Marysville

A group of about 20 people from the Tulalip Tribes, including three mothers of victims of the 2014 Marysville High School shooting, marched Saturday in Washington, D.C., to protest gun violence. Deborah Parker, a former vice chairwoman of the tribal board of directors, is holding up a sign. (Deborah Parker photo)

United at D.C. march by their own tragedy here at home

Students, parents and tribal members joined the massive call for action on gun control.

A group of about 20 people from the Tulalip Tribes, including three mothers of victims of the 2014 Marysville High School shooting, marched Saturday in Washington, D.C., to protest gun violence. Deborah Parker, a former vice chairwoman of the tribal board of directors, is holding up a sign. (Deborah Parker photo)

Remains found in Tulalip are those of man missing since 2015

Shawn Bond, 37, was then transient and lived with untreated mental health issues and addiction.

Trooper donates award to food bank

Washington State Patrol Trooper Brian Zillmer, who volunteers at the Marysville Community Food Bank, was recently named a Hometown Hero by KIRO Radio and WSECU,… Continue reading

New state index grades schools’ success

Snohomish County’s alternative high schools and reentry programs are identified as needing high levels of support.

On the trail of the spirit bear

An Everett adventurer sails to northern wilderness islands in search of the rare white bear.

Thousands in Marysville and Everett protest gun violence

Students here have their own horrific memories — of recent mass shootings in Snohomish County.

I-5 repaving project through Marysville coming to a close

Crews are to demolish and replace curb ramps on Highway 528 (Fourth Street) at the I-5 interchange.

Sheriff’s office planning first full-scale search for man

Jacob Hilkin was last seen at a homeless camp. Several attempts to find him proved fruitless.

Students here plan marches, rallies to protest gun violence

Saturday’s events are part of a national effort demanding action from U.S. lawmakers.

Deportation to Honduras delayed for Marysville mom of 3

Thanks to an online fundraising campaign, Bernarda Pineda was able to hire an immigration attorney.

ORCA places third at Orca Bowl

A team from Everett Community College’s Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA) for area high school teens finished third in the annual Orca Bowl, held Feb.… Continue reading

Army Reserve soldiers partner with Marysville school

The U.S. Army Reserve’s 364th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) is partnering with Shoultes Elementary School in Marysville. A signing ceremony was held Feb. 22 at the… Continue reading

New 116th interchange enters final phase

The Tulalip-led project will ease backups at the I-5 overpass.

Jim and Marcia Hashman during a visit to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe in 2014. Jim Hashman, who taught music at Mountlake Terrace High School in the 1980s and ’90s, died Jan. 31, after struggling with ALS for several years. (Herald file)

Despite ALS, he lived his life with joy and purpose

Former Mountlake Terrace High School music teacher Jim Hashman died Jan. 31.

Jim and Marcia Hashman during a visit to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe in 2014. Jim Hashman, who taught music at Mountlake Terrace High School in the 1980s and ’90s, died Jan. 31, after struggling with ALS for several years. (Herald file)

Body of missing Marysville man found in Oregon river

A medical examiner identified Gary Schultz by fingerprints.

Suspect says he figured out how to hack retail gift cards

He stole at least $249,000 from Target alone, say police, who think he’s part of a fraud ring.

Mom gives her $25,000 windfall to Marysville high schools

Among the beneficiaries is the drama club, which gets much-needed audio equipment.

After fast wrong-way chase on I-5: ‘I’m sorry! I’m an idiot!’

The suspect, a convict, was already involved in about a dozen pending felony cases.

Hair of dead stepmother found on undercarriage of car

Prosecutors say her stepson stole her Honda, ran her over near Marysville and fled police.