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Students help out at Mother Nature's Window

Students from Marysville Getchell High School's Environmental Club are helping to clear trail and remove invasive species at Mother Nature's Window. Since early May, members of the club have spent...

 

The 87th Strawberry Festival was enjoyed by thousands

Hello Marysville and welcome to “The Berry Patch.” It is hard to believe, but the 87th Marysville Strawberry Festival is now in the history books as they say. A successful and enjoyable event was enjoyed by thousands. The success of the Festival...

 

Festival could not happen without volunteers, sponsors

Hello Marysville and welcome to “The Berry Patch.” The Strawberry Festival, not unlike every other Community Festival, could not go on without the support of sponsors. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank these...

 

Challenge Day connects families to healthy options

Marysville kids climbed the rock wall and kicked soccer balls while learning about local healthy activities for the summer at the Healthy Communities Challenge Day. This year's event was held on June...

 

Fireworks banned in M'ville, fine increases

Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries in the first year of a citywide fireworks ban, the city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District once again remind residents that...

 

Show 'n Shine rolls back into Arlington

Olympic Avenue in Arlington will likely be filled with cars and hot rods as the annual downtown Show 'n Shine Car Show returns for its 19th year this June. The event will be held on June 9 and is put on by the Downtown Arlington Business Association...

 

M'ville museum celebrates anniversary

The Marysville Historical Society celebrated their museum's first anniversary as well as dedicated a new exhibit on the founders and origins of the town of Marysville on June 3. The event celebrated t...

 

Arlington considers utility fee to provide funding for EMS

The Arlington City Council is considering a $15 per month Ambulance Utility Fee that would provide relief to the city's general fund which they would then use to improve public safety. A public...

 

Event promotes healthy activities

Try the rock-climbing wall, check out fitness demonstrations, plant seeds and more at Marysville’s 10th annual Healthy Communities Challenge Day on Saturday, June 2.  The free event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Allen Creek Elementary School, 650...

 

Preparations in high gear for Strawberry Festival

Hello Marysville and welcome to “The Berry Patch.” As we are inching our way ever so close to “Jam In Marysville,” the 2018 Marysville Strawberry Festival, preparations are in high gear. There is still time for you to get involved as a volunt...

 

Plants that will survive our dry summers

It always seems odd to be talking about drought tolerance when we get literally feet of rain every year and we generally have an adequate supply of water for the summer months, but as we all know,...

 

Healthy Communities Challenge Day returns to Marysville on June 2

Marysville families can come out to learn about healthy activities and support from local organizations as part of the annual free Healthy Communities Challenge Day on June 2. It will be held from 10...

 

Soroptimists celebrate 40 years in Marysville

The Soroptimist Club of Marysville celebrated 40 years in the city working to benefit local women and girls during their May 8 awards dinner. Past and current members gathered at the Marysville Opera...

 

Local kids reel in fish at Marysville's Fishing Derby

Children reeled in fish, sometimes their first catch ever, at the annual Marysville Fishing Derby held on May 5. The event, held at the Jennings Park pond, provides a local free option for families...

 

Military families contribute to local communities

Military families often get involved in their communities and provide many benefits to their towns and neighborhoods. To recognize and thank military members and their families for all that they do...

 

School lunch volunteers honored with Mayor's award

Two women who bring kindness to middle school lunch periods were honored by Mayor Jon Nehring as Volunteers of the Month at the April 23 meeting of the Marysville City Council. Renee Bigwarfe and...

 

Marysville works to improve safety at local intersections

Many busy Marysville traffic intersections have been receiving safety improvements and that work is scheduled to continue into June. In total, 10 of Marysville's intersections are being improved and...

 
 By Nate Nehring    Opinion    May 9, 2018

A great partnership with the military

In honor of Military Appreciation Month, I am dedicating my May column to the great partnership between Snohomish County and our military. Snohomish County has played host to the United States...

 

Marysville holds annual Shred-A-Thon

Marysville residents stopped by downtown on April 28 to shred and recycle their documents as part of the city's annual Shred-A-Thon. The event, put on by the city of Marysville and various community...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    May 2, 2018

M-P hosts 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic

The Marysville-Pilchuck track and field team welcomed eight teams to the 15th Annual Tomahawk Classic, including the Marysville Getchell Chargers on April 28. The Tomahawks earned a second-place...

 

Needle Clean-Up Kit, disposal program expands

Since rolling out the free needle clean-up kit program in September 2017, over 800 kits have been distributed by the Snohomish Health District. These kits have ensured the safe and proper disposal of more than 10,000 syringes. Starting April 25 —...

 

Marysville fishing derby returns May 5

Local children will be able to cast their lines and reel in fish at Jennings Park during the Marysville Fishing Derby on May 5. The city hosts the free event at the park at 6915 Armar Road and the...

 

Preparing students for their future

With the last day of school quickly approaching, we recognize the important role we all play in preparing our local students for their futures. Families, nonprofit and service groups, cultural organizations, city, school district and other...

 

Dance brings out superheroes in mothers, sons

Marysville mothers and their sons donned their capes and masks for the city's annual Mother-Son Superhero Dance on April 21. This is the third year of the dance supported by the city and local...

 

Marysville Strawberry Festival at risk

It would be a very sad day for Marysville/Tulalip citizens if the Marysville Strawberry Festival event was cancelled. This event has been a great asset to the city off Marysville and local businesses. For the past 50+ years it has grown into a...

 

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