Marysville

Man shot in Marysville in critical condition

Police haven’t been able to interview him because of his condition

 

Marysville considering how to celebrate July Fourth

A year after a fireworks ban took effect, a survey is asking residents to share their thoughts.

 

Man seriously injured after confrontation in Marysville

Witnesses told police that they heard a gunshot and saw two men pile into a white SUV.

 

Northshore School District bond for new elementary now passing

As of Tuesday, the $275 million proposal was comfortably above the 60 percent supermajority.

2 hospitalized after head-on crash in Marysville

Anyone who witnessed the collision or the vehicles shortly before the crash is asked to contact police.

Company installs playground at Twin Lakes Landing

Volunteers from Granite worked long hours through snow showers and freezing temperatures over two weekends to install a new playground at Twin Lakes Landing in… Continue reading

School levies still passing in 3 districts after latest tally

In the initial count, ballot measures in Lake Stevens, Marysville and Snohomish had been losing.

Ballot measures in 3 school districts are now passing

With votes still trickling in, levies in Lake Stevens, Marysville and Snohomish surpass 50 percent.

High-speed, tire-shredding Marysville chase ends in capture

The 28-year-old driver is now being held for investigation of more than 25 criminal counts.

In front of a stage in the Marysville Pilchuck High School gymnasium Tuesday, students surround others who show off some dancing skills for the crowd. MPHS was hosting Interhigh for more than three dozen schools from around the region. Their theme was “Find Your Grind,” which was about identifying then pursuing your passion. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Spirited event gives students momentum to ‘conquer the world’

More than 2,000 attended the annual Interhigh at Marysville Pilchuck High School.

In front of a stage in the Marysville Pilchuck High School gymnasium Tuesday, students surround others who show off some dancing skills for the crowd. MPHS was hosting Interhigh for more than three dozen schools from around the region. Their theme was “Find Your Grind,” which was about identifying then pursuing your passion. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

3 from county accused of money laundering

The case involves multiple drug-trafficking organizations.

Marysville church fills backpacks of food for hungry students

Volunteers at St. Mary Catholic Church have backpack ministry work parties every week.

Three new hotels are rising in Marysville

The new businesses are expected to bring in money for local activities and festivals.

A tribute that’s more than skin deep

Thomas Resch had his late mom’s heartbeat and last note to him tattooed on his chest.

EagleSong-Gardener, gardner and herbalist, will be a seminar speaker at the upcoming Northwest Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle in Feb. 7-11. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Garden party theme celebrates 30th Northwest flower show

A number of local gardening experts will be at this year’s Northwest Flower Garden Festival.

EagleSong-Gardener, gardner and herbalist, will be a seminar speaker at the upcoming Northwest Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle in Feb. 7-11. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Originally constructed in 1911, the Marysville Opera House has been gaining popularity after opening its doors in March 2016 following a remodel. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

City of Marysville purchases historic downtown Opera House

The building ties into plans to redevelop the south end of town around the waterfront.

Originally constructed in 1911, the Marysville Opera House has been gaining popularity after opening its doors in March 2016 following a remodel. (Ian Terry / Herald file)