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Remember early March? The kids were in school, and we only needed to stay home from work if we were sick. Today, the US has more cases of COVID-19 (81,321 and growing) than any other country in the world, including Italy and China. This virus has deeply affected all of us. It has changed the…

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It looks like it will take a bit of planning for people who want to help maintain the region’s blood supply for hospitals. 

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Many discussions and meetings are taking place to get us the information we need to navigate this time of disruption. I appreciate the sharing and communication of other Mayors and the County to help keep us all informed. There is an abundance of resources for information if you haven’t foun…

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Gov. Jay Inslee on March 26 announced several new proclamations and a directive aimed at opening up the healthcare and childcare workforce, reducing transmission between families and children in DCYF custody, and lengthening the deadline for local governments to file their annual fiscal reports.

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As a reminder, any of the city of Marysville’s solid waste commercial account customers can reduce the frequency of collection to once a week and also reduce the size of their dumpster to better accommodate their current business needs.

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Given the seriousness of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort and the Stillaguamish Tribe, out of an abundance of caution, will be following Gov. Jay Inslee’s mandate regarding the March 23 stay-at-home order and closure of non-essential businesses. We have therefo…

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Gov. Jay Inslee spoke directly to Washingtonians on March 23 to announce he will sign a statewide order that requires everyone in the state to stay home. The order will last for two weeks and could be extended.

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Marysville Fire District firefighter/EMTs and paramedics are playing a vital role on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic as we respond to treat sick patients. In this challenging time for our community, our state and our country, we dedicate ourselves to continuing excellent emergency service.

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Local school districts are working on ways to provide lunches, childcare, education resources and keep their staff working as schools are closed for at least six weeks.

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Washington state and the Tulalip Tribes are nearing an agreement to share sales taxes collected in the Quil Ceda Village and elsewhere on the local reservation.

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The Snohomish County area received heavy wind and rain beginning on Jan. 31 and continuing through the week which caused minor flooding incidents.