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MARYSVILLE – Despite evidence to the contrary every July 4, more residents favor a ban on fireworks than support continuing them.
For 9 1/2 years, Byron Wright's family held out hope that he was still alive.
EVERETT — Michele Donohue of Arlington was sentenced July 29 by Snohomish County Superior Court Judge George Bowden to 16 years in prison for murdering her husband, Byron Wright, in 2004.
MARYSVILLE – The Marysville City Council exploded with ideas on how to deal with problems associated with Fourth of July fireworks – ranging from an all-out ban to putting on its own community event – at its meeting July 28.
MARYSVILLE – The City Council will consider using eminent domain to obtain land to widen State Avenue from three to five lanes at its meeting tonight at 7 in council chambers.
MARYSVILLE – Imagine the city’s waterfront filled with classy restaurants, a boardwalk and boutiques. Or how about condominiums and a casino? Wouldn’t a park with a stage for concerts and plays be nice?
Two Republicans and two Democrats are vying in Legislative District 10, Position 2, for your votes in the Primary Election, with the top two going to the November general election, no matter which party they represent.
MARYSVILLE – A train around a Christmas tree in the living room in 1999 sparked a love that has engulfed Mike and Janet Elmore’s back yard.
MARYSVILLE – How would you like to know your cell phone had been found even before you realized it was lost or stolen?
Having the audience walk from scene to scene around the small Marysville farm owned by Gail and Terry Johnson is only one of the things that makes the "Barn Show" unique.
MARYSVILLE – Like many 5-year-olds, Kaidynce Olsen likes to jump on the couch, stand on her head and have her sister chase her around the kitchen table.
MARYSVILLE – Sharleen Desrochers has never had a job, never had an apartment. But she has had a drug problem. And she does have an 18-month-old daughter, Madison.
MARYSVILLE – People of all types of religions and faiths will be invited to give the invocations at Marysville City Council meetings.
MARYSVILLE – In an effort to improve state test scores, two local schools are concentrating on their ABC's. Not the alphabet; it's not that simple. They are focusing on Academics, Behavior and Culture.
MARYSVILLE – Marysville Police Chief Rick Smith is a thinker. He’s always trying to figure out how to do more with less.
MARYSVILLE – It’s not that uncommon to hear a pastor say, “In the beginning …” But it is uncommon when the pastor is referring to a community garden at Marysville Getchell High School.