Work continues on new 116th Street overpass

Street Smarts reader Greg Miner, of Tulalip, writes: “The 116th Street overpass on I-5 has been under construction for months. It appears to be unfinished.… Continue reading

Tribal elder, war veteran Ray Moses dies

In a cemetery he once maintained, the tribal elder was laid to rest Wednesday. There was an honor guard for the veteran who… Continue reading

Tulalip trades students build first tiny houses for homeless

The first three tiny houses delivered to a Seattle homeless housing project Thursday were built by Tulalip construction trades students. The tiny houses… Continue reading

Culture, community count for Heritage High senior

Myrna Red Leaf, 17, is an athlete and student leader who takes pride in her cultural heritage. She is more likely to say… Continue reading

Front Porch: Soup luncheon and bake sale

Soup and bake sale A soup luncheon and bake sale will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Arlington United Church, 338… Continue reading

Suspect in south Everett shooting nabbed in Tulalip casino

The Snohomish County Violent Offender Task Force on Tuesday night caught up with a man wanted in connection with a shooting outside a… Continue reading

Celebrate Chinese new year at Journeys East

The Year of the Fire Rooster begins Jan. 28 with the Lunar New Year celebration, and you can take part at many local Chinese eateries.… Continue reading

Man sentenced to five years for 2015 assault on adult son

A Tulalip-area man has admitted to shooting his adult son in 2015. Gordon Ayars Jr. pleaded guilty in November to first-degree… Continue reading

The Herald’s top stories of 2016: Challenges, tragedy, triumph

The year 2016 will be remembered in Snohomish County for breaking events and gradual change. The man who would become president stopped by, an aerospace… Continue reading

Feds expand criminal-data access for Tulalips, other tribes

The federal government is expanding a program that allows Indian tribes to access national criminal databases and fix… Continue reading

Tulalips, scientists push for local efforts on climate issues

It’s a question of priorities and a group of scientists and policy makers wants to make sure theirs aren’t lost with a new… Continue reading

Among honored heroes, a boy, 12, whose dad had collapsed

Local heroes and Red Cross volunteers were to be honored Thursday for acts of courage, selflessness and service to community.  The 2016 Red… Continue reading

31st annual Festival of Trees full of delights, surprises

Be prepared for surprises at Wednesday’s Festival of Trees community open house. Fourteen intricately decorated Christmas trees are displayed around the perimeter of… Continue reading

2 seriously hurt in 2-vehicle crash on Tulalip Reservation

Two people were hurt Tuesday morning after a wreck on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. It happened about 9:25 a.m. in the 1600 block… Continue reading

Front Porch: Deadline extended for Teddy Bear breakfast

Deadline extended The deadline to order tickets for Providence General Children’s Association’s Teddy Bear Breakfast has been extended to Sunday. The event is scheduled for… Continue reading

Captain’s Weekend prepares boaters for season

Before you take your boat on the water this season, spiff up your safety skills and get your craft in shipshape condition with the Everett… Continue reading

Cabela’s plans two days of outdoor activities

How well can you gobble? Do you feel clucky? Cabela’s is welcoming the season with Spring Great Outdoor Days on March 16 and 17 where… Continue reading

Field narrows to three for Marysville school post

Three finalists have been selected for the job of superintendent of the Marysville School District. The Marysville School Board on Saturday chose Deer… Continue reading

Video: Gray whales feed near Mission Beach

Tom Hoban of Everett was kayaking near his beach house on Mission Beach with a neighbor recently. They got a treat when a pair of… Continue reading

Artists invited to submit entries in Marysville contest

City officials are encouraging kids and adults to participate in an art contest that focuses on the Marysville area’s cultural diversity. The Marysville… Continue reading