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Warm waters bring more restrictions on salmon fishing in Tulalip

TULALIP — The continuing drought in Washington state has led the Department of Fish and Wildlife to put more restrictions on salmon fishing in Tulalip.Significantly fewer summer-run chinook are showing up in tribal and state hatcheries. Any salmon caught by anglers is...

Date: 07/30/2015 | Local News


Briefs: Marysville Tulalip chamber to publish directory

Marysville Tulalip chamber to publish directoryThe Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce has announced plans for its first Chamber Directory for 2015-16. You do not have to be a chamber member to place an ad in this inaugural issue but members...

Date: 07/28/2015 | Bizblog


Briefs: Wine Spectator honors three Snohomish County restaurants

Wine Spectator honors three Snohomish County restaurantsWine Spectator magazine has released the winners of the 2015 Restaurant Awards, which honor outstanding eateries with extraordinary wine lists. Included on the 2015 list are many restaurants from...

Date: 07/22/2015 | Bizblog


Evidence brings murder charge against Marysville man

EVERETT — Forensic scientists found a large blood stain in the car of a Marysville man suspected of killing a disabled man and dumping his body on the Tulalip Indian Reservation.

Date: 07/18/2015 | Local News


Father of Marysville Pilchuck shooter faces additional weapons charges

TULALIP — The father of the boy responsible for the deadly shootings at Marysville Pilchuck High School is facing more weapons charges.

Date: 07/17/2015 | Local News


Hear the beats of Heart By Heart at Tulalip venue

TULALIP — They aren’t the average tribute band. Spin-off is perhaps a better term.

Date: 07/17/2015 | Entertainment


Toys for Tots will serve more

Nonprofit has new office in Marysville, more storage in Everett

Date: 07/17/2015 | Local News


New cafeteria for Marysville Pilchuck on track for 2016

MARYSVILLE — It took a few weeks before state Rep. Hans Dunshee called the Marysville School District headquarters.He understood he would have been low on the priority list in the aftermath of the Oct. 24 Marysville Pilchuck High School shootings that took the lives of...

Date: 07/12/2015 | Local News


Music festivals

FestivalsArlington Street Fair: July 10 through 12, Legion Park, Olympic Avenue, downtown Arlington. On Friday, 11:30 a.m., Old Time Fiddlers; 2 p.m., Arlington Idol contest; 4 p.m., Slacker pop rock. On Saturday, 10 a.m.,...

Date: 07/10/2015 | Entertainment


New trial date for father of high school shooter

TULALIP — A new trial date has been set for the father of a Tulalip boy who shot five students inside Marysville Pilchuck High School last year before killing himself.The defense team for Raymond Fryberg Jr. asked to postpone his June 22 trial, citing a scheduling...

Date: 07/05/2015 | Local News


Arson caused rash of fires

String of blazes stretched from Everett to Skagit County (gallery)

Date: 06/30/2015 | Local News


Tulalip fire death blamed on outdoor burning that spread

TULALIP — A fatal fire on the Tulalip Indian Reservation last week has been attributed to outdoor burning that spread into nearby blackberry bushes.

Date: 06/29/2015 | Local News


Man killed in Tulalip brush fire identified

TULALIP — A man who died in a brush fire on the Tulalip Indian Reservation on Thursday has been identified as David S. Hagaman, 86.

Date: 06/26/2015 | Local News


Suspect jailed in slaying of man in Tulalip

TULALIP — Detectives have arrested a suspect in the June 19 killing of a man whose body was found on the Tulalip Indian Reservation.

Date: 06/26/2015 | Local News


Q&A: Tulalip Tribes sue to reclaim sales taxes

What’s the lawsuit all about?

Date: 06/26/2015 | Local News


Man’s body found at brush fire scene in Tulalip

TULALIP — A man’s body was found down an embankment on the Tulalip Indian Reservation after a brush fire on Thursday afternoon.The man, 85, is believed to have died during the fire, but an investigation is underway, said Shari Ireton, spokeswoman for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Date: 06/25/2015 | Sirens


Chase, other state senators argue against high-stakes testing

Democratic State Sen. Maralyn Chase and seven other senators recently argued against high-stakes testing as a requirement for high-school graduation.

Date: 06/15/2015 | South County Politics


Tulalip Tribes take county, state to court over sales taxes

TULALIP — The Tulalip Tribes filed a federal lawsuit Friday to stop Snohomish County and the state of Washington from imposing sales tax within its Quil Ceda Village retail area.

Date: 06/13/2015 | Local News


When is it OK to turn right on red from an inside lane?

Terri Snider raised a concern about the intersection of 172nd Street NE and 27th Avenue NE outside...

