While many people are planning their Halloween weekend festivities, the families in Marysville are focused on Monday morning when students return to Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
It’s been three months since the tragic Oso mudslide. Roads have reopened, and many people have returned back to their daily lives, but the town’s volunteer fire chief hasn’t stopped.
President Barack Obama traveled to Oso yesterday to see the area devastated by the tragic mudslide that claimed at least 41 people.
Rain or shine, we have a couple weekend festivals and parades that you will want to get out and enjoy. Spring is here, and while the weather might not show it, these local festivities will get you in a warm and sunny spirit.
The Seattle Mariners are on a winning streak on and off the field. The team has partnered with Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association to donate $225,000 to Oso landslide recovery efforts.
As hundreds continue to search for lost loved ones following the tragic Oso landslide, the community is stepping in to help provide during this great time of need.
Not only is the community pouring in to support the families, friends and loved ones affected by the tragic Oso mudslide, but many businesses are also working hard to put together fundraisers to gather all they can to help.
Tommy, Joe, and Holly would like to thank everyone that came out to the Johnson and Johnson Cookie Drive with Girl Scout troop #43886 .
Hearing a knock at your door? Doorbell ringing as we speak? Well it’s that time of year. Girl Scout cookie time!
Russell Wilson may be a Super Bowl Champion with a busy off season schedule, but the Seahawks quarterback still takes time to help 12th man fans… and their dogs.