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Marysville Globe Top 10 web stories of 2013

From left, Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce Chair John Bell, Marysville City Council member Rob Toyer and Marysville Walmart Store Manager Sonia Smith are joined by Marysville City Council members Kamille Norton, Donna Wright and Steve Muller, Chamber Past Chair David Chin and Walmart’s Garrick Mandracken in dedicating the Marysville Walmart on Sept. 18, 2013. - File Photo
From left, Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce Chair John Bell, Marysville City Council member Rob Toyer and Marysville Walmart Store Manager Sonia Smith are joined by Marysville City Council members Kamille Norton, Donna Wright and Steve Muller, Chamber Past Chair David Chin and Walmart’s Garrick Mandracken in dedicating the Marysville Walmart on Sept. 18, 2013.
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MARYSVILLE — The Marysivlle Globe's website, www.marysvilleglobe.com, had a lot of traffic in 2013 with more than 338,826 pageviews. Below are www.marysvilleglobe.com's Top 10 stories for 2013 based on pageviews.

No. 1. Marysville Police seek public's help locating Level III sex offender , Sept. 27

Marysville Police are looking for John E. Stains, 39, a level III sex offender who was registered to reside at a home in Marysville but has not been heard from for several weeks.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/225554162.html

No. 2. Man killed by train in Marysville, 172nd Street reopens | UPDATED, Nov. 20

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.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/225554162.html

No. 3. Tulalip stabbing victim in serious condition , Nov. 1

The victim in a stabbing in the area of 27th Avenue NE and Marine Drive NE on the Tulalip Reservation, that was reported by a witness at around 12:45 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 1, is in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/230180941.html

No. 4. Marysville police make arrests in separate assault cases, Jan. 15

On the afternoon of Tuesday, Jan. 15, Marysville police officers responded to the assault of an individual who had reported that another vehicle had bumped his car. Officers also recognized the second vehicle as one that had been described by victims as being involved in a serious assault that occurred on the evening of Saturday, Jan. 12, during which three middle school-aged boys were attacked by a large group of individuals. One juvenile was placed under arrest for that Saturday night assault.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/187049041.html

No. 5. P A Fitness opens in Smokey Point, May 29

Mike Jellison had opened Power Alley in Marysville roughly a decade ago as an indoor baseball facility, and now, both his facility in Suite D at 13315 38th Ave. NE in Marysville and Lenny Moskowitz's facility at 3131 Smokey Point Dr. in Arlington will operate as branches of P A Fitness, whose initials are a tribute to "Power Alley," as Moskowitz has entered into a partnership with Mike and his brother Rick Jellison.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/business/209354951.html

No. 6. Police release photos of Kmart shooting threat suspect, July 11

At noon on Thursday, July 11, the Marysville Police Department released security tape photos of a suspect in the July 10 Kmart shooting threat incident and officials are hoping that someone may recognize the man or that he may turn himself in to authorities. The man allegedly threatened to shoot everyone in the State Avenue Kmart store after getting upset when he overhead employees discussing a routine security check, believing that it was aimed at him, officials said.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/215126321.html

No. 7. Marysville Police, FBI investigating bank robbery, Nov. 7

Four Marysville schools went into temporary lockdown in the wake of a bank robbery on Thursday, Nov. 7. Shortly after 10 a.m., an adult male suspect entered the branch of HomeStreet Bank in the 1200 block of State Avenue demanding money, and implied he had a weapon, but none was seen by bank employees. The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money. A Lynnwood Police K9 was used in an attempt to track the suspect, but was unsuccessful.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/231055201.html

No. 8. Gold's Gyms in Arlington, Marysville close mid-workout, Feb. 19

The Gold's Gym locations at Arlington and Marysville had their workouts interrupted on Feb. 19 when crews of movers arrived, with Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies in tow, to remove the facilities' equipment per a writ of execution. "It was a civil action, in which legal action was taken by another agency," said Shari Ireton, director of communications for the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office. "We're not aware of who that other agency was. We were asked to be there to provide security."

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/business/191920991.html

No. 9. Marysville Walmart opens | SLIDESHOW, Sept. 18

The Marysville Walmart opened a week later than it had previously planned, but this delay only seemed to make the surrounding community more eager to see the inside of the store. On the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 18, Marysville Walmart Store Manager Sonia Smith was joined by fellow Walmart employees and dignitaries from the Marysville community alike in cutting the ribbon to the store.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/business/224286271.html

No. 10. UPDATE — Four Marysville residents indicted on gun trafficking charges, July 10

Four members of a gun trafficking conspiracy based in Snohomish County are under arrest after being indicted by the grand jury for illegally selling more than 50 firearms to an undercover investigator, announced U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan. Heather Chancey, also known as Heather Lee Slater, 34, of Marysville, is charged in 14 counts of a 20 count indictment for gun and drug crimes. Mark Jenkins, 53, of Marysville, is charged in four counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, and James Michaels, 37, of Marysville and Curtis Van Putten, 43, of Marysville are each charged in one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

http://www.marysvilleglobe.com/news/214943951.html

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