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Arlington communities gather for NNO

Arlington police officers, firefighters and other city officials met with locals as many neighborhoods participated in the annual National Night Out on Aug. 7. The national event is meant to allow...

 

Homegrown Festival fills Third Street

A wide variety of vendors filled Third Street in Marysville for the annual Handmade and Homegrown Festival on Aug. 10-12. Lynnwood resident Carla Simbulan, owner of Colors by Carla, brought her...

 

Work continues on SR 529 bridge

Single-lane closures will continue for the next several months as transportation workers continue to paint the State Route 529 northbound Steamboat Slough bridge. Workers are almost halfway through...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will elect one to run in...

 

Larsen visits apprenticeship program

Rep. Rick Larsen visited Marysville manufacturing company Acro Machining to see a youth apprenticeship program on Aug. 8. The statewide nonprofit organization Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee...

 

Survey shows increase in opioid overdoses

During the Second Annual Point-in-Time survey conducted in Snohomish County during a week in mid-July, law enforcement and medical personnel documented 57 overdoses as the result of opioids. That...

 

Council considers variety of issues

This week’s City Council meeting is the last meeting of August, since the Arlington City Council will be taking a break the rest of the month. The next meeting will be after Labor Day. Before they go, however, council was expected to vote on a...

 

MFD works to create Rescue Swimmer Team

The Marysville Fire District plans to have a new Rescue Swimmer Team soon that will be able to dive underwater to save drowning individuals. Eight local firefighters have qualified for certification...

 

National Night Out will be Aug. 7

This Aug. 7 will be the 35th year that the National Night Out has been held across the nation, including events in Marysville, Arlington and Tulalip. The event is meant to bring together communities...

 

Caution urged due to dry conditions

With temperatures in the upper 80s and persistent dry conditions, all residents in the Marysville Fire District are urged to use extra caution to prevent wildfires. Snohomish County and the city of Marysville are currently under a Stage 1 Outdoor...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will elect one to run in...

 

Marysville Police begin 'Coffee with a Cop'

Several officers from the Marysville Police Department will take a bit of time out of their day on July 30 to enjoy a cup of coffee and visit with area residents. They will be visiting with people during the first “Coffee with a Cop” event held f...

 

Memorial honors George Boulton

The Arlington Arts Council's newest community art sculpture is a memorial for George Boulton that has been installed next to the Mayor's Garden near Arlington City Hall. George Boulton was a...

 

Sign up now for CERT training

The city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District are offering another round of popular Community Emergency Response Team training in Marysville. Registration is now open for classes taking place...

 

Fireworks-related incidents decrease in M'ville

Preliminary reports indicate the number of emergency responses due to fireworks were significantly lower during this July Fourth holiday period than in previous years, within the city of Marysville and throughout the Marysville Fire District’s...

 

Dogs, owners enjoy Poochapalooza

Dogs of all shapes and sizes came out to Marysville's Asbery Field for the annual Poochapalooza put on by the Marysville Dog Owners Group. This year's event was held on July 9. "It's going fantastic....

 

Learn to save someone from an opioid overdose

Snohomish County Department of Human Services is offering another training session on how to save people from an opioid overdose. The training session takes place at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 9, at...

 

MPD seeks volunteers

Are you MVP material? The Marysville Volunteer Police program is recruiting for a few new members. MVPs offer extra eyes and ears for the Marysville Police Department, conducting patrols around schools, parks and trails; performing vacation...

 

Soroptimist Officers

Soroptimist International of Marysville welcomes the 2018-2019 club officers....

 

Residents express concerns about proposed ambulance fee

On Monday, July 2, Arlington City Council took input on a proposed Ambulance Utility Fee of $15 that could, if approved, be added to residents’ monthly utility bill to help cover the costs of Emergency Medical Services. About 50 residents attended...

 

Marysville hopes to create vision for State Avenue

Marysville officials hope to build a plan for the future of State Avenue with community members over the summer and their first workshop was held June 26. The plan is meant to guide the future of one of the city’s primary streets as growth continue...

 

Glasair hosts students to build airplane

Arlington business Glasair Aviation helped New York students build a plane as part of a national aviation challenge from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. This is the sixth year that...

 

Meetings focus on proposed tax

Residents will have two opportunities in coming weeks to learn about Marysville’s plan to fund expansion of the city’s jail and police station. The city is hosting two public meetings in the next two weeks to inform residents about the tax...

 

Arlington Garden Club donates to Oso Fire Dept.

The Arlington Garden Club donated a couple of planters to the Oso Fire Department and helped clean their Oso Memorial Garden up on June 22. Last year the club also donated a bench to the site of the...

 

Our Best Friends

Send us photos of you and your pet The North County Outlook has a weekly feature titled Our Best Friends. Community members can send us photos of them with their pets and we will elect one to run in...

 

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