Marysville

No changes any time soon for ‘busy’ Marysville intersection

A reader asked if a roundabout is planned at 67th Avenue NE and 108th Street NE. The city says no.

 

Peggy Jahn recovered from COVID-19, spending three weeks on a ventilator, and now walks 10,000 steps a day at her home on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021 in Marysville, Washington. Jahn was one of Snohomish County’s early cases. Admitted March 14, she spent 42 days at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Once on a ventilator, she’s testament to life after COVID

Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.

 

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.

Arlington leaders won’t say if Amazon is behind huge project

Officials say they’re under a non-disclosure pact until permits are issued for a five-story, $355 million project.

 

Cece Stafford arranges stock Wednesday afternoon at Alchemy Health in Alderwood Mall on December 16, 2020. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Score some flower at the mall? New CBD store is buzzing

CBD lotions and potions are touted to treat pain, insomnia and anxiety. Owner: “We’re not a pot shop.”

Cece Stafford arranges stock Wednesday afternoon at Alchemy Health in Alderwood Mall on December 16, 2020. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Marysville teen’s dying words lead to arrests of 2 boys

Andre Hofland, 17, was shot and killed in a robbery. Two Marysville teens were arrested for investigation of murder.

Part of State Avenue to close for road work starting Monday

A quarter-mile stretch is set to close for two weeks as crews install sewer lines near Quilceda Creek.

Boy, 17, dies from gunshot wound in Marysville

Two Marysville teens were arrested Wednesday for investigation of second-degree murder.

A large flock of ducks fly above the recently restored wetland area of Smith Island along Union Slough on Thursday, April 11, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Hunting season, new trail access open on island near Everett

New parking on Smith Island is now available, along with an annual waterfowl hunting season.

A large flock of ducks fly above the recently restored wetland area of Smith Island along Union Slough on Thursday, April 11, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Wearing a mask and face shield, Honeycomb Salon owner Julia Barbee, styles Gail Linnick's hair in her studio at Sola Studios, on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020 in Mill Creek, Wa.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

‘No more pretty hair or feet’: Your top 2020 What’s Up? stories

Hoarding, Grouchy Chef, HGTV, TP and Starbucks cups also are among our readers’ favorites.

Wearing a mask and face shield, Honeycomb Salon owner Julia Barbee, styles Gail Linnick's hair in her studio at Sola Studios, on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020 in Mill Creek, Wa.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Firefighters extinguished this fire that ripped through a BNSF building off 1st Street in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)

Fire district: Marysville building torched on purpose

The BNSF structure off First Street caught fire Monday morning, reportedly intentionally.

Firefighters extinguished this fire that ripped through a BNSF building off 1st Street in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)
Federal agents seized many pounds of meth and heroin, along with thousands of suspected fentanyl pills, at a 10-acre property east of Arlington in mid-December 2020. (U.S. Attorney's Office) 20201223

Bust nets 247 pounds of meth, golden gun and blind rapper

A muddy 10-acre property east of Arlington was the base of a violent drug ring spanning the West Coast, new charges say.

Federal agents seized many pounds of meth and heroin, along with thousands of suspected fentanyl pills, at a 10-acre property east of Arlington in mid-December 2020. (U.S. Attorney's Office) 20201223
Callie Fosie, 11, talks to Santa Claus about seeing him in her house a few Christmases ago during the socially distanced meet up hosted by Maryfest on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Santa brings socially distanced cheer to kids in Marysville

Families are invited to take Christmas photos this weekend as part of a scholarship fundraiser.

Callie Fosie, 11, talks to Santa Claus about seeing him in her house a few Christmases ago during the socially distanced meet up hosted by Maryfest on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Volunteer Kevin Boldt and Jennifer Chapman direct shopping carts full of food outside at the Marysville Community Food Bank on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 in Marysville, Washington.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish County food banks fill stomaches, hearts

“It’s a lot of people to feed.” Community food banks prepare to supplement needs this holiday season.

Volunteer Kevin Boldt and Jennifer Chapman direct shopping carts full of food outside at the Marysville Community Food Bank on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 in Marysville, Washington.  (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Christmas lights decorate a home in Arlington and throughout Snohomish County and are listed online via Facebook.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This map’s your guide to Christmas cheer in Snohomish County

An Arlington woman has created an online map of where to find the brightest lights and decorations.

Christmas lights decorate a home in Arlington and throughout Snohomish County and are listed online via Facebook.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Zachary Kier appeared in a jail courtroom Nov. 18, 2019, three months after a hit-and-run crash seriously injured a man and a woman in Marysville. (Caleb Hutton / Herald file)

Man sentenced in Marysville crash that severely injured 4

On the run from cops, Zachary Kier left others screaming in the wreckage. Now he’s going to prison.

Zachary Kier appeared in a jail courtroom Nov. 18, 2019, three months after a hit-and-run crash seriously injured a man and a woman in Marysville. (Caleb Hutton / Herald file)

Police: Man seeking Bothell minors fooled twice by detective

The Arlington sex offender allegedly tried to meet up with teenage girls. Both times he was talking with the same cop.

A three-car accident Saturday on Highway 9 left one person serious injured. (Washington State Patrol)

One seriously injured in three-car crash on Highway 9

The injured person was unconscious when first responders arrived. The road near Getchell was closed.

A three-car accident Saturday on Highway 9 left one person serious injured. (Washington State Patrol)

Santa Claus is coming to town, despite the coronavirus

He’ll follow social distancing. In one setting, children are invited to “call out” their wishes.

Members of the Marysville resue team, Matt Campbell (left) and Tobin McGowan string lights on the Marysville water towner Friday November 20, 2020. Holiday lights have been a tradition for decades, but last year the city skipped it because the tower needed repairs. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

After dark year, Marysville tower lights up for the holidays

Last year the water tower was not illuminated, breaking a nearly quarter century-long tradition.

Members of the Marysville resue team, Matt Campbell (left) and Tobin McGowan string lights on the Marysville water towner Friday November 20, 2020. Holiday lights have been a tradition for decades, but last year the city skipped it because the tower needed repairs. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
The City of Marysville is finalizing its self evaluation and Americans with Disabilities Act transition plan to address accessibility issues in its right of ways. That could mean more to-standard curb ramps and other features. (Ben Watanabe / The Herald)

Where does Marysville need to improve accessibility?

The city’s draft ADA Transition Plan identifies hundreds of deficient locations. Comment ends soon.

The City of Marysville is finalizing its self evaluation and Americans with Disabilities Act transition plan to address accessibility issues in its right of ways. That could mean more to-standard curb ramps and other features. (Ben Watanabe / The Herald)
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