8 hrs ago
Weekend in pictures
Tulalip Gala, Art in the Park, Touch-A-Truck, MG football game, 'MadeYaLook' at Red Curtain, and motorcycle ride for Shoultes Elementary all were part of the weekend in Marysville and Arlington. We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards.
22 hrs ago
Sacred items returned: Marysville church thankful to police, forgiving of thieves
The first time the thieves broke into St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Marysville they mainly grabbed expensive musical equipment. The congregation was told not to expect to see their property again.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
Marysville native braves elements on Discoverya s a Naked and Afraida
What do you say when you're about to appear on national TV in your birthday suit for an hour? Jefferson, 32, will be on Discovery Channel's survivalist reality TV show "Naked and Afraid" at 10 p.m. Sunday. On the episode titled "Botswana Breakdown," he teams up with a female Rhode Island bartender to bare all in the barren plains of Africa.
'Seeker' finds her place in Marysville
Raised as a Southern Baptist , in adulthood she became a seeker. That's how the Rev.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Do it today
The seventh annual Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl and Medieval Faire is Saturday and Sunday at Alexander Farm Corner and the pumpkins will be flying. The festival begins at 10 a.m. on both days.
Suspect charged in armed robbery of Marysville gas station
A gas station clerk was able to escape an armed robber while he was loaded down with the store's cash register drawer. The heist happened in April at a station in the 3300 block of Marine Drive in Marysville.
Motorcyclists can raise money for school Sept. 13
Bikers are invited to swing by Shoultes Elementary on Saturday, Sept. 13, for a charity ride to help raise funds for the school.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Humanist delivers invocation at M'ville council meeting
First off, let me thank you for the opportunity to provide a Humanist Invocation to begin your deliberations today. As this body convenes to do the business of the city, instead of lowering your heads in prayer, I suggest that you look ahead, with anticipation and enthusiasm, for the task set before you.
Thief who helped solve 10-year-old murder case sentenced to prison
A Marysville man police described as a prolific catalytic converter thief, and one who helped solve a 10-year-old murder, will spend nearly 2 1/2 years in prison. Michael Heuslein, 41, was sentenced in Snohomish County Superior Court Sept.
Peninsula Daily News
Second-degree murder trial underway in Port Angeles
Jury selection began Tuesday in the second-degree murder trial of Casey Joseph Balch. Balch, 23, of Port Angeles is charged with second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and second-degree assault for the June 2012 death of Donald Knechtel.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Police: Street racing may have caused deadly Marysville crash
A man was killed early Tuesday when his car slammed into a utility pole, and now police are trying to determine if street racing was a cause of the crash. Officers responded to the scene, in the 14100 block of Smokey Point Boulevard in North Marysville, at about 12:20 a.m. after receiving a report of a crash, said Cmdr.
Pride of Marysville winners announced; set a standard for others to follow
A rustic home, corner pharmacy and central business block that have symbolized historical downtown Marysville for generations, and a newly arrived national drugstore looking to help define the cityscape for the next generation, are this year's winners of the Pride of Marysville neighborhood improvement awards. "All of this year's nominees make a great first impression for our community, enhancing Marysville's appearance through the care they have put into their homes and businesses to look their best," said Mayor Jon Nehring, who launched the awards program in 2012.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Dad Whips Up Pancakes That Are (Almost) Too Stunning To Eat
Brek Nebel lives in Marysville, Washington. He's a field service technician who works on aircrafts and has a preschool-aged son.
Sat Sep 06, 2014
Crime down 30% in Marysville's downtown
The cleanup of downtown with the new Spray Park and the presence of police on bicycles, along with the persistence of officers in driving out the homeless, has led to a 30 percent drop in crime there. "It took a phenomenal city effort to stem the tide" of crime that some said was "out of control," Smith said.
After decades apart, Christian schools merge into new institution
The two private, nonprofit schools were originally the same institution, formed in 1975 to provide Christian education for families in Arlington and Marysville. The schools split in 1989 due to disagreements about the administration, school board member Hank Raap said.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
In lieu of better contracts, M'ville teachers want bond to fix up schools
Local teachers have been sacrificing money for years - first because of the poor economy and now because they want the Marysville School District to pass a bond to fix the many schools in disrepair. The district's school board ratified the contract with the teachers Sept.
'Prolific' Marysville catalytic converter thief sentenced to nearly 2 years
A Marysville man police described as a prolific catalytic converter thief will have some time behind bars to think about his crimes. Michael Heuslein, 41, was sentenced in Snohomish County Superior Court Thursday to nearly two and a half years in prison.
Marysville School District awarded $1.3 million grant
The Marysville School District has received a $1.3 million grant that will help it boost the academic performance of some students who are most in need of the help. The 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant will fund after-school and summer programs for about 50 students each at Quil Ceda Tulalip and Liberty elementary schools for the next five years.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
County Council continues hearing on Smith Island dike removal
Smith Island salmon-habitat project is still before the County Council . People testified for and against the $25 million dike-removal project during a hearing Wednesday.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
Vehicle taken at gunpoint in Monroe
At approximately 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 2, Monroe Police Officers were dispatched to an assault with a weapon report on White Mountain Road S.E. in Monroe.