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Michael Thorn opened Marysville Tobacco Joes nearly a year ago, but the latest legal developments regarding the status of roll-your-own tobacco, both in Washington state and at the federal level, have seen him shut his doors for the time being, and possibly for good.
ARLINGTON — Elijah Thornton has been coming to the Marysville Tobacco Joe's roll-your-own cigarette store since it opened in August of last year, but even though he jokingly credited it with saving his marriage, he's not sure how much longer he'll be able to buy his smokes there.
MARYSVILLE — The city of Marysville was recently honored with the WellCity Award from the Association of Washington Cities Employee Benefit Trust for the fourth straight year.
MARYSVILLE — Marysville’s annual street fair, HomeGrown, is accepting applications for artists, craftspeople, food vendors, and local producers of farm products and flowers.
MARYSVILLE — Although Parr Lumber moved into the former Marysville Coca-Cola bottling plant at 7610 47th Ave. NE in January of this year, after three months of renovations, they waited until the weather was a bit nicer to introduce themselves to the community, with an official grand opening celebration and spring barbecue.
MARYSVILLE — Second- and third-grade students at Liberty Elementary were treated to a lesson on the value of saving versus spending through a tale of green hair goo and broccoli bubble gum.
MARYSVILLE — A Marysville liquor store is set to be among the 18 state liquor stores that the Washington State Liquor Control Board plans to auction off live on Thursday, May 24.
For Lance Brown, reopening his family-owned Pilchuck Rentals business in the area this year was a way to meet an unfilled need.
MARYSVILLE — With this year's tax season over, Marysville has something to celebrate. United Way volunteers working out of Totem Middle School helped 347 customers file their taxes for free, generating $516,974 in refunds that people can spend at area businesses, use to pay off credit card debt or put into savings.
TULALIP — The Boom City Swap Meet will open for business on Saturday, May 5.
MARYSVILLE — Simply Caketastic will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, May 5. Located at 1357 State Ave. in Marysville, Simply Caketastic offers custom cakes, cupcakes and desserts at affordable prices.
For Lauren Salcedo, the recently hired sports and news reporter for The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times, her new job feels a bit like coming home.
Marysville, Tulalip students get the inside scoop on colleges, careers at 2012 Opportunity Expo | SLIDESHOW
TULALIP — Area high school students got to talk one-on-one with regional employers and representatives for post-graduate education throughout the day on Tuesday, April 17, in the Orca and Chinook rooms of the Tulalip Resort.
TULALIP — Customers lined up around the block and filled up the overflow parking lot west of the Tulalip Resort to take part in the official grand opening of the Tulalip Cabela's store on Thursday, April 19.
TULALIP — The Marysville Rotary, the Tulalip Tribes and the Marysville School District are partnering to provide what they intend to be a dynamic college, career and work expo for all 11th grade students enrolled in the Marysville School District. Students will be bused from each of the eight high schools in the district to one of two morning sessions scheduled for April 17 at the Tulalip Resort Orca and Chinook rooms.
When the new Cabela’s store at Quil Ceda Village in Tulalip welcomes customers for the first time on Thursday, April 19, its familiar log and stone exterior will open up to reveal decorations, products and services to meet the needs and tastes of local hunters and outdoorsmen.
Marysville Armed Forces Reserve Center hosts Snohomish County Regional Veterans’ Job and Resource Fair April 10
MARYSVILLE — WorkSource Snohomish County, in partnership with the National Guard's Joint Service Support and the Fleet and Family Support Program, will be hosting the Snohomish County Regional Veterans' Job and Resource Fair on Tuesday, April 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Marysville.
MARYSVILLE — The Ken Baxter Community Center will serve as the site for a spring craft and garden show on Saturday, April 14, followed by a "Ladies' Night Out" and jewelry show on Friday, April 27, for which event organizers are seeking to recruit not only crafters, but also vendors of plants and garden items, as well as handmade jewelry.
MARYSVILLE — The 13-week "Financial Peace University" course is returning to Marysville this spring.
Gloria Fletcher has been named President of Sound Publishing.