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Articles from the November 5, 2014 edition

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Marysville leaders discuss response to tragedy and city's future

At the first city council meeting since the Oct. 24 MPHS school shooting city leaders came to discuss the aftermath and one message was clear: that this tragedy would not define the city. "What will...

 

Students from all over Washington send their love and support to MPHS

Most weekends you can see rival high school teams staring each other down on the field or court, however, last week, after the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck, high schools all over the state of...

 

Communities rally around M-P

It's been an emotional, tumultuous week for the Marysville-Pichuck community, but many have been able to use football as an agent of healing. In a gesture of support and solidarity, Oak Harbor...

 

Lakewood routs Granite Falls

Heavy rain and endless mud didn't keep Lakewood from finishing its regular season in style last Thursday night. Amidst the heavy rain, the Cougars unleashed a flood of offensive firepower against...

 

Prep Roundup

Arlington boys win district cross-country title Behind four top-15 finishes last Saturday, the Arlington boys won the 3A District Championship for the first time in as long as anyone can remember....

 

M-P survives Meadowdale to win Wesco title

Dozens of points were tallied last weekend in Marysville, but if you blinked you might have missed half of the scoring. For 47 minutes of last week's 48-minute game between Marysville-Pilchuck and...

 

Eagles prepare for rematch

Turnovers doomed the Arlington football team last Saturday afternoon against Glacier Peak in a 3A crossover game, but the Eagles will qualify for the playoffs even after their 27-6 loss. And they'll...

 

Arlington girls advance past Glacier Peak

The Eagles topped Glacier Peak last Saturday night by a score of 3-1 to advance to the semifinals of the 3A District One Tournament, but the win had more significance than met the eye. "It's awesome...

 

Arlington advances to semifinals

The Eagles are peaking at just the right time. Arlington overcame a mid-game slump last weekend against Lynnwood to slip past the Royals in a decisive fifth-game, advancing to the district tournament...

 

Many organizations, people helped on the day of MPHS shooting

The Marysville School District, Tulalip Tribes, city of Marysville all came together to respond to the Oct. 24 MPHS school shooting, but they also had a lot of support. "The support from this community, this proves that we're going to get through...

 

Arrests made after threats to Arlington High School

On Thursday, Oct. 30 administrators at the Arlington School District received information that rumors were spreading regarding threats to some of the students at the high school. The threats were coming from outside of the school. The School...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    November 5, 2014

Marysville Police caution those wishing to donate to shooting victim funds

Following the recent shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School there have been a number of special funds set up in the names of victims. It is very important for the public to know that in situations like these there are always opportunistic...

 

Friends gather to help others for Thanksgiving

Hosting a dinner party for friends is always a good idea but Jeff and Lori Butner, with Van Dam Abbey Carpets in Marysville, want to make their dinner party even more special. The Butners purchased a...

 

Rotary Club of Arlington recognize Outstanding Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Arlington recognized its Outstanding Students for the month for October. Students honored were awarded a voucher for a $50 donation to a non-profit group or organization of their...

 

Community support of students, families is awesome

It’s been over a week since the devastating news of the Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting and the loss of four young lives. My thoughts went first to the families of these kids, all of them, and to those who had witnessed the shooting that d...

 

Thanks to the teachers in Marysville

Dear Editor, As we come upon the day that marks one week from the tragic Marysville-Pilchuck incident, I am starting to come out of my haze of shock. As I continue to grieve, I have also found reason to celebrate. My celebration is of the amazingly...

 

We are a family

I looked at my phone and saw two missed calls from my friend, but I was in the middle of a conversation so I ignored the urge to call her back and looked back up at my other friend sitting across...

 

Italian Eggs Benedict

Here's a chance to get a sneak peak at one of the new breakfast entrees coming to Cedars Cafe menu, which will make it's debut in the next few months. The Italian Benedict has the comforting aspects...

 

How much technology is too much?

Dear Ms. Davis, I am a preschool teacher and have become concerned about the amount of technology that our children are being exposed to. I see parents allowing their infants and toddlers to use computers, play with iPhones and some of my students...

 

Zoe Raine Galasso

Feb. 22, 2000 - Oct. 24, 2014 Zoe Raine Galasso passed away on Friday, October 24, 2014, in Marysville, Washington. The daughter of Michael and Michelle Galasso and the sister of Rayden Zane Galasso....

 

Skyler Stephen Bassford

April 15, 1995 – Oct. 12, 2014 Skyler Stephen Bassford passed away suddenly at his home in Marysville on October 12, 2014. After a desperate struggle with depression he chose to end his own life at...

 

Edoena Lee "Donna" Bercier

"Donna" Lee Bercier age 52, of Marysville, Washington passed away at her home on October 27, 2014. A Memorial Service to celebrate Donna's life will be held at Evergreen Funeral Home in Everett, WA on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Please...

 

Jay Berglund

Jay Berglund, 46, of Olympia, Washington, died sailing Saturday, October 26, 2014. Jay was born in Seattle, Washington on January 8, 1968. He was a 1987 graduate of Marysville Pilchuck High School. Jay was raised in the beach community of...

 

Ryan J. Choate

Ryan J. Choate born July 11, 1977 in Bellingham, Wash, passed away on October 2, 2014, at his home in Wenatchee. Survived by his loving parents James Choate, Connie and Greg Blum; sisters, Trista...

 

Alan R. Corley

Nov. 15, 1949 - Oct. 8, 2014 Alan was born in Port Angeles, Wash. on November 15, 1949 and passed away on October 8, 2014. Alan moved to Texas with his family in 1954. The Corleys returned to...

 

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