Marysville

Marysville home destroyed by fire

There were no injuries after a home burned early Sunday morning in the 6300 block of 35th Street NE.

 

Two suffer life-threatening injuries in Tulalip crash

The collision shut down a stretch of Marine Drive NE near the intersection of 27th Avenue NE.

 

100 Marysville trees will be chopped to help save the salmon

Treetops and roots will be scattered to create micro habitats; the buffer along 529 will disappear.

 

Marysville man gets 5 years for Target gift card fraud ring

Jeffery Mann found a way to predict barcode numbers, and took more than $700,000 from customers.

9 Marysville school buildings deemed seismically vulnerable

A statewide survey also assessed earthquake risk at schools in Darrington and on Whidbey Island.

Many cities and Snohomish County have rules where semi-trucks and RVs can be parked. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Can I park here, and for how long?

Rules of the road for parking oversized vehicles on city and county roads.

Many cities and Snohomish County have rules where semi-trucks and RVs can be parked. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

More than 3,000 calls came into 911 on July 4th

One man lost his hand in an explosion east of Everett.

Snohomish County tourists: Who they are, what they do here

A study shows out-of-state visitors were just 5% of the county’s visitors during this year’s offseason.

Marysville woman a hot dog when it comes to eating

She is competing in Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot-Dog Eating Championships in Coney Island.

Kaboom! Marysville’s Fourth fireworks show a first in decades

Fire agency reports fewer incidents since city’s ban on personal pyrotechnics took effect in 2017.

Follow these tips to prevent fireworks injuries this Fourth

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Coveted designation may spur job growth in north county

It means more transportation funding for a 4,000-acre industrial center in Arlington and Marysville.

Detectives seek tips on I-5 fatal collision near Marysville

Daniel Aquino Indalecio, 22, of Granite Falls, died in the crash on June 22.

Sabrie and Steve Taylor watch their daughters, Oshinaye and Veronika Taylor, play soccer in 2016 for Marysville Getchell High School. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Marysville parents create free, safe space for teens at night

They hope to deter young people from making dangerous choices. The drop-in center opens Saturday.

Sabrie and Steve Taylor watch their daughters, Oshinaye and Veronika Taylor, play soccer in 2016 for Marysville Getchell High School. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

On I-5’s edge, biologists revive a vanishing world for salmon

A pristine island in the sloughs shows why governments are spending millions on tidal marsh habitat.

Last part of State Avenue to be improved starting early 2020

Changes include sidewalks and two more lanes. The work is set to be finished in about three years.

Granite Falls man dies in crash on I-5 south of Marysville

The two-vehicle collision involved a pickup truck that rear-ended a slow-moving sedan.

Wobble, a 27-year-old bison whose home was a pasture between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard, died of natural causes on May 29. Born prematurely, he lived his whole life on Paul and Ruth Brandal’s 70-acre property. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lone bison died where he lived, a Sunnyside Blvd. pasture

He was a landmark. Wobble grew from 26-pound preemie into 1,800-pound beast where a herd once roamed.

Wobble, a 27-year-old bison whose home was a pasture between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard, died of natural causes on May 29. Born prematurely, he lived his whole life on Paul and Ruth Brandal’s 70-acre property. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Construction of Marysville manufacturing building under way

A Kirkland developer has broken ground to build 247,000 square feet for industry or distribution.

Carrie Westvang donated a kidney to her husband Robb in a recent transplant operation. The couple own Locals Espresso stands in Marysville, Stanwood and Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

23 years of marriage, 3 coffee stands, 2 kids — and a kidney

Carrie Westvang was a match for her husband Robb in a March transplant operation.

Carrie Westvang donated a kidney to her husband Robb in a recent transplant operation. The couple own Locals Espresso stands in Marysville, Stanwood and Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)