Marysville

Community Transit donates vans, buses to nonprofits

Community Transit recently donated 10 vehicles to 12 local community organizations. The vehicles had reached the end of their service life at the agency. Since… Continue reading

Marysville schools send support across state after shooting

“We know Rockford has a long road to recovery ahead,” district officials said.

Something was a little wacky about leis handed out at school

They resembled marijuana to at least one parent of a student at Marysville Pilchuck High.

Motorcyclist critically injured in Marysville after being cut off

A motorcyclist suffered critical injuries in a crash Monday night on State Avenue. The crash happened at 8:40 p.m. near 84th Street NE.… Continue reading

Marysville officer dragged by suspect’s car in arrest scuffle

A Marysville police officer was injured early Monday, when a man fought him as he resisted arrest and then dragged the officer with… Continue reading

Officials: A kick ‘so hard’ to boy’s head likely killed him

A Marysville teen was kicked in the head after he tripped over a log during an Aug. 19 fight, a blow that investigators… Continue reading

Incident at Walmart in Marysville followed by pursuit, crash

A woman who left a Walmart store with a basket full of unpaid merchandise early Sunday morning was injured after the car she… Continue reading

Customers will miss the Balas and Boondockers in Marysville

Shabbir and Ruqayya Bala are immigrants and Muslims, longtime restaurateurs and business owners, proud Americans and parents whose son graduated from the U.S. Military Academy… Continue reading

Judge finds probable cause for arrest of teen in fatal fight

A judge Wednesday found probable cause for the arrest of a 15-year-old in connection with the beating death of another teen. The judge… Continue reading

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EVENTS Free business summit in Marysville The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber is putting on a free small business summit Sept. 14 at the Marysville Opera… Continue reading

Oh, ‘Whateverett’: T-shirts inspired by aloof, drunken sailor

Whatever. The term for indifference or exasperation, often muttered with “Yeah, well” before it, has gone local. Whateverett. What’s up with that? Jillian Ingram, 38,… Continue reading

River journal marks seasons of a remarkable life

Winter, spring, summer and fall, Bill Jaquette puts oars in the water. He glides upriver on the Snohomish at the break of day, often taking… Continue reading

Manslaughter trial opens in death of infant girl

What happened to a 4-month-old girl’s brain and spine is the focus of a manslaughter trial that got under way Wednesday in Snohomish… Continue reading

Officials: Head injuries inflicted during fight caused boy’s death

A Marysville teen died from blunt force injuries to the head, more than a week after a fist fight in the woods, the… Continue reading

16-year-old boy dies a week after fist fight in Marysville

A 16-year-old boy died Monday, about a week after he was in a fist fight with another teen in Marysville. He and another… Continue reading

Everett boy, 16, drowns in lake near Smokey Point

A 16-year-old Everett boy drowned in a lake near Smokey Point on Tuesday. He was swimming at Gissberg Twin Lakes with a… Continue reading

Cops chase, nab 2 after van dives down Marysville embankment

A couple in a red Dodge Caravan allegedly led police on a chase twice in one week, while blasting through red lights and… Continue reading

In Uniform: 364th trains in Talisman Saber

364th trains in Talisman Saber The U.S. Army Reserve’s 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC), headquartered in Marysville, recently supported the 593rd ESC on Joint Base… Continue reading

Vietnam veteran with cancer finds solace in his garden

Jim Mathis thought joining the Marine Corps would make childhood dreams come true. He signed up in 1962, the year he graduated from… Continue reading