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Those old heirlooms may find new value in Marysville
Ask an antiques appraiser about a real find, and you might expect to hear about vintage Tiffany sterling silver turning up at a garage sale.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
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Lost ring makes full circle
How does a class ring get from the heat vents of a pick-up truck in Marysville to its former owner in Quincy? Well, via Idaho, of course.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Strawberry Festival Royalty crowned for 2014
The Marysville Strawberry Festival crowned its Senior and Junior Royalty Courts during its annual April Friesner Memorial Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, March 1, at its new venue in the Totem Middle School cafeteria.
Police investigating statue stolen from Ebey Waterfront Park
A local landmark went missing late last month, and while police are searching for any signs of it, neither the city nor those who funded its installation are especially hopeful about its eventual recovery.
Bronze statue near Marysville waterfront stolen
He seemed a happy enough child, a toy sailboat in his right hand, one foot perched atop a boulder, the other leg perpetually floating in air.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
'Princess & Pirate Breakfast Bowl' debuts at Strawberry Lanes
Strawberry Lanes drew close to two dozen children and adults alike, dressed up in Disney-style finery for the city of Marysville's first "Princess & Pirate Breakfast Bowl" on the morning of Sunday, March 2. City of Marysville Recreation Coordinator Andrea Kingsford reported that the event's debut registered 27 attendees, and was planned to serve as ... (more)
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Honda of Marysville opens
Honda of Marysville drew dignitaries from throughout the Marysville and Arlington business communities to its official grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 26. While the showroom is a standard feature of any car dealership, Marysville Honda General Manager Pete Smith noted that one aspect which sets his store apart from others ... (more)
Cancer patient's stolen Jeep recovered
It would take a keen eye to notice anything wrong with Donovan Doroski's Jeep. Sitting in the parking lot of the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office in Marysville, it's still white, it still runs and it still has all its windows.
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Thu Feb 27, 2014
TBD Board reviews potential projects
The city of Marysville's Transportation Benefit District Board met on Monday, Feb. 24, to review a number of potential projects.
Good Samaritan terrorized, has truck stolen
The Everett man merely wanted to help a stranger who claimed he needed to get to Marysville to see his ailing father.
Pilchuck Rentals helps Arlington landscaper recover from theft
When Arlington landscaper Joel Martinez woke up to find his livelihood stolen, Pilchuck Rentals of Marysville stepped in to help out a fellow local business and a loyal customer.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Second smoke shop raided in probe of food-stamp fraud
A steady stream of customers to the Tobacco Hut at 1917 Broadway was turned away Wednesday afternoon while Everett police and state social services investigators searched the store for evidence of possible food-stamp fraud.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Theater to end with film era: Arlington movie house not making transition to digital
Norma Pappas, 62, who has been running the theater mostly by herself for 37 years, said there is no definite closing date, but it is coming soon.
Whitewall Brewing Company Opens This Saturday in Marysville
Whitewall Brewing Company opens in Marysville this Saturday, March 1st at 1:00 p.m. We were fortunate enough to get in for a sneak peek last weekend.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Arlington City Council approves environmental review for UGA expansion
The Arlington City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to approve an environmental review for a proposed Urban Growth Area expansion for the city.
Parents question how district handles special needs students
A group of Marysville parents testified before the Marysville School District Board of Directors on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to express their concerns with how the district has handled its special needs students, and in at least two cases to make fresh claims of staff mistreatment of students.
Marysville students learn culinary skills at School House Cafe | SLIDESHOW
The School House Cafe at Totem Middle School has undergone a few changes this year, as former Seattle chef Jeff Delma makes his way through his seventh year of coordinating the student cooks in the kitchen.
Marysville schools locked down during search for carjacker
Two Marysville schools were placed under lockdown this morning during the search for an armed carjacker, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.