Marysville

Strawberry Festival hosts open house at new digs Oct. 25

Maryfest is running a membership drive to recruit more people to join the festival.

District 38 candidates focused on mental health, addiction

Neither person challenging Democratic incumbents in the House and Senate has held public office.

Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low

There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.

In Uniform for Oct. 22, 2018

A collection of news and events about and for active duty military and veterans.

Jared A. Evans helped a friend to rob a man of about $7,000 in casino winnings. The man was shot in the head and did not survive. (Caleb Hutton / Herald file)

One of four defendants pleads guilty in Marysville shooting

Three others are charged with first-degree murder and are facing trial in January.

Jared A. Evans helped a friend to rob a man of about $7,000 in casino winnings. The man was shot in the head and did not survive. (Caleb Hutton / Herald file)
Overlook at Riverfront is the new housing development in Everett. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

The US Census wants to count you — and put you to work

The government is hiring now for the 2020 tally. Most jobs are home-based with flexible hours.

Overlook at Riverfront is the new housing development in Everett. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Legal community rallies behind a challenger in judicial race

Sitting judges usually face no opposition, but this year’s race in Cascade District Court is different.

Man, 61, who suddenly gunned down a stranger gets 19 years

Wayne Alpert had mental-health issues. The sentence disappointed family and friends of the victim.

Mark Harmsworth tries to hold political battleground for GOP

Democrat Jared Mead opposes the Republican state House rep on roads, mass transit and schools.

At Marysville Getchell High, School Resource Officers Chris Sutherland, right, and Jeremy Wood pose for a photo on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Cops share stories of trauma to encourage others to get help

The two Marysville school resource officers draw on their personal PTSD experiences.

At Marysville Getchell High, School Resource Officers Chris Sutherland, right, and Jeremy Wood pose for a photo on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

DUI suspect in serious crash had been arrested days earlier

The Marysville man, 27, was out on $10,000 bond. He also had a suspended license.

Goal is 20,000 jobs by 2040 in Arlington-Marysville center

A public meeting is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday to discuss a big plan for industrial growth.

When a police dog arrived, arson suspect turns himself in

The detached garage, which had a car inside, was declared a total loss. Damage could reach $100,000.

Open house set for Arlington-Marysville industrial center

The two cities will share their plans and listen to feedback at the event on Wednesday.

Boy Scout rehabilitates disc golf sign for Eagle project

Boy Scout Kevin Mulvaney coordinated a volunteer effort to rebuild a park sign for the Lake Stevens Disc Golf Course as part of a project… Continue reading

Woman pushing SUV on I-5 hospitalized after being hit by car

She and a man were pushing the SUV on I-5 near Marysville when a car hit them.

Boy Scout builds bat houses for Eagle project

Boy Scout Colton Johnson rallied volunteers to build and install eight bat houses on the park grounds of the Stillaguamish Valley Historical Museum in Arlington… Continue reading

Boy Scout helps food bank for Eagle project

Boy Scout RJ Ustaris led three projects in support of the Marysville Community Food Bank as part of his work to earn the Eagle Scout… Continue reading

Concessions and cookies: Volunteer honored by Marysville

Kim Shumway was honored Sept. 24 by Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring as the city’s Volunteer of the Month. Shumway is the concessions manager for the… Continue reading

Drivers in fatal Highway 9 collision identified

Michael A. Bourasaw, 20, ran a stop sign and crashed into Kenneth P. Creamer, 55. Both died.