Kirk Boxleitner

Hope, Loomis tussle over controversial ad

MARYSVILLE — Less than a day after they met for their candidates’ interview at the office of The Marysville Globe and jointly pledged not to run negative campaigns, Liz Loomis and Mike Hope, who are running for the 44th District Representative Position 2, were already taking issue with one another’s campaigns.

Dunn Lumber adds 80,000 square feet on State Ave.

Dunn Lumber opened its Marysville store on Grove Street 41 years ago, but they're hoping they'll get a higher profile with their recent addition of 80,000 square feet of retail space on State Avenue, adjacent to their current property.

‘Pumpkins for Literacy’ raises money for local schools

SMOKEY POINT — For the seventh year in a row, visitors to the Smokey Point Plant Farm will have a chance to pick out a Halloween pumpkin and support literacy in the Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood school districts at the same time.

‘SPIN’ Dance lets special needs adults celebrate Halloween

MARYSVILLE — Adults with special needs in the community will be able to party on Halloween week at the Marysville YMCA, while also supporting families in need.

Fire destroys residential structure on 49th Dr.

At approximately 1:30 a.m. on Oct. 14, Marysville Fire District emergency crews were dispatched to the scene of a residential structure fire located at 9931 49th Dr. NE.

Orthodontist buys back candy for charity, troops

MARYSVILLE — Dr. Jason Bourne’s orthodontic practice was only a year old when he started buying back Halloween candy and he was impressed at receiving 120 pounds of candy from the community.

Police: Watch speed near schools

MARYSVILLE — With a new school year well underway, Marysville police have a message for area motorists: 20 miles per hour in a school zone means just that.

Serving Marysville

MARYSVILLE — Asbery Field was blanketed with volunteers Oct. 11, as members of local churches, schools and city staff teamed up to “Serve Marysville.”

Local Scoop holds spaghetti feed for local teen to see inauguration

Jessica LaPlante won't be old enough to vote in November, but if she can raise enough money, she'll get to see the new president getting inaugurated in person in January.