Steve Powell

Editor enjoys 1st Father-Daughter Dance ever (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – When my girls were young, cities didn't have such things as Father-Daughter dances.

M’ville second-graders send love letters to Seahawks (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – "When you guys score a touchdown, you need to call your parents."

Arlington, Marysville students catch up on credits, and much more

Anthony Rodrigues of Arlington and Mitchell VonRuden of Marysville are not your typical high school students.

Tulalips also have troubles counting homeless

TULALIP – Homeless people normally like their privacy.

Schools, police, fire, community win honors at council meeting

MARYSVILLE – Marysville schools, police, fire and the community at-large received American Red Cross Real Heroes Awards at the City Council meeting Jan. 26.

M-P, MG grads part of racially charged ‘Yellow Face’ at UW campus

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."

New M’ville city attorney to lead a team, be part of one

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.

M’ville crime down, but not as much as hoped

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.

M’ville council starts year with housekeeping chores

MARYSVILLE – The City Council had a number of housekeeping chores to do at its first meeting of the New Year Jan. 12.

Students have a hard time believing nonviolence works, teacher says (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – "Maybe we shouldn't have Martin Luther King Day anymore."

In the mood for big bands? M’ville schools plan community concert (slide show)

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 man heals from body surfing accident 1 step at a time (slide show, video)

LAKEWOOD – Taking it one step at a time is easier said than done for Todd Duitsman.

Recovery will take time, director says

MARYSVILLE – Recovery Director Mary Schoenfeldt is telling the Marysville School Board some things it doesn't want to hear.

M’ville schools: Senior projects likely on way out; 24 credits in

MARYSVILLE – Culminating projects likely are on their way out in the Marysville School District.

M’ville superintendent delighted with technology professional development plan

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.

Top stories of 2014 tragic

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.

Pancake Art one of many rec classes in M’ville

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.

Builder shares tips for success in book

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.

Pakistani students want U.S. to know about their country

MARYSVILLE – All Muslims are not terrorists. But ever since Sept. 11, 2001, some Americans think they are.

Fund-raiser to keep curtain from going down on Red Curtain

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.