1 hr ago
Operator of sex offender home files federal lawsuit
A Snohomish County pastor who ministers to ex-cons says the City of Marysville is trying to run his church out of town.
6 hrs ago
Murder victim's family held out hope Wright was alive for almost a decade
Sharon Diehl, Byron Wright's sister, testifies at Michele Donohue's sentencing hearing that her former sister-in-law should get a longer prison sentence because of the horrific way she killed Diehl's brother.
8 hrs ago
M'ville man dies after motorcycle crash in Arlington; WSP seeks information
A Marysville man injured in a motorcycle accident in Arlington July 26 died at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle July 31. Detectives want to speak with anyone who may have witnessed the accident or the chase from Marysville to Arlington that preceded it, a Washington State Patrol news release says.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
A sad, necessary warning: A plaque to share Grace Tama s story reminds others to be careful
Her face, so friendly and innocent, looks out from a boulder beneath the sheer 4,000-foot wall, well beyond the snowfield's edge at the Big Four Ice Caves.
'Humble servant' from Machias wins Civic in car giveaway
Mike Thomas' Suburban finally broke down. His wife's Subaru - the one with more than 300,000 miles - keeps having problems.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
News Minute: Here is the latest Southern California news from The Associated Press
Clack County commissioners have approved placing an advisory vote on November's ballot to gauge public interest on a third bridge over the Columbia River.
Everett woman, 89, still missing after 2 weeks
Two weeks later, the family of a missing Everett octogenarian continues to worry while waiting for news of her whereabouts.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Quilceda Carvers offer hands-on lessons
The Red Curtain Arts Center in Marysville played host for the first time to the Quilceda Carvers' annual Spit 'n' Whittle July 25-27.
Donohue gets 16 years for murder of Wright
Michelle Donohue of Arlington was sentenced July 29 by Snohomish County Superior Court Judge George Bowden to 16 years in prison for murdering her husband, Byron Wright, in 2004.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
M'ville mayor wants to bridge gap if coal trains come through town
What he wouldn't like would be increased train traffic in town. What he would like is federal and state money to build more bridges over the railroad to improve traffic flow with fewer delays waiting for trains.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Walgreens opens in downtown Marysville
"The Mayor has already pleaded with me to add a yogurt shop, so I have my marching orders," Walgreens District Manager Bruce Philip laughed.
Marysville father, son both enjoy racing cars
Teenagers play all kinds of sports in high school. Some play baseball, football or soccer.
Just 4 primary races will knock out any candidates
Two Republicans and two Democrats are vying in Legislative District 10, Position 2, for your votes in the Primary Election, with the top two going to the November general election, no matter which party they represent.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Coal trains could increase vehicle wait times by 65 percent
Eighteen coal trains per day could start rolling through Kent if a proposed Gateway Pacific terminal is built near Bellingham to ship coal from Montana and Wyoming to China.
Around the County
Camano Island: Changes for new church Restoration Church Camano, an offshoot of the Oso Community Chapel, is up and running now at 788 Smith Road.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Everett woman, 89, remains missing, last seen in Marysville
She was headed to the Everett Mall, just a three-mile drive from her home. She planned to do some shopping.
Principal Frost to leave MPHS for Gig Harbor
Andrew Frost, principal of Marysville Pilchuck High School since 2010, has accepted a position at Gig Harbor High School, where he will be the new assistant principal.
Missing woman last seen in Marysville
O'Neil is 89. Her son, Patrick, said she has dementia and got lost while on her way to the Everett Mall.She was last seen in Marysville asking for directions to the mall.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
'Rodz On 3rd' packs downtown Marysville
At least 200 classic cars, hot rods and custom rigs were parked along the sides of Third Street July 12 for the third annual "Rodz On 3rd" show, which drew several hundred attendees.
Explore Granite Falls: There's more than just the falls in this historic town
Rosalio and Rebeca Montes, of Chihuahua, Mexico, relax in the sun on the bank of the South Fork Stillaguamish River outside of Granite Falls on July 9. The Monteses were in town visiting family who live in Marysville.