Infant born in Mill Creek safe after Amber Alert

A newborn was in satisfactory condition at a local hospital after authorities found her and her mother in the Tulalip area on… Continue reading

Pilfered light bulb leads to stolen car, 3 arrests

How many crooks does it take to steal a light bulb? Apparently, three. That’s what Tulalip police are alleging. Tribal officers arrested a… Continue reading

Cedar Grove says Marysville manipulated public opinion

Cedar Grove Composting officials said Thursday they sought public records from the city of Marysville to demonstrate what they believe was a clandestine… Continue reading

Judge withholds punishment for juror who balked

A Snohomish County man who ignored jury duty in a murder trial won’t know whether he’ll be held in contempt of court until… Continue reading

Jury weighs self-defense claim in Arlington killing

Dennis Watters was afraid for his life when he fired his handgun into a car at the Blue Stilly Park last year. One… Continue reading

First-degree murder charge in shooting will go to trial

It should be up to a jury to decide whether a Tulalip-area man exhibited “extreme indifference to human life” when he began shooting… Continue reading

Police hope video will ID Granite Falls thieves

Police are asking for help identifying burglars who hit a home near Granite Falls on Oct. 7. On Tuesday, the Snohomish County… Continue reading

Tulalip man injured in 1-car crash on Highway 9

A Tulalip man suffered serious injuries Monday night in a one-car accident on Highway 9 near Marysville. The man, 38, was driving a… Continue reading

William Shelton revived Tulalip culture

When it came to healing the rift between local Indian tribes and the white world that once stripped Snohomish County’s original inhabitants of… Continue reading

Toddlers were in room with heroin smokers, police say

Two toddlers were taken into protective custody on Thursday night after Tulalip police found them sleeping in a room where people allegedly were… Continue reading

Water pipeline to Tulalip nears completion

A new pipeline to carry drinking water to the Tulalip Indian Reservation is expected to be completed next month. The pipeline connects to… Continue reading

For Tulalips, protecting treaty rights means restoring habitat

From the deck of a 30-foot research boat owned by the Tulalip Tribes, Terry Williams pointed out the remnants of a bulkhead along… Continue reading

Tulalip Tribes donated record $7.2 million last year

The Tulalip Tribes donated $7.2 million to more than 400 charities, nonprofits and educational institutions in Washington this year. That’s a record for… Continue reading

Tulalip man sentenced to prison for assaulting ex-wife

A Tulalip man was sentenced last week to nine years in federal prison for repeatedly assaulting his ex-wife. The abuse was ongoing, according… Continue reading

Independent Johnson challenges 6-term Sells in 38th District

Bert Johnson, an independent candidate, is challenging six-term Rep. Mike Sells for his seat in the Legislature’s 38th District. Johnson has not declared… Continue reading

Cabela’s to be acquired by rival Bass Pro for $4.5 billion

Outdoor gear giant Bass Pro is snapping up rival Cabela’s in a $4.5 billion deal announced Monday. Bass Pro is… Continue reading

Pipeline may take an act of Congress

Tulalip and Everett leaders are looking for money to build a seven-mile pipeline that will pump up to 36 million gallons of water each day… Continue reading

Tribal canoeists will camp in Mukilteo

MUKILTEO - Canoes traveling to the Lummi Indian Reservation on an annual tribal journey will stop at Mukilteo for the first time since the event… Continue reading

Return of the King

TULALIP - This Saturday, Tulalip tribal members will welcome Big Chief King Salmon, the symbolic first salmon of the season, with great pageantry. Every year,… Continue reading

A woman of 8,500 hours

MARYSVILLE - On her last day as a volunteer, Joanna Ellis showed up in her usual stylish business suit, ready to work. This time however,… Continue reading