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Marysville celebrates opening of Ebey Waterfront Trail

Local officials opened up the Ebey Waterfront Trail for public use on April 22, creating 1.8 miles of new public waterfront. Tulalip, Marysville and state officials cut the ribbon in front of a crowd on April 22 to commemorate the opening. The new...

 

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 School to talk with students.  Larsen talked with...

 

Marysville students explore options at Opportunity Expo

Marysville students met with numerous colleges, businesses, apprenticeship programs and other organizations during this year's Opportunity Expo on April 18. Marysville School District juniors came to Everett Community College during the day to get...

 

Cedar Wrapped Asparagus Bundles With Saffron

Yield: 6 Brine Ingredients: 4 cups cold water 2 tablespoon fresh garlic, chopped 1 whole lemon 1 tablespoon salt ½ teaspoon saffron (optional) It can be expensive, and avoid the Mexican saffron, which does not have the same flavor, but if do...

 

Community celebrates opening of the Ebey Waterfront Trail

The Tulalip Tribes The Tulalip Tribes lifts its hands to the City of Marysville for the completion of the current phase of the Ebey Waterfront Trail. The trail begins near Ebey Front Park and ends at the Qwuloolt Estuary which is enjoying its second season after the levy was breached in 2015. The...

 

GoFundMe campaign to replace deteriorating dog park fence

Marysville Dog Owners Group needs your help to secure funds to replace the deteriorating fence at the three-acre Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park. M-DOG two weeks ago launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money will go directly to the park...

 

Ebey Waterfront Trail opens on April 22

The first phase of Marysville’s new Ebey Waterfront Trail will be opened to the public during a community grand opening on April 22. A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m. The trail will go along the Ebey Slough waterfront and into the Qwuloolt...

 

Grilled Prawns with Tomato Basil Sauce

Now that summer is just around the corner, it is time to break out the barbecue grill, margaritas, and sunscreen (ok, maybe that's pushing it) to start enjoying the great outdoors! Prawns are a quick and easy option to throw on the grill and have an...

 

New Easter Egg Hunt raises funds for local horse rescue

Marysville and Tulalip locals came out to the All Breed Equine Rez-Q horse rescue in Tulalip to hunt for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny on April 8. This is the first year the local horse rescue has hosted an Easter Egg Hunt, which they started to pro...

 

John McCoy named Strawberry Festival Grand Marshal

State Senator John McCoy has been named as this year's Grand Marshal for the 2017 Strawberry Festival Grand Parade. "I was surprised, but very excited about the honor," said McCoy. "I look forward to leading the parade," he said. McCoy represents...

 

Journeys East Asian Ice Cream Surprise

Yield: approximately 1 quart All of the sweet creations from Tulalip Resort Casino are produced at our in-house bakery for our guests to enjoy throughout the property. At our Journeys East restaurant, the pastry team creates a signature ice cream...

 

Troy Queen

Troy Queen of Tulalip, WA, was 86 when he reunited with his wife in Heaven on April 1, 2017. Troy was born July 25, 1930, to parents, Troy and Cora (Fisher) Queen in Fisher's Camp near Marcola, Oregon. He met and married his beautiful wife, Kathy,...

 

Fitness Evolution opens in Lakewood

Lakewood's new Fitness Evolution gym will provide a convenient location for locals to workout and held its ribbon cutting on March 29. The new facility opened on March 20, at 2517 172nd Street NE in Marysville, in the Lakewood area. The new business...

 

Proud of how Strawberry Festival has been handled in the past

I read the letters in the last issue of the North County Outlook from Marysville residents that have volunteered for years and through their efforts have made "our" Marysville Strawberry Festival event one of the best in the state, and now it is being taken over by non-residents of Marysville and...

 

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 culture is living, and this is an example of that,"...

 

Cross Country for a Cure raises funds to fight cancer

For the sixth year one local Relay for Life team has raised money for cancer research with their "Cross Country for a Cure" run. This year's 5K walk or run was on March 25 and took place at the Arlington Airport Field. Money raised goes to the...

 

Working together to improve infrastructure, economic development

Public investments in infrastructure may not be exciting, but they are a critical component of planning for expected growth and attracting new businesses to the community. With 67,000 residents, Marysville is the fastest growing city in the state and the second largest city in Snohomish County....

 

Cooking with a Chef's Secret - Sauce Variations

When I tell anyone that I'm a chef, they will sometimes come back with this line ... "With all of the cooking you do for work, do you really like cooking at home?" My answer is always the same, I don't like to clean up, but I really do enjoy cooking....

 

Neil Vincent LeClair

A proud member of the Tulalip Tribes. He graduated from Marysville High School in 1953. During the summer he went to a logging camp to work with the "big boys", and then attended Seattle Pacific University for a year to study Engineering. Neil was a...

 

Jennifer Violet "Jen-Jen" Fryberg)

Jennifer Violet "Jen-Jen" Fryberg, 24, of Tulalip, WA, went to be with the love of her life, Tyler Edwards, while surrounded by her family. She was born September 16, 1992, in Everett to Dean "Diz" Fryberg Jr. and Kathryn Cavender. She followed in...

 

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, principal of Quil Ceda Elementary, said that the...

 

Alaska Halibut Pasta Salad

Serves 4-6 As the Garde Manger Chef at Tulalip Resort Casino, I like to create seasonal salads for our catering event center's special events. We like to use as many local Ingredients as we can, which helps to keep it fresh and favorable. These...

 

Raymond Cassimere Moses

Raymond Cassimere Moses, "TE-AT-MUS," Honorable Korean Veteran, passed away March 2, 2017 with his family by his side. He was born February 20, 1930 to loving parents Marya Jones-Moses and Walter Moses Sr. He was a Member of the Tulalip Tribes. He...

 

Prakorb "At" Loucks

Prakorb "At" Loucks of Marysville, WA went to join her husband, Lawrence Loucks, in Heaven on February 22, 2017. At was born on January 1, 1948 in Thailand. She lived in Marysville, WA for 35 years. She was a dedicated employee at the Tulalip Casino...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 1, 2017

Clallam Bay defeats Heritage at Regionals

The Tulalip Heritage Hawks matched up with the Clallam Bay Bruins in a win or go home game on Feb. 24. In the Regional Playoffs the Hawks and the Bruins played for the chance to go on to the State Tournament. From the tip-off both teams came out...

 

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