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Salvation Army looking for bell ringers

The Marysville/Tulalip branch of the Salvation Army will kick off their bell ringing fundraising efforts on Nov. 17 and is hoping to attract more volunteers for this year. The Salvation Army's red...

 

Tulalip Tribes honor local charities

The Tulalip Tribes charitable fund has donated $7.5 million in the last year to local organizations and held their Raising Hands Celebration to recognize the work done with some of those funds. The...

 

Tribes celebrate new pipeline

The Tulalip Tribes celebrated on April 28 the completion of a new pipeline from Everett that will serve the Tribes' water needs for possibly the next 100 years. The pipeline connects to Everett's...

 

Larsen meets with students, Tulalip Board

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, of Washington's 2nd District, stopped by Tulalip on April 21 to talk with the new Tulalip Tribal Board about the impacts of budget cuts, and then visited Mountain View High...

 

State Board of Ed. visits Quil Ceda Elementary

The Washington State Board of Education came to visit Quil Ceda Elementary on March 7 to see the school’s integration of Native American culture into elementary school learning. Cory Taylor,...

 

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

The city of Marysville, Marysville School District, and the Tulalip Tribes are proud to present our monthly joint column. This month we are celebrating Native American Heritage Month by acknowledging the value of the Since Time Immemorial (STI)...

 

Salvation Army kicks off bell ringing

The Salvation Army of Marysville/Tulalip kicked off their kettle donation collection outside grocery stores on Nov. 18. The bell ringers that can be found around grocery stores with their red kettle...

 

Tulalip Wellness Court will provide addicts new path to community

The Tulalip Tribes hope their new Tulalip Wellness Court will help drug addicts in the legal system find community support to lead a sober and healthy life. U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen came to visit the...

 

Tulalip Tribes honor charities

The Tulalip Tribes thanked hundreds of non-profit organizations for their contributions to the community as part of their annual Raising Hands event on Oct. 22. About 420 organizations were invited...

 

Partnership is a strength of M'ville/Tulalip community

Partnership is one of the strengths of the Marysville/Tulalip community. Here we believe that organizations and entities working together can accomplish so much more than we each would on our own. That’s why we’re excited to introduce a new...

 

Sheldon presents State of the Tribes

Mel Sheldon Jr., Chairman of the Tulalip Tribes, talked about projects the Tribes have completed and the $150 million in future projects during his State of the Tribes address on June 24. Sheldon...

 

Tulalip Tribes open skate park, ballfield

Tulalip children and teenagers will have a new ballfield and skate park open near the Don Hatch Teen Center this summer. The Tulalip Tribes held the grand opening for the Debra Barto Memorial Skate...

 

Marysville community comes together to show strength, reflect on emotions

One year after the Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting in which five students died, many in the community came to the campus to reflect on the grief, anger and other emotions they still feel. In...

 

Official M-PHS shooting report released

The official report on last year’s Oct. 24 Marysville-Pilchuck High School shootings was released on Sept. 1 by the Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART). The roughly 1,400-page report contains witness statements, text messages...

 

Local officials praise Qwuloolt project

As the Qwuloolt estuary project nears completion, officials hope that the restoration of the wetlands area just west of Marysville's Sunnyside area will benefit local ecosystems all along the...

 

Levee breach helps restore habitat

The Qwuloolt estuary in Marysville came one step closer to reality on Aug. 28 as an Ebey Slough levee was breached. In what will be one of the final steps of the Qwuloolt Estuary Restoration Project,...

 

War canoe races return to Tulalip

The Tulalip Tribes held war canoes races last weekend on Aug. 22 and Aug. 23, bringing back an annual event the area used to have almost 40 years ago. Dozens of racers of all ages, from single rowing...

 

Community invited to participate in #MPStronger - A Walk of Strength

Students, staff, first-responders and community members are invited to #MPstronger – A Walk of Strength, a year after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.  The community-led...

 

Community invited to #MPstronger – A Walk of Strength on Oct. 24

Students, staff, first-responders and community members are invited to #MPstronger – A Walk of Strength, a year after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.  The community-led...

 

Partnership makes education a priority

"Building Bridges" is a series of monthly columns to appear in the North County Outlook and written in rotation by leaders of the city of Marysville, Tulalip Tribes and Marysville School...

 

Sheldon gives annual 'State of the Tribes'

Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon Jr. talked about upcoming projects like the Qwuloolt Estuary, a new tribal justice center and a new building for the Quil Ceda Creek Casino during his "State of the...

 

Tulalip jobs skills program builds homes for Nickelsville

The 16 graduates of Tulalip Tribes' construction training program built a new project this year as part of their program: two homes for the Seattle homeless encampment Nickelsville. The 12-week...

 

Tulalip Tribes file suit to defend right to tax tribal economic development

The Tulalip Tribes and its political subdivision, the Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village, filed suit on June 12 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington asking the Court to permanently enjoin the State of Washington...

 

Education summit reinforces city's goals

The Marysville School District, under the leadership of Superintendent Becky Berg, recently hosted a highly insightful summit on education that asked an auditorium filled with 300 people--including...

 

Dreaming big for Marysville kids

Marysville Getchell's gym was filled with a diverse group of people on Saturday morning, all gathered to participate in the school district's day-long educational summit, "Dream Big for Kids." The 250...

 

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