Marysville’s weekly newspaper was first published as “The Leader” in 1891. The plant changed hands and the name changed with an edition published on Feb. 2, 1892. In continuous publication since that date, the Marysville Globe has been serving the businesses and generations of families who call Marysville home.
Marysville is The Globe’s only beat, and your local newspaper strives to bring you the stories that have an impact on you, your family and the area in which you live. The Marysville Globe stands on its promise to keep you informed and is focused on the best reporting to educate, inform, enlighten, edify and illuminate the ongoing story of Marysville. Whether it’s our print edition, our website, or through social media, The Marysville Globe is bringing the community the news it wants, when it wants it.
It is difficult to visualize the conditions that existed in September 1889 when the first issue of The Stillaguamish Times was published. Settlers had made their way up the valley on foot, through the dense forests that covered the land, or by Indian canoe, and reached “The Forks” and the upper valleys. A year after opening The Stillaguamish Times, owner and publisher George Morrill moved his newspaper plant and the paper became The Haller City Times. The press moved again around 1894, but it wasn’t until July 17, 1897 that the newspaper officially became the The Arlington Times. The Times continues to serve the people and business who call Arlington home. While there have been many changes over the decades, our commitment to the community has not changed. We strive every day to bring you the information that’s important to the community.
ages 25 to 54 years
income for Arlington
income for Marysville
Source: U.S. Census: 2014 American Community Survey (5-year)
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Sources: AAM / CAC Consolidated Media Report (Q3, 2017), U.S. Census: 2014 American Community Survey (5-year), 2017 Pulse Research readership survey
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