Wed, Jan 16, 2013
Lakewood falls to Cedarcrest
Despite great efforts by the Cougars, the game was lost 69-53.
Recognizing school leaders
January is School Board Recognition Month in Washington state.
M-P Premier tourney goes to Panthers
More than 400 wrestling matches took place in the one-day event.
Marysville starts search for next superintendent
Northwest Leadership Associaties hired to help find the next Marysville superintendent and to involve the community.
Prep Sports Recap
Brief recap of activities during the week of January 7-13, 2013.
Tue, Jan 8, 2013
Arlington holds on to win over Kamiak
Terry Dawn’s contributions on court and at the line made a big difference for the Eagles.
December's most impressive students recognized
Two seniors from Marysville Getchell are honored for their achievements
Marysville superintendent announces retirement plans
Dr. Larry Nyland has led the Marysville School District for nine years.
Week of Jan. 2 through Jan. 9, 2013
Thu, Dec 20, 2012
Poetry competition at Getchell
Seven students took part in the poetry recitation contest, part of the national Poetry Out Loud competition.
Chargers defeat Everett in double overtime
The nail-biter was filled with amazing shots and heated play.
Kindergartners inspire their school to surpass food drive goals
Mrs. Ruiz’s kindergarten class at Kellogg Marsh Elementary set a goal to collect 1,000 cans of food for the Marysville Food Bank.
Marysville mourns the sudden death of a popular coach, teacher
Brian McCutchen died of a brain aneurysm on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Father-son coaches take their teams to the mat
Marysville-Pilchuck bested Arlington 48-36 in the Dec. 13 matchup.
Marysville swimmers come up short
The Shorewood team defeated the combined M-P and Getchell swim teams Dec. 13.
Band students earn state honors
M-P musicians Lynnette Malavolti and Matt Bordonaro will perform with the All-State Honor Band.
Wed, Dec 5, 2012
Students take over local Safeway
The event is an annual DECA project.
Lady Eagles come on strong against M-P
Arlington's girls' basketball team held off the younger M-P squad to finish 56-31.
Eagles outscore the Chargers
AHS defeated Getchell 72-59 in a game that was closer than the score would indicate.
Arlington Rotary recognizes top students
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