Date: 06/12/2015 | Street Smarts


Democrats' dinner to feature Lovick, DelBene, Keister, Steves

The 2015 Snohomish County Democratic Dinner and Henry M Jackson Awards at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood Saturday will feature Snohomish County Executive John Lovick, U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene, TV comedian John Keister and travel writer Rick Steves.

Date: 06/09/2015 | South County Politics


Alleged serial thief is threat to citizens, police say

GRANITE FALLS — At just 23, Zakary Sheldon is becoming a familiar name in the Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office.Since September he’s been charged with five separate felony crimes. With another case pending, he could have a clean half-dozen by the month’s end.

Date: 06/09/2015 | Local News


Mother trying to get headstone for slain daughter’s grave

TULALIP — Pam Blount sat in her car outside the headstone maker’s office for 20 minutes, wiping at tears and working up the nerve to go inside.“I want it to be perfect,” Blount said. “I want something I think she would like, something she’d be proud of.”

Date: 05/17/2015 | Local News


County Councilman Sullivan faces well-funded challenge

EVERETT — Democrat Brian Sullivan has walloped Republican opponents by 2-1 margins to win two terms as a Snohomish County councilman.Sullivan now faces a well-funded, well-connected challenger from within his own party. That could make for a spirited competition as he...

Date: 05/11/2015 | Local News


Some Marysville Pilchuck students seen in ‘Team Jaylen’ shirts

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville School District and the Tulalip Tribes are having a conversation about how to react to T-shirts that are cropping up in apparent support of the shooter who killed four classmates in October.

Date: 05/04/2015 | Local News


Uncertainty over federal money for MPHS recovery efforts

MARYVILLE — It could take until December to hear whether the federal government will help fund recovery efforts at Marysville Pilchuck High School after the shootings there six months ago.The school district, Marysville, the Tulalip Tribes,

Date: 04/24/2015 | Local News


Man may be charged in crash that killed his wife

TULALIP — A man could face criminal charges for a crash that killed his wife on the Tulalip Indian Reservation last year.Investigators allege that Antonio Fletcher, 49, was speeding and had been drinking before losing control of his Nissan Altima and striking a tree.

Date: 04/17/2015 | Local News


Police issue sex-offender warning for Tulalip reservation

TULALIP — Police are warning residents about a convicted rapist who is living on the Tulalip Indian Reservation.

Date: 04/16/2015 | Local News


Father of school shooter pleads not guilty to gun charge

SEATTLE — The father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four high school classmates and then himself in October pleaded not guilty in federal court to illegally possessing the gun used in the slayings.

Date: 04/16/2015 | Local News


Girls put CPR lessons to use

Best friends’ observations and quick actions save a man’s life

Date: 04/09/2015 | Local News


Grand jury indicts MP shooter’s father on gun charge

SEATTLE — A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted Raymond Fryberg Jr. on a weapons charge.

Date: 04/08/2015 | Local News


2 bald eagles clubbed to death, indictment alleges

TULALIP — A Tulalip man has been indicted on federal wildlife violations after being accused of clubbing to death two female bald eagles in 2013.

Date: 04/03/2015 | Local News


MP shooter’s father granted release by feds after gun charge

SEATTLE — A federal judge on Thursday set conditions allowing for the release of Raymond Lee Fryberg Jr., who is accused of illegally obtaining the gun which his son used to kill four classmates in an October school...

Date: 04/02/2015 | Local News


‘Dream job’ for new chamber CEO

When illness recently forced Caldie Rogers’ retirement as CEO of The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce, its directors knew they would be challenged to find her successor.

Date: 04/01/2015 | Business


Databases showed no record of gun ban on MP shooter's father

TULALIP — There is no record in state or federal criminal databases that Raymond Lee Fryberg Jr. was prohibited from buying the Beretta handgun his son used to shoot five classmates at Marysville Pilchuck High School.Fryberg was the subject of a domestic-violence...

Date: 03/31/2015 | Local News


Marysville felon facing a dozen new charges

EVERETT — A convicted felon with a flare for violence could be facing another stretch in prison.

Date: 03/14/2015 | Local News


Torch Grill is a sure bet for your taste buds

The guy who runs the fitness center in our office building suggested a dining review on the Torch Grill in the Quil Ceda Creek Casino in Tulalip.

Date: 03/13/2015 | Entertainment


Briefs: Meet the new Marysville Tulalip chamber CEO

Meet the new Marysville Tulalip chamber CEOThe Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Regional Visitor Information Center named Jesica Stickles as its new president/CEO. Stickles is an Arlington City Councilwoman who served for many years with...

Date: 03/10/2015 | Bizblog


New 116th Street overpass coming to Tulalip-Marysville

“A traffic nightmare.” That’s how Greg Miner of Tulalip — and many of his fellow commuters — describe the traffic on 116th Street at I-5.

