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'Stuff the Bus' helps students

The Marysville community once again showed its generosity during the annual ''Stuff the Bus" event which was held Thursday, Aug. 18, to collect school supplies to benefit students in the Marysville School District. "Local churches, the Marysville...

Prevention is key to keeping safe during excessive heat

With temperatures exceeding 90 degrees last week prompting a heat warning from the National Weather Service, and temperatures expected to return to the 80s this week, local officials are encouraging community members to be aware of the health issues ...

Back2School Rally hands out supplies

More than 674 students registered for free backpacks full of school supplies and they collected their backpacks at the Back2School Rally Sunday at Presidents Elementary School in Arlington. At least 150 more were not registered, said coordinators...

Food bank looks to expand services

In response to results from a recent survey, the Marysville Community Food Bank hopes to partner with a community organization for van shuttle service for less mobile clients, explore opening an “express” line for families, and increase the number of times per month that community members in...

Health District seeks public input

Arlington City Council was scheduled to hear a presentation from Snohomish County Health District’s Jeff Ketchel, environmental health director and Peter Mayer, deputy director and chief operating officer. The health district is campaigning for a per capita funding request. A Power Point...

Marysville Goodwill offers workshops

The Marysville Goodwill Job Training & Education Center is offering a variety of Job Readiness and Life Skills workshops in the coming weeks. The Job Readiness workshops will cover such topics as Dressing For An Interview, CPR Certification, Finding the Right Job For You and Resume Essentials...

M'ville youth football gives kids opportunity to play

As the summer ends, kids are coming off the playgrounds and strapping up the pads as the Marysville Youth Football League is starting up. Consisting of five divisions, the MYFL caters to a wide range of ages and gives younger athletes the...

M-P football prepares for upcoming season

As the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks football team begins practices they are looking to start off strong and improve on what they did last year. With a strong returning cast and great leadership the Tomahawks hope to bring it all together to have...

Airport Appreciation Day offers fun for entire family

The annual Airport Appreciation Day returns to the Arlington Airport on Aug. 27 and offers a day of free aviation-oriented activities for the entire family. "We want to encourage kids and their families to come out and have a great time. There are a ...

M'ville Parks offers classes

The Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation Department is offering a variety of classes in the coming weeks. Urban Boot Camp™ Join instructor Jennifer Harvey this high-intensity interval training class that incorporates a variety of calisthenic movements, muscular endurance training and basic...

Water, bats and spiders

I know my column last week was all about watering, but with these days of really hot temperatures I feel it's important to briefly touch on some great watering tips. These guidelines will not only keep your yard looking fantastic but they'll also...

Toribio Marius Martin

Toribio "Toby" Marius Martin passed away Aug. 19, 2016. Toby was born May 26, 1998 in Seattle, Wash. to Fermin "Cubby" Martin and Misty Hammontree. Toby was an enrolled member of Tlingit Native American Tribe. Visitation will be held Aug. 24, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Schaefer-Shipman with an...

Lois Elaine Dennis

Lois Elaine Daniels was born on Sept. 19, 1936. Beloved wife of Eldon Dennis of 59 years, mother to Sherrill, Jim, John, and Lisa. Proud grandmother to 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Passed away peacefully in her home Aug. 18, 2016 surrounded by her family after a long battle with...

Mamie "Mae" Harriett Williams

Mamie "Mae" Harriett Williams, of Tulalip, went to be with her husband, George S. Williams Sr on Aug. 18, 2016. Mae was born March 31, 1928 in Frazer, Montana. She was known for her smoked salmon. She is survived by her three children, CarolHunter, Valerie Williams, and Roger Williams Sr. She was...

Frances Marie Cole

Frances Marie Cole went to be with her Lord on Aug. 14, 2016. A memorial service and reception was held on Aug. 20. Fran was born on Aug. 20, 1945, in Conrad, Montana to Godfrey and Fern Torgerson. Fran began working as an elementary teacher at...

David A. (Frank) Cyra

David A. Cyra passed away on July 31, 2016. David was born in 1925 in Arlington, Wash. to Dorothy Catherine and John Cyra. After serving his country during WWII in the Army Air Forces, he graduated from Seattle University. An avid outdoors-man, he and Dorothy instilled a love of the outdoors in...

Marlene Renee Hibbard

Marlene Renè Tuengel Hibbard went to be with our Lord, Aug. 5, 2016. She is survived by her husband of 28 years Kenneth Hibbard, and father Ronald Tuengel, siblings; Carol Lee, Roni Arbuckle, Ronald Tuengel, and Daniel Tuengel. Her nieces and nephews that all held a special place in her heart....

Andrew Oleson Lease

Andrew Lease, of Marysville, Wash., born Nov. 23, 1976, was escorted to his heavenly home on Aug. 9, 2016. His devotion to his family and friends were a mainstay in his life. Andrew worked for Boeing as an aeronautical engineer. Andrew was survived by his wife, Celeste Bulkley; his mother, Deborah...

Ronald Maurice DeMuynck

Ronald Maurice DeMuynck was born on July 8, 1934 and passed away on Aug. 18, 2016. Arrangements under the direction of Weller Funeral Home, Arlington,...

Joyce Suzanne Short

Joyce Suzanne Short, of Arlington, passed away on July 25, 2016. She was born on May 27, 1932, the daughter of Rev. Samuel and Beryl McIvor in Lewiston, Idaho. She made her career working for the Boeing Company and retired after serving there for over 20 years. Joyce's passion was working on her...

Ray O. Walberg

Ray O. Walberg passed away in Sequim, Wash. after a brief illness on July 9, 2016. Ray was raised in Marysville, Wash. He born to Olga and Robert Walberg on March 14, 1927. After serving in the Navy during WWII he attended Everett Junior College and College of Puget Sound. Ray retired after 30...

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