Marysville

A stolen Seattle Police Department rifle after it was unearthed in Marysville. (Marysville Police Department) 20210603

Stolen Seattle police rifle found buried in Marysville yard

The semiautomatic gun was looted from a Seattle police vehicle on May 30, 2020, according to police.

A stolen Seattle Police Department rifle after it was unearthed in Marysville. (Marysville Police Department) 20210603

A cash payment for teacher retention draws auditor’s interest

Marysville gave $400 to each of its teachers. Auditors said the district didn’t make clear why.

A moment of silence is observed by those gathered in Lundeen Park in Lake Stevens to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Taken May 25, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Remembering George Floyd

People gathered in Lake Stevens to mark one year since a death that changed the conversation in America.

A moment of silence is observed by those gathered in Lundeen Park in Lake Stevens to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of George Floyd. Taken May 25, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Beverly Bowers, right, and daughter Lea Alejandro on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in Everett, Wash. They fear for Bowers' son, who lives on the streets. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

With her son on the streets, a mother’s heart is breaking

“It’s not for the lack of us trying,” says the young man’s sister. Their hope is for new supportive housing.

Beverly Bowers, right, and daughter Lea Alejandro on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in Everett, Wash. They fear for Bowers' son, who lives on the streets. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Marysville Public Works excavator operator Corey Miller is seen through a window as he demolishes the Ken Baxter Community Center on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 in Marysville, Washington. Removing the Community Center building will make way for an expanded public plaza between Comeford Park and the new Civic Center. The new plaza will include space that can be used for public events such as street fairs, festivals and markets.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Demolition is a sign of Marysville’s civic transformation

The Ken Baxter Community Center was brought down this week to make way for a new city campus.

Marysville Public Works excavator operator Corey Miller is seen through a window as he demolishes the Ken Baxter Community Center on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 in Marysville, Washington. Removing the Community Center building will make way for an expanded public plaza between Comeford Park and the new Civic Center. The new plaza will include space that can be used for public events such as street fairs, festivals and markets.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Man faces many charges in 80-mile, 110-mph, wrong-way chase

The state patrol suspects he was on drugs when he was arrested in Marysville. A toxicology test was pending.

NorthPoint Development plans to construct nine industrial buildings at this site at the Cascade Industrial Center. (City of Marysville) 20210518

9 massive buildings planned at Cascade Industrial Center

NorthPoint Development plans to invest $400 million, and then some, in a business park that spans Marysville and Arlington.

NorthPoint Development plans to construct nine industrial buildings at this site at the Cascade Industrial Center. (City of Marysville) 20210518
Ron Detrick teaches his geometry class Wednesday morning at Lakewood Middle School in Marysville on May 12, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

For real, these Lakewood pupils are back in class full time

Elementary and middle school students are getting in-person instruction five days a week.

Ron Detrick teaches his geometry class Wednesday morning at Lakewood Middle School in Marysville on May 12, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
The design concept for the public plaza outside the Marysville's new civic center set to debut in spring 2022. (City of Marysville)

Former community hub in Marysville set for demolition

Built in 1949, the Ken Baxter Community Center will be removed to make way for the new civic center.

The design concept for the public plaza outside the Marysville's new civic center set to debut in spring 2022. (City of Marysville)

Pedestrian hit, killed by train in Marysville

Roads were closed as police investigated the scene on 88th Street NE and State Avenue.

Mae Tomita (left) celebrates with Richard Steele after picking up a spare in the first frame Wednesday afternoon at Strawberry Lanes in Marysville on May 5, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Plenty of spares, strikes on Lake Stevens woman’s 100th birthday

Mae Tomita bowls by muscle memory. She can’t see how many pins are left standing. Often, it’s zero.

Mae Tomita (left) celebrates with Richard Steele after picking up a spare in the first frame Wednesday afternoon at Strawberry Lanes in Marysville on May 5, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Firefighters extinguished this fire in North Marysville, off 51st, shortly after 5am today, but unfortunately the home is a total loss. (Marysville Fire District)

Fire in north Marysville displaces 8, kills at least 3 pets

No people were injured in the fire early morning Thursday. It’s not clear yet how it started.

Firefighters extinguished this fire in North Marysville, off 51st, shortly after 5am today, but unfortunately the home is a total loss. (Marysville Fire District)

Marysville toddler seriously injured in fall from window

The accident prompted a reminder by authorities that window screens cannot prevent a child from falling.

Inslee signs law regulating use of Native-American mascots

House Bill 1356 bans appropriated mascots and symbols in schools unless tribes give permission.

Applications sought for vacancy on Marysville School Board

Pete Lundberg has left the District 3 post for personal reasons, the district said.

Gus Underfoot hangs a Black Lives Matter flag underneath the Marysville School District sign during a protest on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in Marysville, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Marysville teachers vote ‘no confidence’ in their school board

The union vote came after racist threats against students. The board this week condemned racism.

Gus Underfoot hangs a Black Lives Matter flag underneath the Marysville School District sign during a protest on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in Marysville, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
The beer is flowing again at Snohomish County breweries as COVID-19 restrictions ease. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Drink This: Raise a pint to breweries that survived COVID-19

The Herald’s beer aficionado enjoyed a beer crawl from Everett’s At Large Brewing to 5 Rights in Marysville.

The beer is flowing again at Snohomish County breweries as COVID-19 restrictions ease. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Marysville police investigating gunshots that injured man

The Marysville man, 62, suffered a wound to his left knee and was treated at a hospital.

Project Roxy is a proposed 2.8 million square foot distribution center that would be built on a 75-acre parcel at the Cascade Industrial Center. The rendering depicts the proposed project at 4620 172nd Street in Arlington from a northwest perspective.

1,000 jobs: Amazon to open distribution center in Arlington

The company is the tenant behind Project Roxy, a $355 million building at the Cascade Industrial Center.

Project Roxy is a proposed 2.8 million square foot distribution center that would be built on a 75-acre parcel at the Cascade Industrial Center. The rendering depicts the proposed project at 4620 172nd Street in Arlington from a northwest perspective.
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