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Arlington, Marysville and Lake Stevens Police are teaming up to serve drinks and bus tables at the Marysville Red Robin April 12, as part of the annual "Tip-a-Cop" event, which raises funds for the Law Enforcement Torch Run, benefiting Special Olympics athletes in the local community.
From noon to 8 p.m., approximately half a dozen officers from each city's department will be working as "celebrity waiters" at the Red Robin, located at 16814 Twin Lakes Ave., and they'll have their police vehicles and equipment out on display.This week in history
10 years ago 1998MP tennis wins three in a row
The win over Arlington was M-P's third in a row, giving the Tomahawks a winning record after opening the season with losses against conference powerhouses Snohomish and Stanwood. They rebounded in back-to-back games against Everett and Lake Stevens March 19 and 20, by marks of 4-3.
Marysville's number one singles player Ashley Bartlett struggled in her match against Arlington's powerhouse player Ivana Krommelova, but the rest of Bartlett's teammates took their wins in two sets. Jodie Anderson defeated Colleen McElroy 6-1, 6-2 at second singles, Lianne Falenski defeated Kaitlyn Scott 6-3, 6-3 at third singles, and Taylor Olsen defeated Emery Zednick 6-1, 6-1 at fourth.Stanwood edges M-P track
Multiple Tomahawks won multiple events. Sophomore Cali Cull took the long jump with a mark of 15-10 3/4 and the triple jump with a leap of 34-4 1/4 on top of running the second leg of a winning 4x100-meter relay. Junior Ryan Lanphere did it for the boys in distance events, winning the mile with a 4:38.39 time and the two mile a little later on in 10:35.04.Marysville narrowly falls in four-team golf meet
As Snohomish hosted Marysville, Arlington and Stanwood, the visitors fell fewer than 10 strokes apart in the standings, though none came close to usurping their host for first place.M-P tops Arlington, Oak Harbor