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Articles from the November 20, 2013 edition

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Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963

On that day in Dallas, 50 years ago, I was sitting in my 7th grade social studies class. My school was about 30 miles south of Dallas in the rural town of Hutchins, Texas. The news of the shooting...

 

Salvation Army and Bartell Drugs team up for toy drive

For the tenth year in a row the Salvation Army and Bartell Drugs are partnering for their “Toy ‘N’ Joy” drive, which began on Nov. 17 and lasts until Dec. 14. Volunteers will be collecting new, unwrapped toys outside of Bartell Drugs stores,...

 

First phase of Marysville museum nearing completion

The wooden frame of the Marysville Historical Society's new museum is visible from Jennings Park, and after the New Year the building will enter its next phase of construction with volunteers. The...

 

Local businesses finish well in Best of Western Washington

KING5 recently released their 2013 Best of Western Washington awards, a public voted award which recognizes western Washington business. The winners include several Marysville and Arlington businesses and five of those businesses are featured below....

 

Family of volunteers earns the city's thanks

The Mizell family was recognized as Marysville's Volunteers of the Month for November for their work on the Marysville All-City Food Drive and many other efforts throughout the year. The award was...

 

Marysville forms TBD to propose taxes, improve roads

A measure for a 0.002 percent (two tenths of one percent) sales tax could soon be on the Marysville ballot to fund the city’s newly formed Transportation Benefit District (TBD). A TBD is a quasi-municipal corporation (like a water district or a...

 

M-P students recognized for academics and community service

Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors Kacie Ekdahl and J. Owin Ell were honored as November's Marysville Students of the Month by the local Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs. M-P senior Kacie Ekdahl...

 

Tommies lose heartbreaker to Eastside Catholic

Moments after a late touchdown drive saved Marysville-Pilchuck's season, a last-minute miscue ended it. Eastside Catholic beat the Tommies 42-35 last Saturday, and advance to the next round of the sta...

 

Grace Academy soccer notches another win, advances to final four

There are many juniors and seniors on the Grace Academy soccer team this year, and they know this could be one of their last chances to win a championship. With a 2-0 win over Providence Classical...

 

MG diver a quick learner

Swimming and diving isn't a sport you can pick up overnight. It takes most divers years of hard work and training to learn and perfect their craft. It took MG's Brooke Wherley a few months. Certainly...

 

Arlington athletes sign Letters of Intent

Two local athletes are taking their talents to the next level. Morgan Ginnis and Ryan Walker signed National Letters of Intent last week in a ceremony at the Arlington High School library. Ginnis, a...

 

Prep Roundup

Swimming and Diving state tournament Marysville-Pilchuck: The Tommies took 19th place overall in last weekend's state tournament. Senior Melody Coleman finished 7th overall in the 100-yard breaststroke, and took 13th in the 200-yard individual...

 

Community band offers a musical world tour

The North Cascades Concert Band, a 50-piece symphonic wind band under the direction of Rob Pattermann, will present their fall concert at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, located at 18821 Crown...

 

Museum showcases Native art

The works of art on display as part of the Hibulb Cultural Center's new exhibit, "Coast Salish Inheritance: Celebrating Artistic Innovation," are as unique and varied as the artists who are...

 

Artistic gifts at Grange show

Marguerite Goff joins nearly 30 regional artists at the Rexville Grange this weekend, with a variety of artistic gift items in many media. Goff's ceramic tiles will be available, along with pastels...

 

After 50 years, the memory lingers

Only now does the memory of that awful day come back. I’ve thought of it other years but not like this one. Feelings are more intense, regret more focused. I am not young anymore. Or as busy with...

 

Winter is just another season in the garden

Here we are deep into the fall season and for many of us it might seem like winter is here. We go to work in the dark and come home in the dark. (How depressing is that?) Our typical week is a mix of...

 

Cocoon House to open Arlington home for teen moms

The Cocoon House's Maternity Group Home in Arlington will open its doors Dec. 1. The first home of its kind in this region, the maternity group home will provide a home for five homeless pregnant or...

 

Festival volunteer to lead the Merrysville parade

Carol Kapua is well-acquainted with the logistics of community parades. For the past 20 years or so, she has been the driving force behind the Marysville Strawberry Festival Grand Parade, not only org...

 

Chamber spotlights nonprofits

The November monthly meeting of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce, set for Friday, Nov. 22, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., will focus on the chamber’s nonprofit members. The breakfast meeting takes place at Canoes Cabaret inside the...

 

M-DOG scores grant for dog park improvements

Marysville’s only off-leash dog park, Strawberry Fields for Rover on 152nd St. NE, is the recipient of a $2,000 grant from pet food manufacturer Nutro Company’s Room to Run Dog Appreciation Project. Leslie Buell, president of Marysville Dog...

 

Volunteers needed for shelter operation

The Marysville Hungry and Homeless Organization, known as Marysville H2O, has made plans to operate a cold weather shelter at Damascus Road Church and is seeking additional teams of volunteers for staffing needs. The shelter will be open when the...

 

Warm coats for cold weather

Patricia Schoonmaker (far left), owner of Trusty Threads in downtown Marysville, partnered with the Marysville Soroptimists represented by Elena Pewtress (second from right) and Renae James (far...

 

Leslie and Emma Kathryn Carlson

In Loving Memory Leslie Einer Carlson: Dec. 14, 1916 - Nov. 6, 2013 Emma Kathryn Carlson: Sept. 17, 1921- April 16, 2011 Together Again Emma (also known as Dolly or Kay) passed away at the age of 89;...

 

Carol Cave

Carol Cave of Marysville died November 5, 2013 at the age of 89, seven months after her husband of 66 years, Jack Cave. Mom's family moved to Marysville from Longview, WA and she graduated from...

 

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