Tulalip

Video: Gray whales feed near Mission Beach

Tom Hoban of Everett was kayaking near his beach house on Mission Beach with a neighbor recently. They got a treat when a pair of… Continue reading

Artists invited to submit entries in Marysville contest

City officials are encouraging kids and adults to participate in an art contest that focuses on the Marysville area’s cultural diversity. The Marysville… Continue reading

New leader named for Marysville schools

A superintendent of a school district north of Spokane was hired Thursday to takeover the Marysville School District. Becky Cooke Berg is scheduled… Continue reading

For students, Tulalip Tribes’ native language a connection to the past

A long time ago, a young girl sat at the base of a cedar tree and cried. She was all alone. The tree asked why… Continue reading

Marysville teen organizing Relay for Life fundraiser

Raising money for the American Cancer Society is a major focus of volunteer efforts in Snohomish County. During May, June and July, there… Continue reading

Documentary crew to visit Tulalip

A French film crew plans to visit the Tulalip Indian Reservation next week to work on a short documentary and conduct interviews regarding the reauthorization… Continue reading

Detectives witness carjacking on Tulalip reservation

A drug-related carjacking on the Tulalip Indian Reservation on Tuesday was interrupted when three undercover tribal police detectives happened by. The detectives were… Continue reading

Front Porch: Gray whale sighted near Mission Beach

Watch for whales A gray whale has been sighted near Mission Beach at Tulalip, about a month before the first of a group of migratory… Continue reading

Students will get chance to play with orchestra

You hear a lot these days about how school music programs don’t have any money. True enough. But in the Marysville School District and at… Continue reading

Families and Friends gets new name, same mission

More than 400 people gathered here Wednesday morning for the annual “Voices of Victims” breakfast, a fundraiser that helps keep the doors open… Continue reading

Woman charged with murder in girl’s death by neglect

A second-degree murder charge has been filed against a Tulalip mother whose young daughter died of neglect. Federal prosecutors allege that Christina D.… Continue reading

Fundraiser for crime victims Feb. 27 in Tulalip

The non-profit organization, Families &Friends of Violent Crime Victims, will hold its Voices of Victims breakfast Feb. 27. The Everett-based victim advocacy center aims to… Continue reading

New leader sought for Marysville schools

School officials plan two meetings during which people can comment about the search for a new school district superintendent. Marysville School District Superintendent… Continue reading

1B Boys and Girls District 1 Tournament Preview

1B Boys District 1 Tournament First round: Shoreline Christian at Tulalip Heritage, Lopez at Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace, Grace Academy at Mount Vernon Christian, Highland… Continue reading

Tulalips screen film about American Indian jazz great

Jim Pepper was known for pioneering the fusion jazz movement as well as being the kind of musical innovator who blended jazz with American Indian… Continue reading

Families tear down cabins as Tulalip leases expire

For 50 years, Jaime Erickson’s family has been spending summers and weekends at their cabin on scenic Mission Beach. Bruce Agnew’s family has… Continue reading

Girl’s death prompts hard look at state’s child welfare

They were asked to inspect the net. Maybe somehow it can be woven tighter so another little girl won’t fall through, dying before… Continue reading

Marysville district interviews proceed

The search for the person to replace Marysville School District’s retiring Superintendent Larry Nyland continues Saturday with public interviews of the candidates. The… Continue reading

Go-Go’s, B-52’s kick off Tulalip concert series

a 3,000-seat venue — has packed its 2013 Summer Concert Series with national stars that we… Continue reading

Tulalip Tribes’ cultural director lived for preservation

Hank Gobin lived to see his dream come true: the creation of a museum to serve as the focal point of local tribal… Continue reading