Articles published Thu, Jul 31, 2008
Between the Covers
Coastal Forks a moody setting for vampire story
Local artists on display at Marysville library
Works by local visual artistswho are members of Round Robin Artists is now on display in two locationsinside the Marysville Public Library, 6120 Grove ...
Bob's Big Screen
TV sitcom worth watching and a bigmovie gets even bigger
Model airplanes fly high over Marysville field
It’s hard to imagine that thefriendly group of men gathered in a Marysville field caused such a ruckus inthe neighborhood just a few years ago.
Marysville Council OKs dog park
A temporary off-leash dog park at Strawberry Fields in north Marysville was unanimously approved by the Marysville City Council at its July 14 meeting....
Stilly Valley softball teamwins Little League title
New non-profit hopes to fill gap for needy
Sadiqa Sakin is all too awareof the gaps in service that can be devastating to a person who suddenly findsherself in need.
Videos will promote tourism and business development
Visitors to the City ofMarysville’s Web site, http://ci.marysville.wa.us, will soon have the option toview streaming videos showcasing the area&rsquo...
Compost plant investigated as source of odor problem
Following numerous complaintsfrom locals concerning a foul odor lingering in the Marysville air, the PugetSound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA) has given Everett-based...
Cultural center to document tribal history
Business, civic leaders discuss traffic issues
State Senator Mary MargaretHaugen (D-Camano Island), chair of the state’s transportation committee, joined Marysville MayorDennis Kendall and representatives...
Principal of Arlington school fired amid allegations of sexual misconduct
As more damaging informationwas made public regarding the alleged actions of a principal at Arlington’sHighland Christian School, the school&rsquo...
Verizon seeks cable franchise
Comcast could soon have some competition for its TV service in the Marysville area.At the July 21 meeting of the Marysville City Council, Verizon representative...
City shares cost of sidewalk repairs with property owners
The City of Marysville isoffering residents a new cost-sharing program to help pay for new sidewalks orthe repair of aging sidewalks on private property...
Tulalip Tribes plan timber harvest
The Tulalip Tribes recentlyannounced that Timber Tec has been selected to assist the Tulalip ForestEnterprise in thinning 132 acres of mostly Douglas fir...
Local heroes help contain school arson fire
A 12-year-old boy will becharged with first degree arson in connection with a July 23 fire at LakewoodElementary School.
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Letter to the Editor
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