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Arlington boys win 2 over weekend

ARLINGTON Boys basketball The Eagles scored almost half of their total points in the first quarter on their way to a 60-50 win at Lynnwood… Continue reading

 

Arlington turns to young standouts in win over ABM

ARLINGTON – The Eagle girls led by 18 points Friday with 2:32 left in the third quarter, but Archbishop Murphy scored 11 straight to make… Continue reading

 

6 locals place at big M-P tourney; 2 Tommies win titles

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – The coaches seemed more excited than the wrestlers. “I feel like a little kid,” assistant coach Scott Ames said… Continue reading

 

In Marysville, Chick-fil-A is on its way

MARYSVILLE – Chick-fil-A is on its way. City planning director Jeff Thomas made that announcement at Monday’s City Council meeting. He also said even though… Continue reading

Marysville school taxes half of other districts

By Jason Thompson On Feb. 11, we are asking voters to consider a Capital Levy to fund replacement of two schools with the greatest facility… Continue reading

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                                Alex Jensen broke the school record in scoring at Lakewood.

Arlington 2nd at own girls tourney; Jensen breaks Lakewood record; Eagle VB coach to EvCC

ARLINGTON – The Eagles finished second out of 27 teams in their first girls-only wrestling tournament Saturday. Everett won with 196 points. Arlington had 146,… Continue reading

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                                Alex Jensen broke the school record in scoring at Lakewood.

Public art tells the story of a community, like Marysville

Three decades ago, a cream-colored sculpture in downtown Comeford Park depicted Marysville founder James Comeford’s wife, Maria, reading to students. The sculpture is long gone,… Continue reading

School discipline seeks more-positive results

By Scott Peacock Since 2013 Washington state rules for school discipline have undergone significant revisions that are requiring all schools to rethink how we respond… Continue reading

Marysville boundary plan re-routes grade schoolers

MARYSVILLE – A boundary committee has recommended that seven of the 10 grade schools in the Marysville district start going to a different middle school.… Continue reading

Aspiring comic Karla (Bethany Roddy) comforts her mother Marcie (Dawn Cornell). (Courtesy Photo)

Snow cancels rehearsals so R-rated comedy won’t start in Marysville until Jan. 24

MARYSVILLE - “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital in New York City” runs… Continue reading

Aspiring comic Karla (Bethany Roddy) comforts her mother Marcie (Dawn Cornell). (Courtesy Photo)

Legislative briefly

$30 car tabs As Initiative 976, the car tabs measure approved by voters in November, is held up in the state Supreme Court, Republicans proposed… Continue reading

Bare-root fruit trees. (Courtesy Photos)

Now, yes now, is the time to start thinking about fruit trees

By Steve Smith Believe it or not, by the end of this month garden centers will be stocked with all the new and tried and… Continue reading

Bare-root fruit trees. (Courtesy Photos)

Vote for schools

Marysville voters, show that you care for students here in our fine town. You will be mailed your ballot very soon for the Feb. 11… Continue reading

Political cartoon

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Sidney Dale Traulsen

February 20, 1957 — December 30, 2019

Cecilia Ellen Dodge

May 16, 1932 — January 8, 202

Arlington councilman resigns

ARLINGTON – City Council member Joshua Roundy announced his resignation for personal reasons effective immediately. Roundy was elected in November 2017. Roundy thanked city staff,… Continue reading

Marysville breaks ground on Civic Campus

MARYSVILLE – The city officially broke ground on its new $47.6 million Civic Campus Monday. Because of freezing temperatures, a pile of fresh dirt was… Continue reading

School district, city announce career summer internships program

ARLINGTON - Arlington Public Schools and the city of Arlington announced Tuesday that they are launching a summer internship program for junior and senior high… Continue reading

Fly like an eagle to festival in Arlington

ARLINGTON – Look out for the eagles, and we don’t mean the ones from Philadelphia. The Seahawks already took care of them. Eagles return this… Continue reading