MARYSVILLE – If kids won't go to the library, the library will go to the kids.
MARYSVILLE — After being diagnosed with leukemia on Christmas Eve, Haylie Nordstrom received another diagnosis, this time confirming she was cancer-free, at Seattle Children's Hospital May 16.
MARYSVILLE – The 85th Annual Marysville Strawberry Festival "Honored Traditions, Future Visions" started a week ago, but it really gets into full swing this weekend.
MARYSVILLE – Many people braved intermittent rain, and sometimes thunder, lightening and high winds, to attend the Marysville Strawberry Festival over the weekend.
EVERETT — As the graduating class of 2016 looked back on their time at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, they reflected on the pain and perseverance that defined their experience.
MARYSVILLE – The 85th Annual Marysville Strawberry Festival "Honored Traditions, Future Visions" kicked off Saturday with the Kids Party in the Park at Asbery Field.
MARYSVILLE – A mom of two from Granite Falls won the overall title, but there were many local winners at the Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show June 14 at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
MARYSVILLE – Dozens of honors were presented at the recent Marysville-Pilchuck High School awards banquet for graduating seniors.
MARYSVILLE – William Howard Taft was president when Virginia Barrow was born a few years before World War I.
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ARYSVILLE — The eighth year of Marysville's Healthy Communities Challenge Day at Allen Creek Elementary June 4 saw hundreds of attendees of all ages working up a sweat, and not just from the sweltering sun.
MARYSVILLE – Strawberry Fields are not forever.
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MARYSVILLE – City workers helped put up a totem pole at the new Marysville Museum.
MARYSVILLE – Mayor Jon Nehring is known for his calm demeanor. He excels at being a mediator.
MARYSVILLE – Fifty Marysville-area students have received $108,500 in scholarships from the Marysville Rotary Education Foundation.
SMOKEY POINT — The Marysville and Arlington food banks received thousands of pounds of donations during the annual Letter Carriers' Food Drive May 14, but even more is needed.
ARLINGTON — The population is increasing but funding for public health is decreasing.
SMOKEY POINT — Tall shrubs and thick grass can cover a number of sins, as the volunteer crew that turned out May 14 to clean up around the Smokey Point Safeway found out.