Although the freezing temperatures that have already arrived could be coupled with precipitation over the weekend, the city of Marysville began planning for winter snow and ice when the fall had barely started.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen will conduct a telephone town hall for residents of the state's 2nd Congressional District on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Community Food Bank helped local families in need get a head-start on their Thanksgiving holidays by distributing their annual Thanksgiving food baskets on Nov. 22, 25 and 26.
The Marysville School District has submitted two levies for the Feb. 11 election ballot, and representatives of the school district met with parents and other members of the public in the Totem Middle School library on Dec. 4 to explain the distinctions between the two levies, including the respective needs that each one seeks to serve.
The Snohomish County Council unanimously adopted a motion naming John McCoy as the new state Senator for the 38th Legislative District on Nov. 27. He will fill a vacancy created by the resignation of former senator Nick Harper.
One month later, the results of Snohomish County’s Nov. 5 election are officially in.
The Arlington and Marysville police departments will be working with those of Bothell, Brier, Edmonds, Everett, Granite Falls, Lake Stevens, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, and Mukilteo — as well as the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, the Washington State Liquor Control Board and the Washington State Patrol — to reach zero traffic deaths by participating in this holiday “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.
MARYSVILLE — A 2013 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, Brandon Adam is the newest reporter to join The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times, but he looks forward to the Marysville and Arlington communities becoming his new homes soon enough.
Two young brothers missing since Sunday morning have been found safe according to Cmdr. Robb Lamoureux of the Marysville Police Department.
MARYSVILLE — The students of the Quil Ceda and Tulalip elementary schools received some special visitors on the morning of Monday, Nov. 18, who kicked off American Education Week by letting them know that their hard work has not gone unnoticed.
TULALIP — Representatives of the Tulalip Tribes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency sat down together on Tuesday, Nov. 26, to officially establish the first Native American In-Lieu Fee Program in the nation, for aquatic resource impacts and compensatory mitigation.
Marysville detectives are asking for the public's help in locating two brothers, ages 3 and 2, who were taken by their biological mother during a recent visitation.
MARYSVILLE — Mayor Jon Nehring is pleased to announce Parks Maintenance Manager Mike Robinson as the city of Marysville's Employee of the Month for October.
ARLINGTON — Drivers will notice new speed limit signs on State Route 531 through Arlington.
Sound Publishing, which owns The Arlington Times and the Marysville Globe, is gearing up for a busy Thanksgiving and Black Friday week, delivering 10 million holiday savings inserts to readers in the greater Puget Sound area. With 600 packed pallets covering our docks and more on the way, the staff at our regional press center in Everett is putting in over 2,100 hours to make sure our 42 local publications are chock full of Black Friday savings.
MARYSVILLE — Wendy Fryberg began serving on the Marysville School District Board of Directors in 2010, after being appointed to the Director District 4 position in the wake of Michael Kundu’s resignation, and she retained that seat in 2011, after running unopposed, but when that term expired this year, she chose not to run for re-election.
OLYMPIA — State Rep. Hans Dunshee is inviting the citizens of the 44th Legislative District to a town hall meeting via telephone, so that people can ask questions, share ideas or comment on issues of the day.
Marysville police are investigating a fatal accident this morning after a pedestrian was struck by a train just north of the railroad crossing at 172nd Street in Marysville.
A Marysville police officer has been placed on administrative leave due to an investigation, following the fatal shooting of his daughter on Saturday, March 10.
Heavy rains and rising temperatures brought flooding and landslides to portions of Western Washington on Wednesday. More rain is forecast today, but is expected to tail off in most areas by this evening.