Marysville

Settlement proposed in bad-smell class action lawsuit

A judge still must approve an agreement between Cedar Grove Composting and Marysville residents.

 

Fifth-grader Frankee Powers walks behind her team’s gravity car as it moves down a hallway at the University of Washington on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 in Seattle, Wa. Students from Marshall Elementary in Marysville built gravity cars as part of a one week engineering program. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Marysville fifth-graders are engineers for a week

They built gravity cars during a week-long stay at the University of Washington.

 

Marysville man honors high school roots at Navy commissioning

U.S. Navy Ensign Leighton Flores recently graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine…

 

Madison Smith paints a stall in the girls room Tuesday afternoon at Crossroads High School in Granite Falls on September 11, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

The writing on the stalls: Students paint messages of hope

Crossroads High School students decorated the school’s restroom stalls with images and quotes.

Madison Smith paints a stall in the girls room Tuesday afternoon at Crossroads High School in Granite Falls on September 11, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Traffic fixes on the way for clogged-up I-5

The state plans to open the northbound shoulder to traffic between Everett and Marysville.

Woman refuses to pull over, tells trooper: ‘I drive a Prius’

The suspect had expired tabs and reportedly refused to stop for about a mile or give her name.

Ex-Marysville Little League leader accused of stealing $70K

He admitted taking league funds after running out of money during vacations, court records show.

Highway 9 roundabout construction delayed until spring

Work was supposed to begin months ago, but additional design work became necessary.

Lynnwood man found guilty in Marysville murder, assault

Wayne Alpert, 61, wandered into an apartment complex and shot a man in 2017.

Sisters Allyea Hernandez, 8, (left) and Amaya, 10, make slime at their home in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This craze has stuck: Sisters in slime make it all the time

Allyea, 8, and Amaya, 10, whip up batches of the gooey gunk that kids love. Teachers, not so much.

Sisters Allyea Hernandez, 8, (left) and Amaya, 10, make slime at their home in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Teens lend a helping hand for young trees, salmon

Twenty high school seniors from Goodwill’s Youth Aerospace Job Training program teamed up with the Adopt A Stream Foundation on Aug. 8 to help maintain… Continue reading

Officials ID the woman found dead in Lake Ki

She was Anneliese K. Grunerud, 46, of Camano Island, the medical examiner confirms.

Marysville authorizes $32 million bond for civic center

The loan covers a new police station, and about half of the other planned city buildings.

Marysville woman spends $25,000 in bank error, pleads guilty

She admitted to draining the cash in three weeks, to feed a drug habit.

The people want education money spent on counseling, advising

A follow-up survey is open now to see how the public would divvy up dollars for education.

Watch your waste stream: Recyclers get picky about trash

China’s decision to stop accepting some material is causing a shift in the U.S. waste industry.

Readers raise safety concerns at busy Smokey Point interchange

Drivers and pedestrians both have issues over who’s got the right of way.

Kaiser Permanente plans to open Smokey Point clinic in 2020

It’s part of a regional expansion plan of the non-profit health-care provider.