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Articles from the November 4, 2015 edition

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Fire District improves insurance rating

Due to improvements at the Arlington Heights Fire District, homeowners in the district may soon be getting reductions in their home insurance. This year the Snohomish County Fire District 21 received...

 

Marysville welcomes Trick-or-Treaters

Kids dressed in superheroes, monsters and more came to downtown Marysville to trick-or-treat at the various businesses that opened their doors for Halloween this year. The Halloween Trick-or-Treat...

 

Arlington hosts Hometown Halloween

Arlington held its Hometown Halloween on Oct. 31, bringing costume contests, pumpkin carving contests and trick-or-treating to Legion Park and Olympic Avenue. The many events are put on by downtown...

 

ACRC holds listening session

The Arlington Community Resource Center, which provides assistance to local families in need, is hoping to hear what the most pressing issues in the community are and is holding a listening session on Nov. 5. The session will be held from 7 p.m. to...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 4, 2015

Glacier Peak tops Arlington

It was the 3A North versus 3A South game that saw Glacier Peak High School take the 3A victory over Arlington High School on Friday, Oct. 30, at Veterans Memorial Stadium. In a close victory, Glacier...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 4, 2015

M-PHS spikers defeat Eagles

Marysville-Pilchuck volleyball came out with the win against Arlington High School after a competitive match on Wednesday, Oct. 28. Marysville won three out of four games playing in what coach...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 4, 2015

Tulalip Heritage falls to Lummi

Tulalip Heritage football faced a tough loss against Lummi Nation on Thursday, Oct. 29, at Quil Ceda High School. Although Lummi took the win, 67-28, Tulalip Heritage put up a fight and saw great...

 

M-P, MG students earn recognition

Four local students were recognized as the Students of the Month for September and October for their contributions to the community. The Marysville Kiwanis and Marysville Soroptimist clubs recognize...

 

Arlington 5k helps fight breast cancer

On the final day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month local residents came down to Arlington's Legion Park to participate in Taking Steps to Beat Breast Cancer. The 5k walk/run was held on Oct. 31 and...

 

Reading labels: The good, the bad and the truth

Wondering what all the claims are on your food packaging? Organic, Non-GMO, natural, gluten free, etc. There are so many claims out there, many of which are clever marketing gimmicks to get us to buy...

 

Holocaust survivor speaks to students

Ninety-three-year-old Holocaust survivor Noemi Ban came to Cedarcrest Middle School on Oct. 28 to talk to the students about her experiences during World War II. Ban came to the school and said she wa...

 

Spark Hot Yoga opens in M'ville

Spark Hot Yoga held their grand opening on Oct. 29 and will offer hot yoga classes to the Marysville community. The studio opened its doors near the Sunnyside area at 6608 64th St. NE, Marysville....

 

Community tours Arlington schools

Parents and community members toured the schools of Arlington School District during the district's Know Your Schools event on Oct. 29. At this event participants were brought to Weston High School,...

 

Village Theatre presents 'Snapshots'

The musical revue “Snapshots” playing at the Village Theatre through Nov. 13, is a look back at a couple’s 20 years of marriage, and the childhood and adolescent friendship that preceded it. Dan...

 

Thank you for all of the support

The past six months have been the most challenging time in my life and it has been one where the community of Arlington has shown their love and concern for my health and wellbeing beyond belief. I would have never guessed that my life would have...

 

People First: Countering our American epidemic of alienation

Let me begin by giving credit where credit is due - People First is a national nonprofit that helps people with disabilities define themselves by their common humanity rather than by their disability....

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    November 4, 2015

Council reconsiders property tax

Although no one chose to testify at a public hearing on Oct. 19 on the mayor’s proposed budget, including no increase on the city’s property tax levy, council wasn’t sure that was a good idea. After the Oct. 19 discussion of the budget,...

 

Yikes, my dogwood is blooming ...

Normally at the first of each month I dispense my gardening wisdom in the form of a monthly To Do List, something I suspect many of you loathe because of the ensuing guilt you feel knowing that you...

 

Anita Mae (Follum) Minnig

May 31st 1936 – Sept 15th 2015 Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa and raised in Omaha, Nebraska where she met and later married Ken Minnig, in 1955. They moved to Edmonds, Wash., in 1956 and later...

 

Jim Trippel

Jim Trippel, of Marysville, passed away Oct. 19, 2015. Jim served in the U.S. Marines and worked over 30 years for the U.S. Postal Service, retiring in 1992. Jim loved life, his family and extended...

 

Charles Michael Barr

Charles Barr passed away on Oct. 24, 2015. Born to Charles and Olga Barr on Jan. 1, 1937. Chuck and his wife lived in Everett and retired to Arlington where they spent the better part of a decade....

 

Martin Horton

Martin was born on Aug. 24, 1921 and passed away on Oct. 20, 2015. He enjoyed bowling with friends and participated in mixed league for years with his wife Ida. He retired from Scott Paper in 1983 as one of their Millwright leads. He was preceded in...

 

Donald MacKenzie Kier

Donald MacKenzie Kier, of Marysville, Wash. passed away Sept. 29, 2015. Don was born to John O. and Florence A. Kier along with a twin brother. Don coached Little League baseball and basketball. He met his wife, Caryle and married in 1959, having a...

 

Clarence "Corky" W. Klein

Clarence W. Klein passed away on Oct. 18, 2015. Corky was born Oct. 16, 1929, to Gerrit and Clara Klein. In 1960, he purchased a farm on the bend of the Stillaguamish River just beyond Trafton, Wash....

 

Paige Bonde Lucas

Paige Bonde Lucas died at home in Lake Stevens on Oct. 20, 2015. Paige is survived by her parents, Arthur Bonde and Shirley Bonde; husband, Larry Lucas and daughter, Cheyenne. Paige was born on Sept....

 

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