Tech, trades helping Marysville schools get rid of ‘black cloud’

MARYSVILLE – Interim superintendent Jason Thompson says the Marysville School District is making progress toward getting out from under a… Continue reading

I-5 ramp closure at 116th Sept. 21-24

MARYSVILLE – If your weekend plans include stopping in the Marysville-Tulalip area be sure to budget extra time for your… Continue reading

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Police: Man shot dead by Marysville officers while attacking wife with knife

MARYSVILLE – A man who reportedly tried to stab his wife in front of police was shot and killed by… Continue reading

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Lovick kids: Allegations about family’s struggles, not sex abuse

MARYSVILLE – A local campaign for state representative that turned negative last week could end up in court. In the… Continue reading

Young adults with disabilities lifted up by Eagle Wings in Marysville (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Since the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck almost four years ago, Kelsey Sheldon has not wanted to go to school.… Continue reading

M-P, MG swimmers win 4 events in meet against Cascade (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – The combined Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell swim teams won four events in a home meet against Cascade Sept.… Continue reading

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Arlington edges MG in tennis (slide show)

Wrapup of Wednesday’s varsity prep scores

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New Salvation Army leaders in Marysville push Scout-like program and others

MARYSVILLE – With four boys under age 5, no wonder the new leaders of the Salvation Army want to see Continue reading...

Adults need community service, too

For a number of years, schools in Washington state have emphasized that students become involved in community service. That connection Continue reading...

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Opinion

Leaders work for students to learn trades

By David Beyer, Leonard Kelley, Jon Nehring, Nate Nehring and Barbara Tolbert For The Globe-Times As the construction industry in… Continue reading

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No stamp of approval yet on balloting costs

OLYMPIA — Even with the postage paid, thousands of Washington voters didn’t get their ballots in on time for the… Continue reading

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Business

Settlement proposed over compost odor in Marysville

MARYSVILLE — An Everett composting company has agreed to pay more than $785,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it Continue reading...

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