Future explorers learn from Titanic discoverer

Deep-sea explorer Robert Ballard turned to his eager audience. Pointing to an image on a big screen at the Tulalip Boys &Girls Club, he asked:… Continue reading

Marysville sanctuary offers hope for neglected horses

Many of the lodgers have come a long ways to get here. They’re refugees towed north and east beginning their journeys along country… Continue reading

Crews battling brush fire on Tulalip reservation

Crews on Tuesday evening were battling a stubborn brush fire on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. The fire was reported about 4 p.m. in… Continue reading

Sultan teen battling disease gets VIP tour of Cabela’s

Christopher Butler knew his grandmother was taking him to Cabela’s on Friday, but he had no idea that 20 employees would cheer him… Continue reading

Two arrested in kidnapping of woman in Tulalip

Sheriff’s deputies arrested two people for investigation of kidnapping Thursday after a woman reported that she was forced into a car and threatened… Continue reading

Marysville, Tulalip police start Business Watch program

A Business Watch program is being launched in Marysville and Tulalip. Police in both communities are looking for business owners who want to… Continue reading

Trial postponed in Tulalip child’s death

The trial of a Tulalip woman whose young daughter died of neglect has been rescheduled for later this year in part to give… Continue reading

Four indicted in gun, drug trafficking case

An undercover investigation into gun and drug trafficking in Snohomish County has ended in the indictment of four felons from Marysville, including a… Continue reading

Outlet mall expansion to open June 20

Several retailers in the Seattle Premium Outlets’ new promenade expansion are scheduled to open for business on June 20, with additional retailers following… Continue reading

Retiring Marysville superintendent got schools back on track

No matter what side they were on in the fall of 2003, most people agree that the divisive 49-day teachers strike in the… Continue reading

Spike and the Impalers return to Tulalip

Music is coming back to the Tulalip Resort, with the venue’s summer concert series kicking off with a return visit by Spike and the Impalers.… Continue reading

Marijuana divides a man and his tribe

Dennis Boon was a healthy child, he says, until he was hit in the head with a 7-iron. He was 14 years old… Continue reading

Man shot with pellet gun during carjacking in Tulalip

A carjacking in Tulalip on Sunday ended in violence in Everett. A man had finished his shift at the Nike store at the… Continue reading

Cooperation credited for successful Amber Alert

An endangered newborn was found safe in Snohomish County last week because of an exhaustive effort by local, state and national authorities,… Continue reading

Three rescued after boat capsizes off Priest Point

Three people were rescued Monday afternoon when a boat reportedly capsized off of the Tulalip Indian Reservation. The mishap off Priest Point was… Continue reading

Fleeing shoplifting suspect pulls knife

A Marysville man is facing a felony assault charge after allegedly pulling a knife on a bystander during a shoplifting excursion. The incident… Continue reading

Around the county

Edmonds: Street scramble planned The inaugural Edmonds Street Scramble is planned for Saturday where people use a special map as a guide to find as… Continue reading

Infant born in Mill Creek safe after Amber Alert

A newborn was in satisfactory condition at a local hospital after authorities found her and her mother in the Tulalip area on… Continue reading

Pilfered light bulb leads to stolen car, 3 arrests

How many crooks does it take to steal a light bulb? Apparently, three. That’s what Tulalip police are alleging. Tribal officers arrested a… Continue reading

Cedar Grove says Marysville manipulated public opinion

Cedar Grove Composting officials said Thursday they sought public records from the city of Marysville to demonstrate what they believe was a clandestine… Continue reading