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Preliminary results in for General Election

Changes are coming to both the Marysville City Council and Arlington City Council as multiple incumbents were defeated in the Nov. 7 General Election. Preliminary ballot results were posted on Nov. 7 with updates throughout the week. Marysville City...

 

Preliminary results for Nov. 7 General Election

The Snohomish County Elections office has released the preliminary results for the Nov. 7 General Election. County Council, District 1 Nate Nehring received 9,402 votes (59.10 percent) and Ray Miller received 6,451 votes (40.55 percent) City of...

 

City council, school board races on Nov. 7 ballot

There are multiple races between potential Arlington and Marysville city council members on this year’s general election ballot, as well as state, county and other local races. Nov. 7 is the deadline for ballots for this year’s general election....

 

M'ville Chamber hosts candidates forum

Local candidates for Marysville and Snohomish County races in the upcoming general election talked about their platforms at a candidates forum on Sept. 29. Candidates from two Marysville City Council...

 

Chamber hosts candidates forum

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will host a candidates forum for local races in the upcoming November election during their monthly meeting on Sept. 29. Candidates in two of the Marysville City Council races and in Snohomish County...

 

Preliminary results in for primary election

Preliminary results for August's primary election are in and Marysville's EMS Levy appears to have passed along with several candidates moving on to the ballot in November's general election. The...

 

Results for the Aug. 1 Primary Election

Preliminary results for the Aug. 1 Primary Election County Council District 1 Nate Nehring received 6,685 votes (39.02percent) Ray Miller received 6,080 votes (35.49 percent) Robert J. Sutherland received 1,724 votes (10.06 percent) Chris Ihler...

 

EMS levy, local races on ballot for Aug. 1 primary election

Ballots for the Snohomish County Primary Election have been mailed out to voters in the county, including to Marysville and Arlington residents. The ballot for the Aug. 1 election contains any races that have more than two candidates, or any other...

 

Ashlee Smith Insurance Agency opens in Marysville

Farmers Insurance in Marysville is under a new owner and a new location, and the new Ashlee Smith Insurance Agency under Farmers Insurance opened their new doors this February. Moving to 1235 State...

 

Event helps girls learn about overcoming fears, challenges

Local girls got a chance to meet role models and hear about overcoming obstacles at the "If You Can Dream It, You Can Be It" event from the Soroptimist Club of Marysville. The event was held on Jan....

 

Soroptimists, YMCA team up for girls

On Jan. 30 local girls in high school will be able to get career support at the “If You Can Dream It, You Can Be It!” event. The Soroptimist International of Marysville and the Marysville YMCA are co-sponsoring the event. The workshops will be...

 

Hop Jack's opens in Lakewood

New Lakewood restaurant Hop Jack's hopes that it can be a "neighborhood gathering place" where people can stop to grab drinks and classic American-style food. "Everybody has to go to work and...

 

Coastal Community Bank opens

The largest bank headquartered in Snohomish County, Coastal Community Bank, opened a new branch in downtown Marysville recently. The bank opened its doors on Aug. 3 and held its grand opening on Aug....

 

Marysville Salvation Army opens larger facility

The Marysville/Tulalip branch of the Salvation Army moved into a greatly expanded community center where they held their ribbon cutting and dedication on Oct. 18. The local Salvation Army last year se...

 

Marysville considering fireworks ban

A complete fireworks ban is under heavy consideration by the Marysville City Council, who voted to form a committee to study the issue during their July 28 meeting. City councilmembers reported that illegal and improper use of fireworks has made the...

 

Marysville leaders meet with federal reps

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring and City Councilmembers joined other Washington local officials among 2,000 local leaders from across the country at the annual Congressional City Conference March 9-12...

 

Snow flurries don't dampen spirits at park opening

It seemed fitting for snow to say its last goodbye to the old Christmas tree farm and hello to Doleshel Park as people streamed in for its grand opening Saturday morning. Members of the Doleshel...

 

Tab fees back on the table for TBD

The Marysville Transportation Benefit District (TBD) will have the authority to impose a $20 license tab fee without a vote of the people after all. TBDs are districts that have authority to propose taxes for the sole purpose of improving...

 

Marysville considers low-income loans

A revolving loan program and other community development improvements could be coming with Marysville’s 2014-15 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The CDBG is a federal program that provides cities and counties across the country...

 

New solid waste facility improves pollution control

When you hear the word "decant," you might envision opening a bottle of fine wine. For the City of Marysville, its new decant facility is an innovative tool in the process of battling water pollution...

 

Traffic and train tracks loom large in Marysville City Council candidate races

Five of Marysville's seven City Council seats are up for election this year, and three of those positions have two contenders. Current councilmembers Donna Wright and Michael Stevens are running unopposed for the Pos. 2 and Pos. 4 seats,...

 

Grand opening for new Walmart

A new Walmart opened Wednesday, Sept. 18, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 a.m. The new store, located at 8713-64th St. NE, will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with grocery,...

 

Locals enjoy a Fashion Fiesta

Honoring the Strawberry Festival’s 2013 theme of “Fiesta,” the annual tea and fashion show, held June 11 at Leifer Manor, featured colorful Mexican decorations and a delicious lunch...

 

Historic Sunnyside barn to be razed

The big old farmhouse and barn on the edge of Sunnyside Boulevard and 33rd Pl. NE have witnessed a lot of changes over the years. Soon both structures will be demolished to make way for additional hou...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 21, 2013

Koster’s council seat up for grabs

John Koster has represented District 1 on the Snohomish County Council for twelve years—three full terms, which makes him ineligible to run for the seat again this year. Five residents have...

 

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