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Local Rotary Clubs help restore habitat near Stillaguamish River

Rotary Club members from around the area helped the Stillaguamish Tribe restore an area near the south fork of the Stillaguamish River on April 21. Members of five clubs in the local Rotary area...

State AG files suit to void Maryfest contract

A previously secret agreement is allegedly restricting Maryfest's ability to raise funds for the Marysville Strawberry Festival and, with help from the state's Attorney General's Office, Maryfest...

Preliminary results show Library Levy too close to call

The preliminary results for the April 24 Special Election show the property-tax levy for Sno-Isle Libraries is too close to call. In Snohomish County, the preliminary results show the library levy received 39,311 (47.07 percent) Yes votes and...

Dance brings out superheroes in mothers, sons

Marysville mothers and their sons donned their capes and masks for the city's annual Mother-Son Superhero Dance on April 21. This is the third year of the dance supported by the city and local...

MSD, community discuss SLCs, strategic planning

The Marysville School District held their final scheduled public meeting to gather opinion on the structure of their high schools and their strategic vision on April 21. Many parents and families...

AHS band raising funds to buy new uniforms

The Arlington High School band continued their efforts to raise funds for new uniforms with a live jazz dinner on April 18. Wild Rose Bistro & Catering hosted the evening, and many downtown...

ASD gathers public opinion on failed bond

The Arlington School District is holding a number of upcoming meetings to gather opinions on their failed February 2018 bond proposal. The district's proposed $107.5 million bond measure would have...

Chargers defeat Eagles on the pitch

The Marysville Getchell boys soccer team had a heated matchup with the Arlington Eagles on April 20. Both teams started the game off with a lot of aggressiveness as they played with physicality and a ...

Stanwood aces Tomahawks 7-0

The Marysville-Pilchuck girls tennis team matched up with the league-leading Stanwood Spartans on April 19. The Tomahawks played hard in every matchup and managed to push the Spartans around during a ...

Meadowdale tops Chargers 5-4

The Marysville Getchell girls softball team took on the Meadowdale Mavericks in a back-and-forth game, on April 18. The Chargers connected early, in the bottom of the first inning, as they rattled...

Small space gardening - Where there's a will, there's a way

As houses continue to get larger and yards smaller, it is becoming more and more challenging to find the space to plant everything that we would love to have in our gardens. In many cases, a tree -...

WhistleStop Sweet Shop holds grand opening

The WhistleStop Sweet Shop, a new downtown Marysville store, held their grand opening on April 20. The business at 1508 Third St., in Marysville, opened their doors in February this year and have...

Marysville Strawberry Festival at risk

It would be a very sad day for Marysville/Tulalip citizens if the Marysville Strawberry Festival event was cancelled. This event has been a great asset to the city off Marysville and local businesses. For the past 50+ years it has grown into a...

Habitat key for salmon, orcas

Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent executive order to recover southern resident killer whales is a good start if it sparks a long-term effort to recover both orcas and the salmon they depend on. The decline...

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