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Federal review is next. Wagering on pro and college sporting events could arrive in time for fall games.
Remedy Tulalip is giving away cannabis cigarettes to those 21 and older who get a shot on Tuesday.
Agreements with the Tulalips, Stillaguamish and 13 other tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.
The proposal involves 15 tribes, including the Tulalips and Stillaguamish, and now goes to the governor.
Other officers and volunteers won’t stop searching for Charlie Cortez until they can bring closure for his family.
Snohomish County’s task force is shifting focus from mass vaccination sites to pop-up clinics.
Charlie Cortez is presumed drowned. Very low tides during the day bring a new opportunity to find him.
Matika Wilbur captured the images and stories of Indigenous women from around the country. She’ll talk about it June 3 in Bellingham.
County leaders commended the residents who reported both sets of graffiti, which have been removed.
House Bill 1356 bans appropriated mascots and symbols in schools unless tribes give permission.
The Italian-American seafood dish is a best seller at The Kitchen at the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino.
If all goes to plan, the tribes could get federal approval for sports books at two casinos by the fall.
The Boom City clinic will offer Moderna shots Tuesday, and switch to Johnson & Johnson later.
The Tulalip casino offers casual and full-service dining, a live entertainment lounge and three full-service bars.
The family of Cecil Lacy Jr., of Tulalip, says officials conspired to protect law enforcement.
The deceased man was Nickolas Smoley, a 22-year-old man from Tulalip.
The 126,700-square-foot, $125 million building replaces the old “Q” that began as a bingo hall in 1983.
The Tulalips are expanding efforts to protect land and water that are integral to their identity.
A procession of patrol cars, motorcycles, dirt bikes and quads lined up to honor Charlie Cortez.
He currently serves as chief of police for the Sauk-Suiattle Police Department near Darrington.