Marysville

A family tried to lift man out of homelessness, when he died

Joshua Fredericksen, 45, died outside a Fred Meyer on Monday. He’d been unsheltered for 15-plus years.

 

This play promises to be the ‘Best Christmas Pageant Ever’

The Red Curtain theater in Marysville says the show could be your new family holiday tradition.

 

Hilton Pharmacy & Gifts owner Mary Kirkland takes a call at the front counter of her drugstore Monday. Her great-grandfather bought the store 100 years ago this month. Kirkland, a pharmacist, has owned the business since 1984. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

At 100, Hilton Pharmacy is festive and still in the family

Marysville drugstore was purchased in December 1919 by a farmer, former coal miner and father of 11.

 

Marysville water tower won’t light up this holiday season

For years the city landmark has been illuminated for the winter months, but now it’s too dangerous.

Church youth leader from Marysville charged with molestation

Kyle Brown served at Marysville First Assembly Assembly where he allegedly abused a child for years.

Marysville sports fan turns his garage into a game room

With its pool table, shuffle board and soda fountain, Josh Whall’s room is the family’s gathering place.

A crowd of about 50 people attended the dedication ceremony for the AIDS Memorial of Snohomish County in December 2005. A World AIDS Day event is scheduled for 2 p.m Sunday at the memorial, located west of the Mission Building on the Snohomish County Campus. (Herald file photo by Michael O’Leary 12/01/05)

World AIDS Day event: sad memories and a prevention message

Marysville woman has lived with HIV since 1993. She shares her story of survival through medications.

A crowd of about 50 people attended the dedication ceremony for the AIDS Memorial of Snohomish County in December 2005. A World AIDS Day event is scheduled for 2 p.m Sunday at the memorial, located west of the Mission Building on the Snohomish County Campus. (Herald file photo by Michael O’Leary 12/01/05)

State delays funding for local projects in the wake of I-976

The $30 car-tab measure blows a $451 million hole in the transportation budget.

Port of Everett signs on with new Cascade Industrial Center

“Arlington and Marysville are the future of this county,” a port official says of the economic effort.

Repeat drunken driver, who killed 2, charged with 5th DUI

Brandon Belisle is accused of a 0.20 DUI in Marysville. His reckless driving left two dead in 2006.

On Black Friday, cast a line, don’t stand in one

State officials planted some big hatchery fish in a few lakes to attract people to fall fishing.

New owner has big plans for venerable Marysville Burger Mill

The drive-in has been dishing up fast food since the 1970s, when an Arctic Circle was there.

No charges for Marysville officers in 2018 fatal shooting

Jeffrey Sims moved as if to stab his wife. Police fired at least 20 bullets, killing him.

Kickstarter kitchen helps entrepreneurs take the next step

PNW Commissary Kitchen in Marysville enables food businesses to sell their goods wholesale.

After months, driver caught in Marysville crash that hurt 3

The August wreck left one man in need of 39 surgeries. Months later, Zach Kier is in custody.

Pedestrian who died in Marysville crash Sunday identified

Matthew A. Dick, 45, was struck by a vehicle in the 4900 block of 61st Street.

‘It’s beyond offering a class, it’s healing what was stolen’

Lushootseed is now taught at Marysville Pilchuck. It joins two other schools in the district.

Marysville woman jailed after man shot in Tulalip

Initial reports indicated the 47-year-old shot himself. But people at the scene gave conflicting statements.

Medical examiner: Olympian Jarred Rome died from fentanyl

His mother does not believe the Marysville hometown hero took the drug intentionally.

Edmonds, Lake Stevens and Sultan usher in changes at the top

Edmonds and Lake Stevens voters chose new mayors, as Mukilteans opted against restructuring City Hall.

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