Marysville

She’s 101 and bowled a 159 before coronavirus shut the lanes

Carol Perry can’t celebrate her 102nd birthday bowling Tuesday. But maybe her kids will get her a Wii.

Man accused in 100 mph chase: He was teaching a dog to drive

Troopers chased his car from Marysville to Arlington — then onto the Centennial Trail.

Man dies, another hospitalized after house fire in Marysville

Firefighters don’t believe the home on 72nd Drive Northeast had any working smoke alarms.

2-week cruise led to 4-week quarantine for Marysville woman

Susan Anabel was trapped on a cruise ship with 3,700 people, 4,800 miles from home.

Oliver Gonzalez (left) in for a tasting talks with Mara Funk Sunday afternoon at JP Trodden in Maltby on October 6, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Breweries redouble cleaning regimens amid viral outbreak

Cleanliness is a big part of the beer-making process, and that’s more true than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Oliver Gonzalez (left) in for a tasting talks with Mara Funk Sunday afternoon at JP Trodden in Maltby on October 6, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

30 years after ADA law, Marysville makes accessibility plan

Of the 4,100 locations for a curb ramp, 1,000 don’t have one and 700 don’t meet ADA standards.

Four people hurt after SUV hit by train in Marysville

The vehicle and Amtrak passenger train collided Saturday night in the 1300 block of 8th Street.

Teens make history with first Black Student Union

It’s a new club at Marysville Pilchuck, where members have shared biographies for Black History Month.

Double entendres abound in Red Curtain Foundation’s ‘Earnest’

Oscar Wilde’s satire of Victorian social mores shows from Feb. 28 to March 15 at the Marysville theater.

Is a little order in order at a busy on-ramp near Tulalip?

A reader’s question resurfaced an old request for meter signals on 88th Street NE to southbound I-5.

Marysville junior hopes to be first in family to college

Spencer Sawyer, 17, believes in pushing herself. She’s already working on university applications.

She died from Smokey Point hospital’s neglect, lawsuit says

Staff at the psychiatric hospital failed to care for Rosemary Torgesen, 78, a new complaint alleges.

Marysville woman stuck on coronavirus-quarantined cruise ship

And a couple from Orcas Island is confined to a different ship that’s being refused entry to ports.

Bond ballot measures are failing in several school districts

Many levies are falling short, too, as nine districts Tuesday sought supplemental funding from voters.

Sherman, a 3-year-old Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever, will compete at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City tonight. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Hot dog! Sherman tries to make it big at Westminster show

Look for Marysville native Danielle Winship, 28, and her red-furred retriever at the New York event.

Sherman, a 3-year-old Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever, will compete at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City tonight. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Is it legal for a vehicle to be longer than its parking spot?

Yes. No. Maybe. Kind of. Sort of. It depends if traffic can move safely behind it.

Paralyzed since age 26, he won sports medals and lived to 80

Ken Johnson kept his zest for life. “I always wanted to see what was around the bend the next day.”

Marysville schools seek $120 million in Tuesday’s election

The capital levy would replace Cascade and Liberty elementaries, both built nearly 70 years ago.

Murder case of husband of former Marysville principal on hold

Kevin Heimsoth is in the hospital recovering from self-inflicted gunshot wounds.

When other lights are red, what’s a flashing yellow arrow mean?

In Marysville’s busy and growing 116th Street NE area, a left-turn signal caused some confusion.

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