Rhetoric roils as election day draws near

Everett’s mayoral contest isn’t the only lively race on the ballot.

Knights donate Coats for Kids

The Knights of Columbus Marysville Council held a Coats for Kids drive to benefit children in the Marysville School District. The group collected over 100… Continue reading

Police shooting that wasn’t: Deputy calms armed confrontation

A woman had called 911. When the deputy arrived, she aimed a revolver at him. But no one got shot.

Babysitter gets 27 months in prison for death of 4-month-old

Unapologetic, Cheyanne Jarrell, 24, denies shaking baby Kailynn Watson and plans to appeal.

24 firefighters battle Marysville garage fire

2 adults and a dog escaped the flames that officials believe was started by an unattended candle.

Challengers seek change for Marysville schools

But two incumbents on the School Board say the district is in good hands.

Marysville’s First Street construction starts Wednesday

Project aimed at treating stormwater before it reaches Ebey Slough is similar to Third Street work.

She sought a divorce and was stabbed more than a dozen times

An estranged Marysville husband allegedly attacked his wife after finding divorce documents.

Community roundup: Youth football team invited to regionals

The Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawk Red 89ers are headed for the big stage.  The Marysville-based youth football team will face some of the best competition in… Continue reading

Marysville man stabs wife, takes her to hospital and flees

The man later was found in his idling car with a hose from exhaust pipe to passenger area.

Man arrested for suspected indecent exposure

Police say he twice approached girls as they walked home from school last week.

Talk of changes at Marysville schools has parents wary

The district has lost more than 1,000 students over the past 10 years.

Firefighters give coats to Liberty first-graders

Marysville Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 3219 on Oct. 12 handed out new winter coats to 80 first-graders at Liberty Elementary School, thanks to a partnership… Continue reading

Getchell social studies teacher is named state’s best

The Washington State Council for the Social Studies named Steven Cross, a social studies teacher at Marysville Getchell High School, its 2016-17 Teacher of the… Continue reading

Bicycle tour raises money for dialysis patients

Volunteers also shared health information and put together care packages for homeless women.

Friend or stranger, Sikhs extend hand to those in need

Sikhs have accepted people of all backgrounds as equals, regardless of race, social class or religion.

Missing Marysville woman found safe out of state

A Marysville senior who was reported missing in March has been found safe. Marysville police announced late Wednesday that detectives had located Aurora… Continue reading

County Council candidates have vastly different experience

Nate Nehring is young but politically anointed. Ray Miller is a civic volunteer and retired social worker.

Majority of Marysville City Council seats are contested

The most closely watched race is between Mark James and Donna Wright.

Lane changes near Marysville Winco plan for future growth

Street Smarts reader Julie Hanner wonders about changes for drivers exiting the Winco shopping complex onto eastbound 116th Street in Marysville. The new intersection configuration… Continue reading