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MARYSVILLE — Dinosaurs and trains might not seem like subjects that go together, but they somehow coexist quite nicely in the paintings of Marysville artist Jacques Drapeau.
MARYSVILLE — The ninth annual Cinco De Mayo celebration at Totem Middle School May 1 served authentic Hispanic cuisine to hundreds of attendees, and treated them to Latin-themed entertainment and activities for all ages.
MARYSVILLE — After Arlington and Lakewood teachers staged their day of protests April 22, Marysville teachers followed suit May 1, voicing concerns about class sizes, funding for education, excessive testing, health care bargaining rights and cost of living adjustments.
MARYSVILLE — "Keep your line tight," Shannon Karzmar told her 9-year-old grandson, Dylon Richard. "It's harder to tell if you've got a tug on the line if it's loose."
MARYSVILLE — Marysville YMCA staff agreed, when it rains in Western Washington, you have to have a "Plan B."
MARYSVILLE — If there's any lesson that Garnett Dixson and her son Kyle learned from the April 25 cleanup at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School campus, it's to dispose of gum properly.
MARYSVILLE — Nearly 90 volunteers were more than willing to get wet April 25. The city of Marysville observed Earth Day by coordinating the planting of 50 cedar and 50 spruce trees at Jennings Park with the help of the Adopt-A-Stream Foundation.
MARYSVILLE — The more that the community can help keep its parks and other resources clean, the more city staff can expand the scope of its work.
MARYSVILLE — The city's annual Shred-A-Thon again marked the culminating of its spring "Clean Sweep," even as the community prepared for Earth Day the following weekend.
MARYSVILLE — Four years of honing his craft finally paid off for Arlington's Dave Mitchell. On April 18, he earned a first-place ribbon from the Quil Cedar Carvers during their 30th annual "Artistry in Wood" event at the Red Curtain Arts Center.
TULALIP — Jesica Stickles knows the good work that her volunteers are doing through the feedback they get.
ARLINGTON — As much as the San Juan Salsa Co. remains committed to serving nothing but handcrafted salsas, they've nonetheless outgrown their facilities and will be expanding into a new building by the end of the year.
ARLINGTON — Justin Brackett found out he no longer had a job when he woke up and checked Facebook on his phone.
LAKEWOOD — Residents of the still-rural Lakewood community or not too crazy about the city of Marysville's plans for their future.
MARYSVILLE — While stream restoration projects are a common sight on city and county lands, Adopt-A-Stream planted trees and shrubs along the sides of streams running through private property in Marysville.
MARYSVILLE — Despite 42 years in the fire service, and 21 years as the fire chief of Marysville, Greg Corn has no real reason for retiring, other than just feeling like it's time for a change.
LAKEWOOD — "It reminds me of Everett High School," Elda Mercado said, as she looked at the plans for the new Lakewood High School. "There's lots of daylight."
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Strawberry Festival crowned Senior Royalty princesses Marina Ciferri and Cassie Coate, before crowning Savannah Perkins as queen at the April Friesner Memorial Royalty Scholarship Pageant March 14.
SMOKEY POINT — "We're the largest exporter by value," Richard White, manager of state and local government relations for Boeing, told the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce March 10.
MARYSVILLE — "It only looks like a torture device," Scott Ballenger laughed, as he chained the large wooden box to Quinton Morris' wheelchair. "But it's really training technology."