysville School District...

 

City Council looks at budget

At this week’s workshop meeting Arlington City Council was scheduled to review amendments of the 2017 budget in preparation for the 2018 budget. A public hearing is scheduled on Nov. 6 on changes to this year’s budget and on a 1 percent increase...

 

Fall is just another blooming season

There are lots of reasons why we are drawn to different plants. Most often it is because we like their flowers. We purposefully design our gardens to allow us to incorporate as many different colors...

 

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