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Allen Creek Community Church’s Community Center now boasts a drive-thru coffee stand as an income-producing endeavor, with 100 percent of the profits from the stand, located in historic downtown Marysville, going to help finance socially conscious programs.
Scott Sherwood comes to The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times with decades of experience not only in sales, but also in the local area.
Two local companies — OutBack Power Technologies in Arlington and Silicon Energy in Marysville — served as hub sites for this year’s Snohomish County Solar Tour, whose informational walk-throughs on Saturday, Sept. 21, were designed to answer the questions of area residents and industry professionals alike.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Walmart opened a week later than it had previously planned, but this delay only seemed to make the surrounding community more eager to see the inside of the store. On the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 18, Marysville Walmart Store Manager Sonia Smith was joined by fellow Walmart employees and dignitaries from the Marysville community alike in cutting the ribbon to the store.
MARYSVILLE — "Hi, I'm here for a trim, but I brought my own shears," Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring joked, as he brandished the city of Marysville's oversized scissors to cut the ribbon marking the official grand opening of The Competition Hair & Tanning Salon at its latest location, in Suite B at 1059 State Ave. in Marysville, on Tuesday, Sept. 17.
MARYSVILLE — The long-awaited Marysville Walmart is finally set to open on Wednesday, Sept. 18, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 a.m. The new store is located at 8713 64th St. NE and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide Marysville residents with one-stop shopping convenience for their grocery and general merchandise needs, as well as pharmacy services.
Its exact open date remains nebulous, but from its absence of back-to-school items and its already stocked shelves full of Halloween candy and spooky decorations, the Marysville Walmart at the intersection of Highway 9 and State Route 528 is opening sometime after the start of the new school year and before Halloween.
The websites for The Arlington Times and The Marysville Globe are getting a fresh look Aug. 27 that will help readers get faster access to local news — and more of it.
ARLINGTON — Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee was joined by Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert and other Arlington city officials as he officially dedicated the new location of OutBack Power Technologies in the Arlington Advanced Manufacturing Park with representatives of its company parent, the Alpha Group, on Thursday, Aug. 22.
EVERETT — The U.S. Navy throughout Puget Sound makes substantial purchases of goods and services from local businesses, which can now learn the basics of selling to the Navy — what and how the Navy buys — and understand the fundamentals of marketing in any federal contracting environment.
MARYSVILLE — Marysville Tobacco Joe's has had a tumultuous history since it first opened its doors in 2011.
TULALIP — The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will roll out this year's televised candidates' forum series starting on Friday, Aug. 23, with an in-depth look at the race for Snohomish County Council District 1.
The former home of Marysville Music Incorporated, at the intersection of State Avenue and Third Street, now houses an entirely different business, but one whose customers are no less nimble with their fingers.
With as controversial as certain aspects of health care have become in the United States, it might be surprising to some to hear a distinguished group of medical professionals from overseas say that they need to consider more of an American approach to health care in their own country, but the members of a University Hospital Zurich study tour told The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times exactly that during their July 16 visit to the Everett Clinic in Smokey Point.
The Due family has been farming in the Arlington and Marysville area for years, and now another generation is carrying on the tradition.
Not only has the gas station at 9515 State Ave. been reopened after an extended period of being vacant, but it’s gained an outlet for multicultural cuisine in the process.
Members of the Marysville and Tulalip Tribal police departments introduced their “Business Watch” program to the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce on Friday, May 31, but while they pledge to provide resources and consultation to the program, they made clear to the Chamber members that the “Business Watch” is the community’s program more than it is the police departments’ program.
EVERETT — The Snohomish County PUD is reminding customers about potential scams that aim to steal customers' identity and bill payment information.
MARYSVILLE — WISE (Women Inspiring Successful Entrepreneurs) are excited to announce their newly founded status as a nonprofit. WISE, based in Marysville, is an organization for women in business seeking personal and professional growth. Their nonprofit status opens up new avenues for funding, and assists WISE in pursuing their mission to help women grow their businesses wisely.
MARYSVILLE — The city of Marysville's Parks and Recreation Department is still seeking vendors for its "Junk in the Trunk" flea market, an annual event that takes place this year on Saturday, July 13, at the Marysville Municipal Courthouse at 1015 State Ave.