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Researcher gives state’s parents a ‘big fat F’

ARLINGTON – Parents in this state get a “Big Fat F.” That’s…

 

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Book takes researcher undercover with homeless

MARYSVILLE – Like many in this country, Ava Blair Porter wondered why…

 

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MLK speaker says still work to be done on race relations

MARYSVILLE – Growing up in the Deep South in the 1950s and…

 

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It’s OK for parents to ‘infringe away’ to keep their kids off drugs

LAKEWOOD – You go into your son or daughter’s bedroom. Where would…

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Games, not porn, No. 1 thing blocked from MSD Chromebooks

MARYSVILLE – Pornography is not the No. 1 thing being filtered out…

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Local GOP names finalists to fill County Council vacancy

EVERETT – The county Republican Party on Saturday chose three candidates to…

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Early learning pays off for young students

MARYSVILLE – The former Mountain View High School is now home to…

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Women climbing the ladder as firefighters

MARYSVILLE – Women are making gains in the job market in many…

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M’ville Councilman Stevens among top 3 for County Council

EVERETT – The county Republican Party on Saturday chose three candidates to…

M’ville waterfront gets a little bigger

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville waterfront just got a little bit bigger for…

Gateway to Marysville interchange closer to becoming reality

MARYSVILLE – The start of the process to build a new intersection…

Shooting victim uncooperative with police

ARLINGTON - Arlington police responded to a report of a gunshot wound…

  • Jan 6th, 2017
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Arlington wants to open makerspace to bring tools of innovation to creative thinkers, inventors

ARLINGTON – Imagine if Arlington had a place where inventors, gadget geeks,…

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New M-P food commons lights up lunch

MARYSVILLE – Everyone at Marysville-Pilchuck High School seemed happy about the opening…

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CT program reduces traffic congestion, pollution

MARYSVILLE – Nobody is against reducing traffic congestion. But how many are…

M.E. I.D.’s victim in Marysville crash

MARYSVILLE – A pickup driver died Jan. 1 after the vehicle went…

  • Jan 3rd, 2017

M’ville looks at annexation, priorities tonight

MARYSVILLE – Another annexation, this one 71 acres, will be discussed at…

6 more in running for Klein’s County Council seat

EVERETT – At least six more candidates are in the running for…

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Looking back on the memories of M’ville news of 2016

January After struggling for years to find a permanent home, the Red…

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Manufacturing center key for M’ville in ‘17, mayor says

MARYSVILLE – Looking ahead to 2017, Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring is most…

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3 local leaders on county council list

EVERETT – Outgoing Snohomish County Councilman Ken Klein has submitted the names…

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Longtime M’ville Christmas tree lot uprooted

By Steve Powell spowell@marysbilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – The lights are a little dimmer…

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New M-P food commons to open to students Jan. 4

MARYSVILLE – How about the Dunshee Diner? The Marysville School District had…

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M’ville schools set budget standards for spending money

MARYSVILLE – Even though we have plenty of rainy days around here,…

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Food bank makes sure low-income folks have a Merry Christmas (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Christmas is all about giving, and there is nothing more…

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Marysville, Arlington police seek information on robbery suspect

ARLINGTON – Arlington and Marysville police are seeking help to identify the…

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Kids need to be taught how to ‘keep calm’

MARYSVILLE – You can’t just tell kids to “Keep Calm,” you have…

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Heroin, Christmas stuff intermixed where squatters’ lived

MARYSVILLE – Like many homes with three kids this time of year,…

10th Street mock trial team members discuss the case during a lunch break. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

‘Nice judge’ helps students learn court system

MARYSVILLE – It is his place to judge. Marysville Municipal Court Judge…

10th Street mock trial team members discuss the case during a lunch break. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

M’ville schools getting panic button to help communication in a crisis

MARYSVILLE – Ever since the shooting tragedy at Marysville-Pilchuck a few years…

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M’ville woman ‘over the top’ about Christmas

MARYSVILLE – When it comes to Christmas, Sheila Bussey of Marysville admits…

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Trees at root of problem on Centennial Trail

MARYSVILLE – They say money is the root of all evil, but…

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More widening of State expected in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Public Works Director Kevin Nielsen’s favorite project is becoming closer…

Red Cross honors heroes at Tulalip breakfast

TULALIP – Firefighters, police and regular folks received awards at the American…

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Marysville, Arlington well-prepared for first snow of the season

’Twas the white before Christmas, and all through the town, Few creatures…

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SUV, school bus collide
                                Snohomish County deputies are asking for the public’s help to locate a hit-and-run driver who crashed into a school bus at about 2:45 p.m. Thursday at 108th St. NE and 78th Avenue NE when the students were being dropped off. The bus driver and suspect sustained injuries, deputies reported. No children were hurt. Deputies said the suspect fled on foot with obvious facial injuries, and abandoned the white-and-red SUV with Montana plate 430844B. The suspect is a white man with a shaved head, in his 30s, wearing tan Carhartt pants and jacket, skull rings on his fingers, a bullet necklace, and a diamond earring. Anyone with information should call 911.
SUV, school bus collide
                                Snohomish County deputies are asking for the public’s help to locate a hit-and-run driver who crashed into a school bus at about 2:45 p.m. Thursday at 108th St. NE and 78th Avenue NE when the students were being dropped off. The bus driver and suspect sustained injuries, deputies reported. No children were hurt. Deputies said the suspect fled on foot with obvious facial injuries, and abandoned the white-and-red SUV with Montana plate 430844B. The suspect is a white man with a shaved head, in his 30s, wearing tan Carhartt pants and jacket, skull rings on his fingers, a bullet necklace, and a diamond earring. Anyone with information should call 911.
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All aboard the Marysville Tour of Lights holiday trains

MARYSVILLE – Snow in the forecast didn’t put the brakes on Thursday’s…

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City brings holiday cheer to community with Merrysville for the Holidays and lights parade

MARYSVILLE – Downtown Marysville was aglow with holiday cheer on Saturday as…

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Becca Bill on truancy mellows with age

MARYSVILLE – After 20 years, the BECCA Bill, which deals with student…

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Strugglers become avid students

MARYSVILLE – If no one in your family has ever gone to…

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