Marysville

He sings about ignorance, war and greed — and it’s OK to laugh

Roy Zimmerman, a mainstay on left-leaning radio, will perform a one-man show in Marysville.

 

Marysville School District leaders considering change

They are considering shifting from choice to boundary-based enrollment.

 

Marysville summer concert series at Jennings Memorial Park

Local and regional bands are scheduled to play July 13 to Aug. 10, including two kids concerts.

 

Blueberries are in their blood

For more than 50 years, blueberry farming in Marysville has been part of the Schmidt family summers.

Marysville voters to consider sales tax increase

Funds would be used for a new police and jail building, which are to become part of a civic campus.

Fire causes $60K in damage to Marysville house

Investigators suspect flames from a fire pit rekindled after the resident went to bed.

They collected 4,676 bags of trash along 445 miles of road

The team of six Litter Wranglers are back at it this year, responding to trashed county roads.

H’Bion Buonto of Marysville will be one of about 500 people participating in the U.S. naturalization ceremony at the Seattle Center on July 4 after recently passing the U.S. citizenship test. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

She’s becoming a US citizen on Independence Day

After 24 years here, plus hours of studying and a test, H’Bion Buonto is an American.

H’Bion Buonto of Marysville will be one of about 500 people participating in the U.S. naturalization ceremony at the Seattle Center on July 4 after recently passing the U.S. citizenship test. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Driver in wrong-way fatal crash on I-5 has 4 previous DUIs

He was reportedly speeding at more than 100 mph before hitting a car head-on. An Oregon woman died.

Wrong-way driver causes fatal crash on I-5 near Arlington

A Darrington man, 56, was arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide and DUI.

Tulalips: Progress includes a fish-friendly I-5 overpass

Tribal Chairwoman Marie Zackuse discussed the past, present and future in a ‘State of the Tribes’ talk.

Marysville begins construction of First Street bypass

The city earlier this month finalized more than $12 million in financing.

Scholarships carry on baseball star’s memory

The Joey Dettrich Baseball Foundation has awarded $1,500 scholarships to 2018 graduates Sara Johnson (softball) and Conor Bardue (baseball), from Lake Stevens High School; Trever… Continue reading

Woman escapes Marysville home where man barricaded himself

Police say the man allegedly choked the woman unconscious and threatened to kill her.

A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Decision on Marysville Pilchuck, Getchell high schools looms

The School Board will mull a recommended restructuring at its July 16 meeting.

Veterans find hope and healing through Warrior Games

Tim Vaughn, of Marysville, a member of Team Navy, competes as he continues to recover from an assault.

Input sought on future of Marysville’s State Avenue

The goal is to draft a plan by late 2018 and present it to the City Council early next year.

MAP Scholarship winners head off to colleges

On May 24, nearly 150 people attended the YMCA of Snohomish County’s annual My Achievers Program (MAP) Recognition and Scholarship Banquet. Students from all six… Continue reading

Hopelessly behind on credits, he was an unlikely graduate

Through four schools and a military academy, an Arlington teen overcame grief and earned a diploma.