Steve Powell

A model citizen: Marysville man skips the kits and builds from scratch

Marysville man builds from scratch, rather than using kits

 

Arlington runner becomes a rower

ARLINGTON – When Jensyn Smith got burned out running she took to the water - not to swim but to row. The senior at Arlington… Continue reading

 

Lakewood beats Arlington at Jamboree; home schedules to save

It seems like local high school fall sports just ended but there was no time off as some teams start playing winter sports last weekend.… Continue reading

 

Marysville considers cost of embedded social worker

MARYSVILLE – The embedded social worker program has been hugely successful, but that didn’t stop the City Council from debating paying 100% of the cost… Continue reading

Health district helps Marysville, despite no funding help

MARYSVILLE – The Snohomish Health District helped city residents with a number of issues, even though the council decided against helping to fund the agency… Continue reading

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                                Dan Crisologo’s dog shows off their clothing line.

Couple’s pet store a ‘pleasant experience’

MARYSVILLE – When Dan and Ray Crisologo realized their retirement funds were running low, they decided to open a business. At first, Dan wanted to… Continue reading

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                                Dan Crisologo’s dog shows off their clothing line.
Steve Powell/Staff Photo 
                                The tables for meals are taken down so this new Salvation Army space on State can be used as a cold-weather shelter. Their only employee, Jenny Roodzant, right, with the help of volunteers, are still providing for Marysville’s needy.

Despite cuts, Salvation Army still helps needy

MARYSVILLE – When the Salvation Army decided last year to no longer have officers in Marysville due to financial concerns, social services coordinator Jenny Roodzant… Continue reading

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                                The tables for meals are taken down so this new Salvation Army space on State can be used as a cold-weather shelter. Their only employee, Jenny Roodzant, right, with the help of volunteers, are still providing for Marysville’s needy.
Arianna Bilby, left, and Emily Mekelburg of Arlington made the all-league first team as hitters, but they also are versatile enough to play the backcourt, too. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Locals dominated All-Wesco North teams

Local fall sport athletes and coaches dominated All-Wesco 3A North honors announced recently. Newcomer Sarah Hereth of Marysville Getchell was named Coach of the Year… Continue reading

Arianna Bilby, left, and Emily Mekelburg of Arlington made the all-league first team as hitters, but they also are versatile enough to play the backcourt, too. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)
Superintendent Jason Thompson talks at public meeting on Marysville School District plan. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Marysville students value input on ‘values’ in district plan

MARYSVILLE – You may not think students would be interested in something as wonky as a Strategic Plan, but think again. In rolling out the… Continue reading

Superintendent Jason Thompson talks at public meeting on Marysville School District plan. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Attention on NJROTC as 23 get perfect scores at inspection (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – Twenty-three cadets received “perfect scores” at the recent Annual Military Inspection at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Also, cadet Lt. Cmdr. Matt Allen received the… Continue reading

Carson Chrisman goes in for one of his three scores against Sequim. (Olivia Vanni/The Herald)

After win over Sequim, Lakewood takes on 2-time defending champs

LAKEWOOD — Jared Taylor connected with Carson Chrisman for three scores as Lakewood beat Sequim 38-12 in the first round of the state Class 2A… Continue reading

Carson Chrisman goes in for one of his three scores against Sequim. (Olivia Vanni/The Herald)
Dylan Carson of M-P scores the winning touchdown against Prairie. (Kevin Clark/The Herald)

After winning a thriller, M-P faces another high-powered offense at Lincoln

MARYSVILLE – Edgar Martinez’s field goal sent the game into overtime then Dylan Carson scored as Marysville-Pilchuck won one of the most-exciting games in school… Continue reading

Dylan Carson of M-P scores the winning touchdown against Prairie. (Kevin Clark/The Herald)

Arlington wins 2, plays Peninsula at state in Yakima (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – After losing its first match of the season, Arlington had to make state the hard way. But the Eagles made it look easy… Continue reading

Despite state loss, rookie MG girls soccer coach proud of season (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – After riding a high since winning the Northwest 3A District Championship Saturday, Marysville Getchell’s girls soccer team was brought back down to earth… Continue reading

M-P, Lakewood host state football playoff games Friday

Marysville-Pilchuck and Lakewood will host first-round state playoff game Friday. M-P plays against Prairie, while the Cougars take on Sequim. The M-P defense will have… Continue reading

M-P, Lakewood both win playoff games

The Lakewood defense came up big not once but twice as the fifth-ranked Cougars held on to win its playoff game against 10th-ranked Liberty of… Continue reading

Longtime Tulalip Tribes leader Stan Jones dies

TULALIP – Stan Jones, a longtime leader of the Tulalip Tribes, died Tuesday at the age of 93. Jones was tribal chairman for 26 of… Continue reading

Mental health court in Marysville a big success

MARYSVILLE – For eight years, Cecilio Smith was homeless and off and on used drugs. But not anymore. Thanks to the Mental Health Alternatives Program,… Continue reading

Mayor Nehring not a big fan of roundabouts either

MARYSVILLE – Mayor Jon Nehring admitted he is not a fan of roundabouts at a recent Coffee Klatch. “We need to take a closer look… Continue reading

State to audit Marysville schools’ academics

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville School District has enough low-performing schools that the state is now calling it a Required Action District. “More of our schools… Continue reading