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A scramble to save Puget Sound’s precious kelp and eelgrass
A new protection zone for marine vegetation in Snohomish County is a big first step toward future efforts.
1st in U.S.: Missing Indigenous people alert system enacted
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday signed into law a bill that creates a first-in-the-nation statewide alert system for Native Americans.
Police: Teen was drinking and driving in fatal Tulalip crash
Daisha Smith-Spencer was riding in the bed of a Dodge pickup when it crashed into a utility pole. She was 20.
1 dead, 3 injured in crash on Tulalip Reservation
Turk Drive was closed as Tulalip Tribal Police and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office investigated Tuesday morning.
As women sweep Tulalip board races, ‘a pretty historic time for us’
“In the past, women pretty much ran the tribe. We’re just now coming back into what we’ve always been historically.”
With $5 bet, Lynnwood man hits $2.4 million slots jackpot at Tulalip
Jose Lopez won the highest slots payout in the state’s casino history on the game Golden Charms.
In D.C., Tulalip Tribes laud revised Violence Against Women Act
Under the 2022 version, tribes have more authority to prosecute non-natives on tribal land.
Bring a bit of New Orleans flair to your breakfast table
Top these Belgian waffles with a decadent sauce of bananas Foster, a dessert invented some 70 years ago in the Big Easy.
Police: Lynnwood man dies after fight at hotel near Tulalip
Robert LeMasters, 57, was identified as the deceased Thursday. Police said he stabbed a Stanwood man in a bizarre confrontation.
Murder charges dismissed for boyfriend in Tulalip casino death
Meanwhile, Hana Letoi’s family is suing the casino and security staff, alleging their actions could have saved her life.
Opioid settlement a ‘ding in the crisis’ for Tulalip, other tribes
The Tulalips could get $1.85 million as part of a pending $590 million settlement with hundreds of tribes.
After 1,200 positive cases, Tulalip Tribes face ‘deepest fear’
“We used to be big on family doings — not anymore.” On top of a cultural toll, the pandemic has exposed health inequities.
If not for Tulalip Healing Lodge, ‘I wouldn’t be here right now’
Ambrose James credits his sobriety to counseling and the lodge. The tribal program is expanding with a $1.3 million grant.
Marysville Pilchuck mascot decision postponed until spring
Tulalip tribal members have been split over doing away with the nickname Tomahawks. They’ll consider it again at an annual meeting.
Shellfish war: Judge dismisses Tulalip clam-trafficking case
“A massive waste of taxpayer dollars,” said an attorney. Two tribal defendants say the dismissal is a victory for treaty rights.
Timeline: Debate over Marysville Pilchuck’s Tomahawks nickname
As officials and the Tulalip Tribes consider changing it, a review of the state law and student unease that got us here.
Tulalip students say change starts with the mascot
Tony Hatch, a Marysville Pilchuck senior, has been the target of racist slurs and war calls. She — and many others — want change.
Tulalip woman is among scores of missing Indigenous people
Mary Johnson-Davis, then 39, vanished over a year ago. A ceremony to honor her was held Thursday on the Tulalip Reservation.
Tulalip elders vote to keep Tomahawks mascot in Marysville
The Tulalip Tribes chair said tribal members are conflicted. It leaves the school district in a complicated position.
County to pay $1.75M to settle Tulalip man’s wrongful death case
Snohomish County maintains it’s not to blame for Cecil Lacy Jr.’s death in the custody of a sheriff’s deputy.