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Five victims of Marysville Pilchuck shooting lost

Five victims of Marysville Pilchuck shooting lost

Three weeks after the tragic shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School, Nate Hatch went home to his family and over 200 well wishers on Thursday, Nov. 6. Hatch, the sole survivor of the violence that took place in the cafeteria at Marysville...

Arlington recognized for smoking/vaping park prohibition

The Arlington City Council and Parks, Arts and Recreation commission in Arlington were presented with a Healthy Communities Award for banning smoking and vaping in their parks. The Snohomish Health District, an independent district for the county which promotes healthy living, recognized the city...

Burn ban implemented across Snohomish County and reservations

The Stillaguamish and Tulalip reservations are among many reservations where the U.S. Environment Protection Agency has instituted a burn ban on Nov. 18. Snohomish County is also currently under a Stage 2 burn ban as well since Nov. 16. The EPA is reporting stagnant air conditions and poor air...

Oso memorial benches donated to Haller Park

Two new granite benches with engravings in remembrance of the March 22 Oso mudslide at Haller Park were unveiled on Nov. 15. The benches were donated to the city by the Tulalip Cabela's store. Pacific Coast Memorials donated the granite for the...

Warrant scam re-appears in Snohomish County

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple calls from potential victims of a warrant scam that may be re-emerging this November. Area residents have reported being contacted by a person claiming to be a Sheriff’s Office deputy with a warrant for their arrest. The caller says...

Local Soportomists raise money for kids

Soroptimist International of Marysville's annual auction held Saturday, October 25, raised over $35.000 this year. The group hosted nearly 200 hundred guests for the "Hollywood! An Evening with the Stars" event, which broke previous attendance...

Marysville's 2015-16 budget includes many projects for future

The Marysville City Council approved the city’s 2015-16 budget, which includes improvements to State Avenue, increased employee positions, utilities projects and trail construction. The council approved the budget during their Nov. 10 City Council meeting. The city’s general fund is the money...

Dwayne Lane Chevrolet cleared to progress

At the Nov. 10 workshop meeting city attorney Steve Peiffle announced that Friday, Nov. 7, was the deadline for appeals to a court decision on Dwayne Lane's car lot at Island Crossing — and no appeals were submitted. The Stillaguamish Flood Control District and Washington Department of...

Local glass company under new local ownership

Bud Barton's Glass in downtown Marysville has new ownership, and new owners John and Beth Hopp hope to keep the company the same as it's always been. Beth, a longtime employee of the company, purchased the local company at the beginning of October....

Legends of the Blues concert coming Nov. 22

The Arlington-based Norris and Nicely Duo are among the all-star cast in the Legends of the Blues II concert Saturday, Nov. 22, when Patti Allen returns to Arlington after her fabulous performance with the first Legends of the Blues concert last December. Along with Allen, the concert includes The...

County hosts celebration of Human Rights Day

The Snohomish County Human Rights Commission is hosting a celebration commemorating the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Human Rights Day from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at Evergreen Middle School in Everett. The theme of this year’s celebration is...

Marysville-Pilchuck volleyball eliminated from state

The Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks' surprise run to the state tournament ended just a few hours after it began last weekend, with the team dropping both of its matches. The Tomahawks opened the tournament by falling in straight sets to Mercer Island, ...

NJROTC holds military ceremony at MPHS

Families and friends gathered in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School gymnasium to watch the Marysville NJROTC Pass-In-Review ceremony on Thursday night. The Pass-In-Review is a formal military ceremony that dates back to before the Civil War. It is...

Lakewood makes state tournament appearance

Lakewood nearly upended one of the state's toughest teams, but fell in two consecutive games last weekend to bow out early from the 2A State Tournament. For the first time in over about 20 years, the Lakewood Cougars qualified for the state...

Tommies run to state quarterfinals

The Tomahawks were a team on a mission last weekend. Each of its possessions against Mountlake Terrace last Friday night in the opening round of the 3A State Tournament ended in touchdowns, save for the final drive when the game was well in hand and ...

Prep Roundup

Arlington Girl's soccer: The Eagles raced past its first-round opponent last weekend in the 3A State Tournament, defeating Central Kitsap by a final score of 7-3 in Silverdale Stadium. Last Saturday night, though, Arlington narrowly fell to host...

