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Day of Hope supports local families

Local families received free shoes, groceries, health and dental screenings, and more at the Day of Hope in Arlington on Sept. 16. Arlington-area churches partnered together with the international...

 

A season of adventurous performances at Red Curtain

Red Curtain’s 2017-2018 season features seven unique productions: two popular musicals, an original play you won’t see anywhere else, a time travel adventure, an urbane dark comedy with lots of special effects, a modern playwright’s take on...

 
 By Sarah Arney    Communities    May 3, 2017

Council addresses variety of issues

As discussed at last week’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled this Monday to vote on a third loan from the Growth Fund for almost $96,000, bringing the total for this year up to $312,226. The amount budgeted for the inter-fund...

 

Council considers third loan for city's EMS fund

Arlington City Council faced a short agenda for its workshop meeting this Monday, with only three items on the agenda. In her monthly financial report for the month of March, Finance Director Kristin Garcia reported that revenue is up by 6 percent...

 

United Way offers tax preparation assistance

The United Way of Snohomish County will provide free tax preparation to any local individuals with an income under $64,000 this tax season. The nonprofit organization provides six locations across the county to get taxes done, including one location...

 

Marysville Goodwill offers workshops

The Marysville Goodwill Job Training & Education Center is offering a variety of Job Readiness and Life Skills workshops in the coming weeks. The Job Readiness workshops will cover such topics as Dressing For An Interview, CPR Certification, Finding...

 

Marysville Goodwill hosts health fair

The Marysville Goodwill is hosting a Family Health and Safety Fair which will offer free health screenings, information, resource tables and more on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tania Siler, manager, Marysville Job Training and...

 

IWPP focuses on employing, training people with disabilities

If there is one thing that binds us together as American citizens, it is our belief in the importance and value of hard work. Simply put, work is how we do our part, how we carry our fair share of the...

 

County may end drug take-back program

The Snohomish Health District may be ending their drug take-back program soon, but has a plan that may allow for more medicine drop-off locations. The district hopes to create an ordinance to require...

 

Elizabeth Duncan Taylor

Elizabeth Duncan Taylor of Lake Stevens, Wash. passed away peacefully on Jan. 3, 2016. She was born to John and Hannah Linton in Fife, Scotland on May 28, 1934. She shared more than 50 years with her beloved husband John who passed away in 2014....

 

Goodwill offers free job training

Marysville Goodwill plans to hold their upcoming session of free job training classes and registration for those events will be held Oct. 5 to 7. Classes include English as a second language, keyboard skills, basic writing, cashiering, customer servi...

 

County career fair comes to Tulalip

The Snohomish County Career Fair in Tulalip, on Sept. 10, will provide a variety of opportunities for job seekers. "We saw a need in the county of putting employers together with talented job seekers...

 

ABC Learning opens in Marysville

ABC Learning, a new option for childcare, pre-school and pre-kindergarten readiness, held its grand opening of a new Marysville location on Aug. 8. The new center opens its doors at 9315 State Ave.,...

 

Marysville Goodwill hosts family health fair

Marysville Goodwill will host a Family Health and Safety Fair this August to give free screenings and help with healthcare questions. The fair will be on Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the...

 

Tulalip jobs skills program builds homes for Nickelsville

The 16 graduates of Tulalip Tribes' construction training program built a new project this year as part of their program: two homes for the Seattle homeless encampment Nickelsville. The 12-week...

 

Students use MLK holiday to give back

Many students and volunteers didn't relax on their Martin Luther King Jr. Day, but instead went out to help the community during United Way's MLK Day of Service. The day is meant for people to take...

 

United Way offering free tax preparation site in Marysville

United Way of Snohomish County is once again offering free tax preparation at Goodwill’s Marysville Job Training and Education Center. Volunteer tax preparers will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-8 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m....

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    July 16, 2014

Goodwill offering new workshops and classes

The Marysville Goodwill is now offering summer classes for citizenship prep and updating work skills employers are looking for. The classes are free and will be held at their store located at 9315 State Ave. Workplace 101 is a new class that will be...

 

Arts and Tech receives state attention for work with at-risk youth

Marysville Arts and Technology High School recently received state attention for their work with at-risk and special needs students and will be making a presentation in front of a state task force soon on the issue. Principal Terri Kaltenbach...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    March 12, 2014

Nearly 300 residents get free tax help

Working on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings, volunteers have helped 291 north Snohomish County households file their taxes this year. The free service is one of the ways in which United Way is helping people reach and maintain...

 

New Goodwill classes could help improve job prospects

People hoping to advance to better jobs may be able to look to three new classes at the Marysville Goodwill for help. A basic workplace skills class, a basic life skills class and a class to explore community college are being introduced for...

 
 By M. McAnaw    Opinion    February 12, 2014

Good deed goes bad

To the Good Samaritan in the gold car: Saturday, Feb. 1, about 2 p.m.; northbound State Ave. at 88th Ave. NE. The traffic light just turned green, three cars moved through the intersection. The fourth car (gold) started to move forward, then came to...

 

The contagious spirit of 'Blue Friday'

Have you noticed how contagious the “Blue Friday Spirit” is and how it took over our whole area? It seems that everywhere you looked, there was blue and green looking back at you--it was just...

 

Two Getchell students honored for their community activism

Two Marysville Getchell students, Jordon Silcox and Katie Stordahl, have been honored as December's Students of the Month by the Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs of Marysville. Katie is a senior at...

 

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...

 

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