Thu, Mar 12, 2009
Marysville fire announces promotions
Thu, Feb 26, 2009
Early education gets boost from lawmakers and law enforcement
Economic stimulus package includes increased funding for early childhood education programs.
Tribes contract to thin 78 acres of forest land
Pre-commercial thinning contributes to the overall health of the forests and their long-term viability.
Tulalip tribal campaigns underway
Seven Tulalip Tribes members are competing for two seats on the Board of Directors, the Tribes' governing body, with elections to be held at the General Council Meeting March 14.
Hydrogen-based energy storage studied
Northwest energy industry leaders will launch a study this spring to explore a new hydrogen-based energy storage system for intermittent renewable energy sources.
Firefighters get grant for equipment
The FEMA grant will provide the Marysville Fire District with modern, state-of-the-art equipment, compliant with current safety regulations and requirements.
Crime stats lower for 2008, says chief
Fewer crimes were committed in Marysville during 2008 than in the previous year, according to Chief Rick Smith at a recent City Council meeting.
Property taxes rise as values fall
In a report issued by the Snohomish County assessor's office, figures indicate the average tax change ranged from an 11.1 percent increase in Monroe to a decrease of 6.3 percent in Bothell.
Net widens to identify ATM thieves
An Arlington BECU teller machine was rigged to dispense twice the amount requested and debited from a user's account.
New admin facility set to open May 1
Sitting high atop a hill with an expansive view of Tulalip Bay, the Tulalip Tribes' new administration building is scheduled for occupancy May 1, 2009.
Thu, Feb 12, 2009
County adopts new residential design standards, restrictions on rural clusters
The Snohomish County Council took action to adopt groundbreaking regulations that will improve the design and appearance of developments in many urban areas within the county.
City's economic forecast bolstered by strategic partnerships
Mayor Dennis Kendall delivered his State of the City speech to members of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce on January 30, highlighting the city's expected growth and development plans.
Sim Wilson, former newspaper publisher and legislator, dies at 81
Wilson owned and published the Marysville Globe and Arlington Times for more than 30 years.
County waives fees for storm-related repairs
Conservation sensations help PUD reach goals
The utility's marketing campaign and aggressive efforts have resulted in nearly $4.5 million in annual savings.
Presidents' Day or somebody's birthday?
Use common sense to avoid being victimized
Scams are on the rise, but local police officials have suggestions to help residents tell the difference.
Marysville offers amnesty program in February
Marysville's Municipal Court is offering a one-time-only amnesty program February 1-27 for residents with outstanding warrants.
Marysville assault suspects in custody
Loans available for disaster assistance
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