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Vandals strike Arlington Airport in two-week rash of overnight mayhem

ARLINGTON – Brazen vandals over a two-week period struck Arlington Municipal Airport,…

 

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Ex-Globe-Times publisher dies from cancer

MARYSVILLE – Kris Passey, the publisher of the Marysville Globe and Arlington…

 

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Marysville Food Bank hands out hundreds of turkeys for Thanksgiving

MARYSVILLE – It was the first distribution day for Thanksgiving turkeys and…

 

It’s jail and trail for M’ville

MARYSVILLE – It’s not trail vs. jail. It’s jail and trail. The…

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Black Friday crowds thinner; what will Shop Small Saturday bring?

While some people in the Marysville and Arlington area woke up nursing…

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Marysville cold-weather shelter to open for homeless on Thanksgiving

MARYSVILLE – When that first freezing nip of winter fills the air…

Trapped victims taken to hospitals

MARYSVILLE – Firefighters used an hydraulic prying tool to help victims trapped…

  • Nov 22nd, 2016
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Strugglers become avid students

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

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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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3 go to hospital after M’ville garage-residence catches fire

MARYSVILLE – ’Tis the season for fires as the temperatures get colder.…

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Police: 2 arrested in assault of ‘Deadliest Catch’ star

By Douglas Buell dbuell@marysvilleglobe.com TULALIP – Jake Harris, one of the stars…

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M’ville delays waterfront park until funding is secured for Public Safety Building

MARYSVILLE – If this was football, it would be “delay of game.”…

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Teen fight results in stabbing, sending 1 to hospital

MARYSVILLE – A 17-year-old is in an Everett hospital with life-threatening injuries…

  • Nov 15th, 2016
A portion of the almost $1 million and marijuana that was confiscated. (King County sheriff’s photo)

Huge drug bust involves Marysville grow; Arlington man arrested

MARYSVILLE – A marijuana grow operation in a warehouse just east of…

A portion of the almost $1 million and marijuana that was confiscated. (King County sheriff’s photo)

STDs increase due to behavior encouraged by apps like Grinder, Tinder

MARYSVILLE – Sexually transmitted diseases like syphilis and gonorrhea are on the…

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New M’ville resident has truck he built stolen

MARYSVILLE – Having a vehicle stolen would shake up anyone. But it…

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Marysville Mayor, Tulalip Tribal Chair join citizens’ call to ‘stop the stench’

MARYSVILLE — Complaints about the odor in south Marysville and north Everett were submitted to the Everett City Council, as elected officials and citizens from Marysville and Tulalip converged to air their grievances. Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring and Tulalip Tribal Chair Mel Sheldon Jr. stepped up to the podium together on April 20 to read from the letter they’d submitted to Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson and his City Council. In their letter, Nehring and Sheldon reiterated the concerns their citizens have expressed about the regional yard and food waste processing at the Cedar Grove composting facility located on Smith Island, within the Everett city limits, and asked that the Mayor and City Council of Everett do what they could to ensure that Cedar Grove complies with regulations designed to limit environmental impacts of its operations on surrounding areas. Marysville resident Mike Davis, founder of Citizens for a Smell Free Snohomish County, followed Nehring and Sheldon by handing the Everett City Council a petition with more than 1,200 signatures from residents of Marysville, Everett and Lake Stevens, which were collected during a span of three weeks by no more than three volunteers. Davis and his fellow citizens believe that Cedar Grove’s Smith Island facility is the source of the smell, and their petition calls for “the company and the regulators who oversee them to stop the stench.”

  • Dec 5th, 2016

Man jailed under investigation for carjacking, robbery and pellet gun assault at outlet mall in Tulalip

EVERETT – A 27-year-old man is being held in the Snohomish County…

  • Nov 8th, 2016
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Marysville swimmers and divers qualify to state

SNOHOMISH — Local swimmers and divers qualified to state after placing at…

  • Nov 14th, 2016
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                                Marysville Getchell’s Chloe Bishop in mid-dive.
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Marysville 93-year-old Cubs fan revels in World Series win

MARYSVILLE – Art Olson has seen 16 presidents take office and dozens…

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Longtime Marysville Democrat Raymond Miller holds a photo he took with President Obama, while his wife, Jennifer, holds one of her husband and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Longtime M’ville Democrat hopeful about historic election

MARYSVILLE – On the eve of a historic election, if Hillary Clinton…

Longtime Marysville Democrat Raymond Miller holds a photo he took with President Obama, while his wife, Jennifer, holds one of her husband and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Arlington advances in 3A girls soccer tournament; local runners qualify for state

ARLINGTON — The No. 1-seeded Arlington girls soccer team won a first-round match in the 3A district tournament over Lynnwood 4-1 Oct. 29. Arlington goals: McKenzie Buell scored a hat-trick, and Kirsten Phillips had one more. The Eagles play a quarterfinals game, tonight, at the fifth-seeded Shorecrest at 7 p.m.

