Marysville

Hear the dramatic stories behind the storm of the century

A historian tells the dramatic story of the Columbia Day Storm, which walloped the Northwest on Oct. 12, 1962.

 

Highway projects wrapping up; some will carry over to 2020

Also: An update on Highway 99 tolling, and expect to see more electric buses in Everett.

 

Motorycle rider in her 70s dies in crash west of Marysville

Detectives are investigating. No other vehicles were involved.

 

After years of work, Tara Mizell is Marysville parks leader

She has taken over following long-time director Jim Ballew’s retirement.

Man sentenced to 10 years for running over, killing stepmom

Tyler Nelson, 33, admitted to vehicular homicide in the death of Debra Sue Nelson, 53, of Marysville.

Man dies after exchange of gunfire north of Marysville

The 37-year-old Everett man was shot in the chest. He later died at the hospital.

New I-5 lane coming between Everett and Marysville

The northbound lane will be for carpools and is expected to open by the end of 2022.

Two men injured in exchange of gunfire north of Marysville

One man suffered a life-threatening gunshout wound to the chest. The other was hit in the arm.

Marysville Getchell senior hopes to become a ‘top executive’

Joseph Ecolango, 17, is a leader in the FBLA club. He also enjoys the arts, history and languages.

Marysville family was ‘very fortunate’ to survive house fire

Their mobile home didn’t have working smoke alarms, but a mother sensed danger around 4 a.m.

Port’s new director looks ahead to ongoing waterfront revival

Lisa Lefeber says she’ll help build “a balanced waterfront” with jobs, Navy operations and recreation.

Marysville Police dog finds suspect under parked car

After Washington State Patrol troopers pursued alleged driver on I-5, the car exited in Marysville.

Two people suffer serious injuries after crashing into tree

The truck they were in collided head-on with a tree on 140th Street NW, north of Tulalip.

Marysville man accused of beating woman has violent history

The Marysville man has a long track record. In 2014, he slipped out of jail after Bible study.

A window in Saint Joseph’s House was made with pieces of broken glass and placed over the existing window by the clothing bank’s founder, Lenora Bruce. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Saint Joseph’s House has clothed people in need since 2006

Lenora Bruce, a single mother of six whose family was once helped, founded the Marysville nonprofit.

A window in Saint Joseph’s House was made with pieces of broken glass and placed over the existing window by the clothing bank’s founder, Lenora Bruce. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Cause of Jarred Rome’s death likely won’t be known for weeks

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy Monday

Gallery: Discus thrower Jarred Rome in competition, trials

The two-time Olympic from Marysville athlete had a long career representing the USA. He died at 42.

Marysville Olympian, honored Wednesday, found dead at 42

Jarred Rome was in town for his induction into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame.

Caught: Marysville man accused of severely beating ex-girlfriend

Rhyan Vasquez, 24, has a history of violence. Police say he brutally attacked his girlfriend at her home.

Spending on hold in Marysville until enrollment is known

The school district braced for fewer students, but initial numbers were lower than expected.