Tulalip

Pollution prompts state to restrict shellfish harvesting

Part of Port Susan — the bay east of Camano Island — is closed, and other areas are deemed threatened.

 

Illness sidelines Sen. McCoy as pace of lawmaking heats up

The Tulalip lawmaker has missed days of Senate action as he recovers from flu and pneumonia.

 

Tulalip Tribes official is named the Emerging Leader of 2019

Rochelle Lubbers helped a grieving community heal after the Marysville Pilchuck shootings in 2014.

 

After school shootings, she made sure healing took place

During “that really difficult time,” Rochelle Lubbers of the Tulalip Tribes found knowledge and strength.

Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
Passengers catch an Uber after arriving at Paine Field Friday. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Local lawsuits inch forward to seek damages for opioid abuse

After Oklahoma settlement, Purdue Pharma continues to fight cases from Everett and Snohomish County.

Tulalip Tribes hope cannabis can combat heroin addiction

A $2 million grant funds studies into opioid abuse and Alzheimer’s disease at Stanford University.

Tulalip man gets 6 years in prison for assaults on partner

The woman sought help in March 2018, and police went to the home and found her severely injured.

New Tulalip tribal leader is following in her dad’s footsteps

Recently elected chairwoman Teri Gobin learned lessons in leadership from her father, Stan Jones.

With Emma Ka’aha’aina (fourth from left in lei), program manager of EvCC’s Diversity & Equity Center, are members of the college’s First Nations Club who proposed a space for Native American, Indigenous and Pacific Islander students. They are, from left, Cullen Zackuse, Kayah George, Tara Duffin, Sebastian Corrales and Rafael Alverez. (Photo by Derek Walker, EvCC)

‘Place of Our Way’ welcomes Native, Pacific Islander students

The new space in EvCC’s Monte Cristo Hall has cedar-plank walls to evoke the sense of a longhouse.

With Emma Ka’aha’aina (fourth from left in lei), program manager of EvCC’s Diversity & Equity Center, are members of the college’s First Nations Club who proposed a space for Native American, Indigenous and Pacific Islander students. They are, from left, Cullen Zackuse, Kayah George, Tara Duffin, Sebastian Corrales and Rafael Alverez. (Photo by Derek Walker, EvCC)

Pilchuck Dam removal would clear the way for salmon

Backers of the fish-habitat project near Granite Falls have scheduled a March 19 open house.

County looks to revive idled Kayak Point Golf Course

A call for business plans this fall yielded no realistic ideas for the Stanwood-area links.

Republican joins a half-dozen Democrats in county race

Mukilteo Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough hopes to compete on heavily Democratic turf.

Tickets for Billy Dean’s country concert at Tulalip Resort Casino are up for grabs

Enter The Herald’s contest to win free tickets to Billy Dean’s concert at Tulalip Resort Casino.

A new film from the Tulalip History Project tells the life story of Harriette Hiahl-tsa Shelton Dover, shown here as a girl. (Tulalip Tribes Hibulb Cultural Center)

Film tells life of Tulalip treasure, Harriette Shelton Dover

A documentary from the Tulalip History Project is a lesson in how one woman helped save her culture.

A new film from the Tulalip History Project tells the life story of Harriette Hiahl-tsa Shelton Dover, shown here as a girl. (Tulalip Tribes Hibulb Cultural Center)

Part of Mukilteo triple-murder wrongful death suit dismissed

The estate of one of the 19-year-old victims had sought damages from the couple who owned the house.

Country’s Billy Dean to play his many hit songs at Tulalip

He credits his long career to his early ’90s No. 1 single, “Somewhere in my Broken Heart.”

With her horse Joe next to her, Melonie Rainey of White Birch Farm on the Tulalip Indian Reservation talks about her participation in the Conservation District’s horse manure spreading program Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. The program helps horse owners keep manure under control, turn it into fertilizer and use it on their pastures. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Saving streams from the manure of more than 3,000 horses

A new program addresses one of Snohomish County’s biggest water-quality concerns.

With her horse Joe next to her, Melonie Rainey of White Birch Farm on the Tulalip Indian Reservation talks about her participation in the Conservation District’s horse manure spreading program Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. The program helps horse owners keep manure under control, turn it into fertilizer and use it on their pastures. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Family appeals lost lawsuit over fatal struggle with police

A judge said there wasn’t evidence to support wrongful death claims in the case of Cecil Lacy Jr.

Tulalip to build multimedia center for ‘most needy group’ — teens

The center will be attached to the Boys and Girls Club. The tribe hopes to have it open by summer.