Marysville

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

Construction starts Monday on new Marysville water main

A $1.18 million project to build a new water main along 83rd Avenue NE begins Monday and is expected to last until early… Continue reading

House burns near Marysville; damage estimated at $200,000

Investigators are looking into the cause of a fire in a Marysville-area home on Thursday. Damage was estimated at $200,000. The fire started… Continue reading

Police confiscate guns, drugs, cash at property near Arlington

Police recovered 13 guns, drugs and more than $9,100 in cash Monday from a property near Arlington. Detectives served a search warrant on… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading

Woman says armed highway robbers took her casino winnings

An Arlington woman who was driving home from the Tulalip Resort Casino early Friday reported being robbed of her winnings at gunpoint. Police… Continue reading

Marysville Pilchuck grad says tech can improve the world

Loren Anderson recently graduated as one of four valedictorians at Marysville Pilchuck High School. He is off soon to Gonzaga University in Spokane.… Continue reading

More than s’mores: Camp Fire celebrates 100 years

On a grassy field near the lake, staff and counselors greet each other with camp names — “Frog” or “Disney” — while campers… Continue reading

This elite Lake Stevens athlete competes in combat boots

Sgt. Grant Reimers, of Lake Stevens, was named the Army Guard’s Soldier of the Year after winning the 2017 Army National Guard… Continue reading

Marysville crash that closed I-5 began as rear-end collision

A wreck that sent a man to the hospital Wednesday started with a rear-end collision along I-5 in Marysville. The man was driving… Continue reading

Program in Marysville finds jobs for people with disabilities

Ryan Outsen made perfect mounds of frozen yogurt toppings as he refilled bins between customers. He used a black scoop to place each… Continue reading

That 10-mile I-5 traffic jam was due to crash in Marysville

A driver was seriously injured after a passenger car and two semi-trucks collided on I-5 in Marysville on Wednesday. The collision happened just… Continue reading

Overnight closures of Highway 529 into Marysville next week

Overnight drivers who use the Highway 529 Ebey Slough bridge in Marysville should plan ahead for delays next week as state bridge, maintenance… Continue reading

Marysville groups pool efforts to ‘Stuff the Bus’ for students

There are no big yellow vehicles involved in the local “Stuff the Bus” campaign. Instead, there are bins all over town where people… Continue reading

Other races: Fire district commissioner survives gaffe

Incumbent David Chan was dominating in the race for commissioner in Snohomish County Fire District 1, with early… Continue reading

Shortage of bus drivers has school districts scrambling

Three school bus drivers in training had their first day behind the wheel Thursday. They adjusted mirrors and seats. Instructor Jennifer Lagadinos guided… Continue reading