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Jack Softcheck is considering a career as a medical doctor, but his love of music is a strong lure.
The settlement ends Dennis Taylor’s lawsuit against a former mayor and a former city administrator.
Bernarda Pineda, a Marysville resident since 2011, fled impoverished and dangerous Honduras 12 years ago.
The contract was a point of contention during a time of upheaval for the school district board.
At a student-led rally to fight gun violence, one senior nearing graduation said she’s “almost safe.”
About $1.3 million of the funds would go toward upgrades at Camp Killoqua near Stanwood.
2 Bits and More, an indoor flea market and variety store in Arlington, was destroyed in 2016.
It would incorporate multiple energy technologies and provide backup in emergencies.
The proposed plant in the heart of the city would have taken in waste from private septic systems.
More than $2 million of work, to create 2.6 miles of paths, is planned this year.
The documentary aims to capture the sounds and shared joy of Voices of the Village.
Expect slightly warmer weather the rest of the week, with rain showers.
More than 135,000 ballots were cast, a turnout of about 31 percent.
The slick conditions made for some snarled commutes Thursday, and could do the same later.
A year after a fireworks ban took effect, a survey is asking residents to share their thoughts.
Civic center, with a City Hall, a public plaza, a community room and a parking lot are in the works.
The plan is for high school students, working with construction pros, to help build the cabins.
The existing facility is in a city-owned building on property that is slated to be redeveloped.
More than 2,000 attended the annual Interhigh at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
“But I think we have to take a look at ourselves also,” says one superintendent.