Tue, Feb 5, 2013
Man with a gun arrested in Arlington
Arlington police have arrested a suspect in an assault with a weapon that caused three schools to lock down.
House Democrats block GOP effort requiring two-thirds super-majority to advance legislation
The amendment would have applied to all legislation, not just taxing measures.
Legislature again considering theater liquor license
The special permit is promoted as a source of financial help for small, independent theaters.
Stabbing victim identified
The Marysville man was found dead in his home Jan. 25.
Hopes bill takes aim at criminals
The legislation proposes establishing a criminal gun database in the state.
Fewer homeless in Snohomish County
The countys Point in Time homeless count in late January showed a decrease.
House divided on K-12 school funding priority
Dems reject GOP initiative to budget education first.
Council rejects bids on 67th Avenue project
In other action, Arlington extends moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries and collective gardens.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013
Planning for the future of Marysville downtown waterfront
Marysville officials and experienced development consultants talk about potential of publicly-owned waterfront in downtown.
Citizens file suit against Cedar Grove over odor issues
Two groups, one in the Marysville-Everett area and one in Maple Valley, are suing the composting company for more than $26 million.
Award-winning wetland serves many purposes
Arlington’s award-winning wetlands will be open for tours during the Eagle Festival.
Marysville councilmember appointed to national committee
Donna Wright, a long-time councilmember in Marysville, was appointed to the National League of Cities to help strengthen and promote cities.
Marysville man found dead in trailer
The 82-year-old man was discovered in his home Friday morning.
Name citys newest park
The City of Marysville invites you to give a park a name.
Tue, Jan 22, 2013
Inaugural address defines Inslee’s major goals
Washington’s new governor maps new direction for jobs, education, health care and more.
High speed pursuit ends with arrest
The suspect led police through north Snohomish County at speeds that reached more than 100 mph.
Human Rights meeting gives residents voice on issues
Express your concerns or ask questions at a public meeting Jan. 24.
Volunteers needed for homeless count
Snohomish County is seeking volunteers for its Jan. 24 Point in Time homeless count.
Future of Marysville's downtown waterfront to be discussed
Input from four consultants and a public meeting will help Marysville find the direction for its downtown waterfront property.
Teens arrested in Marysville assaults
Two boys, ages 14 and 15, are among those suspected in at least two separate incidents.
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