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He was sentenced in federal court Monday for a collision that injured two fellow tribal members.
The rustic retreat had been on this Tulalip couple’s to-do list for five years. Now, the gnomes — and the family cat — stay dry.
The man was suspected of shoplifting. He allegedly fled from Marysville police in a stolen car.
The tribes plan to purchase part of what has been known as Reiner Farm, along the Skykomish River.
After being named to vacant seats, June Robinson and Emily Wicks will be tested in the Aug. 4 vote.
The $1.5 million will go toward rent and utilities for families financially hurt by the crisis.
The bingo and slot machine parlor closed in late March. When it resumes, masks will be required.
Take a pandemic staycation in style at these 3 high-end hotels in Snohomish County.
Natosha Gobin is spreading her passion for Lushootseed to tribal and non-tribal students.
When Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies shot and killed a man during a welfare check at an apartment last November, he reportedly was drunk,… Continue reading
Twice the size of the existing casino, the new entertainment venue will replace an older facility.
Stores are open at Everett and Alderwood malls and the outlets in Tulalip. But new rules apply.
Funds were reserved for Alaska Native corporations awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit over eligibility.
Peaceful protests in Snohomish County have been followed by roadblocks and armed citizens standing guard.
Tulalip Resort Casino and Quil Ceda Creek opened the doors on Tuesday after a two-month closure.
Guests must wear a mask and occupancy is limited, the Tulalip Tribes announced Wednesday.
Robinson, a House member for seven sessions, is succeeding John McCoy who retired in April
An Everett man is being investigated for allegedly kidnapping a woman and raping her at gunpoint.
For now, Alaska Native corporations won’t be entitled to any of the coronavirus relief funding.
The department hasn’t determined whether unique Alaska Native corporations are eligible for a share.