Marysville

They’re our moms and pops, so after the mall, shop small

Saturday is a big deal for small businesses. Free hot cocoa. No stress or shopping cart rage.

Turkey Talk: Marysville kindergartners look forward to feast

Kellogg Marsh Elementary students talked to us about Thanksgiving plans and what the holiday means.

Turkey Talk 2018: Kindergartners talk about Thanksgiving

This year we looked for wisdom at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School in Marysville.

Shopping with heart: Holiday gifts that make a difference

Check out bazaars and craft fairs in Snohomish County that raise money for charitable causes.

Ex-con with violent past arrested after GPS bracelet is cut

Jeff Barth was convicted of kidnapping in the 2002 case of a Marysville woman who was shot to death.

Ex-treasurer charged with theft from MPHS music booster club

Cash started disappearing soon after the woman took over as treasurer last year.

Kathleen Pozarycki, a senior planner with Snohomish County, and Luke Hanna, a biologist with the county’s surface water management division, post a 30-day notice on a sailboat washed up under an I-5 bridge on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 in Everett, Wa. During storms a few weeks ago, the sailboat floated an estimated three miles downstream from where it was first spotted. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Never-ending chore: Removal of sunken, abandoned vessels

Snohomish County is arranging for the removal of seven derelict boats littering Snohomish River sloughs.

Kathleen Pozarycki, a senior planner with Snohomish County, and Luke Hanna, a biologist with the county’s surface water management division, post a 30-day notice on a sailboat washed up under an I-5 bridge on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 in Everett, Wa. During storms a few weeks ago, the sailboat floated an estimated three miles downstream from where it was first spotted. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
People watch fireworks at Boom City in Tulalip. Marysville plans to host a show next Fourt of July. (Sarah Weiser / Herald File)

Fireworks make a brief and controlled comeback in Marysville

The city plans to host a free show on the Fourth of July next year.

People watch fireworks at Boom City in Tulalip. Marysville plans to host a show next Fourt of July. (Sarah Weiser / Herald File)

Jason Thompson named superintendent of Marysville schools

He’s expected to be appointed on Monday. He took over for Becky Berg when she left in May.

4 injured, 2 critically, in rollover crash in Marysville

Firefighters had to cut away parts of the vehicle to remove three of the people.

Marysville man loses suit over arrest at Scorpions concert

The man had claimed police used excessive force and injured him when they removed him from an arena.

MPHS alum takes personal look at public health in Colombia

Marysville Pilchuck High School graduate David Gloyd spent his summer as an intern for Sinergias, a nonprofit organization in Colombia dedicated to serving communities historically… Continue reading

State drops tax-theft charges against Tacos Guaymas owner

The owner of three locations of the Mexican-restaurant chain had been accused of under-reporting sales tax.

Marysville man found dead on Mountain Loop trail

A search and rescue team discovered the 64-year-old man a half-mile away from his vehicle.

Court denies man a third trial in 2002 Burkheimer murder

They found problems with how John Whitaker’s case was handled — but not enough for another re-trial.

Marysville police returned fire in neighborhood shooting

The man is suspected of assault against first responders. No one was hurt.

Emergency crews responded to an incident in a residential area near Shoultes Elementary School. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

‘Miracle’: No one was hurt as the bullets flew in Marysville

A man barricaded in a home eventually surrendered after negotiating with police.

Emergency crews responded to an incident in a residential area near Shoultes Elementary School. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

A painful, hopeful recovery for Lynnwood woman hit on I-5

A man suspected of two DUIs in a week hit Amanda Perry. “He’s going to kill someone,” she said.

Bandleader hopes to “get people shaking their butt a little bit”

The Margaret Wilder Band returns to the Marysville Opera House on Nov. 15.

Armed man arrested, no injuries after Marysville incident

Police say emergency vehicles were struck by gunfire.