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Arlington mulls ambulance utility fee for EMS, public safety

ARLINGTON – Faced with mounting EMS costs and unfilled public safety needs, the city is proposing an ambulance utility fee of $15 that would appear… Continue reading

 

M’ville Superintendent Berg to step down from position

MARYSVILLE – After recovering for months from a brain tumor, Marysville schools Superintendent Becky Berg has decided to step down from her post. Her announcement… Continue reading

  • May 19, 2018

 

These housewives desperate to form a punk-rock band

MARYSVILLE – Four housewives declare their independence and form a punk rock band in “Angry Housewives,” a Seattle classic to be performed at the Red… Continue reading

  • May 18, 2018

 

Marysville students explore career options at Military Careers Day

MARYSVILLE – The school district and Career and Technical Education Department hosted its first-ever Military Careers Day on May 10 to give students a rare… Continue reading

Haller Park Splash Pad re-bid would delay project to next year

ARLINGTON – No one wants to be the one to break the news to the kids, but if you were hoping to cool off at… Continue reading

Briefs (May 19)

Healthy Communities Day MARYSVILLE – Kids and adults of all ages are invited to the free 10th Annual Healthy Communities Challenge Day June 2. The… Continue reading

  • May 17, 2018

Bikinis for beach not business, mom tells council

MARYSVILLE – A Marysville mom complained to the City Council Monday night that she doesn’t like that a bikini barista stand has opened up in… Continue reading

Fire damages M’ville home, 3 cars

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Fire District quickly extinguished a blaze that damaged a home and three cars Tuesday evening. Total damage is estimated at $140,000… Continue reading

  • May 16, 2018

Willow Place expands to give disabled adults room to grow (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Caregiver Sue Williss guided her “bulldozer crew” of disabled adults outside Willow Place; they took turns shoveling for a weeping willow planted in… Continue reading

Support for families of opioid addicts

SILVANA – It looked like any group gathering to play cards, talk about issues or eat dinner. Young and old, people from all walks of… Continue reading

Police seek help finding female bank robber

MARYSVILLE – A woman is being sought in connection with a bank robbery this morning. At about 10:20 a.m. Marysville officers responded to a report… Continue reading

  • May 9, 2018

M’ville offers many free summer events

MARYSVILLE – The city is offering a variety of free events this summer. The inaugural Splish Splash Summer Bash will take place June 27. The… Continue reading

  • May 9, 2018

Dog attacks 4 people, including church missionaries; one with serious injuries

ARLINGTON – A dog attacked two Jehovah’s Witnesses missionaries sharing their faith on Tuesday in Arlington, while two more people were also injured trying to… Continue reading

  • May 9, 2018

AD, student honored at M’ville school board meeting

MARYSVILLE – School district athletic director Greg Erickson and Marysville-Pilchuck High School junior Edgar Martinez shared the stage at the school board meeting Monday night.… Continue reading

Michelle Sheldon becomes first Tulalip tribal member to pass state bar exam

TULALIP – In a historic moment, Michelle Sheldon on April 25 became the first Tulalip tribal member to pass the state bar exam. She was… Continue reading

Arlington welcomes GloryBucha, county’s first kombucha brewery and taproom

ARLINGTON - Bring together an exacting Arlington brewmaster and a retired Silicon Valley tech transplant with a shared taste for kombucha, let their idea ferment,… Continue reading

Court officials settling in after Tulalip Law and Justice Center relocation

TULALIP – Tribal Court director Wendy Church still remembers the tight quarters in the old modulars that served as a law and justice hub since… Continue reading

Tommies return to help seniors in final year

MARYSVILLE – For 3 1/2 years, Marysville-Pilchuck students and staff have bravely dealt with their emotions related to the shooting in October of 2014. This… Continue reading

Now hiring: students stroll AHS Skilled Trades Day for career ideas

ARLINGTON – Several industries face a shortage of skilled workers, and the Skilled Trades Day fair at Arlington High School on Wednesday brought some of… Continue reading

Herald Publisher Josh O’Connor to lead Sound Publishing

EVERETT – Josh O’Connor, publisher of The Daily Herald, has been appointed President and Publisher of Sound Publishing, the media company announced Friday. He succeeds… Continue reading