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Events planned for Veterans Day

Those who wish to honor veterans during this Veterans Day can find local events in Marysville, Arlington and Tulalip this year. Veterans Day is on Saturday, Nov. 11, the day peace was officially declared in World War I. Arlington’s American Legion...

 

Hibulb hosts child archeologists

Tulalip and Marysville children got to dig through the sand and touch some archaeological artifacts at the Tulalip Tribe's Hibulb Cultural Center during Children's Archaeology Day on July 15. "The Hib...

 

Tulalip Tribes host coastal jams to promote indigenous music, culture

For the past few months the Hibulb Cultural Center in Tulalip has hosted Coast Salish music jams to help keep traditional indigenous music going. "This is a cultural center. It's a place where our...

 

Committing to a healthy lifestyle

February is American Heart Month, and a great time for our local community members to commit to living healthy lifestyles that involve lots of physical activity and eating right. Heart disease is a leading cause of death for men and women. According...

 

Marysville, Tulalip share rich history

The city of Marysville, Marysville School District, and the Tulalip Tribes are proud to present our monthly joint column. This month we highlight the shared history of the Marysville-Tulalip community. The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History...

 

Tulalip, Marysville events honor those who have served

His 20 years as an active-duty Marine ended in 1991, but former Gunnery Sgt. Cy Hatch III still reported promptly to the Hibulb Cultural Center on Nov. 11, where he and his fellow Tulalip Tribal...

 

Tulalip exhibit explores colors

A new exhibit, designed for kids and parents, is now open at the Hibulb Cultural Center in Tulalip and explores colors and how the Tulalip Tribes have used them in the past. "Vibrant Beauty: Colors...

 

Tulalip native Matika Wilbur shares photography exhibit

Nationally recognized Tulalip photographer Matika Wilbur returned home on Oct. 23 to open a display of her newest collection of photographs at the Hibulb Cultural Center. Her collection, "Natural...

 

Museum showcases Native art

The works of art on display as part of the Hibulb Cultural Center's new exhibit, "Coast Salish Inheritance: Celebrating Artistic Innovation," are as unique and varied as the artists who are...

 

Hibulb Cultural Center exhibit highlights local tribal art

The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve will host "Coast Salish Inheritance: Celebrating Artistic Innovation," a new temporary exhibit that features contemporary and traditional Coast...

 

Breaking ground at museum site

Just over a year ago the Marysville Historical Society hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking event at the organization’s Armar Road property, near Jennings Park, signifying that the long-awaited...

 

400 acres near Marysville close to being restored as an estuary habitat

One of the largest environmental projects in the northwest, the Qwuloolt Estuary restoration, is beginning its final phase soon and could be completed in 2014. The estuary project will restore the...

 

Madison named Artist of the Year

A crowd of supporters packed Schack Art Center Aug. 15 when Tulalip artist James Madison was honored as Artist of the Year. Madison's solo show in the Schack gallery reflected the range of art that...

 

Eat healthier with Tulalip Clinic’s new community garden

Monica Hauser (left), diabetes educator and Veronia Leahy, diabetes program coordinator at the Tulalip Health Clinic, at the site of the newly opened health clinic garden on June 11.   The...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Schools    June 4, 2013

Marysville educators honored at reception

The Hibulb Cultural Center was filled with well-wishers offering earnest handshakes and maybe a few tears as the communities of Marysville and Tulalip gathered to thank and congratulate...

 

Help document Tulalip history

Lita Sheldon, a Tulalip tribal member, has devoted most of her adult life to the preservation of the history and culture of local native Americans. While employed by the Tulalip Tribes, she managed th...

 

Partnerships that strengthen our community

This “Building Bridges” column is the second in a new monthly series that highlights the strong relationships and partnerships between leaders of the City of Marysville, Tulalip Tribes...

 

Mayor establishes new Youth Council

Mayor Jon Nehring of Marysville believes the voice of Marysville's youth needs to be a bigger part of the dialogue when talking about how the community builds for tomorrow. To help promote that idea, Nehring is establishing a new Youth Council to...

 

Food traditions explored during Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month, as proclaimed by President Barack Obama, and Nov. 23, 2012, is Native American Heritage Day. What started at the turn of the century as an effort...

 

In honor of those who serve

Veterans Day is coming on Sunday, Nov. 11, and many organizations around Snohomish County are holding events to commemorate the sacrifices and contributions made by past and current military service...

 

See Tulalip artist's work at Kayak Point

Scale is not a problem for Tulalip artist James Madison. His oversized works of art are on display in many public places around the region and across the nation. Most local residents are familiar...

 

Hibulb Museum celebrates anniversary

The Hibulb Cultural Center and Nature Preserve, located on the Tulalip Reservation and filled with artifacts that demonstrate the culture and history of the Tulalip Tribes, celebrated its one-year...

 

Hibulb Museum preserves tribal culture

After years of planning, research and construction, the Tulalip Tribes' cultural center will open to the public Saturday, Aug. 20, at noon. The Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve,...

 

Tulalip Tribes gives $35,000 for TV series on Native Americans

The Tulalip Tribes has announced its support of a pilot episode for "Growing Native," a new 13-part television series, with a $35,000 award from the Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund. A joint...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    April 9, 2009

Tribes report on progress, challenges at chamber meeting

The Tulalip Tribes are not immune to the economic downturn, and tribal leaders are heeding the advice of their elders to make wise choices for the good of the community. That's the message delivered...

 

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