Marysville

A tribute that’s more than skin deep

Thomas Resch had his late mom’s heartbeat and last note to him tattooed on his chest.

EagleSong-Gardener, gardner and herbalist, will be a seminar speaker at the upcoming Northwest Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle in Feb. 7-11. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Garden party theme celebrates 30th Northwest flower show

A number of local gardening experts will be at this year’s Northwest Flower Garden Festival.

EagleSong-Gardener, gardner and herbalist, will be a seminar speaker at the upcoming Northwest Flower and Garden Festival in Seattle in Feb. 7-11. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Originally constructed in 1911, the Marysville Opera House has been gaining popularity after opening its doors in March 2016 following a remodel. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

City of Marysville purchases historic downtown Opera House

The building ties into plans to redevelop the south end of town around the waterfront.

Originally constructed in 1911, the Marysville Opera House has been gaining popularity after opening its doors in March 2016 following a remodel. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

State settles ‘dangerous waste’ case with Marysville tannery

Quil Ceda Tanning Co. has agreed to pay a reduced fine of $80,000.

Blind rapper gets 2 years for being a felon with a firearm

Wayne Frisby was taken into custody Jan. 4 after failing to show up for sentencing in late September.

Her school’s tragedy set her on a course to become a nurse

Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe decided she wants to be an emergency room nurse.

Copper wires and a garbage bag stuffed with bolt cutters were recovered by police last month, when a Lynnwood man, 30, was caught stealing from a 911 radio tower in Marysville, according to charging papers. (Courtesy of Snohomish County Emergency Radio System)

911 tower again a target of copper-wire theft

A Lynnwood man is arrested and charged after being spotted by security cameras.

Copper wires and a garbage bag stuffed with bolt cutters were recovered by police last month, when a Lynnwood man, 30, was caught stealing from a 911 radio tower in Marysville, according to charging papers. (Courtesy of Snohomish County Emergency Radio System)

Motorcylist who died after collision identified

Timothy D. Rich, of North Bend, died of blunt force injuries.

Y gets moving for Puerto Rico

The YMCA of Snohomish County hosted a community Zumbathon on Jan. 13 and raised $2,000 for the YMCAs in Puerto Rico. More than 75 people… Continue reading

Brief lockdown at Marysville school lifted

A suspect was taken into custody near Sunnyside Elementary.

Red Curtain’s ‘Body Awareness,’ a dark comedy, makes you think

The play touches on issues such as sexuality, infidelity, body image, nudity in art and censorship.

‘It all went south from there’: They all have a story to tell

Volunteers for the annual Point-in-Time Count of homeless people “try to give them a little love.”

Police seek witnesses to Marysville hit-and-run

A Seattle man suffered broken bones in the accident.

Suspect: Marysville church fire ignited by burning shoelaces

The 21-year-old told police it was an accident, but he’s under investigation for second-degree arson.

Food stuffs for a local chapter of A Simple Gesture at Fitness Evolution, the communal pick-up point, in Arlington on Jan. 12. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

There’s an easier way to donate to food banks

Grab a green bag, fill it gradually with grocery items — and someone will pick it up from your home.

Food stuffs for a local chapter of A Simple Gesture at Fitness Evolution, the communal pick-up point, in Arlington on Jan. 12. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

At one point she dropped out; now she’s graduation-bound

Anita Bradford-Diaz has had her share of setbacks, but they only seem to increase her motivation.

With an immigrant’s help, kids reach out to Filipino children

Marysville students drew and sent portraits. Thanks to a video, they got to see the reaction.

Marysville quits fire-department merger talks

Mayor Jon Nehring notified Arlington of the decision in a letter dated Jan. 10.

Skippers share sea stories at Marysville speaker series

The Bellingham couple will talk about charter cruises on the historic wooden vessel they rebuilt.