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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...

 
 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...

 

M'ville, Health District disagree on needle exchange program

The city of Marysville is considering pulling their funding of the Snohomish Health District over the district's plans to expand Everett's needle exchange program. The Snohomish County Syringe...

 

Community members help plan manufacturing, industrial area

Marysville and Arlington have started to map out their vision for the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center with a public kickoff meeting on April 4. The Arlington Marysville...

 
 By Nate Nehring    Opinion    April 11, 2018

Milestone in battling the opioid epidemic

Snohomish County has reached a milestone in the northern part of the county with regard to the ongoing effort to combat the opioid epidemic. There remains much work to be done, but I look forward to...

 

Tolbert gives State of the City

Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert talked about the city's efforts toward public safety, getting those with addictions treated, and the economy during her State of the City on March 13. Policing...

 

City of Arlington launches new website

City of Arlington officials hope a new city website improves user functionality for mobile and home users. The city launched the new website on Feb. 22. The address for the site remains the same:...

 

Survey gathers citizen input about having public event for 4th of July

After banning fireworks within city limits Marysville officials have been looking at the possibility of a public event for the Fourth of July. Currently the city is gathering opinions with a community survey available for community members. The...

 

Marysville Fire District welcomes new members

The Marysville Fire District introduced a new board director, swore in two new firefighter/paramedics, and introduced a new mechanic joining the district's staff on Jan. 17. New Board Director Tom...

 

M'ville, Fire District 12 continue RFA talks

Talks will likely begin again between Fire District 12 and the city of Marysville about forming a Regional Fire Authority to provide fire services for the area. Last year District 12 had been working...

 

Nehring discusses plans for Marysville in 2018

Continuing road planning, trail expansions, public safety initiatives and advancing the Manufacturing-Industrial Center are some of the projects slated for Marysville in the new year. “I’m excited about 2018. Things are really going well here in...

 

Tolbert discusses Arlington's plans for 2018

When looking forward to the issues that the city will be addressing in 2018, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said the planned Marysville-Arlington Manufacturing Industrial Center continues to have the potential to create a lot of local jobs. Local...

 

Local jurisdictions set legislative agendas

If it’s January, is must be legislative season in Olympia. With a short session ahead, it’s important for local jurisdictions to hone their priorities and clearly articulate their value to our state lawmakers. Here is an overview of the...

 

MPD considers buying drones, laser scanner

The Marysville Police Department is looking to unmanned drones and a laser scanner to improve the way officers map vehicle accidents and crime scenes, and produce higher-quality visuals. The City...

 

Negotiations for merging fire services end

Talks between Marysville and Arlington to potentially merge their fire services are likely coming to an end after the Marysville City Council voted to end negotiations during their Dec. 11 meeting. The city of Marysville is currently provided fire se...

 

State Rep. Eslick meets with constituents

Recently appointed 39th State Legislative District Rep. Carolyn Eslick met with some of her constituents on Dec. 12 to talk about local issues. Eslick was appointed to the seat this September to...

 

Housing Hope opens Twin Lakes Landing

Thirty-eight families who are currently homeless will soon be transitioning to new homes in Lakewood with the opening of Housing Hope's Twin Lakes Landing project. Housing Hope opened the new...

 

James looks forward to serving on council

Longtime Marysville resident Mark James will step into the Marysville City Council next year as one of two new council members. In the Nov. 7 general election James defeated incumbent Donna Wright...

 

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...

 
 By Nathan Whalen    News    December 6, 2017

M'ville bans supervised drug consumption sites

The Marysville City Council last week took a step prohibiting supervised drug consumption sites. The council unanimously approved a six-month moratorium preventing such sites from opening within city limits. “It’s more of a pre-emptive...

 

King hopes to make a difference on City Council

Longtime Marysville resident and community member Tom King will serve as one of the new Marysville City Council members next year. In the Nov. 7 general election, King won the Marysville City Council...

 

The most wonderful time of the year

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Our community truly embraces the holidays and offers many free and inexpensive ways for families to celebrate the season. Break out the calendar and find some old and new events to enjoy this year....

 

Salvation Army holiday bellringing begins in M'ville

Bells will be ringing now outside Marysville stores as the local Salvation Army kicked off their red kettle donation collections which are a holiday-time tradition. City officials and Salvation Army m...

 

Roundy looks to address city's growth

Local accountant Joshua Roundy will serve as the newest member of the Arlington City Council next year. The City Council pos. 2 seat was one of several local elections on this year's Nov. 7 ballot...

 

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...

 

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