Thu, Apr 19, 2012
Marysville, Lakewood to share bus facility
Funds left from the 2006 bond measure will be leveraged with state money.
Despite poor weather, M-P golf keeps swinging
Arlington Rotary recognizes outstanding students
Lady Eagles fastpitch working to take conference title
The Arlington Eagles are dominating the 4A Wesco North conference with solid pitching and an aggressive offense.
Thu, Apr 5, 2012
Business club members earn awards
AHS DECA students participated in a competition against 3,500 high school students.
Student earns Microsoft IT certification
Rotary pumpkins still paying off
The organization's fundraising project funds literacy programs year-round.
Students contribute to school, community
March students of the month are M-PHS seniors Jessica Boyle and Anthony Stanfel.
Lakewood Cougars baseball off to a great start
A change in style of play has led to success for the Cougars, but the road to districts will be tough.
Tomahawks boys soccer stay in the fight against good opponents
Wesco All-League athletes for winter sports
Jazzmine presents jukebox musical
AHS vocal standouts will perform five performances of "Teen Angst" at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.
Grade schoolers show off their talents
Grove Elementary PTA presents the 3rd annual Talent Show on April 20.
Wed, Mar 21, 2012
Tomahawks split double header season opener
M-P baseball showcases young talent, solid play.
Chargers use loss to Cascade to focus on improvement
The young 3A team was overmatched in the season-opener.
Arlington hosts All Comers track meet
JV track athletes compete and set personal goals for the season.
Marysville elementary students take on fairy tale
Shoultes Elementary students present "Beauty and the Beast" for two performances, March 22 and 23.
Throws clinic helps athletes focus on fundamentals
Olympian Jarred Rome worked with local student athletes at an all-day training at M-PHS.
Young M-P softball team off to a great start
Despite losing several seniors and players who switched to Getchell sports, the Lady Tomahawks have won their first two games of the season.
Sixth graders build machines to learn engineering basics
Students at Marysville Middle School are learning "How Things Work," thanks to an innovative hands-on class.
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