Wed, Mar 24, 2010
Court employee Vermeulen earns city honor
Input sought on Kayak Point Park usage
Meeting set for March 31 at the Lake Goodwin Community Club.
PUD looking for solar energy projects
Schools and nonprofit organizations are encouraged to present demonstration projects.
Marysville housing project reclaims foreclosed properties
Funds from the county's Neighborhood Stabilization Program helped purchase five homes for low-income families.
2010 Census forms hit mailboxes
County executives urge residents to participate in the nationwide count.
Wed, Mar 10, 2010
New homes, new hopes for Tulalip tribal members
As homeowners received keys to their new homes, the first self-help housing program on tribal land is termed a success.
City administrator stepping down
Mary Swenson has worked for the City of Marysville for more than 32 years.
Stan Jones leaves a proud legacy
The Tulalip leader is retiring after 44 years of service on the board.
Port Susan shellfish beds reopen for Stillaguamish Tribe's harvest
Work by the Stillaguamish Tribe has led to the determination.
Long-time fire commissioner retires
Applicants sought to fill Smith's unexpired term.
Tulalip members to elect new leaders
Elections will take place March 13.
Tourism project funding available
Applications are being accepted for Marysville's Hotel/Motel Tax Grant Program.
Have coffee with the mayor
HomeStreet Bank hosts an informal gathering to discuss issues.
Arlington council identifies goals
The city's staff and council members list 13 priorities for 2010.
Wed, Feb 24, 2010
Health scare at Arlington schools
Two students were hospitalized with symptoms of bacterial meningitis February 16.
Marysville annexation yields bonus
Based on the number of residents in the Central Marysville Annexation area, the city will receive an additional $700,000.
Engineer tackles traffic congestion, earns city's thanks
NCO to publish Strawberry Festival program
Maryfest announced the contract award on February 21.
Utility rates restructured in city
Water and sewer rates for Marysville residents are designed to be more equitable and conservation-conscious.
FEMA grant goes to Marysville fire dept.
The $55,000 grant will be used to purchase safety equipment and pay for training.
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