Marysville

Major decision awaits Marysville’s interim superintendent

Jason Thompson has already been immersed in a proposal to restructure the two high schools.

After police arrest dad, boy says this crash wasn’t as bad

The hit-and-run suspect allegedly carried his two sons from the scene near Marysville.

Marysville schools’ acting superintendent to stay until 2019

The search for Becky Berg’s permanent replacement will begin in the fall.

This week’s Herald Super Kid is Jacob Nowlan of Snohomish. Jacob recently became an Eagle Scout. He built a trail near this spot in a meadow at Zion Lutheran School in Lake Stevens, where he attended through his younger days. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Snohomish student overcame debilitating migraines to excel

At the homeschool program Academy Northwest, senior Jacob Nowlan finds himself thriving again.

This week’s Herald Super Kid is Jacob Nowlan of Snohomish. Jacob recently became an Eagle Scout. He built a trail near this spot in a meadow at Zion Lutheran School in Lake Stevens, where he attended through his younger days. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Marysville’s history museum celebrates 1st anniversary

The Marysville Historical Society Museum marks its first year on June 3. Admission is free that day.

‘Square pegs’ avoid ‘round holes’ at online school

Booming enrollment at Washington Connections Academy includes 105 Snohomish County students.

Meet the 118 local students who won Rotary Club scholarships

Combined, the Everett and Marysville clubs helped college-bound students with $338,700 this year.

Bryan and April Fugate hang out in Brian’s parents’ great yard in Marysville with their Italian greyhound, Daisy. Bryan was diagnosed with schizophrenia before the two were married a few years ago. He takes medication and follows a healthy routine to counter his mental illness. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Pair undaunted by ‘terrifying’ diagnosis

Bryan Fugate and his wife, April, are living with — and talking about — his schizophrenia

Bryan and April Fugate hang out in Brian’s parents’ great yard in Marysville with their Italian greyhound, Daisy. Bryan was diagnosed with schizophrenia before the two were married a few years ago. He takes medication and follows a healthy routine to counter his mental illness. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

3 suspects identified after suspicious fires at Marysville school

They were caught on security cameras at Pinewood Elementary.

Man struck in Marysville after reportedly lying in road

He suffered life-threatening injuries after a vehicle hit him early Wednesday morning.

Marysville superintendent stepping down amid high praise

Her decision follows a lengthy medical leave, which gave her a “renewed perspective” on life.

Marysville mayor gives hearty thanks to school lunch ladies

Hearty thanks for lunch ladies Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring honored Renee Bigwarfe and Betty Wright as Volunteers of the Month at the April 23 Marysville… Continue reading

This serious I-5 crash at a work zone serves as a warning

A semi truck was following too close, the State Patrol said, which is a dangerous practice anywhere.

House fire displaces three in Marysville

Firefighters believe the flames started in the garage and spread to the attic.

Searching for adventure? Marysville native knows where to look

“Finding Adventure” is the next Marysville’s Outdoor Adventure Speaker Series presentation.

First-generation Americans named Washington World Fellows

Two sophomores at Marysville Pilchuck and Snohomish high schools get six-weeks to study in Spain.

Correctional workers receive state awards

Five state corrections employees working in Snohomish County received awards from the Washington State Department of Corrections at an April 20 ceremony held in Tumwater.… Continue reading

Seagulls are Navy Junior ROTC champs

Navy Junior ROTC cadets from Everett and Marysville competed in the Northwest NJROTC Drill, Academic and Athletic Championships, held April 21 in University Place. The… Continue reading