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Caspar Babypants entertains kids at Marysville Opera House

Well-known children's music artist Caspar Babypants came to the Marysville Opera House on Feb. 25 to put on a concert for local children. Caspar Babypants is the stage name for Chris Ballew, former...

 

Community celebrates Merrysville for the Holidays

Trucks and cars decorated for the holidays traveled down State Avenue as part of the 29th annual Merrysville for the Holidays celebration on Dec. 2. The event marks the beginning of the holiday...

 

Communities plan holiday events

Marysville and Arlington will both celebrate the holiday season on Dec. 2 by bringing Santa Claus to town with festive events. In addition to each city's parades, there are a variety of events...

 

Ballew named parade Grand Marshal

The man behind Merrysville for the Holidays, the city's immensely popular holiday celebration, has a new role this year: Grand Marshal, an honor bestowed by Mayor Jon Nehring. Jim Ballew, director of...

 

New trailhead for Ebey Waterfront Trail

The city of Marysville opened up their new trailhead for the Ebey Waterfront Trail so that the trail now directly connects to Ebey Waterfront Park. The new addition opened on Oct. 9. Previously...

 

New barbecue grills at Marysville's Comeford Park

Comeford Park has two new barbecue grills and many picnic tables that are now open to the public. The city of Marysville has been working on installing the new barbecue pit for most of the summer....

 

Mayor Nehring hosts coffee klatch

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring responded to concerns over public safety and Marysville's growth at a recent coffee klatch with Marysville residents on Aug. 17. The city of Marysville holds coffee...

 

Marysville Class of '66 donates bench to Comeford Park

The Marysville High School Class of 1966 dedicated a new park bench at Comeford Park on June 13 near the park's splash pad. Many representatives of the class, which included 210 students at the time...

 

Marysville celebrates opening of Ebey Waterfront Trail

Local officials opened up the Ebey Waterfront Trail for public use on April 22, creating 1.8 miles of new public waterfront. Tulalip, Marysville and state officials cut the ribbon in front of a crowd...

 

Community enjoys Merrysville for the Holidays

The city of Marysville kicked off their holiday season with the 28th annual Merrysville for the Holidays with hundreds of community members gathered around Comeford Park on Dec. 3. The downtown...

 

Paving begins on waterfront trail

Construction has begun for a new waterfront trail in downtown Marysville that will run along the Ebey Slough and the recently restored Qwuloolt Estuary. The estuary was a project from the Tulalip...

 

Planning begins for Marysville Park

The city of Marysville has begun the design process for the Mother Nature's Window property to put together a draft of what the future of the park will be. The land near 100th Street and 55th Avenue,...

 

Geddes Marina property closer to becoming park

The Geddes Marina area in Marysville is closer to becoming an extension of the Ebey Waterfront Park because of an environmental cleanup happening this summer. The city of Marysville applied for and...

 

Community celebrates Marysville's 125th anniversary

The Marysville community came down to the Ebey Waterfront Park on March 19 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the city. Marysville is one of the oldest cities in the county, and was officially...

 

Officials discuss possible Qwuloolt trails

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen met with Marysville staff on March 8 to discuss the future of the Qwuloolt Estuary and the recreation opportunities around it. Larsen said that it was his first time back to the...

 

Mayor's Gala set for March 20

The city of Marysville invites the community to enjoy live music, delicious appetizers and a chance to tour the newly remodeled Marysville Opera House with Mayor Jon Nehring at the Mayor’s Gala – the grand finale of the Marysville’s Celebrate...

 

Marysville discusses future of State Ave.

Marysville officials are beginning to plan for the future of State Avenue and invited the public to discuss the city's main corridor on Feb. 25. The plan for State Avenue will help to steer the...

 

M'ville prepares to celebrate 125th anniversary

Marysville officials are planning a celebration for the 125th anniversary for the city this March, a city of more than 60,000 people now, but it wasn't always that way. "When I moved here about 50...

 

Mayor Nehring holds coffee klatch

Downtown development and revitalization was one of the main themes at Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring's coffee klatch meeting with citizens on Jan. 14. Local citizens that came to the downtown meeting...

 

Community enjoys Merrysville for the Holidays

Vehicles decorated with festive lighting, dancers and more joined Santa and marched down State Avenue in Marysville to welcome in the holidays at Merrysville for the Holidays on Dec. 5. The Electric...

 

Marysville gets funding for new trail

The city of Marysville has secured $825,000 in funding to build a new downtown trail around the Qwuloolt estuary. A grant from the Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account from Washington state's Recreation...

 

M'ville offers free movies, concerts, fitness

Marysville's summer series began this month, bringing free weekly movies, concerts and fitness opportunities to the area. The Sounds of Summer and Movies in the Park series return to Jennings Park...

 

M'ville offers free music, movies

Summer’s almost here, and so are Marysville Parks and Recreation’s crowd-pleasing series of free Friday concerts and Saturday movies under the stars in Jennings Memorial Park that will keep you entertained in the great outdoors this summer.  As...

 

Fire officials warn about fireworks risks

Local fire districts are asking citizens to not light off personal fireworks this year and instead enjoy public displays because of the recent heat wave. Washington state looks to come out of one of the hottest Junes on record and many weather...

 

Advance seating placement restricted along Strawberry Festival parade route

Spectators anxious to stake out the best seat along the Strawberry Festival parade route can begin placing their chairs at 5 p.m. Friday, June 19. This is a change from previous years, when residents placed seating several days in advance. At the...

 

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