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Detectives investigating mail fraud case
A suspicious resident helped Lake Stevens Police detectives recover over 350 pieces of stolen mail after she witnessed a woman tossing loads of mail into a condominium complex dumpster on the 800 block of 96th Ave. NE on November 6, 2013.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Families reunite as Nimitz returns from 9 months at sea
The Navy's Deception Brass Band launched into "When the Saints Go Marching In" as families counted the last few minutes before a reunion they'd been waiting on since March.
Light display supports those in need
In the seven years that Dennis Warren has lived in Marysville, he's quickly become known as the "holiday lights guy" for his electric light displays on Halloween and Christmas of each year, which he's used to help support those in need, in addition to creating an entertaining show for those who pass by his house during the afternoons and evenings.
Poll: Most drivers say snow is no problem
Despite the chaos that plays out on Puget Sound-area roads on snow days, a recent poll by Seattle-based Pemco insurance found that four of five Northwest drivers believe they're good at navigating in the cold, slushy mush.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
School board swears in new, returning members
The Marysville School District Board of Directors swore in two new members, alongside a returning member, before they reshuffled their positions in time to conduct the rest of their Dec. 9 meeting.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Community celebrates 'Merrysville for the Holidays'
Comeford Park was bustling with an estimated 3,000 attendees for the 25th anniversary of "Merrysville for the Holidays" on Dec. 7, which extended well into the evening with the Electric Lights Parade at 6:30 p.m., followed by the traditional water tower lighting and the new fireworks show at 7 p.m. this year.
Marysville Students of the Month named for November
Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors J. Owin Ell and Kacie Ekdahl have been named the Kiwanis and Soroptimist Students of the Month for November.
Marysville United Methodist Church presents 'Holly Night of Miracles' Dec. 14
The Marysville United Methodist Church is presenting "Holly Night of Miracles," a musical celebration of Christ's birth, on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 7-9 p.m. This free event will be hosted by the Marysville United Methodist Church, located at 5600 64th St. NE in Marysville.
Holiday shopping goes 'Late 'til 8' in downtown Marysville
At the same time that Comeford Park was celebrating "Merrysville for the Holidays" on Dec. 7, the merchants of historic downtown Marysville were staying open "Late 'til 8" to offer extended shopping hours as part of their annual "Passport to Christmas" event, but the Downtown Marysville Merchants Association has no intention of going to bed early ... (more)
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Front Porch: YourVoice in Marysville
The district plans to reach out to parents, staff, students and community members throughout the year to get input about pending decisions.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Arlington Police arrest Marysville suspect in weekend business burglaries
On Saturday, Dec. 8, Arlington Police officers arrested a 26-year-old Marysville man suspected of two recent burglaries at local businesses.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Party to narrow search for 38th District vacancy
Seven people are vying for the post and the Democratic precinct committee officers gathering at 7 p.m. in the Everett Labor Temple will nominate three of them for the job.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
City prepares for winter weather
Although the freezing temperatures that have already arrived could be coupled with precipitation over the weekend, the city of Marysville began planning for winter snow and ice when the fall had barely started.
Campaign launched to stem panhandling
Arlington and Marysville officials are working with local businesses to post signs and window stickers as part of a new campaign called "Keep The Change."
Traffic around new Marysville Walmart concerns reader
Brendan Stafford of Arlington writes: With construction of the new Walmart in Marysville, two new traffic lights were put up on 83rd Avenue NE, a light was installed at the entrance to the store and another at the intersection with Highway 9. Why wasn't the road between 83rd Avenue NE and Highway 9 widened to accommodate the traffic? It's a very ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Sightline Institute report: Coal and oil trains to cause hours of traffic delays in Snohomish County
A new analysis from Sightline Institute shows that the trains planned to transport coal and oil through the Northwest will cause hours of traffic delays across Snohomish County.
Arlington, Marysville plan holiday celebrations
Attendees of Arlington's 'Hometown Holidays' will be able to hitch rides on the covered wagon running up and down Olympic Avenue again this year.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Metal 101 With Ron Covell
As I always understood it, there are two things common to the world of metal shaping: it's a black art and a dying one at that.
GOP has slim, but possible, chance to win House seat
But it's been even longer since a member of the Grand Old Party got elected from the 38th Legislative District to the House of Representatives.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Man uses deployed son's identity to obtain credit accounts
A man on active military duty out of the country got quite a shock when he discovered his father had opened up two credit accounts in his name to start two businesses.