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Those wires happened to be the ones used by 911 dispatchers, but emergency services weren’t affected.
There had been questions about Wayne Alpert’s mental health.
The father grabbed a metal rod and struck his son in the head, too. Both needed medical treatment.
A couple told police they were confronted by intruders in their home who wouldn’t let the woman leave.
Speed may have been a factor, the sheriff’s department said.
She’d been in custody about four days after being arrested on warrants, police said.
Soroptimist International of Marysville held its annual benefit auction, “The Roaring 20’s,” on Oct. 28 and raised over $37,000 to benefit local causes, including a… Continue reading
The land occupied by All Breed Equine Rez-Q is owned by the school district, which plans to sell it.
The cause wasn’t immediately clear.
Why I Love It Here is an occasional series in The Herald. Today’s essay is written by Travis Hots.
Two members of a local swim team are getting their shot on one of the country’s biggest stages. Ava Collinge and Matt King, members of… Continue reading
After the single-vehicle rollover in Marysville, the infant was examined and released from a hospital.
It’s a Roman thing, explains David Samaniego, a junior at Marysville Getchell High School.
Marysville has named Jim Ballew this year’s Grand Marshal of the Merrysville for the Holidays parade, set for Dec. 2. Ballew is the director of… Continue reading
A dog from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office tracked his scent to a truck bed cover of a pickup.
A passenger explained the driver got mad when he lost his wallet in Everett.
A youth football team from Marysville will compete in a California tournament this weekend.
The local youth football team is headed to California as a part of the National Youth Championship.
There was no apparent structural damage to Cascade Elementary School.
The incident was connected to an earlier robbery.