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Police Department alarmed at losing resource officers
MARYSVILLE Locals got to know their guardians during the annual National Night Out Aug 7, a get together that brings the cops to the community.
MARYSVILLE It was the biggest and best Summer Jubilee ever as more than 5,500 students got a head start on the school year with free supplies, hair cuts and much more at the Aug. 12 event.
25 Years Ago 1982
MARYSVILLE Dont ask who let the dogs out, at least until Nov. 29.
MARYSVILLE The days of the old librarian with her hair in a bun, shushing patrons is over. Nowadays she is cranking up the volume.
MARYSVILLE The Marysville Globe, seeking to meet the needs of its community, is launching a survey of its readers to measure the shopping patterns and media habits of local residents.
MARYSVILLE Access, commuter ease, room for expansion and a ready student population were among the points local supporters stressed last week to three members of the state committee working to pick a site for a proposed branch campus of the University of Washington.
MARYSVILLE It was very nerve wracking, said city resident Nancy Larson. I was actually shocked that I even went and did it.
MARYSVILLE For a while on Saturday, at least near the baseball fields, Jennings Memorial Park smelled an awful lot like a pine forest.
MARYSVILLE Well, there is always the issue of traffic, City Council member Jon Nehring responded when asked what sort of priorities the citys legislative body might have for the coming year.
MARYSVILLE Lakewood School Superintendent Larry Francois said his district would need to make some $3 million to $4 million in budget cuts should voters ultimately decide against renewal of an existing maintenance and operating levy.
MARYSVILLE They dont live in hives. In fact, they are almost totally anti-social toward each other.
MARYSVILLE All in all, we were very, very lucky, said Lt. Jeff Goldman, spokesperson for the Marysville Police Department, referring to the early morning collision between a train and semi-truck in Marysville, March 17.
ARLINGTON The fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq will be marked with candlelight vigils across the United States, with one in Arlington and another in Marysville, set for the evening of March 19.
MARYSVILLE Its not over until its over, declared State Rep. Mike Sells, D-Everett, early the week of March 10.
by Pat Timko
MARYSVILLE Im actually pretty happy, said Marysville-Pilchuck High Schools Kelly Allyson Brasfield, 17.
Evergreen College to offer B.A.
10 years ago 1998