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Last year, Marysville’s Attic Secrets won second place for the top five tea houses in KING 5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest, which drew nearly 192,000 votes. This year, nearly 403,000 votes were cast in KING 5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest, and of the 20 tea houses nominated, Attic Secrets came in first place.
Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, joined by City Councilmembers Donna Wright and Michael Stevens, cut the ribbon celebrating the Oct. 22 grand opening of Jet City Pizza.
Snohomish County’s Focus on Farming Conference returns Thursday, Nov. 4, for the seventh year, offering farmers a glimpse of agriculture’s future across Washington state as well as the Northwest.
Eugenia Hebert, owner of Blessed Child Daycare in Marysville has recently been awarded a National Accreditation from the National Association of Family Child Care. Hebert was excited about the challenge of meeting the qualifications for an accreditation saying it is an honor to be acknowledged for her hard
SMOKEY POINT — Skagit Regional Clinic is expanding its cardiology services into the Smokey Point area and has hired a new cardiologist.Dr. Yelena Rosenberg, who… Continue reading
ARLINGTON — North County Bank customers may have noticed a new name on their financial institution. The bank, which has locations in Smokey Point, Marysville, Lake Stevens and Everett, reopened as branches of Whidbey Island Bank on Monday, Sept. 27, after the Washington Department of Financial Institutions closed North County on Friday, Sept. 24. The federal agency, citing that North County had inadequate capital and severe loan losses, also announced that Whidbey Island Bank, headquartered in Oak Harbor, would assume the majority of the bank’s deposits and assets.
MARYSVILLE — Bad weather might have driven the event indoors halfway through its four-hour running time, but HomeStreet Bank's Marysville branch kept its first small business fair going Sept. 10.
TULALIP — The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce welcomed its new director of administration, Kim Hillhouse, and bid farewell to Kimberlie Ritchey, its outgoing director of administration, on Aug. 27.
MARYSVILLE — Like many area business owners, Mark Badgley feels like he's at the end of his rope. Badgley has already overcome significant obstacles in his life, but the owner of Snoopits on State Avenue feels especially tested now. Badgley started Snoopits, a thrift store that started a campaign to supply diapers to the Marysville and Arlington food banks, because he wanted to give back to the community.
MARYSVILLE — HomeStreet Bank's Marysville branch is hosting its first open-air small business fair Sept. 10, focusing on encouraging consumers to shop at locally-owned businesses.
Janice Vallin began her first day as the publisher of The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times Aug. 9, and her first priority is to get to know her new hometown.
MARYSVILLE — Roy Robinson Chevrolet of Marysville and General Motors are asking for donations of gently-used cell phones, which will go to the "Cell Phones for Soldiers" charity that gives prepaid calling cards and cell phones to American military members so they can call home.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Goodwill, located at 9315 State Ave., will open its doors one hour early, at 8 a.m. on Aug. 13-14, to accommodate the larger numbers of expected shoppers for its ninth annual "Western Days" sale.
MARYSVILLE — Lance Curry, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Marysville, is supporting local elmentary schools by using his office as a drop-off location for a school supplies drive.
The Asian One restaurant chain was welcomed to Marysville with an official grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony June 16, and owner Rick Phan is pleased to continue his family tradition within the local community.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce presented its annual Business Leadership Awards for 2010 at the Tulalip Resort Casino May 21, to celebrate the accomplishments of local companies and individuals who have been judged to epitomize the spirit of leadership, excellent business practices and community involvement.
Before it finalizes its move to Marysville in mid-June, Silicon Energy of Arlington has already helped Snohomish County go a bit greener.
The Snohomish County Housing Authority recently moved its Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program offices from Everett to Marysville. The program offers help to modest and low income homeowners, by providing no interest to 3 percent interest loans to address a range of issues common to homes in the area. Health and safety concerns are the main thrust of the program.
Sonja Olson has a career goal in mind, but that doesn’t mean she can’t learn more about other jobs while she finishes up high school.
Silicon Energy of Arlington became the state's first solar panel manufacturer last summer, and after being purchased by Spectrum Renewable Investments in California from the Arlington-based OutBack Power Systems at the start of this year, Silicon Energy is set to move to a new facility this summer.