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                                Joann Rouker and Jeffrey Sims

SMART probe says Marysville police “justified” in shooting death

MARYSVILLE – Nichole Sims called 9-1-1 and said her husband was acting weird and erratic, had a pocket knife and… Continue reading

Marysville continues to push for more trades classes

MARYSVILLE – Going to college is not the only route to a successful career. There are a lot of high-paying… Continue reading

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Eagle runner 10th at huge Lakewood meet; local football teams win big; Arlington volleyballers stun Snohomish

CROSS COUNTRY At Lakewood High Saturday in the 36th annual Hole in the Wall race, Arlington’s boys were eighth and… Continue reading

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From left, Fahlman, Nehring, Pierce and Craven

Business Summit talks about future of Cascade Industrial Center

MARYSVILLE – If you want the Cascade Industrial Center to be a success, vote against car tab Initiative 976. “I-976… Continue reading

Police seize weapons from reported neo-Nazi in Arlington

SEATTLE — Police have seized military-style firearms from an avowed neo-Nazi in Arlington. KING TV reported Thursday that prosecutors and… Continue reading

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Marysville seeks food, toys, volunteers to help those in need for holidays

MARYSVILLE – The upcoming holiday season can be especially hard for people in need in Marysville, Tulalip and Lakewood. That… Continue reading

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Multi-pronged prevention measures target opioid crisis

How you can help prevent opioid misuse in your home and community

You can have a fun bud-blooming time this winter

By Steve Smith First off, I suspect you would like an explanation of what the heck is a “bud-blooming” heather: Continue reading...

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2 from MG Students of the Month

MARYSVILLE – Madeline Grandbois and Nicholas Faber of Marysville Getchell have been named the October Students of the Month by Continue reading...

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Iverson takes on incumbent for Marysville City Council

MARYSVILLE – Kathy Iverson is running against incumbent Stephen Muller for Marysville City Council. The election is Nov. 5. Registered Continue reading...

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Civility is Still Alive and Well in Our Courts

Perhaps no one would argue with the fact that our public discourse has become decidedly more “uncivil” in recent years. Continue reading...


Bridging the digital divide in Washington

Comcast’s Internet Essentials program has connected nearly 340,000 in Washington State


Automotive peace of mind comes easily in Everett

With loaner cars and quality customer service, Everett shops make it worthwhile to pay a visit

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Discover in-home care with a human touch

Western Washington care provider creates a caring, responsive team with you at the centre

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Election observations

As journalists we get to engage ourselves with politicians during election campaigns more than the average voter. So we feel Continue reading...

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Globe 3rd in state for general excellence

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Globe placed third in the largest circulation category in the state for weekly newspapers at the Continue reading...

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Don’t let begonias be bygones; save them until spring

By Steve Smith With the mercury dipping into the low 30s I am reminded of the often-asked question: “How do Continue reading...

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