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Marysville-Pilchuck alum Shane Pahukoa inducted into Hall of Fame

EVERETT — He was a professional football player for three years and before that, was renowned as one of the best defensive backs in University of Washington football history.

Marysville-Pilchuck falls to Lake Stevens 42-7 [VIDEO]

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck football team lost to Lake Stevens 42-7 Sept. 11.

Marysville Getchell defeats Auburn Riverside in season opener [VIDEO]

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell football team opened its season with a win over Auburn RIverside 29-26 Sept. 4.

Local Marysville sports practice before season starts next week (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — Local Marysville fall sports get practice in before the start of the season.

Local football team practices go underway (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — Despite a mass-senior exodus for the Marysville-Pilchuck football team, coach Brandon Carson says they are still league contenders.

Early Learning Academy to boost Tulalip Education (slide show)

TULALIP — After 12 years of planning, the Tulalip Tribes have finally opened their doors to the Betty J. Taylor Early Learning Academy.

Dam floods area; beaver moved (slide show)

TULALIP — Beavers are natural engineers, but can be a nuisance if they're residing in residential or city areas.

Intense CrossFit workouts give athletes a lift

MARYSVILLE — Kelsey Nagel works an office job in Bellevue and works out in Marysville. While working full time, she does CrossFit — an exercise philosophy and program, but also a competitive sport, that incorporates Olympic weight lifting, gymnastics, calisthenics and other exercises.

Tulalips host first National Night (slide show)

TULALIP — The Tulalip police force was proud to put on its first Night Out Against Crime independent of the Marysville police at the Tulalip Boys and Girls Club.

Family: Skateparks offer different challenges

MARYSVILLE — The skate park in Marysville hosts a variety of skateboarders, rollerbladers or practically anything with wheels to its site.

Summer tennis league offers lessons with a competitive edge

MARYSVILLE — Young tennis players who want to freshen up their skills or get their feet wet in the sport can do so at Totem Middle School.

Free Summer Meals provide more than lunch for kids

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville School District provides free summer meals for kids at eight locations throughout town.

Marysville hosts first-ever gun show

It wasn't easy, but Marysville hosted its first-ever gun show with help from show manager Doug Kerley of Big Top Promotions.

Marysville works to get fit

MARYSVILLE — In attempt to create a healthier community, the Marysville Parks and Recreation devised Free Fit Saturday, where members get to see a different form of exercise each week.

M-Ville falls in districts

EVERETT — The Marysville Little League team lost its two games to take districts July 8.

After injury, ex-power lifter now making jewelry

MARYSVILLE — Lizabeth Masonholder used to be a power lifter, squatting as much as 661 pounds. But now, after a freak accident moving some luggage, she lifts dainty items to make jewelry.

Marysville All-Stars win the district title (slide show)

EVERETT — For the first time in 10 years, the Marysville All-Star Little League team won the district softball championship game in a doubleheader against Mill Creek June 23.

Maryfest Fashion Show features Queen from 1957 (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Strawberry Festival Fashion Show and its Royalty returned to the Opera House June 17, along with royalty from years' past.

Marysville’s Malakhi Knight: A product of talent and hardwork

ARLINGTON — In sports, there seems to be an established dichotomy between two kinds of athletes — the naturally gifted and those who work hard. But there's also the athlete who has both traits, and Marysville little leaguer Malakhi Knight is a prime example.

Annual Berry Run commences at new location (slide show)

TULALIP — The annual Strawberry Festival Berry Run opened at its new location at the Tulalip Amphitheater June 14. Despite the new location, the annual event returned some familiar runners to trek the 5-kilometer route.