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Tribes against suction dredge mining

By Lorraine Loomis Treaty tribes are encouraged that the state legislature may finally put an end to the destructive practice of suction dredge mining, for… Continue reading

 

Using compost to create a yard to be proud of

Cedar Grove helps create a healthy, green lawn, fertile garden beds without fertilizers, pesticides

 

How much will market volatility really affect you?

By Brandon Trout There’s no way to sugarcoat it: If you’re an investor, you haven’t liked what you’ve seen in the financial markets recently. The… Continue reading

 

Spring clean your health routine

By Emily Countryman Changing to a healthy lifestyle can be overwhelming. Every time you turn on the TV the news tells us we must immediately… Continue reading

Inslee: Stay home for 2 weeks

By Jerry Cornfield and Zachariah Bryan The Herald OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee ordered Washington residents Monday to stay at home for the next two… Continue reading

Legislative wrapup: State requires sex ed, takes gun safety measures, bans free plastic bags

By Cameron Sheppard WNPA News Service At the end of the state legislative session this month, lawmakers had passed nearly 400 bills — averaging at… Continue reading

Steps being taken in real estate to make sure all are safe

By Todd Fahlman The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about real estate today is the safety of our families, loved… Continue reading

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Letter about coronavirus from Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring

This is an edited version of a letter Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring released Tuesday: As you are likely aware, Gov. Jay Inslee issued a “Stay… Continue reading

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Fences have been put up around Marysville playgrounds to keep kids off. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)

Marysville leaders concerned as (almost) everything’s closing

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – Within hours of Gov. Jay Inslee’s order Monday to stay home due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Marysville City… Continue reading

Fences have been put up around Marysville playgrounds to keep kids off. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
People gather to pick up special allergy meals before leaving Lakewood High School on Wednesday in Marysville. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Districts taking meals to students since schools are closed

By Stephanie Davey The Herald LAKEWOOD — Children wearing pajamas stood outside their homes, waiting for the bus to pull up with their breakfasts. They… Continue reading

People gather to pick up special allergy meals before leaving Lakewood High School on Wednesday in Marysville. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Jennifer Thompson, left, and her father Ron Thompson secure a new remembrance plaque to the Oso slide site gate on Sunday, near Oso. Ron Thompson handcrafts a new plaque for the gate every year. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Community remembers Oso slide victims, survivors

By Ben Watanabe The Herald OSO — The power of remembering the people who died, those who survived and the lives changed forever was evident… Continue reading

Jennifer Thompson, left, and her father Ron Thompson secure a new remembrance plaque to the Oso slide site gate on Sunday, near Oso. Ron Thompson handcrafts a new plaque for the gate every year. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Briefly

Beware of coronavirus scams SEATTLE – U.S. Attorney Brian T. Moran is asking federal, state and local law enforcement to be alert to frauds preying… Continue reading

Scott Beebe hands out Chromebooks to people in their cars. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)

Marysville parents anxious to pick up school materials for kids

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe.com MARYSVILLE – A few days ago Marysville schools superintendent Jason Thompson wasn’t sure what the district would do to help students… Continue reading

Scott Beebe hands out Chromebooks to people in their cars. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
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Marysville leaders’ trip to D.C. productive

MARYSVILLE – City leaders recently obtained advice on how to get more local transportation projects approved for funding. Mayor Jon Nehring and the City Council… Continue reading

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Crews will blow garbage into the street and sweep it up over the next few weeks. The city is asking people to move their cars, trash cans and recycle bins when they come around to help them do a thorough job. (Courtesy Photo)

Marysville shuffles workers due to virus, seeks public’s help for sweepers next week

By Steve Powell spowell@marysvilleglobe. MARYSVILLE – From working from home to teleconferencing to the next office to working on solo projects, the city is coming… Continue reading

Crews will blow garbage into the street and sweep it up over the next few weeks. The city is asking people to move their cars, trash cans and recycle bins when they come around to help them do a thorough job. (Courtesy Photo)

Dozens of restaurants, bars try to stay afloat during ban by offering take-out in Arlington, Marysville

Editor’s note: As a public service, the Marysville Globe and Arlington Times will be running a list of restaurants and bars open for takeout. These… Continue reading

City of Arlington carries out operational changes to encourage social distancing

ARLINGTON – The city has made a series of operational changes in line with federal, state and county guidelines encouraging social distancing to help prevent… Continue reading

Lakewood schools helping however they can during outbreak

The Lakewood School District is doing all we can to support the well-being of our community while ensuring the health of our staff and students.… Continue reading

SnoCo works for federal, state dollars

As representatives closest to the people, the Snohomish County Council brings the concerns of our communities to our state and federal partners. The 2020 state… Continue reading

This will pass, but what will we learn?

Together, we take a deep breath in…and out. We begin our worship gatherings this way, and I’m always surprised how much people appreciate the invitation… Continue reading