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He’s accused of firing toward first responders after they were called to his house last month.
2 presentations spotlighted everything from drugs to measles.
Kinder Smoots runs Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries. The nonprofit serves more than 2,200 people.
Gregory Normand, who used his position as treasurer to cut himself checks, was sentenced to 1½ years in prison.
Officials last year declared the opioid crisis an emergency on par with a natural disaster.
“I have been waiting for this,” the man allegedly said before barricading himself inside with 3 kids.
This isn’t a popular time of year, but it might be smart to get pre-qualified and start looking.
The city council hopes to adopt the area’s master blueprint for job creation. The hearing is at 7 p.m.
Speed limit and school zone signs near the Tulalip Campus now share a pole.
She allegedly said her husband lived elsewhere, and didn’t report their nearly $8K per month income.
Mary Swenson helped put together the first celebration. She leads the parade on Saturday.
A young woman scuffled with Marysville police at an apartment building on Thanksgiving.
Marysville TOPS Chapter WA 1116 donated nearly 400 pounds of food for the Thanksgiving holiday to the Marysville Salvation Army and Marysville Community Food Bank.… Continue reading
The building on Hewitt Avenue opened in 1906. The vault was owned by Marysville’s first mayor.
Tina Podlodowski is facing a challenge from Jason Call, who is pushing for a more progressive agenda.
Police responded to the mental health incident at an apartment complex early Friday morning.
The fire marshal came up with guidelines in lieu of fire sprinklers.
Vincent Martinez, 16, asked strangers to donate to kids in need. He was overwhelmed with generosity.
Saturday is a big deal for small businesses. Free hot cocoa. No stress or shopping cart rage.
Kellogg Marsh Elementary students talked to us about Thanksgiving plans and what the holiday means.