Steve Powell

Wait… Negotiate a serious process for this Marysville police team (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… (repeat as necessary). The Marysville Police Department’s Crisis Negotiation and SWAT teams spent hours in the hot… Continue reading

 

Survivor Lap extra special at Relay for Life in Marysville (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – The Survivor Lap at every Relay for Life is special. That’s when people who beat cancer walk around the track as other participants… Continue reading

 

Lincolns help those in need during Stuff the Bus in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – It may not surprise you that the Lincoln family volunteered to help the Stuff the Bus campaign Tuesday. The campaign is an effort… Continue reading

 

Marysville council talks about fireworks, cop who received nationwide attention

MARYSVILLE – Even though fireworks have been banned in the city for two years now, it was still a hot topic at the first City… Continue reading

Tour shows why new Public Safety Building is needed (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – How much do you spend in Marysville each year? Now take away the cost of groceries, prescription drugs and a large purchase like… Continue reading

Marysville’s interim superintendent explains why boundary high schools would work better here and now

MARYSVILLE – Equity and diversity, along with saving money, seem to be the key reasons why the Marysville School District plans to change from a… Continue reading

Smooch pooch just one attraction at Marysville’s outdoor dog show (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – The city went to the dogs Saturday, and the community couldn’t be happier. Hundreds of people and even more of their four-legged friends… Continue reading

Finally movement on alleged drug house

MARYSVILLE – For years, Jessica Ruhle and some of her neighbors have been trying to get an alleged drug house out of their neighborhood. Now,… Continue reading

Dare to derby

Boys and girls can’t skate through these practices, even though they are rolling along (slide show)

Marysville council to vote on transportation improvements

MARYSVILLE – The City Council will look to spend $3.74 million in Transportation Improvement District funds next year. The council will vote on it and… Continue reading

Those are not UFO’s at the Arlington Fly-In

ARLINGTON – Those are not UFO’s, they are drones. That’s a message Mayor Barb Tolbert wants to get out before the Arlington Fly-In this year.… Continue reading

State of the State (Avenue) not so good, but just wait

MARYSVILLE – The city wants to find out from residents the State of the State Avenue. At a public meeting Tuesday night at City Hall,… Continue reading

Tulalip chairwoman shares State of the Tribes address

MARYSVILLE – Tulalip chairwoman Marie Zackuse talked about everything from the history to the future during her State of the Tribes address to the Marysville-Tulalip… Continue reading

Don’t be afraid to change to grow your business

MARYSVILLE – I’ve always wanted to run my own business. But I’ve never had the guts, or the money, to take the risk. I have… Continue reading

Report: School boundaries would bring Marysville neighborhoods closer together

MARYSVILLE – A house divided cannot stand. That concept was made famous by President Lincoln and in the book of Matthew in the bible. Jason… Continue reading

Last time for Marysville Strawberry Festival fashion show at Leifer Manor as Donna is retiring (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Leifer Manor has hosted the Fashion Show for the Marysville Strawberry Festival many times over the years. But Tuesday was the last time.… Continue reading

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                                The Marysville Farmers Market brings in customers who want fresh fruits, vegetables and other items from local farms.

Going to market

MARYSVILLE – Not only is the nonprofit Marysville Farmers Market that opens today a fun place to hang out, it’s also helping people in need.… Continue reading

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                                The Marysville Farmers Market brings in customers who want fresh fruits, vegetables and other items from local farms.

Coaching change goes swimmingly thanks for ‘Chlorine Connection’

MARYSVILLE – Longtime Marysville swim coach Jaci Legore-Hodgins calls it the “Chlorine Connection.” “Even when the waves are rough it keeps us bonded,” she said… Continue reading

Outgoing schools superintendent Becky Berg talks with supporters at her farewell ceremony at Bleachers Restaurant at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville Tuesday.

Marysville leaders praise outgoing schools superintendent

MARYSVILLE – Lots of people had lots of good things to say about outgoing schools superintendent Becky Berg at a farewell ceremony Tuesday. So much… Continue reading

Outgoing schools superintendent Becky Berg talks with supporters at her farewell ceremony at Bleachers Restaurant at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville Tuesday.

Marysville teachers union asks for higher wages

MARYSVILLE – Teachers still have to buy classroom supplies with their own money. They still have to keep track of how much paper they use.… Continue reading