Man arrested for selling drugs across the street from the M’ville police department

MARYSVILLE – Marysville Pro-Act officers arrested two people on drug-related offenses today, but they didn’t have to go far - one was across-the-street from the… Continue reading

Wind causes some local damage

Some minor storms have blown through Marysville-Arlington recently, with more, of course, expected as winter approaches. The worst that happened was a tree being blown… Continue reading

Different works for new school leader

In running for office for the first time, Vanessa Edwards did some things a little differently. But they worked out for her as she beat… Continue reading

M’ville gushes with pride over increasing water supplies

MARYSVILLE – The city continues to get richer when it comes to water. Mayor Jon Nehring has a goal of the city being independent of… Continue reading

Grownups take field trip to get to know their schools

ARLINGTON – Field trips have been a favorite diversion for young students who anxiously count the days for the rare chance to learn outside of… Continue reading

Reception for Larson, future of secondary schools part of M’ville board meeting Monday

MARYSVILLE – Stage 1 of the timeline for the future of secondary schools in the Marysville district is under way. That will be part of… Continue reading

Road work key topic at meeting with mayor

MARYSVILLE – Traffic woes were a topic of interest at Mayor Jon Nehring’s Koffee Klatch Monday. A resident asked if a four-way stop or speed… Continue reading

New Marysville firefighters hired, others receive awards

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Fire District swore in seven new full-timers Wednesday and also gave out some awards. Firefighter/paramedic Joseph Kendrick joins after more than… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2017

Vietnam seems just like yesterday for these veterans

By Steve Powell ARLINGTON – Veterans Day, just like every day, Michael Cox and George Lantz remember Vietnam 50 years ago like it was… Continue reading

City to buy ‘old Shell station’ for downtown pocket park

ARLINGTON – The city has agreed to buy the “old Shell station,” giving a long-ago shuttered business a second life as a mini-park. The City… Continue reading

School board passes bond measure resolution

ARLINGTON – The Arlington School Board unanimously passed a resolution on Monday authorizing a $107.5 million bond measure to be placed on the Feb. 13… Continue reading

Challenger wins Arlington city council spot

In the latest ballot counting, Arlington city council challenger Joshua Roundy was easily defeating longtime incumbent Chris Raezer for the City Council 71 percent to… Continue reading

Arlington pays tribute to armed forces during Veterans Day Parade (slideshow, video)

ARLINGTON – Arlington-area residents and visitors paid tribute to military service members past and present on Saturday during the annual Veterans Day Parade. Hundreds of… Continue reading

Woman dies in 5-vehicle accident in Arlington

ARLINGTON – A 62-year-old woman died Wednesday evening in what Arlington police are investigating as a DUI crash involving five cars. Witnesses reported that the… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2017

Losing sight hasn’t kept him from coaching

ARLINGTON – Ren Leach is losing his eyesight. He first noticed when he was 10. He was with family looking up at the stars. He… Continue reading

Challenger ends up winning in M’ville school board race

School board challenger Vanessa Edwards increased her lead over Bruce Larson after more ballots were counted by Monday morning. The pair were in a virtual… Continue reading

Briefs (Nov. 11)

Veterans Day events Marysville, Tulalip and Arlington will have events on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Marysville American Legion will have its annual Open House, opening… Continue reading

  • Nov 9, 2017

She practices what she preaches about acceptance

MARYSVILLE – For Rebecca Kirkpatrick of Arlington, it’s not about being an openly gay pastor. “It’s about Christian love and acceptance,” she said. Kirkpatrick, 39,… Continue reading

M’ville developing some type of July 4 event

MARYSVILLE – The city plans to have some type of event on the Fourth of July this summer. They are not quite sure what it… Continue reading

Property taxes will go down in a few years locally for schools, but elsewhere they will rise

MARYSVILLE – It probably won’t surprise anyone that taxes will go up statewide to fund education. But at least in Marysville, in just a few… Continue reading