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Arlington staff exchanges kindness with grade school

ARLINGTON – Eagle Creek Elementary students are all about kindness. They made posters about kindness and gave them to the city to put up. In… Continue reading

  • Jan 26, 2018

Arlington widow honored for husband’s service

ARLINGTON – Kari Cook of Arlington lost her husband, Army SPC Ryan Cook, in Afghanistan in 2011. She attended a presentation last week in Everett… Continue reading

  • Jan 24, 2018

Youngsters learn all about science jobs

ARLINGTON - Two students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology visited Arlington High School recently to show 50 high school students what jobs are available… Continue reading

  • Jan 24, 2018
Irene Anderson, left, of Tulalip walks her dog, Sadie, with the help of Marsha Hicks, a volunteer companion with Homage Senior Services. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

More companions needed for seniors, especially in Arlington

TULALIP – One day, when Irene Anderson was feeling down, she called Homage Senior Services volunteer Marsha Hicks to tell her not to come over.… Continue reading

Irene Anderson, left, of Tulalip walks her dog, Sadie, with the help of Marsha Hicks, a volunteer companion with Homage Senior Services. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

M’ville’s ‘Happy Conductor’ wins Showcase on ‘Price is Right’

MARYSVILLE – Cory Cooper says he’s known at work as the “happy conductor, always singing.” “Why bring your problems on other people?” he said Friday,… Continue reading

M’ville teen in running for Military Child of the Year

MARYSVILLE – Gabriella Cardenas of Marysville is one of four semifinalists from Washington state up for the 2018 Military Child of the Year Award. Operation… Continue reading

  • Jan 19, 2018

Beecher named Arlington’s top cop

ARLINGTON – Kendahl Beecher walked away with some serious hardware at the recent Arlington Police Department’s annual award ceremony. Beecher not only won Employee of… Continue reading

  • Jan 19, 2018

3 from MG DECA off to state

MARYSVILLE – Three Marysville Getchell DECA students have qualified for state after placing in the Area 1 competition last weekend. Courtney Taylor placed first out… Continue reading

  • Jan 18, 2018

Coaches take on cancer in Arlington (slide show)

ARLINGTON – The gym was packed with pink Tuesday night in Arlington for its eighth year of participating in the nationwide American Cancer Society fund-raiser… Continue reading

M’ville man a contestant on ‘The Price is Right’ Wednesday morning

MARYSVILLE – Officials with the TV show “The Price is Right” contacted the Marysville Globe Tuesday evening to say a Marysville man will be appearing… Continue reading

  • Jan 16, 2018

55 years later, MLK’s issue still a problem here in M’ville (Updated with video)

Happiness can exist only in acceptance - George Orwell MARYSVILLE – Kierra Green and Eden Au Nguyen are two student leaders at Marysville Getchell High… Continue reading

Helping people in need at food bank helps MG basketball players appreciate what they have

MARYSVILLE – Giving back to your community is an honored tradition on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Corby Schuh’s Marysville Getchell High School boys basketball… Continue reading

Phyllis (Cara Thomas) is comforted by Joyce (Erin Carter) after a family argument in Red Curtain’s production of “Body Awareness,” running Jan. 19-Feb. 4 in Marysville.

Dark comedy ‘Body Awareness’ to feature other presentations on topic

MARYSVILLE – Red Curtain’s next performance is much more than the play “Body Awareness.” It will also feature a local artist and/or expert presenting a… Continue reading

  • Jan 15, 2018
Phyllis (Cara Thomas) is comforted by Joyce (Erin Carter) after a family argument in Red Curtain’s production of “Body Awareness,” running Jan. 19-Feb. 4 in Marysville.

A&T seniors Students of the Month in Marysville

TULALIP – Arthur Estudillo and Abagail Pierman are the January Students of the Month, as picked by the Kiwanis and Soroptimist clubs. Both are seniors… Continue reading

Book: You’re ignorant if you don’t know you are

MARYSVILLE – “You’re ignorant.” “No, you’re ignorant.” Turns out they are both right. No one knows everything. We are all ignorant to some degree. By… Continue reading

MPD donates 24 bikes to Africa

MARYSVILLE – In the United States, bicycles are often taken for granted. Everyone has one, right? Seems like it, especially for kids. But in extremely… Continue reading

  • Jan 8, 2018

Apply for Marysville Strawberry Festival Junior Royalty

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Strawberry Festival is accepting applications for the junior royalty. Involvement is open to all 6th- and 7th-graders attending or living within… Continue reading

  • Jan 5, 2018

His tricks aren’t just for kids

MARYSVILLE – Jeff Evans performed his holiday magic show before a few dozen kids and parents at the Marysville Library Saturday. He performs at the… Continue reading

  • Jan 2, 2018

Moon shot – super

Myles Redden of Marysville took this photo of the Super Moon Monday night.… Continue reading

  • Jan 2, 2018

Need for weekend food grows quickly; donations sought

MARYSVILLE – Kim Carrington used to go to the food bank to get supplies to help feed her six kids. But now that she works,… Continue reading