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Six years after Tyler Sullivan went missing, his family knows he’s not alive. The rest is a mystery.
Children at Quil Ceda Tulalip celebrated indigenous culture with songs and dance this week.
Matika Wilbur’s years-long mission to photograph more than 562 sovereign Native American nations is nearly complete.
Lushootseed is now taught at Marysville Pilchuck. It joins two other schools in the district.
She couldn’t keep her stories straight, and it seemed unlikely the man shot himself. So she was arrested.
The memorial for the longtime Tulalip tribal chairman brought tears and laughter — and lots of respect.
His mother does not believe the Marysville hometown hero took the drug intentionally.
Volunteer monitors have become the “eyes and ears” of 31 lakes, tracking changes in the waterways.
He helped turn the tribes into an economic powerhouse while restoring culture and treaty rights.
Democrat Megan Dunn had a narrow lead in a deep-blue district, other county races too close to call.
Dunn decries the use of wedge issues. Rohrbough rails at leftist politics. They agree on car tab fees.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy Monday
The weekend not only helped kids, it forged bonds between the Christian camp and tribal leaders.
Nearly everything inside is electronic, including displays of a fireplace and a fish tank.
Republican Anna Rohrbough and Democrat Megan Dunn visited the Herald newsroom.
Biologists with the tribes have relocated “nuisance” beavers to forest areas where they can thrive.
The grassroots Jam Revival Music and Arts Festival on Sept. 6-7 will feature 11 bands and 11 DJs.
A statement, written by the Tulalip Tribes, will be read after the flag salute at each meeting.
A looming matchup with Republican Anna Rohrbough promises a huge political contrast
In “Herald Headlines” for Aug. 8, reporter Noah Haglund discusses the primary election and a firing.