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Articles from the November 2, 2016 edition

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AHS Drama presents 'Moon Over Buffalo'

Mistaken identities, broken engagements and more are part of Arlington High School Drama's fall production, the farcical "Moon Over Buffalo." "Moon Over Buffalo is a classic farce. It has a rather improbable story line, terribly flawed characters...

 

Downtown Arlington celebrates Halloween

Kids trick-or-treated up and down Olympic Avenue during the annual Hometown Halloween event which provided candy and activities to kids on Oct. 29. Many of the downtown Arlington businesses and organizations provided candy for trick-or-treating...

 

Housing Hope breaks ground on project

Housing Hope broke ground on Oct. 28 on their Twin Lakes Landing project in Lakewood which will become a 50-unit development providing households for homeless and low-income families. The Snohomish County nonprofit organization Housing Hope has provi...

 

Local, state, federal races are all on the Nov. 8 ballot

Ballots in Snohomish County for the general election have been mailed out and include many important federal and state races. The county mailed ballots out on Oct. 20. They can be returned through the mail but must be post marked no later than Nov. 8 or they can be deposited at local drop boxes....

 

Tomahawks defeat Eagles in overtime

The Marysville-Pilchuck girls soccer team took on the Arlington Eagles at Quil Ceda Stadium on Oct. 24. Coming into the matchup the Eagles were heavy favorites as they were undefeated with a record of 10-0-1 and the Tomahawks held a record of 5-3-3....

 

Swimmers compete in 'Last Chance' meet

On Oct. 27, the final regular season swim meet for the Wesco North was held at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. The "Last Chance" meet, otherwise known as JV Championships, consisted of a lot of young ladies looking to cut down their time to qualify...

 

Tulalip Wellness Court will provide addicts new path to community

The Tulalip Tribes hope their new Tulalip Wellness Court will help drug addicts in the legal system find community support to lead a sober and healthy life. U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen came to visit the Tulalip Tribes and learn about their upcoming...

 

Marysville police raise funds for Special Olympics

Marysville police officers participated in the statewide "Tip-A-Cop" at local Red Robin restaurants to raise funds for the Special Olympics. Police officers talked to restaurant patrons about the Special Olympics and what they can do to help on Oct....

 

Arlington falls to Squalicum 55-27

The undefeated Squalicum Storm football team walked onto Arlington's home field as the favorites on Oct. 27. After forcing a big turnover on Squalicum's first drive, the Eagles looked like they had a chance to pull off one of the biggest upsets of...

 

Marysville Police Dept. welcomes K9s

A new patrol partner can be a challenge for any police officer, but when Derek Oates and Brad Smith find themselves working with a new recruit, it's like taking on a new family member. "They're like kids at first," said Smith, who first worked with...

 

'Tis the Season of Sugar

Halloween is over and if you are like most parents your pantry or cupboard is filled to the brim with Halloween candy. Halloween is the official kick off to the Season of Sugar. Did you know, the average American child consumes 32tsp of sugar per day. That's 128g of sugar per day which is more than...

 

Kettlebell workouts provide cardio, strength training

The city of Marysville regularly offers intensive exercise opportunities through their kettlebell classes. Kettlebells are cast-iron or steel weights that resemble a cannonball with a handle. People using them to workout will swing them into the air...

 

Breast cancer hits home for Arlington police, fire

October, which is celebrated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, typically sees police officers don pink badges and firefighters wear pink shirts to show their support for those diagnosed with breast cancer. But for Arlington's Deputy Police...

 

Officer Kinney, K9 Oso nab two suspects

Between Oct. 12 and Oct. 16, the Arlington Police Department's K9 Oso and handler Officer Seth Kinney were called upon to track and catch two different assault suspects. In both cases, K9 Oso and Officer Kinney successfully apprehended the suspect....

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will randomly select one to run in that week's issue. All photographs will...

 

Daguison, Varias named Students of the Month

Marysville Getchell Bio-Med Academy seniors Fitzpatrick Varias and Danielle Daguison were recognized as October Students of the Month for their volunteer efforts and school participation. The Student of the Month award is given by the Marysville Kiwa...

 

It's time we understand how to prune

There is no task in gardening that generates more anxiety then pruning. Simply put, the real secret to proper pruning is in understanding how a plant will react to the cut you make on a branch. "Where" you make that cut, and to a lesser degree "when,...

 

Andrea L. Miller

Journalist and historian Andrea L. Miller, 49, of Arlington, WA passed away on October 19, 2016. Born in Seattle, WA on April 25, 1967, to Roger Miller and Kathy Bry, Andrea graduated from Arlington High School in 1985. Andrea is survived by her...

 

Linda Marie Gross

Linda Marie Gross was born October 17, 1949, in Jamestown, ND. She passed away unexpectedly on October 25, 2016, at the age of 67 with her family by her side. She was the daughter of Duane and Maxine McMurtrie, who both preceded her in death. She...

 

John L. Crawley

John passed away on October 6, 2016. John was born to Charles W. and Lula H. Crawley on Oct. 27, 1916 in Heath, Texas. He lived with his wife, Angie on the Tulalip Indian reservation for 51 years. A very special thank you to Providence Hospice who...

 

Pamela Lee Johnson

Pamela Lee Johnson, 69, departed this life on Saturday, October 22, 2016. She fought a courageous battle with multiple health issues throughout her life. Born in Darrington, WA to Hazel and Andy Petersen, Pam grew up in the shadow of White Horse...

 

Cindy Streets Linari

Cindy Linari, 60, died on October 18, 2016. Born in Bellingham, Wash., to Calvin and Gay Streets, Cindy was raised in Marysville, Washington, and a 1974 graduate of Pilchuck High School. After earning a teaching degree from Eastern Washington...

 

Marilyn G. Rose

Marilyn G. Rose, age 69, passed away in the comfort of her home October 18, 2016, after battling kidney disease for over three years. Marilyn was born Dec. 6, 1946 in Seattle, Wash. to Wallace and Irene Nichols. Marilyn leaves behind her husband of...

 

Hildegard Wolff

"The hardest thing someone has ever been through is the hardest thing they've ever been through, so we shouldn't judge others by our own experiences." Wise words from Hildegard Lina Wolff (nee Kopper), July 17, 1933, (Gelnhausen, Hessen, Germany) -...

 

Clarence C. Corbin

Clarence C. Corbin was born October 11, 1927 in Bandon, Ore. and raised in Port Orford, Ore. He married Gladys Martin in 1961 and while he worked at Carpenters Lumber Center, they built a home at Lake Mary Shelton on the Tulalip Reservation and...

 

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