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Articles from the December 24, 2013 edition

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Binky Patrol gives comfort

Binky Patrol is a non-profit organization that strives to provide comfort with a needle, some thread and a bit of love. The organization began 18 years ago when Susan Finch, a young woman living in...

 

Bowling teams look for support, recognition

It may lack the intensity of basketball, and it may not have football's ability to fill stadiums with fans, but high school bowling is a sport on the rise in Snohomish County. Even without formal supp...

 

Arlington girls still unbeaten with big win over Shorecrest

The Arlington Lady Eagles kept their unbeaten record intact last Saturday at home against Shorecrest, enduring a slow start to walk away with a decisive 58-43 win and improve its record to 6-0. "They...

 

Grace Academy to refocus after break

The Grace Academy Eagles opened the season strong with two solid wins, but have dropped their last five and head into the winter break with several teams ahead of them in the standings. Two of this...

 

Prep Roundup

Boy's Basketball Arlington: Thanks to a void in the schedule and some ill-timed snow, the Eagles didn't take the court last week. They made up their game against Lake Stevens last Monday. Lakewood:...

 

A Christmas nearly 70 years in the past

I don’t make a habit of living in the past. I’m pretty busy keeping up with my present schedule, which is busier than any time I can remember. Except for when my young family had me running in...

 

Christmas coloring contest winners

North County Outlook received dozens of entries for the holiday coloring contest, some with glitter and sequins added, and even a few that were crafted into 3D displays. Our winners received passes to the Lights of Christmas at Warm Beach....

 

The eagles have landed

Entertain out-of-town holiday guests or use some time away from the office to take a drive up to the Skagit River to see one of the largest wintering populations of bald eagles in the lower 48 states....

 

Toy Store serves more than 1,000 children

Community volunteers work year-round for a two-day event that helps ensure all Marysville families have a happy Christmas. Led by Bonnie Ramsey, Sue Kendall, Rita Henry and Tara Mizell, the toy store...

 

Outlook welcomes new staff

Last week North County Outlook said a fond farewell to one of our longtime employees. Debbie Glidden, who has been our receptionist, sales assistant, directory manager and all-around Girl Friday since 2007, is joining her husband in retirement. Debbi...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    December 24, 2013

Arlington procrastinates on marijuana sales

Arlington City Council held a public hearing Dec. 16 on a proposed extension of a moratorium on creating regulations for the permitting and licensing of marijuana producers, processors and retail establishments. In its efforts to create a system of...

 

Time for a break

Yes, North County Outlook is a weekly newspaper. But as in years past, there will be no publication on the Wednesday that falls on New Year’s Day, 2014. We’re taking a break. Just one week away...

 

Youth volunteer takes community spirit to the Caribbean

Local teen Tyler Van Brocklin has a long history of helping his hometown of Marysville, even being named Marysville's May Volunteer of the Month earlier this year, but recently he has taken his...

 

Flooding concerns spur two lawsuits over Arlington development

Development at Island Crossing has been prevented for decades now because of groups with environmental and flood concerns and two recent lawsuits may continue that trend. The Island Crossing area is near Interstate 5 and State Route 530 in west...

 

Bio-Med Academy honored as School of Distinction

For their students' improvement in math and reading achievement, Marysville Getchell's Bio-Med Academy has been named a 2013 School of Distinction. The award is for schools that are in the top five...

 

LaRaine Jane (Sue) Friend

LaRaine Jane (Sue) Friend, 85, was born June 30, 1928 in Sioux City, Iowa. Grandma Sue passed away peacefully November 25, 2013 in Regency at Arlington. LaRaine worked at Simpson Lee Paper Co. in...

 

Thomas Edwin Green

Thomas Edwin Green, 83, passed away December 10, 2013, at Providence Hospital in Everett with his family and friends by his side. He was born on May 9, 1930 in Darrington, WA, to Mollie and Tom...

 

Patricia Ann Hill

Patricia Ann Hill, 64, of Marysville, WA, passed on December 7, 2013, with her loved ones at her side. She was blessed to have her sisters and family with her in her last days. Patricia was born in...

 

Truman A. Merritt

Truman A. Merritt, born October 8, 1924, met our Lord Jesus Christ in glory on November 25, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, two siblings and a daughter. T.A. lived his life with passion and humor. Most important to him were his...

 

Meredith June Moore

Meredith June (Broekema) Moore, 84, went home to her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on December 17, 2013 in Arlington, WA. Meredith was born on August 3, 1929 in Bozeman, MT, the third of nine...

 

Margit Amanda Ottem Pederson

Margit Amanda Ottem Pederson, 99, of Arlington, WA, died peacefully December 13, 2013. She was born February 28, 1914 in Silvana, WA, to Norwegian immigrants, Knut and Gusta Ottem. She grew up on a...

 

Keith Stalter

Keith L. Stalter of Marysville, WA, passed away December 11, 2013. Services to be announced at a later date....

 

David (Crocket) Stewart

David Stewart, 53 of Marysville, WA went to Heaven on December 18, 2013. David was born January 22, 1960 in Ogden, Utah. He is preceded in death by his father, Paul. He leaves behind his mother, Sherry; children, Chantell, David, Skyla, Kirsten,...

 

David Warren Williams

David Warren Williams passed away early Friday, December 13, 2013. Dave was born in Seattle, WA March 16, 1956, to Marlene and Damon Williams. Following graduation from Edison High School in...

 

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