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MARYSVILLE — The Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts might not be as visible as it was in the old Dunn Lumber building, but it's building a more stable future for itself.
MARYSVILLE — The rain came down like a solid wall, washing across State Avenue just as the Kiddies Parade took off from Totem Middle School toward Comeford Park.
EVERETT — As the graduating class of 2016 looked back on their time at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, they reflected on the pain and perseverance that defined their experience.
MARYSVILLE — The Strawberry Festival reflected on its 85 years through its Fashion Show June 14 at the Opera House.
ARYSVILLE — The eighth year of Marysville's Healthy Communities Challenge Day at Allen Creek Elementary June 4 saw hundreds of attendees of all ages working up a sweat, and not just from the sweltering sun.
MARYSVILLE — Tom King's "Road To Recovery" began last summer, following his wife's death.
MARYSVILLE — The students of Marysville Mountain View High School's SOAR program weren't tossing softballs when they asked U.S. Rick Larsen about drug policies or Democratic Party politics during a classroom visit June 2.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell High School Senior Awards for the Class of 2016 June 1 saw several students returning to the stage multiple times to collect awards.
MARYSVILLE — It wasn't their first time working in the weeds in Comeford Park, but the 35 employees of the Marysville branch of Keller Williams Realty had a new reason to focus on this particular city park for the company's Red Day of community service May 12.
MARYSVILLE — For the families who took part in the annual free fishing derby at Jennings Park May 7, the pleasant setting and shared experience were more important than whether they ate fish dinners that day.
MARYSVILLE — The 10th anniversary of Cinco de Mayo celebrations at Totem Middle School May 6 saw the local debut of opera and bolero singer Jose Iniguez.
MARYSVILLE — Although a lot of locals have invested a lot of love in the Marysville Boys & Girls Club, unit director Christina Trader and her staff have dealt with water-stained walls, ceiling leaks and a lengthy list of minor fixes.
TULALIP — The Marysville and Tulalip communities got into the spirit of Earth Day over the weekend.
TULALIP — Jacob Simmons, 30, boasts a significant amount of experience in the warehouse and manufacturing sectors, but job-hunting is complicated because he's deaf.
MARYSVILLE — While the spring garden and craft show at Totem Middle School focused more on crafts than gardening, there were still vendors with advice aplenty for those with budding green thumbs.
MARYSVILLE — Monique Edwards wants high school students who might have ruled out higher education to know that it can still be part of their future.
TULALIP — Gary Chandler's advice for business owners regarding a potential minimum wage increase is this: Better a little than a lot.
EVERETT — Marysville and Arlington kids joined thousands of fellow middle and high schoolers from across the county at Everett Community College's 14th annual Students of Color Career Conference March 24.
MARYSVILLE — Lumberjacks, blacksmiths, wool-spinners, folk musicians and competitive pie-eaters of all ages were among the crowds that thronged Ebey Waterfront Park March 19, as Marysville celebrated its 125th birthday.
MARYSVILLE — As Marysville celebrates its 125th birthday, Ken Cage looked back on its evolution, from community to village to town to city.