MARYSVILLE – Marysville Fire Chief Greg Corn officially retired March 26.
MARYSVILLE – “Mr. Marysville” Dennis Kendall, former mayor and longtime cheerleader for the city, died Monday at the age of 72.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck baseball team improved to 2-1 with a 4-3 win over Cascade March 24.
MARYSVILLE – Six choirs from four schools performed at the Festival Choir Invitational at Marysville-Pilchuck High School March 24.
TULALIP — Former Tulalip Tribes chairman Mel Sheldon Jr. will return to that role when he is sworn in at the tribes' board meeting April 4.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington boys golf team took first out of three teams at a Wesco 3A match at Gleneagle Golf Course March 23 with a score of 225.
MARYSVILLE – Value Village is in the business of receiving. Without donations of clothes and other items it wouldn't survive.
ARLINGTON – Two fund-raising events are planned locally for Nicole Thompson, who moved to Elk a year but has since been diagnosed with a rare, genetic form of colon cancer.
OSO — One year after the slide that claimed 43 lives, Oso and Darrington came together to heal with those who helped them recover from the tragedy.
ARLINGTON – Ronald John Brennan Jr., a convicted Level 3 sex offender, has moved to the 12400 block of Highway 9 NE in Arlington.
MARYSVILLE — Students at Marysville-Pilchuck High School won’t have to make up the five days of classes canceled when the campus was closed following the murder-suicide in October.
MARYSVILLE — A man is still on the loose, escaping police after getting his vehicle stuck while driving up the railroad tracks on 4th Street in Marysville March 21.
MARYSVILLE — Despite 42 years in the fire service, and 21 years as the fire chief of Marysville, Greg Corn has no real reason for retiring, other than just feeling like it's time for a change.
LAKEWOOD — "It reminds me of Everett High School," Elda Mercado said, as she looked at the plans for the new Lakewood High School. "There's lots of daylight."
MARYSVILLE – Engineering staff is recommending that the city reject all bids Monday night for the Sunnyside Well Treatment Facility Project.
ARLINGTON – Cole Alexander doesn't care if his clients think he's boring. "I know I'm having a really good day if there's a lot of snoring," he joked. Alexander offers low-cost acupuncture through FreeRange Health at the Stillaguamish Senior Center.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Strawberry Festival crowned Senior Royalty princesses Marina Ciferri and Cassie Coate, before crowning Savannah Perkins as queen at the April Friesner Memorial Royalty Scholarship Pageant March 14.
SMOKEY POINT – When a wine bar, dentist office and chiropractor open businesses right next to each other, which should you go to first?
Are we a “salad bowl” or a “melting pot?” (Or, the unintended consequences of diversity.) A “melting pot” allows ingredients from vastly different backgrounds to coalesce to form a brand new result.
Has anyone else noticed the traffic problem at Smokey Point? We hope so. Dozens of businesses have gone in there in the past decade. While there have been road improvements, obviously they have not been enough to avoid gridlock many times almost every day.