News

Criminals may not think it’s FARO for Marysville police to use new tech device

MARYSVILLE – It almost doesn’t seem FARO. The Marysville Police Department has obtained a three-dimensional imaging device made by FARO. “It’s the CSI effect juries… Continue reading

116th overpass closures, detours coming this weekend

MARYSVILLE – Major construction is taking place at all four I-5 on- and off-ramps at 116th Street this weekend, causing long closures and detours. The… Continue reading

  • Jul 26, 2018

Briefs (July 28)

Brush fires; Viking fest back in Arlington; coffee with Marysville cops

  • Jul 25, 2018

New state law puts financial disorder in Marysville court

MARYSVILLE – The state taketh away, and the state giveth. Taxpayers are used to that formula, but now it has even reached Marysville Municipal Court.… Continue reading

Arlington briefs (July 23)

Zimmerman Trail reopens ARLINGTON - City maintenance crews have reopened Zimmerman Trail after damage caused by winter storms forced it to close for four months.… Continue reading

  • Jul 19, 2018

Nourse Tree Farm north of Arlington named state’s Tree Farmer of the Year

ARLINGTON – The New family, owners of the Nourse Tree Farm north of Arlington, has been named the 2018 Tree Farmer of the Year in… Continue reading

Fire levy lid lift on August primary ballot for rural Arlington

ARLINGTON – Snohomish County Fire District 21 is going to rural Arlington voters on the Aug. 7 primary election seeking a lift in property taxes… Continue reading

Marysville board wants more facts on proposed changes for secondary schools

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – In the 1996 movie “Jerry MaGuire,” actor Tom Cruise famously said, “Show me the money.” At Monday’s Marysville school… Continue reading

Marysville schools to pay outgoing Berg through April

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville School Board has agreed to a separation pact with outgoing superintendent Becky Berg, who had served the district for five years.… Continue reading

Tulalip working on road to new casino

TULALIP – The Tulalip Tribes are working on road improvements that will include a two-lane roundabout on Marine Drive at 31st Avenue as part of… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2018

Wait… Negotiate – a serious process for this Marysville police team (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… (repeat as necessary). The Marysville Police Department’s Crisis Negotiation and SWAT teams spent hours in the hot… Continue reading

Board gets first look at proposed Arlington schools budget for 2019

ARLINGTON – The school board on Monday got an early look at the proposed $74.8 million Arlington Public Schools budget for 2019. It’s the district’s… Continue reading

North to Alaska: Arlington man driving tractor to tip of Alaska and back to raise $500K for cure for juvenile diabetes

By Douglas Buell dbuell@arlingtontimes.com ARLINGTON – An Arlington businessman on Wednesday set off on his restored 1956 John Deere tractor to raise money to find… Continue reading

Video leads to arrest of 2 in 2 murders; 1 body found in Arlington park

Herald and Times-Globe reports EVERETT — Footage from a surveillance camera at a fire station near Blue Stilly Park has led to the arrest of… Continue reading

  • Jul 13, 2018

Marysville council talks about fireworks, cop who received nationwide attention

MARYSVILLE – Even though fireworks have been banned in the city for two years now, it was still a hot topic at the first City… Continue reading

Tour shows why new Public Safety Building is needed (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – How much do you spend in Marysville each year? Now take away the cost of groceries, prescription drugs and a large purchase like… Continue reading

Marysville’s interim superintendent explains why boundary high schools would work better here and now

MARYSVILLE – Equity and diversity, along with saving money, seem to be the key reasons why the Marysville School District plans to change from a… Continue reading

Finally movement on alleged drug house

MARYSVILLE – For years, Jessica Ruhle and some of her neighbors have been trying to get an alleged drug house out of their neighborhood. Now,… Continue reading

Crowd seeks vote on utility tax

ARLINGTON – In a week where Independence Day pyrotechnics lit up the air, a public hearing for a proposed ambulance utility tax had its own… Continue reading

Some fireworks were still going off over Marysville Wednesday night on July 4 despite the city’s second year of a ban. (Courtesy Photo)

4th fireworks calls down in Marysville

Cmdr. Mark Thomas said Thursday that Marysville police had a 20 percent reduction in fireworks calls on the Fourth off July compared with last year.… Continue reading

  • Jul 5, 2018
Some fireworks were still going off over Marysville Wednesday night on July 4 despite the city’s second year of a ban. (Courtesy Photo)