Tulalip

Wildfires risk expected to increase on Washington’s westside

County officials say agencies and residents should plan for fires as they do for earthquakes.

 

Tulalip casino security guard charged with on-duty sex crime

The guard, 28, who served in the Marines, is accused of sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman.

 

Speed up or slow down? Sign confusion in school zone fixed

Speed limit and school zone signs near the Tulalip Campus now share a pole.

 

Music Project’s weekly jam session hits therapeutic notes

A variety of music therapy is offered by the organization that runs the Northwest Music Hall.

Mukilteo mayor launches campaign for Snohomish County post

Jennifer Gregerson intends to stay on as mayor as she vies with others for an open County Council seat.

Rachael Baldwin of RUHLR Renovation on Camano Island made a vegan chili for the 23rd Annual Chili & Chowder Cook-Off. (Evan Thompson / The Herald)

Super bowls: Chilis and chowders compete at Camano cook-off

The Tulalip casino’s chef and a Camano home cook took top honors for chowder and chili, respectively.

Rachael Baldwin of RUHLR Renovation on Camano Island made a vegan chili for the 23rd Annual Chili & Chowder Cook-Off. (Evan Thompson / The Herald)
Connor Ewing return a tackle wheel Thursday night during practice at the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club on November 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Youth football’s best coming to Snohomish County

The area will host the 1st Northwest Regional to decide who gets to play for a title in Canton, Ohio.

Connor Ewing return a tackle wheel Thursday night during practice at the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club on November 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Leadership awards recognize economic development efforts

Among those honored by Leadership Snohomish County was the founder of an Everett business incubator.

Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Dam demolition would let Pilchuck River run free

The city of Snohomish and the Tulalip Tribes hope to restore steelhead, chinook and coho runs.

Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Tulalip Tribes worry about traffic, salmon in land sale case

The Grove Church hopes to sell property to a Texas builder. The plot borders the reservation.

Second suit against Mukilteo killer also targets gun dealer

The shooting victim’s older brother seeks damages from Allen Ivanov and the store that sold him the murder weapon.

Reunited at last: Dog lost for four months finds way home

Nibbles made his way 20 miles from Marysville, where he was lost, to south Everett.

District 38 candidates focused on mental health, addiction

Neither person challenging Democratic incumbents in the House and Senate has held public office.

Meet Tulalip’s new police chief, Chris Sutter

Sutter, 56, recently took over the top post at the Tulalip Tribes Police Department.

Tulalip fire district hopes to hire 3 full-time firefighters

The department aims to pass a levy in November. Property taxes would go up by 34 cents per $1,000.

‘Water is life,’ but many in developing nations struggle for it

Spokesman for a nonprofit that brings clean water to everybody is Edge of Amazing’s keynote speaker.

Business booming in north county, summit participants told

Leaders talked about traffic, a water park, the port, Boeing, Paine Field and more.

State and county prevail in high-stakes Tulalip tax lawsuit

The tribes had sued to end the collection of sales tax in the Quil Ceda Village shopping area.

Kayak Point Golf Course to close Oct. 21, but could reopen

Snohomish County hopes to find another contractor after the current one had trouble keeping the course profitable.

Sisters Allyea Hernandez, 8, (left) and Amaya, 10, make slime at their home in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This craze has stuck: Sisters in slime make it all the time

Allyea, 8, and Amaya, 10, whip up batches of the gooey gunk that kids love. Teachers, not so much.

Sisters Allyea Hernandez, 8, (left) and Amaya, 10, make slime at their home in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)