Steve Powell

Marysville chips up green fees at Cedarcrest

MARYSVILLE – When you think of golf, you may think of big hitters and long drives. But that’s not the case when it comes to… Continue reading

Don’t tell them it’s exercise: Free Yoga Calm class keeps kids engaged

MARYSVILLE – Spread your fingers like a starfish. Move your knees side to side like windshield wipers. Move your legs like you’re riding a tall… Continue reading

Key to the city is business is booming in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – When talking to a chamber of commerce, of course you want to emphasize business. That’s what Mayor Jon Nehring did Friday in his… Continue reading

M-P, MG win, setting up Friday’s cross-town battle (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — When you have a Division 1 scholarship player on your team like RaeQuan Battle, it only makes sense that that’s who you go… Continue reading

‘Be GLAD’ that curriculum’s coming to Marysville

MARYSVILLE – The community should “Be GLAD” the Marysville School District is implementing a new curriculum with that very name. Statistics shown at the school… Continue reading

Tulalip to build new teen center

TULALIP – Every parent worries about their kids. On the Tulalip Reservation, that extends to their entire community. The young kids have the Youth Center… Continue reading

Giving young people the tools to fight racism in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – When a young girl talked about feeling afraid and defeated, event host JJ Frank immediately encouraged her. “We want to give you the… Continue reading

‘Strengthening Families’ series starts Thursday in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – The decline of the American family has been well-documented and debated for half a century. Some say rather than a deterioration the family… Continue reading

Marysville gym raises money to help M-P in remembrance of tragedy

MARYSVILLE – Ryan Swobody is a successful businessman with Remedy Athletics and has a successful career as a Marysville firefighter-emergency medical technician. In 2014, his… Continue reading

Traffic key issue as Marysville could vote Monday on MIC

MARYSVILLE – When it comes to adding 20,000 jobs in the Marysville-Arlington area over the next 20 years one concern that comes to mind immediately… Continue reading

AHS packed with pink for Coaches vs. Cancer event (slide show)

ARLINGTON – A year ago, Benjamin Monti went to the Coaches vs. Cancer event at Arlington High School for the first time. Like most people,… Continue reading

Inspired Eagles race past ABM Wildcats (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Obviously inspired by the emotional pregame Coaches vs. Cancer event, the Arlington boys basketball team looked like it was going to run visiting… Continue reading

Time to get or improve job status

If you are a federal government employee worried about the shutdown there are other jobs available. It’s a workers’ market as the jobless rate in… Continue reading

M-P beats MG in wrestling (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Marysville Getchell jumped out to a 6-0 lead, but it was short-lived as Marysville—Pilchuck powered past the visiting Chargers in wrestling Thursday night… Continue reading

Grace Academy plans $6 million expansion to be done by August

MARYSVILLE – Grace Academy broke ground Tuesday on a $6 million expansion that is set to be done by August. “You can burn through $6… Continue reading

Retaining teachers key to state-funded program in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – The ongoing teacher shortage means Marysville, and most other school districts statewide, wants to do a better job training the teachers they have.… Continue reading

All 4 local boys basketball teams win (slide show)

All four local high school basketball teams won their games Friday night. At Marysville-Pilchuck, the Tommies turned a close game into a route, outscoring visiting… Continue reading

Bust right across the street from Marysville Globe (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – It was like the show “Cops” right across the street from The Marysville Globe around 5 this afternoon. It wasn’t on the wide… Continue reading

Arlington High School boys basketball coach Nick Brown applauds during the opening ceremony of last year’s Coaches vs. Cancer game. (File photo)

Coach’s wife’s bout with cancer leads to benefit game

ARLINGTON – Caryn Brown was only 36 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer nine years ago. The community supported her in a big way.… Continue reading

Arlington High School boys basketball coach Nick Brown applauds during the opening ceremony of last year’s Coaches vs. Cancer game. (File photo)

De-escalation ‘in their DNA’

Marysville police do everything they can to make sure incidents don’t get out of hand