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 By Andrew Hines    Sports    May 4, 2016

Tomahawks defeat Chargers 11-8

The Marysville-Pilchuck girls softball team came into the game on April 29 at the top of the division, with Marysville Getchell coming in as a winless team. From the start of the game the Tomahawks...

 

Tough times call for hard decisions

Tough times call for hard decisions, and we are facing some of the most difficult times we've ever seen when it comes to this year's expected coho returns to western Washington. After last year's...

 

Veggie gardens for beginners

Planting a vegetable garden can be a worthwhile endeavor for anyone who has an available patch of land. Gardens need not take up much space, and even apartment dwellers without yards can plant small...

 

Council considers changes to land-use amendment process

Arlington City Council is reviewing a proposed amendment to the city’s land-use code, to clarify the process for amendments to the comprehensive plan and development regulations, because staff became aware of some confusion and a lack of clarity...

 

State Auditor's Office releases Arlington audit

The city of Arlington has a few issues with money and resource management that it plans to fix after its recent audit from the Washington State Auditor's Office. In March the state office finished...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    August 5, 2015

Council discusses cap on marijuana producers

When Arlington City Council capped the number of marijuana producers and processors inside the city limits to 14 until the end of 2015, they asked for a quarterly report on the new industry. On July 27, Chris Young, director of Community and...

 

Do something shady in your garden

In light of all this heat we are having it just seems appropriate to talk about gardening in the shade since that is probably where most of us are hanging out these days. Gardening in the shade can...

 

Marysville hosts softball tournament

Just a week before the State Championship, several area softball squads converged on Marysville last week for one final tune-up. The Washington National Softball Association fast-pitch 16/18U State...

 

Haller Middle School holds first STEM fair

Haller Middle School held its first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair on May 14 thanks to a grant from the Arlington Education Foundation. Students demonstrated their scientific...

 

M-P makes first trip to State since '93

Everything is bigger in the State tournament. Marysville-Pilchuck learned that the hard way last weekend at the Tacoma Dome, losing games to Eastside Catholic and Bellevue to prematurely end their...

 

"Being Frank"

I am honored and humbled to follow in the footsteps of Billy Frank Jr. as chair of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. Of course no one can ever truly replace our longtime chairman and friend...

 

Minimize teen driving risks this summer

As we head into the summer of 2014, I am focusing my thoughts on our teen drivers and their summer break. In the summer months, I regularly have contact with two types of teen drivers. The first...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    Sports    May 14, 2014

Late runs push Lakewood's playoff hopes alive

Lakewood knows there's more than one way to win a softball game. Two of those ways were on display last week when the Cougars won both ends of a double-header against rival Archbishop Murphy. Hits and...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    Sports    May 7, 2014

Arlington storms into season's end

Postseason baseball is right around the corner, and the best teams are rearranging their rotations and the middling teams are fighting to stay alive. Nothing had been clinched last weekend when...

 

Late-game heroics push M-P baseball past Getchell

You couldn't have asked for a better dedication game for Memorial Field at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. In an action-packed game that included four lead changes and runs just about every inning, t...

 

Pilchuck blows past Meadowdale, breaks losing streak

It's been a rough couple of weeks for the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks. After squeaking past the cross-town rival Chargers last month, M-P lost five of its next six games, sinking them lower and lowe...

 
 By Peter Scougale    Opinion    May 21, 2013

Correction for Katie

Editor, I noticed that Katie Bourg was in error about the timing of the various possible scenarios for electing a new county executive in her most recent column. She indicated that she thought that an earlier resignation date by Aaron Reardon would...

 

Festival crowns royalty

One of the highlights of the Strawberry Festival each year is the crowning of the festival’s Royal Court, with the selection of senior and junior royalty in a public event full of pomp and...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    March 20, 2013

M-P girls trounce Terrace 12-5

The Marysville-Pilchuck fastpitch team jumped out to an early lead on the 3A Mountlake Terrace Hawks, and held off a rally to win by a score of 12-5 last Thursday. M-P jumped on Hawks’ pitcher...

 

Day for Vietnam veterans considered by state lawmakers

The Washington state legislature is considering a bill that would create a day to honor Vietnam veterans. House Bill 1319 is currently in the House Rules Committee and could advance to the full House...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    February 5, 2013

Council rejects bids on 67th Avenue project

The following items were on the Feb. 4 City Council agenda. Due to the Outlook's Monday morning print schedule, these approvals are projected based on the Jan. 29 workshop discussions. Arlington City Council was asked to reject all bids on the 67th...

 

Poetry competition at Getchell

Getchell students participating in the Poetry Out Loud school competition were (back, L-R) Chloe Chambers, Madison Kint, Braulio Ramos and Danielle Santos; (front, L-R) Andrew Wattier, Jesse...

 

Voters to choose city leaders

Snohomish County began mailing ballots to residents today, Oct. 20, for the Nov. 8 general election. Off-year elections typically have lower voter turnout, but several key races in our area may...

 

Marysville rockhound helped found the local Rock & Gem Club

A longtime resident of the Marysville area, Gordon Terrance Maple has been fascinated with rocks most of his life. Born and raised in Everett, he attended Everett High School before joining the Navy...

 

Correction

3/27/08 Correction In the March 13 issue of North County Outlook, Becky Foster was mistakenly identified as one of the owners of property under consideration for the UW north end campus. Foster does not own any of the property included in the site...

 

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