An Arlington crew has been helping fight fires in Eastern Washington for the past week. A new crew will take their place Aug. 22.  - Courtesy photo

Local crews help fight fires in E. Washington

  • Aug 21, 2015 at 12:59PM

ARLINGTON – Acting Fire Chief Tom Cooper asks residents to be especially cautious about fire because many local resources have been sent over the mountains to battle blazes in Eastern Washington.

Ebey Slough waters flow into Qwuloolt Estuary as dam is breached

  • Today at 1:34PM

MARYSVILLE – A project that took 20 years to complete culminated Aug. 28 as bulldozers removed part of a levee, reopening 350 acres of historic wetlands to threatened salmon.

Marysville Globe

Quiet, walking evangelist finds out hundreds have heard his message (slide show)

  • Today at 10:46AM
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MARYSVILLE – Gary Haga has been walking around east Marysville for more than three years carrying his sign.

Smiley faces everywhere at M'ville YMCA's 20th anniversary event (slide show)

  • Aug 25, 2015 at 11:00AM updated at 4:54PM
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MARYSVILLE – With a name like Smiley, you have to figure he's a happy man. David Smiley, who will be 84 in October, really is happy. That's one of his secrets for being so healthy so late in life.

Marysville Globe

'Love the earth' message behind totem's blessing (slide show)

  • Aug 24, 2015 at 3:00PM updated Aug 25, 2015 at 11:51AM
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TULALIP – "Love the earth," master carver Jewel James passionately yelled to a crowd on the beach as Canada geese swam in calm Tulalip Bay. "The earth's dying."

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