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GLOBE THE MARYSVILLE SPORTS: Tommies top Chargers, 2-1 in overtime. Page 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2013  WWW.MARYSVILLEGLOBE.COM  75¢ OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH A Home For Marysville’s History Historical Society breaks ground for new museum BY KIRK BOXLEITNER uses cancer diagnosis to help other women. Page 6 SPORTS: Cougars shine at Stanford Invitational. Page 12 BY KIRK BOXLEITNER SEE FORUM, PAGE 23 SEE SATURDAY, PAGE 2 Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo Marysville Historical Society President Ken Cage, left, and MHS museum project manager Steve Muller review the plans for the museum and community center on site. Oct. 1. According to Cage, a museum to preserve and display Marysville’s history has been one of the Marysville Historical Society’s goals since its founding in 1974. “Our collection started out in storage in our members’ garages and attics, and even under our beds,” Cage said. In 1986, the Marysville Historical Society purchased a plot of land off Armar Road, adjacent to the SEE MUSEUM, PAGE 2 Candidates face off at forum INDEX BY KIRK BOXLEITNER CLASSIFIED ADS 18-23 9 LEGAL NOTICES 4 OPINION 14 OBITUARY 12-13 SPORTS 16 WORSHIP Vol. 120, No. 15 Elijah Olson agreed that it’s vital to both communities and has improved dramatically over the years. “We’ve become strong partners, and while we might not agree on everything, there’s always a mutual respect,” said Vaughan, who pointed to ongoing efforts of both city and Tribal officials to coordinate joint transportation and public works projects for their mutual economic development. While Olson would like to see the city and the Tribes focus more on issues they share in common, such as drug MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Globe has served the local community for more than 120 years, and this week marks another significant transition in its history. The first issue of The Marysville Globe was published on Thursday, Feb. 4, 1892. The Marysville Globe continued to print on Thursdays until 1920 when its publication date was moved to Fridays. Thursdays were restored as The Marysville Globe’s publication date in 1925, and this lasted until early 1975 when it was moved to Wednesdays. The Marysville Globe has maintained that Wednesday publication date since then, until it debuted its new Saturday distribution on Oct. 5. “We believe the Saturday distribution is more advantageous to our readers, specifically because it gives them more time to spend in our pages over the weekend reading our hyper-local news stories,” said Paul Brown, publisher of The Marysville Globe. “It also allows us to support more advertisers with sales that are breaking that weekend. Our readers will receive more timely information, not only on those weekends’ sales, but Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo Marysville City Council Position 1 challenger Elijah Olson answers a question at the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce’s candidates forum on Sept. 27. TULALIP — All six of the Marysville City Council candidates in contested races this fall were represented at the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce’s candidates forum on Friday, Sept. 27, as the Chamber asked them to address the city budget, tax revenues, economic growth, traffic and infrastructure. When asked about the current relationship between the city of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes, Position 1 incumbent Jeff Vaughan and challenger 887012 COMMUNITY: Uhler MARYSVILLE — Although PermaBilt’s construction of the Marysville Historical Society’s longawaited museum began with little fanfare early last month, Ken Cage and Steve Muller noted the progress that’s already been made in clearing out the site and laying down the lines establishing its foundation and perimeter. Cage, the president of the Marysville Historical Society, joined Muller, an MHS Board member who’s serving as the museum’s project manager, in taking stock of the work that’s been completed so far, and speaking with the PermaBilt workers on site, on Tuesday, Marysville Globe kicks off Saturday distribution

Marysville Globe, October 05, 2013

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