Survey takes pulse of well-being in Stillaguamish Valley

ARLINGTON – While most people feel a connection to the Stillaguamish Valley, three quarters believe they could do a lot… Continue reading

AHS students’ bike racks add colorful legacy for downtown

ARLINGTON – Whenever Hunter Urionaguena passes by Arlington Hardware and Lumber store from now on where his uncle’s memorial bench… Continue reading

Arlington steps out for annual Fourth of July parade

ARLINGTON – This year’s traditional Fourth of July Grand Parade had the kind of energy that would have made our… Continue reading

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State requirements lead to delay in signal at Hwy. 530, Smokey Pt. Blvd.

ARLINGTON – Installation of a temporary signal at Highway 530 and Smokey Point Boulevard has been delayed until at least… Continue reading

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Marysville moms help raise funds to find cure for CF

TULALIP – When Keldan Pablo and Kaidynce Olsen got their picture taken, they had to be separated by their moms… Continue reading

Goodbye: After 30 years, Ballew goes out with a bang

MARYSVILLE – Jim Ballew is going out with a bang. The city parks director for 30 years, who was a… Continue reading

Marysville golf tourney raises money for Umps Care

Staff and Herald reports MARYSVILLE – There were winners for longest drive, closest to the pin and overall best-ball four-man… Continue reading

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Lucifer is the most well-known type of this flower. (Courtesy Photo)

Brighten up your garden with varieties of Crocosmia

By Steve Smith It is hard for me to focus on one variety of plant this time of year. There Continue reading...

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Hardy Fuchsias are so much more than a shade plant

By Steve Smith If you are looking for a perennial that will bloom from June until frost, will tolerate full Continue reading...

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Sports

Dozens compete in 5K Foam Fun Run, triathlon in Arlington on 4th (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Not everyone is relaxing today waiting for the fireworks. Dozens of hearty souls competed in the Pedal, Paddle, Continue reading...

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News

Trees removed to make way for estuary

MARYSVILLE — A dozer with a claw-like device known as a ripper is removing more than 100 trees to make… Continue reading

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Like many of you, I felt the 4.6 earthquake

Like many others of you in Marysville and Arlington, I felt the 4.6 magnitude earthquake at 2:51 this morning. It… Continue reading

 

Opinion

Manufacturing jobs center gets green light

Even before I became mayor 11 years ago, city leaders and staff began the very long process of gaining a Continue reading...

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Life
The free library. (Courtesy Photo)

Youth groups build free library near church on 4th in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – A Girl Scout group worked with some Webelos to build a Little Free Library at 1607 4th St.… Continue reading

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Deaths

Marysville Elizabeth Abruzee, 83, June 21 Naida Balam, 92, June 24 Jerry Fisher, 80, June 23 Karen Grayson, 56, June… Continue reading

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Marketplace

Live Happy, Live Healthy: Take an Active Approach to Your Wellness Journey

When Remedy Tulalip opened its doors, it did so under a simple, Continue reading...

 

Comcast honors Marysville students

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students

 

Seven Things to Know Before You Go Mattress Shopping

We spend a third of our lives in bed, so it’s important to make the right choice

 

Comcast Uniquely Positioned to Bridge Seattle’s Digital Divide

The City of Seattle Technology Access and Adoption study showed that more Continue reading...

 

Business
Steve Powell/Staff Photo 
                                Don’s owner Sam Gohar improved the look of the lounge with a granite bar countertop and much more.

Marysville restaurant-lounge gets a makeover at age 50

MARYSVILLE – Some people nowadays like to get facelifts when they turn 50. Well, so did Don’s Restaurant downtown on… Continue reading

 

Despite NW rain, we still need to water

By Steve Smith There is a certain fact that Northwest gardeners are going to have to start embracing: our summers… Continue reading

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