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Body Craft Inc. Collision Center of Marysville was recognized as a 2009 AutocheX Premier Achiever for “outstanding customer service and satisfaction” at the eighth annual AutocheX Premier Achiever Awards last year.
Marysville's LeeAnn Schmidt-Kleinsasser loves fashion and wants to provide inexpensive, quality clothes for the whole family.
Approximately six years and numerous delays later, construction crews on Monday, Jan. 25, began building a new Walmart in Smokey Point.
The Snohomish County Public Utility District has already signed up approximately 1,200 of its customers for its “Energy Challenge,” and for two Marysville businesses that are taking part in the program, it’s proving surprisingly simple.
Customers of the Marysville branch of Horizon Bank, located at 3617 88th St. NE, found themselves banking with Washington Federal Jan. 9.
The construction work to create a new continuous roadway between Interstate 5 and State Route 9 begins Jan. 22.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is still offering scholarships to Everett Community College's SuperHost Training Seminars, which are normally priced $99 apiece.
“While other businesses are letting employees go, we’re hiring more,” said Gary Morris, RV sales manager of the Roy Robinson RV Center in Marysville.
The economic downturn might be impacting the world of fashion design, but Patricia Schoonmaker is still working with fashion, and she hopes to benefit bargain-minded shoppers in the process.
Marysville’s Dr. Loree Bolin received a spotlight in December from the Ken Baxter Senior Community Center as a local “cool person,” but she earned that distinction by working in some very hot climates.
Attendees of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce Business Before Hours Nov. 20 got a taste of what the SuperHost Fundamentals course could offer them, not just to take advantage of traffic to the upcoming Olympics in Vancouver, but also to help grow and maintain their returning customer bases in the long run.
Attic Secrets, located in Suite 101 at 4229 76th St. NE, won second place for the top five tea houses in King 5’s “Best of Western Washington” contest for 2009.
He’s an engineer who became a dentist, but Dr. Nanda Manogaran promises to provide a personable touch to his services at Pleasant Smile Dental Care.
Former and active duty military members lined up out the door of the Marysville Applebee’s restaurant Nov. 11 for their free meals for veterans, as service members of all branches and ages ate together and looked back on their service.
On Nov. 2, Marysville Mayor Dennis Kendall released the city's preliminary budget message for 2010, and city of Marysville Finance Director Sandy Langdon noted that the public hearing on the budget will take place at the Nov. 16 City Council meeting at City Hall at 7 p.m.
WineStyles conducted its second annual charity wine-tasting Oct. 22 on behalf of Quilceda Community Services, which serves adults with developmental disabilities, but QCS is still conducting its second annual fundraiser.
The last week in October and the first week in November of this year mark a first for the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce, since it's the first time in 24 years that Chamber President and CEO Caldie Rogers can remember conducting two Business After Hours meetings in two consecutive weeks.