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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
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
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
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
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
MARYSVILLE – Many people love Christmas lights, but not too many enjoy putting them up. It can take many, many hours out in the cold.… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – I was recently the victim of a hit and run near Pioneer Elementary. A car backed into me, then passed a disabled car,… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – The Firestone at Smokey Point has created a firestorm on social media for helping a single mom with twin 14-month-old girls. Hailey Thome… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – Ron Armstrong has been renting a little house on Third Street for 32 years. This week, construction that will last until April started… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – Darilee Bednar said Nov. 10 that she may have to sell 3rd Street Books, which she has owned for 28 years. Bednar said… Continue reading
TWIN LAKES – Lots of people and organizations work to help the homeless in Marysville and Arlington. But Housing Hope recently broke ground on one… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE - Initiative 1433 would raise the minimum wage statewide to $13.50 over four years and require sick leave starting in 2018, actions supporters say would bring a more- livable wage for the lowest-paid workers.
TULALIP — Jacob Simmons, 30, boasts a significant amount of experience in the warehouse and manufacturing sectors, but job-hunting is complicated because he's deaf.
MARYSVILLE — Monique Edwards wants high school students who might have ruled out higher education to know that it can still be part of their future.
TULALIP — Gary Chandler's advice for business owners regarding a potential minimum wage increase is this: Better a little than a lot.
MARYSVILLE — As the WISE Women head into their third annual business showcase March 16, they took time during their regular monthly meeting March 2 to help women in business tell their stories.
ARLINGTON — Only once every 12 years does an area conference of Soroptimist International convene in Marysville or Arlington, since the Marysville chapter is but one of 12 in the area.
MARYSVILLE — City officials and the families helped celebrate the opening of Marysville's only frozen yogurt shop Jan. 30.
TULALIP — Walk into the Tulalip Beef Jerky Outlet, and there's a good chance that owner Tom Miller will try to give you a guided tour.