Douglas Buell

Central Welding Supply opens first store outside lower 48 states

MARYSVILLE – Marysville-based Central Welding Supply will open its first store outside the lower 48 states when it opens for business Feb. 27 in Wasilla,… Continue reading

Chamber ups its voice for business in the new year

TULALIP – The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce spent the past year fine-tuning its chops to be the voice for a more-connected business community.… Continue reading

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital announces CEO

MARYSVILLE - Matt Crockett, a behavioral healthcare executive with hospital management experience, has been named the new chief executive officer at the Smokey Point Behavioral… Continue reading

Mayor: time to clean up crime, move traffic, boost job growth

TULALIP – Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring delivered his state of the city address, highlighting successes in 2016 and pledging renewed commitment to public safety, better… Continue reading

Marysville cold weather shelter homeless: churches rally

MARYSVILLE - Church leaders spent time this week trying to come up with a short-term solution for a homeless shelter after the surprise announcement that… Continue reading

One night in Marysville’s emergency cold weather shelter

MARYSVILLE - Snohomish County and its cities and towns are preparing to conduct their annual Point in Time homeless count Tuesday. You don’t have to… Continue reading

Local GOP names finalists to fill County Council vacancy

EVERETT – The county Republican Party on Saturday chose three candidates to fill a vacant seat on the Snohomish County Council. Nate Nehring, Kevin Ashe… Continue reading

M’ville Councilman Stevens among top 3 for County Council

EVERETT – The county Republican Party on Saturday chose three candidates to fill a vacant seat on the Snohomish County Council. Nate Nehring, Kevin Ashe… Continue reading

Marysville firm manufactures modern decks for urban dwellers

MARYSVILLE – The light bulb moment came during the “leaky condo crisis” a decade ago when Norman Singfield, president of Skyline Engineered Systems in Marysville,… Continue reading

3 local leaders on county council list

EVERETT – Outgoing Snohomish County Councilman Ken Klein has submitted the names of three nominees to the county Republican Party to fill his seat on… Continue reading

6 more in running for Klein’s County Council seat

EVERETT – At least six more candidates are in the running for Ken Klein’s seat on the County Council. Klein, a Republican from Arlington, is… Continue reading

‘The Voice’ is nothing; she’s got the voices

MARYSVILLE – Marysville’s Dolores Rogers has been called, “The Woman of 100 Voices.” Rogers, a professional voice-over virtuoso who can talk like the animals, boys,… Continue reading

Marysville, Arlington police seek information on robbery suspect

ARLINGTON – Arlington and Marysville police are seeking help to identify the suspect in an attempted robbery and robbery at two Subway restaurants Wednesday in… Continue reading

Marysville, Arlington well-prepared for first snow of the season

’Twas the white before Christmas, and all through the town, Few creatures were stirring, many wore a frown, Snow causes crazy traffic throughout Puget Sound,… Continue reading

All aboard the Marysville Tour of Lights holiday trains

MARYSVILLE – Snow in the forecast didn’t put the brakes on Thursday’s opening night for this year’s Holiday Tour of Lights at Cedarcrest Golf Course,… Continue reading

City brings holiday cheer to community with Merrysville for the Holidays and lights parade

MARYSVILLE – Downtown Marysville was aglow with holiday cheer on Saturday as warm-dressed festival-goers enjoyed the annual Merrysville for the Holidays celebration and Electric Lights… Continue reading

Vandals strike Arlington Airport in two-week rash of overnight mayhem

ARLINGTON – Brazen vandals over a two-week period struck Arlington Municipal Airport, leaving thousands of dollars of property damage in their path. The perpetrators damaged… Continue reading

Marysville Food Bank hands out hundreds of turkeys for Thanksgiving

MARYSVILLE – It was the first distribution day for Thanksgiving turkeys and food for the holidays at the Marysville Community Food Bank, and it’s busier… Continue reading

Black Friday crowds thinner; what will Shop Small Saturday bring?

While some people in the Marysville and Arlington area woke up nursing turkey hangovers that they hoped to shake in time for the Apple Cup,… Continue reading

Marysville Food Bank hands out hundreds of turkeys for Thanksgiving

MARYSVILLE – It was the first distribution day for Thanksgiving turkeys and food for the holidays at the Marysville Community Food Bank, and it’s busier… Continue reading