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Articles from the November 18, 2015 edition

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Arlington celebrates Veterans Day

Arlington's American Legion Post 76 held their annual Veterans Day Parade this Nov. 11 to recognize veterans locally and everywhere. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, American Legion Post 76 and other organizations marched down Olympic Avenue during the...

 

Marysville All City Food Drive begins

Various Marysville organizations kicked off the All City Food Drive on Nov. 7 and 14 by collecting food and donations at local stores. The annual food drive helps stock the Marysville Community Food Bank for the holidays and helps provide toys and gi...

 

Flooding closes local roads

Parts of SR 530 and other roadways near Silvana were closed on Nov. 13 and 14 as the Stillaguamish River flooded because of heavy rainfall. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) the river reached a crest of 14.79...

 

WISE hands out women's awards

"INSPIRED Women, Inspire Women" was the theme for the first INSPIRED WISEly Women's Award Ceremony. WISE Women (Women Inspiring Successful Entrepreneurs) co-founders, Carin Weier and Judy Bradley, invited local leaders of women's organizations to...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 18, 2015

M-P, MG compete at state

Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell swimmers and divers competed in the state swim meet on Nov. 13 and 14. It was an outstanding team effort on Friday and Saturday as the girls competed in prelims and finals. "We are very proud of our girls a...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 18, 2015

AHS soccer advances to state semifinal

Arlington High School girls soccer had two wins in one week to continue their advancement into the state semifinals. They defeated Bellevue High School 1-0 on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and had another 1-0 win against Sumner High School on Saturday, Nov. 14. “Two straight shutouts at away games is pretty...

 
 By Sarah Lane    Sports    November 18, 2015

M-P soccer knocked out of state playoffs

Marysville-Pilchuck’s soccer state playoff run ended early after losing to Central Kitsap in the first round on Tuesday, Nov. 10. The Tomahawks’ first-round playoff game was their second game in a row to end in penalty kicks. After ending regulation time tied 1-1, Marysville was unable to...

 

Education focus of local forum

State legislators came to Marysville to talk about issues around education and around the state's special education on Nov. 10. The Marysville Special Education PTSA invited two local state representatives, Mike Sells (D-38) and June Robinson...

 

ASD votes to send levy to voters

The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors passed a resolution on Nov. 9 to place the Renewal of Expiring Educational Programs and Operations Levy on the Feb. 9, 2016, ballot. State law requires school districts to periodically ask voters to consider renewal of the local levy. The Arlington...

 

CVH patients can now access medical records on phone app

Cascade Valley Hospital is one of only a couple of hospitals across the nation to be chosen to test a smartphone app that allows patients to access their medical records anywhere. "We're excited to provide convenient access to our patient's medical...

 

November is National Family Caregiver Month

Snohomish County recognizes the incredible contribution family caregivers make in our community, and wants to remind them during National Family Caregiver month that they are not alone — support is available. As people continue to live longer, more Americans are caring for someone with a chronic...

 

Grief support for the holidays

Grieving a death can be especially painful during the holidays. But there’s hope. Mountain View Presbyterian Church presents, for the fourth consecutive year, a seminar to help bereaved individuals cope with this time of year. The public is invited to attend no matter how long it has been since...

 

Marysville students perform 'Game of Tiaras'

Marysville-Pilchuck High School and Marysville Getchell students took on a mash-up of Shakespeare and Disney for this season's school play. Students performed Don Zolidis' "Game of Tiaras," which takes William Shakespeare's "King Lear" and replaces...

 

'It's a Wonderful Life' comes to Marysville

Red Curtain Productions will present "It's a Wonderful Life" for a three-weekend run this holiday season. The play will begin on Nov. 27 and will be performed at the Red Curtain Arts Center at 1410 Grove St., Marysville. Friday and Saturday...

 

Marysville resident honored for volunteer work

Marysville resident and disabled veteran Aletta Joiner was honored as Marysville's November Volunteer of the Month for her work at Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries and other organizations. She was presented the award on Nov. 9 by Marysville Mayor Jo...

 

City hands out Pride of Marysville awards

City of Marysville officials recently recognized two local businesses and one residential home for doing their part to create vibrant neighborhoods on Nov. 9. The Allen Creek Crossing complex at 64th Street, Coastal Community Bank and the home of...

 

Thank you for your support

I would like to take this time to thank all my supporters in my recent bid to become Mayor of Arlington. The support was overwhelming. A special thank you to my campaign team, especially my campaign manager Cristy Brubaker. Everyone worked so hard and although we came up a bit short, I am very...

 

EPA should stay the course on water quality standards

“Stay the course.” It was one of our late chairman Billy Frank’s favorite sayings. It was his way of encouraging us to keep moving toward our goals, regardless of who or what stands in our way. We hope the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...

 

Communities launch market study

A joint project with the city of Marysville, a proposed Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center (MIC), along the SR 531 corridor, south of the Arlington Municipal Airport, has been moving slowly through the system, with support from Snohomish County Tomorrow (SCT) and the Puget Sound...

 

'Wolfman' Washington performs Nov. 21 at BPAC

The crowd at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center may be dancing in the aisles, when Walter “Wolfman” Washington performs on Nov. 21. Straight from New Orleans for this performance, Washington has been an icon on the New Orleans music scene for decades. His searing guitar work and soulful vocals...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has kicked off a new 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...

 

Making wreaths for the holiday season

My job gets really tough this time of year. Here I am trying to motivate you to get out into the garden and clean up the beds, replant the containers, plunk some bulbs into the ground and spread mulch everywhere to control weeds and insulate the...

 

Harvey C. Robinson

Harvey C. Robinson, age 90, passed away on Oct. 29, 2015. He was born July 20, 1925 to James and Annie Robinson in Montana. He served the Navy in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. He also retired from Weyerhaeuser Co. He is survived by his wife Jo Ann...

 

Carolyn Ellene Cepa

Carolyn Ellene Cepa, 77, of Tulalip, Wash. left this earth to be with the love of her life, Lloyd on Nov. 10, 2015. She was born Nov. 25, 1937, in Seattle, Wash. She worked as a certified nurse assistant at Bethany in Everett, WA. She is survived by...

 

Lloyd "Sonny" Clauson

Lloyd "Sonny" Clauson, of Marysville, passed away on Nov. 8, 2015. Sonny was born March 16, 1957, to Lloyd Sr. and Betty Clauson. Sonny was in the automotive industry for most of his life until shoulder injuries forced him to retrain. Sonny was...

 

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