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Tulalip Community Health Dept. holds overdose awareness event

In response to three recent overdoses in the Tulalip community, the Tulalip Community Health Department is holding an overdose awareness event on Aug. 31, to coincide with International Overdose Awareness Day. The event is at the Tulalip Community Health Department’s new building at 7615 Totem...

 

Kids get school supplies at Tulalip Bash

Tulalip Tribal members and other Marysville Native American students can come to Tulalip Youth Services' Back to School Bash for free backpacks, supplies and other services. The Aug. 23 event also has many activities for children. It takes place at...

 

Brenda Jeanne Lyle

Brenda Lyle, 51, of Tulalip was surrounded by her loving family when she passed away early in the morning on August 10, 2017. She was born Dec. 1, 1965 in Everett, Wa. to Willis and Marcella (Williams) Lyle. Brenda loved camping, road trips,...

 

Wayne Warren Williams

Wayne Warren Williams, 89, of Tulalip passed away August 2, 2017. He was born May 10, 1928 in Everett, Washington to Francis and Harriette Williams. Wayne worked on the ferry boats for the Black Ball Line; he worked for Boeing; and for 40 years for...

 

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 primary election is for special measures like the...

 

MSD's Remle earns national award

Matt Remle, a Native American liaison for the Marysville School District, was recently recognized as the National Indian Education Association's Educator of the Year. Remle said the news definitely surprised him. "Honestly, I'm still in a little bit...

 

Spanish Style Salmon en Pappillote

You have a cooking job to do.... Not a job to make more work, but the opposite. I have one simple tool in my kitchen to do just that ... let me explain and show you the way to easy cooking. Chefs spend hours in a kitchen to prepare a classic dish,...

 

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 special ballot measure, which there is one, an...

 

Hibulb hosts child archeologists

Tulalip and Marysville children got to dig through the sand and touch some archaeological artifacts at the Tulalip Tribe's Hibulb Cultural Center during Children's Archaeology Day on July 15. "The Hibulb Cultural Center is hosting this event to have...

 

Behavioral hospital in Smokey Point opens

The 70,000 square foot, 115 bed, Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital held its grand opening and ribbon cutting July 13. The new mental health hospital will provide services for those dealing with drug addiction, depression or other mental problems, and...

 
 By Becky Berg    Opinion    July 19, 2017

Legislature helps schools

Upon becoming a school board member, there are several things that happen, one of which is becoming a member of the Washington State School Directors Association (WSSDA). This organization works to further the education of school board members, and...

 

MSD provides free lunches for kids

The Marysville School District's free summer lunch program, which provides meals to any child who goes to one of their sites, began on July 5. The program will continue through Aug. 25 with times for snacks and lunches. "We have nine sites that...

 

Lynette Rochelle (Ogilvie) (Grannell) House

Lynette was born October 15, 1945 in Everett, WA. She passed away Saturday June 10, 2017. Lynette attended Marysville High School and lived in the Everett/Marysville area most of her life and had recently retired from Tulalip Casino where she had...

 

Sweet and Spicy Blueberry Grilled Pork Loin

Gluten-free, prep time is about 1 hour Serves 4 4 cups fresh blueberries ½ teaspoon cinnamon ½ teaspoon cardamom 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 tablespoon fresh ground ginger 1 teaspoon butter 1 box of 1.75 oz pectin 4 cups white sugar 1...

 

William W. "Bill" Dobler

William W. "Bill" Dobler was born in Everett, WA on April 29, 1935, to Clare and Louise Dobler. He graduated from Everett High School in 1953 and Washington State College in 1957. Bill married Beverly Karola of Tacoma, WA in the summer of 1957. Bill...

 

Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

The Marysville Strawberry Festival brought thousands to the city's downtown for parades, a carnival, the Market in the Park and much more. The Kiddies Parade and Grand Parade down State Avenue are some of the main draws of the festival. This year's...

 

Community gets to tour new M-PHS Commons

Locals were invited to see the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Commons on June 10 and check out the school's newest addition. The Marysville School District held an open house at the new Commons and Cafeteria building. "We wanted the public to have...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    June 14, 2017

Berry Run kicks off Strawberry Festival

The 2017 Marysville Strawberry Festival Berry Run was held at the Tulalip Reservation Amphitheatre, on the morning of June 10, and kicked off Marysville's annual summer festival. Over the decades of tradition, the Strawberry Festival has grown and me...

 

Police arrest suspect in connection to fires in Marysville

Marysville Fire District firefighters battled five fires on June 14: one at an abandoned home and four debris/brush fires in a wooded area off of State Avenue. Marysville Police believe that all five fires were intentionally set and have one adult...

 

Marysville Historical Society opens new museum

The Marysville Historical Society held the grand opening of their museum on June 3. The museum will store and exhibit the organizations historical artifacts and also serve as a meeting place or rental hall for the community. The new building located...

 

Strawberry Festival kicks off June 10

Marysville's Strawberry Festival is almost here, bringing a variety of family activities to town from June 10 to June 18. "The Strawberry Festival is the premier event that goes on in our community," said Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring. This is the...

 

Walter Paul Steinbach

Walter Paul Steinbach, 83, of Tulalip, WA, died May 22, 2017. Walt was born May 24, 1933, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Walter and Ruby Steinbach. Walt was a commercial fisherman for over 50 years, fishing in the waters of Alaska and the Puget Sound....

 

Fish, wildlife return to Qwuloolt Estuary

The Tulalip Tribes gave their first update on the restoration of the Qwuloolt Estuary since they breached the local dike in September of 2015. The project to restore the estuary area near the Sunnyside area of Marysville was meant to provide a...

 

Auction raises $16,000 for Marysville Food Bank

The local Marysville Community Food Bank raised about $16,000 during their first ever Comedy Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser on May 20. The auction was the first time the local food bank has tried a large fundraiser, said Dell Deierling, director...

 

Auction raises funds for Tulalip Boys & Girls Club

The Tulalip Tribes raised funds for the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club during their 19th annual "It's for the Kids" fundraising auction on May 20. The annual event brings together hundreds of community members at the Tulalip Resort and Casino for...

 

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