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MARYSVILLE – When my girls were young, cities didn't have such things as Father-Daughter dances.
MARYSVILLE – "When you guys score a touchdown, you need to call your parents."
Anthony Rodrigues of Arlington and Mitchell VonRuden of Marysville are not your typical high school students.
TULALIP – Homeless people normally like their privacy.
MARYSVILLE – Marysville schools, police, fire and the community at-large received American Red Cross Real Heroes Awards at the City Council meeting Jan. 26.
MARYSVILLE – Two University of Washington students who went to different high schools in Marysville are part of a socially charged production on the Seattle campus the next two weeks called "Yellow Face."
MARYSVILLE – Jon Walker wants to lead a team, but also be part of a team. That is why he is glad to be the new city attorney for Marysville.
MARYSVILLE – Police Chief Rick Smith's goal for 2014 was to reduce crime 20 percent. And his Marysville Police Department almost did, at least in the most crime-ridden area downtown.
MARYSVILLE – The City Council had a number of housekeeping chores to do at its first meeting of the New Year Jan. 12.
MARYSVILLE – "Maybe we shouldn't have Martin Luther King Day anymore."
MARYSVILLE – While most middle schoolers listen to Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber, those in the 10th Street Jazz Band listen to Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Bennie Goodman.
LAKEWOOD – Taking it one step at a time is easier said than done for Todd Duitsman.
MARYSVILLE – Recovery Director Mary Schoenfeldt is telling the Marysville School Board some things it doesn't want to hear.
MARYSVILLE – Culminating projects likely are on their way out in the Marysville School District.
MARYSVILLE – Marysville School District Superintendent Becky Berg raised both arms as if her alma mater Huskies had just scored a touchdown after the school board voted to hire eduro for 21st Century Technology Professional Development.
The editorial staff at The Marysville Globe-The Arlington Times announces its picks as the biggest new stories for 2014 in the Marysville, Arlington communities.
MARYSVILLE – Pancake Art, Baby Sign Language and Kaleidoscope are just three of the unique classes Marysville is offering in its Parks and Recreation Department this winter and spring.
MARYSVILLE – D.B. Johnson has a local success story No, he didn't win American Idol, The Voice or America's Got Talent. He didn't have his own Reality Show. And he didn't win the lottery.
MARYSVILLE – All Muslims are not terrorists. But ever since Sept. 11, 2001, some Americans think they are.
MARYSVILLE – The final curtain could go down on the nonprofit Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts if it doesn't raise $50,000 by the end of January.