Choose the right wine for your Thanksgiving celebration

The one compliment to every Thanksgiving dinner is a wonderful wine to be shared amongst family and friends. But where do you start in finding those perfect bottles? Start With What You Like! While "wine people" will be glad to tell you what wines are "textbook perfect" to go with various dishes,...

Competing with the holiday bazaars. Come make a wreath!

My job gets really tough this time of year. Here I am trying to motivate you to get out into the garden and clean up the beds, replant the containers, plunk some bulbs into the ground and spread mulch everywhere to control weeds and insulate the...

Will public employee pension costs cause your property taxes to increase?

The House Finance Committee held a work session focused on the fiscal health of Washington's cities and counties. Among the presentations lawmakers heard was a pitch from the Washington Association of Counties to provide local governments more flexibility on existing tax sources while providing...

911 calls only make us relive a dark moment in our history

The Marysville community has continued moving forward after the tragic events at Marysville Pilchuck High School on Oct. 24, however, the media seems to want to continue to glamourize what happened that by requesting the 911 calls that were made from scared and innocent victims. I, for one, have...

Allen Wayne Wiseman

Allen Wayne Wiseman, 66 of Arlington, WA passed away at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, November 3, 2014 at his home in the presence of family. He is survived by his son, Matthew Wells and his daughter, Janelle and her fiancé, Richard Nash and their...

Jo Ann (Ronken) Andersen

Sept. 8, 1937 - Nov. 10, 2014 Jo Ann Andersen, 77, passed away on November 10, 2014. She was born on September 8, 1937, in Everett, Wash. Jo Ann grew up in the Riverside neighborhood and graduated from Everett High School in 1955. Jo Ann went to...

Naomi (Bonny) Byers

Nov. 7, 1915 - Nov. 14, 2014 Naomi Ruth (Bonny) Byers, 99, of Marysville passed into the arms of her loving Savior November 14, 2014. She was born November 7, 1915 in Marysville, Washington. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday November 24, 2014 at First Baptist Church of...

Corrigan Lee Gates

Corrigan Lee Gates of Granite Falls was born on January 30, 1949 in Bellingham, Wash., and passed away on November 11, 2014 in Marysville, Wash. Corrigan attended and graduated from the Ferndale School District. He was retired and had worked in civil construction and for the White Pass and Yukon...

Joanne M. Moore

Nov. 27, 1945 - Nov. 3, 2014 Joanne Verkist Moore, 68, passed away at home in Marysville on November 3, 2014 following a long struggle with cancer. Joanne was born an identical twin on November 27, 1945 in Bellingham, Wash., to parents, Charles...

Andrew Martin Leroy Fryberg

Aug. 10, 1999 - Nov. 7, 2014 Andrew Martin Leroy Fryberg was a Tulalip Tribal member who blessed us with his presence on August 10, 1999. He was a victim of the tragic school shooting that had taken place at Marysville Pilchuck High School on...

Mary "Louise" Mayer

Feb. 14, 1922 - Oct. 31, 2014 Mary "Louise" Mayer, of Darrington, Wash., born February 14, 1922 in Cicero, passed away on October 31, 2014 in Oso. She was preceded in death by husband, Martin; and son, Michael and is survived by daughters, Marilyn...

Andrew Kenneth Smith

Our sweet boy, Andrew Kenneth Smith passed November 1, 2014 in Marysville, Wash. Andrew came into our lives May 30, 1990. His quiet humor and loving presence will be so greatly missed by his parents, Shaun and Chris Smith; sister, Allie; brother,...

Marjorie Mae Bush

Marjorie Mae Bush was born on July 1, 1923 in North Loup, Nebraska and passed away peacefully at her Marysville, Wash. home on October 28, 2014. Love for her family was unconditional. She was a kind and gentle soul, always putting others needs in...

Marilyn Jean Cariker

April 1, 1938 – Nov. 1, 2014 Marilyn Jean Cariker, 76, lost her courageous battle to lung cancer, surrounded by family, November 1, 2014. Born in Seattle, Wash. April 1, 1938, she is preceded in death by her ever loving husband of 46 years, Doyle...

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