Tulalip

Blueberries are in their blood

For more than 50 years, blueberry farming in Marysville has been part of the Schmidt family summers.

 

They collected 4,676 bags of trash along 445 miles of road

The team of six Litter Wranglers are back at it this year, responding to trashed county roads.

 

A trio in the lighting area at Boom City watches a shower of white-hot sparks from several fountains set off Tuesday just as darkness falls. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

It’s a blast when everyone gathers at Boom City

Just west of the Tulalip Resort Casino, a temporary fireworks market opens every summer.

 

Driver in wrong-way fatal crash on I-5 has 4 previous DUIs

He was reportedly speeding at more than 100 mph before hitting a car head-on. An Oregon woman died.

Wrong-way driver causes fatal crash on I-5 near Arlington

A Darrington man, 56, was arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide and DUI.

Tulalips: Progress includes a fish-friendly I-5 overpass

Tribal Chairwoman Marie Zackuse discussed the past, present and future in a ‘State of the Tribes’ talk.

The Four Seasons kick off Tulalip’s summer concert series

A dozen big-name acts will play the Tulalip Amphitheatre from June to August.

Tribes and governments file closing briefs in tax lawsuit

At stake are millions of dollars in revenue from the Tulalips’ Quil Ceda Village business district.

Marysville hands out WASA honors

The Marysville School District honored seven education advocates at an annual luncheon hosted by the Washington Association of School Administrators. The event gives school districts… Continue reading

County boosters launch a ‘sustainable tourism’ initiative

Lots of visitors is mostly a good thing for the economy — but not at the expense of quality of life.

For Memorial Day, remembering those we lost in World War I

Meet some of the nearly 125 Snohomish County soldiers and two nurses who died in the Great War.

Tax lawsuit reveals Tulalips have $300 million in cash, bonds

Gambling and retail revenues have enabled the tribes to amass wealth with little debt.

Killer of child here in 2009 dies in Walla Walla prison

An autopsy is planned for James Douglas Fryberg, 29, of Tulalip, who was convicted of manslaughter.

Trial begins over sales tax at Quil Ceda Village

A judge will decide if the Tulalip Tribes or the government has the right to collect millions of dollars.

Millions at stake in Tulalip lawsuit over sales tax revenue

The state is concerned over the implications the case has on lands held by other tribes in Washington.

New Everett hotel will double waterfront rooms in the county

Construction on Hotel Indigo at the Port of Everett’s new live-work-play development begins Thursday.

2 seen at Tulalip Walmart suspected in home burglary

Police say they used stolen credit cards to make purchases at the store.

Swindled victims thought they were renting a Tulalip house

While the real owners were away, a man allegedly hung his photos on the wall and advertised the property.

Marjorie James’ own struggle informs her advocacy for tribes

She tried the Ivy League but returned to Tulalip to help spread the teaching of tribal history.

A group of about 20 people from the Tulalip Tribes, including three mothers of victims of the 2014 Marysville High School shooting, marched Saturday in Washington, D.C., to protest gun violence. Deborah Parker, a former vice chairwoman of the tribal board of directors, is holding up a sign. (Deborah Parker photo)

United at D.C. march by their own tragedy here at home

Students, parents and tribal members joined the massive call for action on gun control.

A group of about 20 people from the Tulalip Tribes, including three mothers of victims of the 2014 Marysville High School shooting, marched Saturday in Washington, D.C., to protest gun violence. Deborah Parker, a former vice chairwoman of the tribal board of directors, is holding up a sign. (Deborah Parker photo)