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Articles from the November 27, 2013 edition

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Blues legends perform in Arlington

Award-winning blues artists from across Washington state will come together for a not-to-be-missed performance at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in Washington’s Legends of the Blues. The star-studded...

 

Recognition for office manager

Running a successful business usually demands the services of an organized, personable office manager. The Edward Jones office located in the Fred Meyer Plaza, and owned by financial adviser Greg Jens...

 

As a Northwest gardener, what are you thankful for?

Well, this week is Thanksgiving, a traditional time for Americans to take time to count their blessing and reflect on the things in their lives that they are truly thankful for. So I was thinking (in...

 

UPDATE: Two young boys located safely, thanks to tips

UPDATE: Marysville police spokesman Cmdr. Robb Lamoureux reported Wednesday morning: "The Miller boys have been recovered and are in police protective custody. Tara Miller fled the area prior to our...

 

Lemongrass steamed clams and mussels

The northwest has an abundant array of fresh seafood and I wanted to honor that by creating a flavorful, aromatic dish using Asian spices with mussels, clams and prawns. It is easy to prepare and has...

 

Food for fish means food for the community

When visiting the Smokey Point Plant Farm, customers enjoy feeding the koi fish in the lush pool, trading 25¢ for a fist full of fish food. Hoover the koi and his family are well-fed, and the folks...

 

Arlington girl sings to help the homeless

Lexi Vanney is only in seventh grade, but she is aware of the need in her Arlington community and decided to use her talents to make a difference. Lexi, an accomplished young singer, got permission to...

 

PeaceHealth, Cascade Valley sign letter of intent

After months of deliberation and several public meetings, the Board of Snohomish County Public Hospital District No. 3 and the PeaceHealth Board have approved a letter of intent for Cascade Valley...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    November 27, 2013

Retiring airport manager leaves a legacy

After Rob Putnam finished four years in the Air Force, 1972-1976, he worked a series of jobs in lumber mills, but he said it was not a difficult decision when he was offered a $6.91 per hour job drivi...

 

Challenging educational assumptions

John Dewey was a professional philosopher, but he was not what you think of as your stereotypical ivory tower academic. Dewey believed that the practice of philosophy needed to be directly related to...

 

Giving thanks

Once a year at about this time, we Americans raise our heads from the ennui of our daily lives and take a good look around us. In that brief moment, realizing how fortunate we truly are, we take some...

 

Marysville officials recognized for work towards healthier community

Marysville is one of two Snohomish County cities awarded with the "Healthy Communities Award" for their work against tobacco use in the community. Pete Mayer, health district deputy director,...

 

Marysville school board approves maintenance and technology levies

The Marysville School Board approved two new levies during board member Wendy Fryberg's final meeting on Nov. 18. Approved Levies A Maintenance and Operation (M&O) levy and a Technology Capital...

 

William Allen Elberson

William Allen Elberson, 77, passed away on 14, November 2013 at Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington. Billy was born on November 16, 1935 in New Jersey to William and Ruth Elizabeth Elberson. Billy joined the military in 1954 where he...

 

John William Eylander

John William Eylander, 84, of Marysville, WA went to be with his Lord on November 17, 2013. John was born to Cornelius and Ida Eylander on October 9, 1929 in the family farmhouse in Arlington. He...

 

John Howard Gaffney

John passed away peacefully on November 12, 2013 with family by his side. He was born on November 28, 1939 in Everett, Washington. John was preceded in death by his wife, Sharon Gaffney. John is...

 

Ronald Frank Griffin

Ronald Frank Griffin of Marysville, WA passed away November 17, 2013. Ron was born July 26, 1935 in Everett, WA and grew up in Marysville. Ron was a gentle, kind and loving husband, father, and man....

 

Junior Bernie Hayes

Dec. 3, 1926 - Oct. 14, 2013 My Dad was a well respected developer in the early years of Marysville progress. The homes he built nearly by himself are still standing proud and solid as a rock. With an 8th grade education he left the Ozarks and served...

 

Mitchell M. Olson

Mitchell M. Olson, 56, of Ketchikan, AK passed away unexpectedly on November 11, 2013. Mitch was born in Arlington, WA on October 7th, 1957. He attended Lakewood Schools for grades 1st -9th and then...

 

Herman Hugo Johann Rabitzky

Herman Hugo Johann Rabitzky was born in Linde, Pomerania, Germany on April 15, 1920. He grew up in the Finkenwalde Orphanage until age 18. He was enrolled at a technical school where he learned his...

 

Cora Vivian Rorick

Cora Vivian Rorick, our beloved mother, grandmother and granny, passed away at home on November 16, 2013. She was born in Moxie, WA to parents, Corbin and Minnie Maddox on February 11, 1918. She was...

 

Frederick John Ziebell

Frederick John Ziebell, 55, of Marysville, WA, passed away November 12, 2013. He was born April 14, 1958 in Everett. He earned an Associate's degree at Everett Community College and when Fred was...

 

Injuries sideline Grace Academy's championship-caliber dreams

With starters dropping like flies throughout the game, Grace Academy lost to Bear Creek 2-0 in the 1B/2B State Championship game last Saturday in Sumner. Losing in the tournament's first round in each...

 

Arlington out to improve on state tourney runs

After a deep run in the state tournament last year, no one would fault Arlington's boys' basketball team for taking a step back to regroup and rebuild. But the Eagles have their sights set on loftier...

 

Prep Notes

Wesco shuffle The WIAA released its reclassification data last week, and four local schools could be switched to different leagues next year. Marysville Getchell would bump up to the 4A North league, while Arlington would move down to the 3A North,...

 

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