Date: 03/02/2015 | Street Smarts


Case closed on Tulalip fatal crash in August

TULALIP — Police have closed their investigation into one of two fatal crashes on Marine Drive on the Tulalip Indian Reservation in August.

Date: 02/27/2015 | Local News


Interfaith service planned to help people heal from MPHS shooting

MARYSVILLE — Faith leaders in Snohomish County want to lend a hand in helping people cope with what happened Oct. 24 inside Marysville Pilchuck High School.The public is invited to attend an interfaith candlelight prayer service on Feb. 24 — four months after the...

Date: 02/16/2015 | Local News


Felon arrested for alleged theft, gun and drug violations

TULALIP — A felon with a long rap sheet and a history of making threats could be headed back to prison six months after his most recent release.

Date: 02/11/2015 | Local News


Everett businessman Greg Tisdel enters council race

EVERETT — A businessman who has championed commercial passenger flights at Paine Field launched a campaign Tuesday for the Snohomish County Council, saying he’s embarrassed by political infighting.

Date: 01/29/2015 | Local News


Tribes to discuss legal pot at Tulalip conference on Feb. 27

SEATTLE — American Indian tribes wrestling with whether to legalize marijuana have scheduled a national conference on the topic Feb. 27 at the Tulalip Resort Casino.

Date: 01/28/2015 | Northwest


Reviving a culture

Treaty Days helped Tulalips hold on to their past

Date: 01/18/2015 | Local News


A responsibility to act

Mom’s death inspires advocate for those living with addiction

Date: 01/09/2015 | Local News


2 fishermen rescued near Tulalip after boat capsizes

TULALIP — Two fishermen in their early 30s were rescued Tuesday afternoon from the frigid waters of Possession Sound. The pair were crab fishing when their skiff capsized about 600 yards off Priest Point.

Date: 12/23/2014 | Sirens


3 arrested in car thefts from Marysville rental agency

MARYSVILLE — Detectives believe they have caught up with three culprits in the latest round of car thefts from local businesses.

Date: 12/19/2014 | Local News


Animal shelters join fund-raising forces to make it to spring

TULALIP — In the insular world of animal shelters, Paul Lewis has been operating in his own niche since opening Forgotten Kingdom Animal Shelter in 2002.“If it’s not a cat or a dog, I’ll do it,” he said.

Date: 12/19/2014 | Local News


Break silence on shooter's crimes, 2 victims' families say

The mothers of two teens shot at Marysville Pilchuck High School say it's time to hold shooter Jaylen Fryberg accountable: "What he did was premeditated, calculated murder."

Date: 12/10/2014 | Local News


Kids talk turkey

They tell us how to cook one and why they're thankful (video)

Date: 11/26/2014 | Local News


Ominous messages sent minutes before Marysville shootings

Minutes before a teenager opened fire inside a Marysville Pilchuck High School cafeteria, he sent a text message to more than a dozen relatives describing what he wanted to wear at his funeral.

Date: 11/19/2014 | Local News


The finer things

Taste of Tulalip celebrates the best of wine and dining

Date: 11/13/2014 | Entertainment


Services for Marysville shooting victim scheduled

TULALIP — Funeral services for Andrew Fryberg, 15, are scheduled to begin Wednesday and conclude with his burial on the Tulalip Indian Reservation on Friday.

Date: 11/11/2014 | Local News


Celebration of healing

Survivor of Marysville Pilchuck shootings returns home

Date: 11/06/2014 | Local News


Roundup of levies, bonds and other issues around Snohomish County

LynnwoodLynnwood's Transportation Benefit District measure was coming up short Tuesday night, with just 48.6 percent of the vote favoring the 0.2 percent increase in local sales tax to fund...

Date: 11/04/2014 | Local News


Truth of Marysville shooting will take time for investigators

MARYSVILLE — Eventually, there will be some answers.Hundreds of pages of investigative records will become public. They will reveal what detectives believe happened in the days and weeks leading up to the burst of violence Friday in a high school cafeteria.

Date: 10/29/2014 | Local News


Hollywood's Indians

Historian in Tulalip to explore portrayals in films

Date: 10/30/2014 | Entertainment


Tulalip Tribes denounce 'horrific actions' of school shooter

TULALIP — As the family of school shooter Jaylen Fryberg makes final funeral arrangements, the Tulalip community senses the world is watching.Death within the tribes is a time for families and friends to gather privately to grieve. Protecting and supporting those...

Date: 10/29/2014 | Local News


Marysville shows its colors

City wrapped in red to support its students

Date: 10/27/2014 | Local News


Understanding what happened will be a long, delicate process

The truth takes time.What happened? Answering that alone could take months. Finding a full answer to the question "Why?" will be harder still, if it ever comes at all.Dave Cullen, a journalist and author of the...

