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Auction raises funds for Tulalip Boys & Girls Club

The Tulalip Tribes raised funds for the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club during their 19th annual "It's for the Kids" fundraising auction on May 20. The annual event brings together hundreds of community members at the Tulalip Resort and Casino for...

Arlington celebrates new Teen Center at Boys & Girls Club

The Arlington Boys & Girls Club opened its new Teen Center with a grand opening party on May 19. The new center provides a place for teens at the club to hang out that offers video games, computers, animation and programming software, a DJ...

MSD considers budget, future of Getchell's SLCs

The Marysville School District is preparing its budget for a planned ninth year of enrollment decline amid an uncertain amount of money coming from Washington state. District officials are in the process of planning cuts if they are required, and...

Marysville couple pays off students' lunch debt

Two Marysville community members donated more than $5,000 on May 12 to pay elementary school students' lunch balances at the Marysville School District. The Marysville couple, Thomas and Christine Lee, said that they were looking for a way to help...

Community celebrates Boys & Girls Club expansion

Arlington officials and community members celebrated on May 20 the improvements to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club and the two ballfields next to the club that are now complete. The project was part of the Stilly Youth Project, a group of...

Events planned for Memorial Day

The American Legion Posts in Arlington and Marysville will hold their annual Memorial Day events on May 29 to honor America's fallen veterans. Arlington American Legion Post 76's annual Memorial Day parade will begin at 10 a.m. and travel down...

Salary commission recommends pay increases for mayor, council

Arlington’s Citizens Salary Review Commission filed its compensation decision with the Arlington City Clerk in April, including changes to mayor and council salaries and per diem reimbursements on June 1, 2017, Jan. 1, 2018, and Jan. 1, 2019. As of June 1, the mayor’s salary shall be increased...

Tips for enjoying a safe Memorial Day weekend

As we look ahead to Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer, the Marysville Fire District reminds residents to keep safety in mind.  In the water: • Children need constant and active supervision in and around water. Always stay within arm’s reach of young children and avoid...

MG, M-P golfers head to State

The Wesco 3A District Championships were played at Kayak Point Golf Course on May 16 and 17, with the top 17 girls from 3A District advancing to the 3A State Championships in Kennewick on May 23- 24. Three local girls from Marysville Getchell High...

M-P pummels Lynnwood at District Tourney

The Marysville-Pilchuck girls softball team opened up the 3A District Tournament against the Lynnwood Royals on May 17. The Tomahawks got off to an incredible start in the first round of the playoffs as they exploded for five runs over the first two ...

MG falls at District Tourney

The Marysville Getchell Chargers started off their postseason by playing the Meadowdale Mavericks in the first round of the District Tournament. Through the first four innings it looked like the Chargers were going to have an early exit in the...

Arlington Arts Council presents 'Summer Vibes'

Start the summer right with appropriate music at “Summer Vibes,” a concert presented by Arlington Arts Council at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd., in Arlington on Saturday, May 27, 7:30 p.m. The show starts with Elias Ka’uhane on the ukulele, followed by Adrian...

Bonkers over Begonias

I confess, growing up in southern California, I have always had an affection for begonias. My very first purchase, at the young age of 8, was from the county fair and was a rhizomatous variety that I grew for many years. As it got too large for its...

3rd Street Marketplace opens

The 3rd Street Marketplace, a community gathering place for artists and other creatives to sell their items, opened this May in downtown Marysville. The new business is taking up residence in the building of the former Carr's Hardware, a longtime...

Pay by the mile? Residents of the 39th District say 'No'

There seems to be no end to the ideas state government comes up with to take your hard-earned money. Two years ago, the Legislature adopted an 11.9 cent gas tax hike and numerous vehicle fee increases to pay for a 16-year, $16 billion statewide...

Merton H. Gribble

Merton Gribble, 92, born in Minneapolis, MN, on April 23, 1925, passed away on May 17, 2017. Mert moved to Marysville, WA, in 1967, with his family. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nancy in 2015. A celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m....

John George Dinuis

John George Dinuis was born to Jack and Shirley Dinuis on August 30, 1949. He passed away on May 11, 2017, at the age of 67. He lived his life with his family; his parents; sister, Carol; and brother, Bill in Lake Stevens, WA. He was married to his...

Marlice Jan Delys

Marlice Jan Martin Delys passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on May 5, 2017. She was born July 2, 1950 in Arlington, WA to her parents Kathleen Amy Goodridge-Martin and Jessie Lloyd Martin.  Marlice was a beautiful, compassionate woman, who was ...

In Loving Memory

In loving memory of Ron Hayes 1947-1967 and Dean Hayes 1951-2017. Still loved and missed so much....

Kamren Neal Ames

Kamren Neal Ames of Marysville, Washington, was born in LaJolla, California, to Ken and Ronaele Ames on March 26, 1967. Kamren moved to the Evergreen State because he loved the mountains, water, and mostly the green. He worked in the computer...

Mary Frances Bourdo

Mary Frances Bourdo, 82, of Port Susan, WA, passed away on April 24, 2017, with her husband, love of her life, and best friend, Henry (Hank), by her side. Mary and her husband Hank ultimately settled in Port Susan, WA, where they have connected with ...

Lester Fred Johnson Jr.

Lester Fred Johnson, 84, passed away in Arlington, WA, on May 14, 2017. He was born on Feb. 8, 1933, in Auburn, WA, to Lester and Annite Mae (Knight) Johnson. Les started fishing at a young age with his grandfather, Edward Knight. Les has been a...

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