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Outreach is planned to begin soon to Marysville Pilchuck High School and Totem Middle School community members for the two school’s mascot change process.

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The Marysville School District is beginning the process to shape replacement levies to go before district voters, potentially in this upcoming February's election.

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Local Alateen groups are gathering again to help teenagers who have family members who are alcoholics.

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The Snohomish County COVID case rate hit a record high as officials warn that local hospitals are nearing their capacity.

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The city’s Community Development Block Grant program invites Marysville residents to review its annual performance evaluation report on how federal block grant funds are spent in the city, mostly to help address issues around low-income housing and homelessness.

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Marysville fire and city officials will gather again on Sept. 11 to hold their annual ceremony which will be provided virtually this year for the public.

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Local hospital and county officials talked about the situation at Providence Regional Medical Center as COVID-19 case numbers remain high in the county.

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The Marysville School Board had to adjourn early on Aug. 18 after members of the public disrupted the meeting and made threats to school board members and staff.

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Marysville locals came down to a beer garden and fundraiser hosted by Fannie’s Restaurant on Aug. 28 to support dog rescue efforts.

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The annual Friendship Walk and 5K will return this year to help raise funds for music programs like Voices of the Village.

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Snohomish County has a new mask mandate requiring all individuals, even those who are vaccinated, to begin wearing masks indoors again while in public spaces.

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Changing enrollment numbers and other pandemic variables make the budget difficult to project

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Because of the rapidly increasing spread of the COVID-19 delta variant, county officials are concerned that some restrictions may have to be put in place.

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After eight years serving on the Arlington City Council, Jesica Stickles will be moving away from the town and has resigned from her position.

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The Marysville School Board on Aug. 4 approved facilitators and a “student-centered” plan for the mascot change process for Totem Middle School and Marysville-Pilchuck High School.

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Exactly one year ago I wrote about the virtues of plants in the hibiscus family, specifically, the perennial hibiscus that is native to our eastern United States, the shrub hibiscus known as the Rose of Sharon which is an Asian introduction, and to a lesser degree, the tropical hibiscus that…

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The Stilly Valley Center plans to open its doors to the public again on Aug. 2 and to restart the programs they provide to local community members.

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To gain experience in showing animals in a fair setting, youth from around the region brought their cattle, poultry, rabbits, goats, sheep, and alpacas to participate in the annual Silvana Fair. 

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August can either be a month where the fruits of our labors and expressions of love come together into a glorious crescendo of all the wonderful colors of the rainbow, or it can be a time when we head out for vacations and ball games, and our yards become neglected barren patches of dried ou…

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Three-year-old Carlo Ponte was taken by his father, Jorge Ponte, from the Marysville Police Department parking lot during a scheduled visitation on July 10. A court-appointed Guardian ad Litem (GAL) was supposed to observe the visit. Jorge placed Carlo in his vehicle, a white Volkswagen Jett…

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After the 2020 U.S. Census, federal and state representative districts are being redrawn, creating an opportunity for Marysville to be less divided by district boundaries and other potential improvements.

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The city of Marysville seeks local instructors or businesses that are interested in partnering to provide classes to local community members. Classes would be offered in fall/winter 2021 to 2022. 

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The Tulalip Tribal Police Department invites locals to meet them and other tribal departments at this year’s National Night Out on Aug. 3.

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The Love Don’t Judge program, which offers local youths a place to hang out on Saturday nights, will return to Marysville with a grand reopening on Aug. 7.

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The Marysville Historical Society faces a tough situation as graffiti has appeared on the 150-year-old Pioneer Gehl Home.

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Now that the summer weather has arrived, it never fails that someone will ask me: “Can I still plant now or should I wait until the fall?” For the record, as a landscape contractor in the Sacramento Valley where it was routinely 85 to 105 degrees, I planted all summer long and never lost a s…