Business

Trade jobs in high demand, offer high pay

MARYSVILLE – If school isn’t your thing – don’t drop out, consider a career in the trades. That’s the message Scott Peterson wants to get… Continue reading

Globe wins General Excellence in statewide competition

The Marysville Globe won first place in General Excellence in the biggest weekly circulation category in the state Friday at the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association… Continue reading

  • Oct 17, 2017

Rolf lands ‘dream job’ as Arlington Boys and Girls Club’s new director

ARLINGTON – When Lyanne Rolf was going to classes at Arlington High School in the mid-1990s, she spent time after class at the Arlington Boys… Continue reading

Wilder band entertains at 1st Brew and Cider Fest

MARYSVILLE – The Margaret Wilder Band entertained about 100 people at the first Brew and Cider Fest at the Marysville Opera House Oct. 6. Proceeds… Continue reading

  • Oct 9, 2017

‘I’ll be there,’ chamber tells small businesses

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – “I’ll be there,” the old Jackson 5 classic, could be the chamber’s new motto. “We serve small businesses, and… Continue reading

Funeral Thursday for chamber’s only lifetime member

MARYSVILLE – The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce’s only Lifetime Member, John Wolcott, has died. Wolcott was a member of the chamber since 1991… Continue reading

  • Sep 5, 2017

Top Cub Aircraft to build plant in Arlington for high-flying China market (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Top Cub Aircraft is building a new manufacturing facility at Arlington Municipal Airport that will build planes for the high-flying China market, an… Continue reading

M’ville video store goes ‘retro’

MARYSVILLE – Old video games never die - they go to Another Castle. The store sells used games like Pong and Super Mario Brothers. But… Continue reading

Santa brings ‘hoe, hoe, hoe’ to Marysville Farmers Market

MARYSVILLE – Santa brought the Christmas spirit to the Marysville Farmers Market last weekend. “Christmas in July” was just one of the weekly themes the… Continue reading

Fireworks envy?: Go to Boom City

TULAIP – Many Marysville residents who had fireworks envy because of the ban went to Boom City on the Tulalip reservation. Sales neither exploded or… Continue reading

Bartells coming to Arlington

ARLINGTON – Bartell Drugs plans to open a new store in Arlington in the first quarter of 2018. It will be the 68th store in… Continue reading

  • Jul 11, 2017

Village Taphouse & Grill to reopen from ashes of winter fire; famous pies still top shelf

MARYSVILLE – After a fire gutted the iconic Village restaurant in February, it is ready to reopen for business June 24 with a new location… Continue reading

Low unemployment good news for job-seekers

MARYSVILLE - Like many soon-to-be graduating college graduates, Kailey Larsen and Laurel Thornlund are anxious to get jobs. Unlike other years, there are plenty out… Continue reading

Want to be taken for a ride? Try Uber or Lyft

TULALIP – Boyd Griffin has been driving for Uber for almost two years, and the money he makes is better than any other job he’s… Continue reading

Hear ye, hear ye? If you can’t you need to get ear aids

MARYSVILLE – Can you hear me now? That popular line from a commercial applies to many people. About 25 percent of the population can’t hear… Continue reading

Dentists greatly reduce pain for customers

MARYSVILLE – No pain no gain doesn’t cut it in the world of dentistry. Limiting pain as much as possible is how they stay in… Continue reading

M’ville looking to get 3 new car dealerships, tenant in old K mart

MARYSVILLE – City Planning Director Dave Koenig is usually low key. He was again at the City Council meeting Monday, even though he had some… Continue reading

Longtime Marysville home builder Belmark takes place of eyesore

MARYSVILLE – When longtime Marysville business Belmark Homes made the most of an opportunity to reinvent itself, it chose a road less traveled. In 2016,… Continue reading

Donna’s elaborate security system helps it crack down on crime

MARYSVILLE – Stereotypes can be hard to change, but Donna’s Truck Stop and the trucking industry nationwide are working to do just that. Truckers used… Continue reading

Truckers say they are trying to clean up their image

MARYSVILLE – Long-haul truckers Glen Adams and Bobby Samuel agree that the industry has cleaned up its reputation the past few years. Adams, of New… Continue reading