Tue, Oct 4, 2011
City, police officials dedicate Bayview Trail
Community-wide art project kicks off in October
The Marysville Arts Coalition and its community partners will launch the sale of plywood wreaths for the city's holiday décor on Oct. 10.
Owners want their dog back
The Siberian husky was stolen from the Smiths' Marysville yard on Sept. 24.
Fall pumpkins and corn mazes
Family farms on the Red Rooster Route offer autumn fun.
Raffle benefits Haiti mission
Buy tickets to win free dog grooming for a year to support Calvary Chapel's mission.
Community forum focuses on illegal drug use
The Marysville Community Coalition partners with the Marysville police department for the Oct. 11 presentation.
Wed, Sep 21, 2011
Children's singers bring famous act to local libraries
Caspar Babypants and Nancy Stewart are among the kids' stars promoting literacy at the Marysville and Arlington libraries.
Van GO program helps meet local transportation needs
Applications are being accepted for surplus Community Transit vans, to be donated to local nonprofit organizations.
Child safety the focus of local car dealer
Roy Robinson Chevrolet sponsors the free LifePrint child safety event on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Festival wraps up summer parades, moves to new digs
The Berry Patch: A monthly update from the Strawberry Festival
Marysville rockhound helped found the local Rock & Gem Club
Terry Maple will display some of his extensive collection at the club's annual Rocktoberfest, Oct. 8 and 9.
Cancer volunteer receives city honor
Les Hoge, coordinator of the American Cancer Society's Road to Recovery program, was awarded the Volunteer of the Month plaque for August.
Tribes contribute to the needs of local students
Grants from the Stillaguamish Tribe and the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe will help Kids' Kloset purchase clothes and supplies for Arlington and Darrington students.
Mon, Sep 12, 2011
Kids and grownups enjoy Marysville's Touch a Truck
Asbery Field was alive with the sound of horns, sirens and whistles as kids of all ages crawled into fire engines, backhoes, police cars and garbage trucks during the city's Touch a Truck event on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Arlington dedicates Firehouse 46, unveils 9/11 artifact
Hundreds of Arlington residents were joined by firefighters and police officers from around the area for a special celebration on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011.
Tue, Sep 6, 2011
Arlington plans a busy Sept. 10 weekend
Classic cars, local artwork, a new town clock, book sale, remembrance walk and fire station dedication are all part of the weekend activities.
Buttkes celebrate 59 years
Bob and Bev Buttke were married Aug. 30, 1952.
Friends remember Jeff Thornton with reunion, baseball
The Marysville firefighter lost a battle with cancer on a day of national tragedy, 9/11/01.
Marysville YMCA youth center dedicated to Jubie family
The YMCA's new Youth Development Center will offer expanded programs and services for local youth and the community as a whole.
Casino helps senior center pay for roof
The Angel of the Winds Casino presented a $2,000 surprise donation to the Granite Falls senior center.
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