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Kloz 4 Kidz helps families in Marysville

Community Recovery Team launches new website

A new website at www.mtunited.org is now online and provides resources to support parents and others in the continuing aftermath of the M-PHS school shooting. The website is run by the Community Recovery Team, an organization of Tulalip and...

Planned road will benefit local manufacturers

Arlington officials have begun planning a new road they hope will improve manufacturing businesses in their industrial center. With a $50,000 grant from the Washington State Community Economic Revitalization Board received this January the city has...

MFD improves rating

The Marysville Fire District improved their fire protection class rating this year, which is a rating most insurance companies use to assess fire risk to set fire insurance rates. The ratings are assigned by the Washington Survey and Ratings Bureau...

Council considers various issues

Arlington City Council is finalizing details to receive a $50,000 Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) for designing a new road. The proposed Arlington Valley Road, three-quarters of a mile from 67th Avenue to 74th Avenue, is in the transportation element of the city’s current...

Kloz 4 Kidz helps families in Marysville

Children in need leave the portable behind United Methodist Church with a large plastic bag full of clothes and new shoes every week thanks to the local Kloz 4 Kidz organization. The local Marysville charity provides families with T-shirts,...

Antique appraisal event returns to Marysville

This March appraisers will come to Marysville to help locals learn about the history and value of their antiques on March 14. This will be the second year for the city's "Treasure Trove Antique Appraisal Show." Recreation coordinator at Marysville...

East celebrates 100th birthday

Sybil East, a new resident in Washington, celebrated her 100th birthday on Feb. 18. Sybil moved from Illinois to her daughter's home in Marysville in June. Sybil was honored with a party at Lake Stevens Senior Center on Feb. 15, attended by family...

Lady Eagles advance to Regionals

Jessica Ludwig didn't want to let her high school basketball career end on a losing note. The senior post took matters into her own hands last weekend at Jackson High School in the 3A District 1 consolation championship, helping the Eagles defeat...

Tommies defeat Arlington, advance to 3A Regionals

For the third time this year, the battle between Arlington and Marysville-Pilchuck went down to the wire. With the score even for much of the back-and-forth contest, the Tomahawks came up with three big three-point shots in the fourth quarter to...

Sehome ends Lakewood's season

The Lakewood High School Lady Cougars' district tournament run ended just as quickly as it began. Lakewood last week lost to Sehome by a final score of 50-42 to be eliminated from the consolation bracket and end its season with a final, overall...

Prep Roundup 2/25/15

3A State Wrestling Tournament 6. Arlington, 76: 106-4th, Trey Swanson; 126-4th, Gavin Rork; 5th, Jeremy Nygard; 145-5th, Cooper McAuslan; 160-2nd, Ruben Crew. 10. Marysville-Pilchuck, 64: 145-7th, Ryan Daurie; 160-5th, Keith Pablo; 170-1st, Killian Page; 182-5th, Drew Hatch. 2A State Wrestling...

What's all the buzz about mason bees?

Well, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that there is a pollination crisis going on in the world due to a serious decline in honey bee populations, the cause of which is still not clearly understood. The good news is that home gardeners ...

Grilled Pacific Halibut with Lemon Beurre Blanc

Serves 4 March heralds in many seasonal changes by announcing the end of winter and the beginning of spring. As the clock moves forward and the days grow longer ... halibut season begins, which means restaurants everywhere will be cooking this...

Rants and Raves 2/25/15

RAVE: A big “thank you” to the graffiti artists who decorate the train cars so we have something to look at while we wait forever for them to pass on by. Nice work, by the way. RANT: Homeowners - when looking to buy a home, pay attention to your surroundings and give some thought to what...

Brian Patrick Dale

Brian Patrick Dale, 46, beloved husband of Toshi Lee Dale, and grandson, son, brother, friend, and savior of bulldogs, died of a stroke on Feb 11. "DJ Bri" was the perfect man for the job in the industry of love. He was unrelenting, getting the beat ...

Kathleen Mary Halverson

Kathleen (Kathy) Halverson was born on September 23, 1949 and left us on January 26, 2015 at the age of 65. She was born and raised in Pinehurst, Wash. She leaves behind her children, Lesley Riley, Stacy Franklin of Marysville and James Halverson...

Janet Faye Huson

Janet Faye Huson of Marysville, Wash. passed away on January 30, 2015. She was born November 19, 1937. She moved to Everett in 1957 where she married John Macleod. In 1963 she married Robert Huson and spent the next 49 years together until his...

Josephine Mapes

Josephine Mapes, 76, of Marysville, passed away on Feb. 10, 2015. Josephine was born in Farmington, West Virginia on May 16, 1938, to Louis Stetz Sr. and Beatrice Stetz. Josephine is survived by her sisters, Genevieve Conn, Frances Stetz, Viola Dowd ...

Burl Eldon Scott

Burl Eldon Scott, age 94, went home to be with his Lord on January 29, 2015. He was born on Jan. 24,1921 in Everett. He is survived by his wife, Carolee; son, David; and daughters, Christy Ferris, Kathy Link and Susan Ludwig of Arlington. He is...

James Linden McMahan

Linden was born on March 25, 1935 in Sylva, N.C. He went to be with our Lord on February 10, 2015. He is survived by his wife, MaryAnn McMahan, of 60 years and his three daughters, Debi Robertson, Barb LaMie, Jenny Richard. Linden was preceded in...

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