Marysville Globe, April 19, 2014
April 19, 2014 edition of the Marysville Globe
GLOBE THE MARYSVILLE COMMUNITY: Walk MS raises $90K in Snohomish County. Page 3 SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2014 WWW.MARYSVILLEGLOBE.COM 75¢ Sikhs donate to Oso during their holiest day BY KIRK BOXLEITNER firstname.lastname@example.org SPORTS: Chargers sweep Oak Harbor. Page 12 Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo From left, Nikki Mahant joins Sukhman, Lucky and Raj Dhillon, as well as Chirag Mahant, in sharing a meal at the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Marysville on Vaisakhi. SPORTS: Cougars tee off against Wildcats. Page 12 INDEX CLASSIFIED ADS 18-21 11 LEGAL NOTICES 4 OPINION 12 SPORTS 5 WORSHIP Vol. 120, No. 41 1017101 MARYSVILLE — On the holiest day in the calendar of the Sikh faith, the members of the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Marysville demonstrated one of the central tenets of their religion — that of charity toward others, regardless of their backgrounds — by raising $4,100 and presenting it to Snohomish County Executive John Lovick on Sunday, April 13, the Marysville temple’s observance of Vaisakhi, so that Lovick could deliver that check to the United Way of Snohomish County in turn. Lovick was joined in his April 13 visit to the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple by Salli Hintz, on behalf of U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, but it was not his first time at the Marysville temple, as he had previously attended a SEE SIKHS, PAGE 2 Community meets to discuss fallout of Oso slide BY KIRK BOXLEITNER email@example.com SMOKEY POINT — Snohomish County and Washington State Department of Transportation officials answered questions and responded to the concerns of citizens during a Wednesday, April 16, community meeting on how their agencies plan to deal with the wake of the Oso mudslide. WSDOT Chief Construction Engineer Linea Laird introduced Snohomish County Public Works Director Steve Thomsen, the latter of whom explained how recovery crews were focusing more on the east side of the slide, and working their way up from the south toward the northern end, thanks in no small part to the temporary berms put in place by the Army Corps of Engineers a few days before, which allowed searchers to go over terrain that had been too flooded to enter before. WSDOT Assistant Regional Manager Todd Harrison and Region SEE OSO, PAGE 2 Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo Area resident Dave McGlothern proposes an alternate route for traffic to Snohomish County and WSDOT officials during the April 16 Oso mudslide community meeting.