Date: 10/25/2014 | Local News


We are Marysville Pilchuck

We are Columbine. We are Virginia Tech. We are Fort Hood. We are Aurora. We are Sandy Hook. We are the Washington Navy Yard. We are Seattle Pacific University. We are Ottawa. Now, we are Marysville Pilchuck High School.

Date: 10/24/2014 | Editorials


Yes votes recommended for tax measures in county

The following are the Herald Editorial Board's final endorsements for the General Election. A full list of previous endorsements will appear Sunday in The Herald.Arlington School District, Proposition No. 1: The Arlington School District is seeking to...

Date: 10/24/2014 | Editorials


Fire District 15 wants a boost in EMS funds

TULALIP — Snohomish County Fire District 15 in Tulalip Bay is asking voters to approve a higher permanent emergency medical services levy on the November ballot.The fire district wants to increase staffing and begin transporting its own patients to local hospitals,...

Date: 10/23/2014 | Local News


Fines reduced in worker’s death at Marysville golf course

TULALIP — The state Department of Labor and Industries has reduced fines for the Battle Creek Golf Course for labor violations related to the March death of a worker.

Date: 10/23/2014 | Local News


Granite Falls, Tulalip seek EMS renewals

GRANITE FALLS — Fire districts in Granite Falls and Tulalip are asking voters to approve permanent emergency medical services levies to replace existing six-year levies.The matters are on the November general election ballot.

Date: 10/21/2014 | Local News


Golf course fined over fatal lawn-mower accident

TULALIP — The Battle Creek Golf Course has been assessed a $3,000 penalty for safety issues after a worker died in a lawn-mower accident in March.

Date: 09/09/2014 | Local News


Canoes get their due

Tulalip exhibit treats them with love and respect

Date: 09/07/2014 | Life


Marysville School District awarded $1.3 million grant

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville School District has received a $1.3 million grant that will help it boost the academic performance of some students who are most in need of the help.The

Date: 09/05/2014 | Local News


Creedence Clearwater Revisited wraps up Tulalip series

TULALIP — The Sunday concerts by Creedence Clearwater Revisited and America wrap up this year's Tulalip Summer Concert Series.The bands are set to perform at 7 p.m. Sunday...

Date: 09/05/2014 | Entertainment


Funny returns

Wanda Sykes comes back to Tulalip with fresh material

Date: 09/03/2014 | The Bar Hop


Man killed in crash on Tulalip reservation

TULALIP — A 25-year-old Tulalip man was killed in a car accident Thursday afternoon along Marine Drive on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. It was the second fatal accident on the road within the past week.

Date: 08/29/2014 | Local News


Woman killed in Tulalip crash identified

TULALIP — A woman killed in a car accident on the Tulalip Indian Reservation earlier this week has been identified as Gina M. Fletcher, 47, of Chelsea, Oklahoma.The one-car crash happened about...

Date: 08/29/2014 | Local News


1 killed, 1 injured in Tulalip crash

TULALIP — A woman died and a man was injured Tuesday night in a one-car crash on the Tulalip Indian Reservation.The accident was reported around 8:30 p.m. on Marine Drive at Hermosa Beach Drive.Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office are...

Date: 08/27/2014 | Sirens


Panera Bread to open at Quil Ceda Village

TULALIP — Panera Bread plans to open at Quil Ceda Village in a vacant lot next to Home Depot facing I-5, officials announced Thursday afternoon.It will be the fourth location in Snohomish County for the chain, which features baked goods, sandwiches and salads.

Date: 08/14/2014 | Business


Alt pop rockers, 1970s group Yes play Tulalip

The summer concert series at the Tulalip Amphitheatre continues Friday with the alternative pop-rock bands Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Blues Traveler and Uncle Kracker. Tickets start at about $39 for the standing-room-only beer garden.On Thursday, Aug. 21, the 1970s band Yes...

Date: 08/14/2014 | Entertainment


Murder suspect now charged with child rape, too

ARLINGTON — Prosecutors have filed child rape charges against a man already accused of killing his girlfriend during a dispute in April.

Date: 08/07/2014 | Local News


Manslaughter verdict stands for Marysville man who shot his daughter

MARYSVILLE — The state Court of Appeals has upheld the manslaughter conviction of a Marysville-area man who fatally shot his 6-year-old daughter after a day of drinking.For a second time, Richard Peters asked the appellate court to overturn a jury's verdict. A drunken Peters shot...

Date: 08/07/2014 | Local News


15-year sentence in mother’s fatal mistreatment of children

SEATTLE — Christina Carlson was told Monday that a rotten childhood was no excuse for leaving her two young daughters without food or water inside a car so full of human feces and urine that the odor could be detected 30 feet away.

Date: 08/04/2014 | Local News


Playing tribute

Bands keep classic rock acts' music alive (gallery)

Date: 08/03/2014 | Entertainment




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