  • Nov 1st, 2016

It costs 68 cents to mail in General Election ballot

The cost to mail in your General Election ballot this year in Snohomish County is 68 cents.

  • Nov 1st, 2016

Needle, screw found in candy bars in Marysville on Halloween

MARYSVILLE – Marysville police are investigating a report of a needle found in a candy bar while the boy was trick-or-treating near Allen Creek Elementary School Halloween night.

  • Nov 1st, 2016

Arlington advances in 3A girls soccer tournament and qualifies for state in boys cross country

ARLINGTON — The No. 1-seeded Arlington girls soccer team won a first-round match in the 3A district tournament over Lynnwood 4-1 Oct. 29. Arlington goals: McKenzie Buell scored a hat-trick, and Kirsten Phillips had one more. The Eagles play a quarterfinals game, tonight, at the fifth-seeded Shorecrest at 7 p.m.

  • Nov 1st, 2016

Discolored water not a Halloween prank, but it should be fixed soon

MARYSVILLE – It's not a Halloween trick. Some areas of north Marysville, Smokey Point and Lakewood are experiencing discolored water caused by a damaged water hydrant.

  • Oct 31st, 2016

Bail $500,000 for woman accused in Arlington arson

ARLINGTON –The woman arrested in connection with an explosive fire that destroyed a historic building in downtown Arlington is being held on $500,000 bail and faces a charge of first-degree arson.

  • Oct 31st, 2016

Woman, 53, arrested for Arlington arson

ARLINGTON – A domestic violence dispute allegedly was behind the fire that destroyed a historic building in downtown Arlington Monday.

  • Oct 28th, 2016
Officer Brad Smith watches as Steele sniffs out the drugs in a training exercise in Marysville this week.

Taking a bite out of crime no easy task

MARYSVILLE – Officers Derek Oates and Brad Smith are finding it hard to replace the old with the new.

  • Oct 27th, 2016
Officer Brad Smith watches as Steele sniffs out the drugs in a training exercise in Marysville this week.
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M’ville blogger’s research, writing skills keep dogs’ tails wagging

MARYSVILLE – A woman's best friends are her dogs.

  • Oct 26th, 2016
Kimberly Gauthier of Marysville plays with two of her four dogs outside her home. Gauthier writes a blog that has caught nationwide attention
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Former gymnasts flourishing in the dives

MARYSVILLE — A broken back isn't an injury many can walk away from. Some can't at all.

Brandon Adam/Staff PhotoLexi Kilbourn of Marysville Getchell in mid-dive.

To raise minimum wage or not is key ballot question

MARYSVILLE - Initiative 1433 would raise the minimum wage statewide to $13.50 over four years and require sick leave starting in 2018, actions supporters say would bring a more- livable wage for the lowest-paid workers.

  • Oct 26th, 2016
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Bond to build waterfront park part of M’ville budget plan

MARYSVILLE – We can build that waterfront park for $26 million, consultants said.

  • Oct 27th, 2016
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Bond to build waterfront park part of M’ville budget plan

MARYSVILLE – We can build that waterfront park for $26 million, consultants…

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Alateen helps kids deal with alcoholics

Editor's note: The names in this article are changed because Alateen, and the adult version Al-Anon, are anonymous.

  • Oct 26th, 2016
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Taking a bite out of crime no easy task

MARYSVILLE – Officers Derek Oates and Brad Smith are finding it hard…

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Marysville Getchell netters win; Chargers and Eagles seeded in the 3A North district soccer tournament; Tommies still have a chance (slide show)

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Marysville Getchell defeated Mountlake Terrace 3-0 (25-23, 25-18 and 25-23) Oct. 25. MG highlights: Freshman outside hitter Ali Sievers had 12 kills, and senior defensive specialist Robin Meador had 16 digs. MG's record improved to 4-10. The Chargers will host Shorewood in a play-in game Oct 27. at noon. If MG wins, it will seed in the 3A district tournament.

  • Oct 26th, 2016
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Fire damages historic downtown Arlington building

ARLINGTON – A two-alarm fire in downtown Arlington Monday night damaged one of the town’s original historic buildings along Olympic Avenue.

  • Oct 25th, 2016

Fire damages historic downtown Arlington building

ARLINGTON – A two-alarm fire in downtown Arlington Monday night damaged one of the town’s original historic buildings along Olympic Avenue.

  • Oct 25th, 2016
Brandon Adam/Staff PhotoLakewood’s Matt Ramirez shedding off Sedro-Woolley defenders.

Local football teams take losses (slide show)

OAK HARBOR — A two-point conversion gave up by Arlington in the fourth quarter handed the Eagles a 22-21 loss to Oak Harbor Oct. 21 in a Wesco 3A North League football game.

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