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MARYSVILLE — Bicyclist Paul Rodriguez arrived in Marysville during a typical bout of Pacific Northwest weather, but in his five years of pedaling across the country to raise awareness for brain cancer, it was hardly the worst storm that the Jacksonville, Fla., native has weathered.
MARYSVILLE — The negotiations between the Marysville School District and the Service Employees International Union Local 925 escalated when about 30 employees braved the cold, wet weather Dec. 14 to picket outside Totem Middle School. That came after close to 50 picketed the district's service center Dec. 11.
TULALIP — The annual Native Bazaar wrapped its second and final weekend Dec. 5-6, with 32 Tulalip Tribal artists and crafters joined by four others from non-Tulalip tribes at the Don Hatch Jr. Youth Center.
TULALIP — Walk into the Tulalip Beef Jerky Outlet, and there's a good chance that owner Tom Miller will try to give you a guided tour.
MARYSVILLE — While most people still associate the winter holidays more with snowfall, city of Marysville maintenance workers have been battling strong winds and heavy rains to get the Cedarcrest Golf Course ready for the fifth annual Holiday Tour of Lights.
MARYSVILLE — Comeford Park was drenched but festive through the afternoon and evening of Dec. 5, as the 27th annual Merrysville for the Holidays marked the start of the season.
MARYSVILLE — With a son in the Navy and a daughter in the Coast Guard, Marysville's Katherine and David Girard have grown accustomed to holidays without their kids.
MARYSVILLE — “There’s nothing like pizza for Thanksgiving,” Marysville Community Food Bank Director Dell Deierling laughed, as his crew of 45 volunteers handed out frozen Pizza Hut pizzas, along with more than 220 frozen turkeys, to the food bank’s Thanksgiving basket recipients Nov. 20.
MARYSVILLE — Pam Braegelmann pored over Sheryl Becker's assortment of pastel-hued pepper sprays, stun-guns and automobile emergency supplies.
TULALIP — It was a night for festive song, flavorful cuisine and terrible impressions of Marlon Brando in The Godfather, but it was also a moment to honor those who had sacrificed on behalf of others.
TULALIP — ''So if it looks like someone needs CPR, first we ask ourselves, is it safe?'' Jessie Chen, a volunteer for the American Red Cross of Snohomish County, told the kids at the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club on Nov. 13. ''Then we ask them, 'Are you okay?' Then, if they don't respond, we tell someone, 'You, call 911!'''
MARYSVILLE — Representatives of the Marysville Special Education PTSA have made frequent trips to Olympia to lobby state legislators, but Nov. 10 marked the first time that was reciprocated.
MARYSVILLE — Those looking to support the Marysville Community Food Bank through the annual All-City Food Drive still have a chance to break the event's records for food and money donations on Saturday, Nov. 14, when the Marysville Walmart sets out its big red barrels.
MARYSVILLE - Those looking to support the Marysville Community Food Bank through the annual All-City Food Drive still have a chance to break the event's records for food and money donations on Saturday, Nov. 14, when the Marysville Walmart sets out its big red barrels.
MARYSVILLE — In the only contested race in Marysville, for Position 5 on the City Council, first-term incumbent Rob Toyer received 60.5 percent, or 2,452 votes, while challenger Clarence Shaw received 38.81 percent, or 1,573 votes.
MARYSVILLE — Among all the comic book superheroes, Disney princesses, action figures, video game characters and horror movie villains to descend on Third Street Oct. 31, there was only one Jake from State Farm.
MARYSVILLE — The one-year anniversary of the Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting was marked with a walk on the stadium's track Oct. 24, with participants including survivor Nate Hatch.
MARYSVILLE – The home field stands at Marysville-Pilchuck's Quil Ceda stadium were packed to the rafters with students, parents, school district staff, government officials and community members Oct. 24. They came together to observe the one-year anniversary of the high school shooting by proclaiming "M-P Stronger" after having time to heal.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Special Education PTSA's annual Fun Fair is not only its primary fundraiser, but also helps connect families with special-needs students to community organizations that can assist them.
MARYSVILLE — James Monaco gave himself the 90th birthday present of going scuba diving in the Caribbean.