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Lessons learned from Oso mudslide response

Communication between agencies and quicker mobilization are two of the biggest areas the state can improve in disaster response, according to those studying the March 22 Oso mudslide response. The Washington state senate Natural Resources and Parks committee heard testimony from various Darrington...

Seahawks drop by MPHS

Students at Marysville-Pilchuck High School got a surprise on Nov. 18 when players from the Seattle Seahawks came by the school to visit and show their support. Star running back Marshawn Lynch, tight end Luke Willson, linebacker Bobby Wagner and...

Marysville Resident Hired in Labor Role at United Way

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of Marysville resident Betty Welsh as Labor Donor Relations and Community Liaison Manager. Welsh joins United Way’s Resource Development team, where she will be the liaison between United Way and the labor community. Specifically,...

Sheriff's office warns of emerging warrant scam

Several area residents have reported today that they received a phone call from someone claiming to be a Sheriff’s Office deputy with a warrant for their arrest. The caller said that the victim would need to pay over the phone to have the warrant “lifted” or a deputy would come to their...

PUD offers low-income, senior energy assistance

In the coming year, Snohomish County Public Utility District expects its energy assistance programs to help more than 17,000 senior citizens and low-income customers struggling with their electric bills. The programs currently provide reductions of 20 percent, 40 percent, or 60 percent off PUD...

Marysville Resident Hired in Labor Role at United Way

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of Marysville resident Betty Welsh as Labor Donor Relations and Community Liaison Manager. Welsh joins United Way's Resource Development team, where she will be the liaison between...

I-5 Stillaguamish bridge reopens

All lanes on the I-5 Stillaguamish River Bridge have bene reopened after work to replace the southbound bridge deck to perform maintenance on the framework underneath. The work finished last week with the installation of loops in the pavement to track travel times and vehicle trips, according to a...

Cedar Grove provides food and essential supplies to Marysville Community Food Bank

Cedar Grove Composting's Everett employees delivered food, diapers and other essential items to the Marysville Community Food Bank November 17, following a company-wide, employee food drive. In addition to supporting the Marysville Community Food...

Volunteering in your community just got easier

The Arlington Washington Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is pleased to introduce Justserve.org. This website, with no cost or obligation, is designed to reach out to everyone in our community who desires to volunteer and support their neighbors. Not-for-profit...

One last discussion on next year's budget

At the Nov. 17 Arlington City Council meeting a public hearing was held on the city's $42 million budget for next year. At the public hearing, one person asked a question about salaries, said Kristin Banfield, city clerk. The city's major costs include $9 million in water and sewer, $2.5 million...

Marysville Food Bank and Toy Store seek food, toy donations for local families

With Christmas just around the corner, Marysville Community Food Bank and Toy Store volunteers are urging community members to help neighbors in need by donating food and unused toys – just look for the familiar red giving barrels at more than 60 participating locations where you shop or do...

Cedarcrest's robots help teach career skills

Cedarcrest Middle School's robotics club presented three of their robots to the Marysville School Board to demonstrate some of the school's Career and Technical Education programs. "We have a very strong CTE program at Cedarcrest and we were at the...

Tomahawks roll to Tacoma Dome

VANCOUVER – It was supposed to be an away game. The Tomahawks were supposed to play their quarterfinal contest last weekend on the road, in an unfamiliar environment and in front of a hostile crowd. It was supposed to be an away game, but with a...

Prep Roundup

Grace Academy Boy's soccer: They failed to duplicate last year's success, but Grace still finished with a fourth-place award at last weekend's 1B/2B Boy's Soccer State Tournament. After a first-round win against Providence Classical Christian two...

Here's a short list of the things I am thankful for (horticulturally speaking)

Of all the gardening tools I own, I am most thankful for my handheld, gasoline powered leaf blower. Now I know that leaf blowers are the bane of many city dweller’s existence. They are noisy and kick up considerable dust and pollute the air, but...

Watch out for phone call scams

Dear Editor, We have heard from quite a few of our clients that they have received scammed phone calls supposedly from the IRS. These are truly phony telephone calls. The IRS does not send e-mails or texts either. These calls seem to be abrasive, demanding payments and information, plus solicit...

A lot to be thankful for

Every year we each get the opportunity to share in the tradition of Thanksgiving. With most of my family living far away from us, we get the privilege of sharing Thanksgiving with our dear friends this year. Of course, we all have our favorites from the dinner table. Mine are mashed potatoes and...

Mildred Mae Thompson

March 27, 1917 - Nov. 5, 2014 Mildred Mae Thompson passed away on November 5, 2014. She was born in Huff, Morton County, North Dakota to Chester Garfield Dutton and Alice Pearl Cessna on March 27, 1917. She married Amil Thompson and they were long term residents of Marysville, Washington. Mildred...

Ronald D. Rollins Sr.

July 10, 1953 – Nov. 15, 2014 Ronald D. Rollins Sr., 61, of Marysville, Wash. passed away on November 15, 2014 in Everett, Wash. He was born on July 10, 1953 in Spokane, Wash. the son of Patricia and Dewey Rollins. During his career he worked at...

Donald Alexander McPherson

Sept. 12, 1924 - Nov. 10, 2014 Commander Donald Alexander McPherson, USNRes (Ret), passed away on November 10, 2014 at 90 years of age. He was a man of many talents: an architectural engineer; court commissioner; realtor; land developer; and small...

Gale Elizabeth Genin

Feb. 23, 1943 - Nov.12, 2014 Gale Elizabeth Genin passed away on November 12, 2014. Gale was born on February 23, 1943 to Victor E. Bjorkvik and Lily Elizabeth Bjorkvik in New Westminster, B.C., Canada. On February 23, 1963 Gale married Louis Paul...

Sharon Louise Losey

Sharon Louise Losey, 69 of Stanwood, Wash. passed away on November 10, 2014. Sharon was born on April 8, 1945 in Mount Vernon, Washington to Chris Jensen and Beatrice Seegebarth. She was a member of the Class of 1963 at Lincoln High School in...

Dorothy Mae Staudenraus Wilson

Nov. 6, 1931 - Nov. 13, 2014 Dorothy Mae Staudenraus Wilson passed away suddenly on November 13, 2014. She was born November 6, 1931 in Moose Jaw, Canada. Proceeded in death by her husband, Ernest Wilson and brother Victor Schwab. Survived by...

Clifford James Wick

Clifford James Wick, called "Jim" by his family and friends, passed away on September 10 at his home in Marysville, following a long illness. He was 58. Jim was born on July 5, 1956, in Salt Lake City, to Carl and Laurel Wick, the second of three...

Matilda Ann Hamlet McBride

Matilda Ann Hamlet McBride, 75, passed away November 17, 2014 in Stanwood, Washington. A memorial service was held Nov. 22 in...

Andrew E. Neland

Andrew E. Neland of Marysville, Wash. passed away on November 12, 2014. He was born on June 15, 1934 in Yakima, Wash. Andy was a graduate of Granger High School in 1953. He married his high school sweetheart, Doris J. Morris in May 1955, whom...

Doris Triplett

Doris Triplett, 89 passed peacefully July 21, 2014 in Marysville, Wash. of natural causes. The first of two born to Clara Ard and Edward Pavlicek in Elsmore, Kansas February 28, 1925. She is survived by her brother, Edward D. Pavlicek; her children, ...

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