Two windsurfers rescued from Port Susan near Kayak Point

The men had failed to return to shore during Sunday’s windstorm.


Give a tot a toy and meet Tedric Thompson and other Seahawks

Past and present players will rev up fans and sign autographs outside the Tulalip mall on Friday.


Deborah Parker, former vice chairwoman of the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors, speaks during a healing event at the Hibulb Cultural Center in 2013. Parker is among recipients of the 2017 KSER Voice of the Community Awards. (Genna Martin / Former Herald Staff Photographer)

KSER-FM celebrates this year’s Voice of the Community Awards

Nominations came from listeners, station volunteers and board members.


Tulalips to build new $100 million casino, chairwoman says

A groundbreaking is planned for later this year for a replacement of Quil Ceda Creek Casino.

Design-your-own pizza arrives at Tulalip

Fridays were pizza night in the Mascitti home. Chef Perry Mascitti’s mother made the dough from scratch and her favorite pizza pans were worn and… Continue reading

Wayne Williams, 89: Steward of Tulalip culture and history

The boy, who’d just turned 3, appears uneasy, perhaps bewildered, by the hubbub around him. A black-and-white photograph captures the moment. It was… Continue reading

‘Lifegivers’: Tulalip Tribes honor their strong women

Four women are making history. With Marie Zackuse as chairwoman, for the first time there’s a female majority on the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors.… Continue reading

Remle named Educator of the Year for Native education

Matt Remle, Native American Liaison for the Marysville School District, has been named the National Indian Education Association Educator of the Year. The group recognizes… Continue reading

Fire burns house on Tulalip Indian Reservation

A fire that burned a house on the Tulalip Indian Reservation on Wednesday afternoon was brought under control. Flames spread from the home… Continue reading

County strives to keep Puget Sound healthy through grant, app

Puget Sound. It’s the mesmerizing sea at our feet. Fed by rivers, streams and runoff, it’s part of a complex ecological web. Trying… Continue reading

Comedian Martin Short to perform two nights at Tulalip

He is known as one of the funniest, nicest and most respected people in Hollywood. Martin Short will perform bits from his best-loved characters —… Continue reading

Anita Sheldon: In my eyes, you are perfect

We asked readers to tell us what they love about their moms. Kids from 17 to well over 70 entered The Herald’s Mother’s Day contest.… Continue reading

Tulalips’ long-awaited water pipeline turned on

A decades-old feud between the Tulalip Tribes and the city of Everett was washed away Friday. That’s when a long-awaited water pipeline connecting… Continue reading

Tulalips honor longtime pastor at medicine wheel dedication

The Tulalip Tribes marked the first day of spring last week by dedicating a new medicine wheel garden and honoring a longtime friend.… Continue reading

Tulalip Tribes members elect first woman-majority board

For the second time in its history, the Tulalip Tribes will have a woman leading its board. On Saturday, the Tulalip Tribes membership… Continue reading

Overnight closures planned for I-5 ramps at 116th St. NE

Ramps at the I-5 and 116th Street NE interchange will be closed overnight this week for grinding work. Nightly closures are planned Wednesday… Continue reading

Work continues on new 116th Street overpass

Street Smarts reader Greg Miner, of Tulalip, writes: “The 116th Street overpass on I-5 has been under construction for months. It appears to be unfinished.… Continue reading

Tribal elder, war veteran Ray Moses dies

In a cemetery he once maintained, the tribal elder was laid to rest Wednesday. There was an honor guard for the veteran who… Continue reading

Tulalip trades students build first tiny houses for homeless

The first three tiny houses delivered to a Seattle homeless housing project Thursday were built by Tulalip construction trades students. The tiny houses… Continue reading

Culture, community count for Heritage High senior

Myrna Red Leaf, 17, is an athlete and student leader who takes pride in her cultural heritage. She is more likely to say… Continue reading