MARYSVILLE – The city's comprehensive plan includes projects to improve more than eight parks.
The Marysville Fire Department was busy responding to fireworks injuries, including a hand amputation, along with brush, tree and grass fires on July 4, while the Arlington department's numbers were down compared with previous years.
TULALIP – If Hank Williams Jr. was not an entertainer, he would be on a fishing boat or a hunting guide.
ARLINGTON – Before the ducks could even be counted, there were some concerns about whether they would make it down the Stillaguamish River.
ARLINGTON — A 60-year-old Arlington woman died from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident July 3.
MARYSVILLE — Lizabeth Masonholder used to be a power lifter, squatting as much as 661 pounds. But now, after a freak accident moving some luggage, she lifts dainty items to make jewelry.
ARLINGTON – From the Pancake Breakfast in the early morning to the finale Fireworks Show at night the Arlington Fourth of July Festival was a big hit.
MARYSVILLE – When Marshall Parker heard about the danger of more oil trains coming through town, he worried about his safety and that of his neighbors.
MARYSVILLE – The city has a lot to celebrate this Fourth of July. Not only is it celebrating our nation's independence, it also can celebrate its future independence from the railroad tying up traffic.
MARYSVILLE – Like a motorcycle rider, downtown Marysville needs a "kick start" to get going.
MARYSVILLE – Firefighters were trying to control a number of small dry grass fires off I-5 starting at about 1:30 p.m. today (June 30).
Today is the Fourth of July, the only legal day to set off fireworks this summer in Marysville and Arlington.
Marysville, Arlington and Tulalip were all worried about Fourth of July fireworks and dry weather conditions – and that was before two arsonists tossed flares from their vehicle, causing about 10 brush fires along I-5 June 30.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Tulalip Relay For Life not only showed its support for those who have fought cancer, but also offered avenues for others to contribute year round.
MARYSVILLE — People were obviously excited to have a farmers market back in Marysville after about a decade without one.
MARYSVILLE – The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a female body recovered from Ebey Slough around 7 p.m. June 23 near the 630 block of Sunnyside Boulevard at the base of Soper Hill.
It's my favorite time of the year to live in Marysville. Not just because of the beautiful weather but because I love music. And the Tulalip Amphitheater brings Seattle-quality concerts to our back door.
TULALIP — A fatal fire on the Tulalip Reservation last week has been attributed to outdoor burning that spread into blackberry bushes.
ARLINGTON — A man was pulled from the Stillaguamish River June 28 and taken by helicopter to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
LAKEWOOD — When The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times received an anonymous letter from those identifying themselves only as taxpayers in the Lakewood School District, superintendent Michael Mack agreed to sit down with us and address their expressed concerns.