MARYSVILLE — With three children and a husband whose job injury left him unable to work, Colleen Goad is one of many Marysville parents who found her family facing a challenging Christmas.
MARYSVILLE — The first day of this year’s Christmas meal distributions at the Marysville Community Food Bank held steady with previous holiday seasons, and so have the needs of the families that it serves.
ARLINGTON — Sara McCarter has two daughters, ages 7 and 9. She and her husband are both unemployed, and while he’s been looking for work, health issues have prevented her from doing the same.
MARYSVILLE – A Silent Auction-Benefit Dinner to raise money for Marysville-Pilchuck High School will take place Saturday, Dec. 20, from 5 to 9 p.m.
When a city wants to give its workers raises, it is common practice to give the public as much information as it wants to get buy-in from the people who pay the taxes to support the government.
ARLINGTON — Even after its Christmas meal distributions on Friday, Dec. 19, and Monday, Dec. 22, the Arlington Community Food Bank will still be in dire need of more volunteers to support its basic operations.
ARLINGTON – An Arlington K9 police officer was involved in a two-car collision Dec. 17 en route to a domestic violence call.
ARLINGTON – "The World's Friendliest Casino" at Angel of the Winds north of Arlington now has "The World's Friendliest Hotel."
Hundreds of people from Marysville through Arlington have put up Christmas light displays outside of their homes.
MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck and Getchell's high school boys swim teams lost to Kamiak Dec. 16 but had swimmers place in the top 3.
TULALIP — Members of the Marysville and Tulalip communities came together in the wake of this year's tragedies during the "Hope & Healing" candle centerpiece workshop at the Tulalip Tribes administration building Dec. 13.
ARLINGTON — For more than two decades, the Arlington Fire Department has been delighting children and helping the food bank through its annual “Santa Run” food drive.
MARYSVILLE — Hundreds of families turned out for the first weekend of this year's Holiday Tour of Lights at the Cedarcrest Golf Course Dec. 12-13. 1
ARLINGTON — An Arlington man allegedly was speeding up to 100 mph before his car struck a tree in Arlington Heights in February, killing a passenger.
MARYSVILLE – The city of Marysville is helping out residents who were hit by the wind storm Dec. 11.
MARYSVILLE — An early morning fire caused extensive damage to a home under construction in Marysville Saturday.
MARYSVILLE – Raze the cafeteria as quickly as possible. Build a new cafeteria in a different location. Pass a bond for a new school. "We want new like MG."
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell girls basketball team improved to 4-0, trouncing Granite Falls 63-14 Dec. 6 and Meadowdale 52-46 in overtime Dec. 10.
TULALIP — Tulalip Heritage senior Jesse Louie was emotionally driven to play his senior year.
MARYSVILLE – While racial protests and violence are taking place across the country, the Tulalip Tribes and Marysville schools are making efforts to mend fences.