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Marysville food bank helps families celebrate Thanksgiving

The Marysville Community Food Bank began handing out their Thanksgiving food baskets to local families and individuals in need on Nov. 17. The baskets include a turkey for anyone who wants one and a v...

 

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...

 

Working together to help our neighbors

As the weather gets colder and we approach the holiday season, some of our neighbors are struggling to make ends meet. This can be an even more difficult time for people who don’t have enough resources to meet their family’s food and clothing...

 

New trailhead for Ebey Waterfront Trail

The city of Marysville opened up their new trailhead for the Ebey Waterfront Trail so that the trail now directly connects to Ebey Waterfront Park. The new addition opened on Oct. 9. Previously...

 

Community events support local youth

Supporting our youth is one of the most important things a community can do. That’s the focus of Unity and Wellness Month activities presented throughout October by Tulalip Tribes Youth Services, and also promoted by the Marysville School District...

 

Tulalip Tribes' Unity Month begins with Color Run

Tulalip Youth Services kicked off their Unity Month with a 'Say Something' Color Run meant to promote mental health on Oct. 7. "Today is a color run for suicide prevention awareness," said Rachel...

 

Larsen tours Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by the recently opened Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital to get a tour of the region's new facility. The 115-bed hospital opened in June at 3955 156th St. NE, Marysville....

 

Health District provides needle clean-up kits

Free needle clean-up kits are now available to help residents or businesses who want to dispose of discarded drug needles found in their community. The program began as a partnership between the...

 

Susan Lynette Jones

Susan was born in Tacoma, WA to Henry and Rose Sicade. She is a member of the Tulalip Tribes. She lived in Tacoma until about the age of 16. She then moved to Muckleshoot Reservation where settled...

 

Tulalip Tribes help raise awareness, remember overdose victims

The Tulalip Tribal community participated in International Overdose Awareness Day with their own event commemorating those who have passed, and raising awareness about overdose issues on Aug. 31. "We...

 

Michael Rae Sheldon

Michael Rae Sheldon, 64 of Tulalip passed away August 28, 2017 four months from his 65th birthday. He was born December 28, 1952 in Everett, WA to Melvin R and Nola Sheldon. Mike grew up his early...

 

Tulalip Tribes host Back to School Bash

Local native students received free backpacks, school supplies and participated in rides and games at Tulalip Tribes' Annual Back to School Bash on Aug. 23. The event at the Don Hatch Youth Center...

 

Tulalip Community Health Dept. holds overdose awareness event

In response to three recent overdoses in the Tulalip community, the Tulalip Community Health Department is holding an overdose awareness event on Aug. 31, to coincide with International Overdose Awareness Day. The event is at the Tulalip Community...

 

Wayne Warren Williams

Wayne Warren Williams, 89, of Tulalip passed away August 2, 2017. He was born May 10, 1928 in Everett, Washington to Francis and Harriette Williams. Wayne worked on the ferry boats for the Black Ball...

 

MSD's Remle earns national award

Matt Remle, a Native American liaison for the Marysville School District, was recently recognized as the National Indian Education Association's Educator of the Year. Remle said the news definitely...

 

Behavioral hospital in Smokey Point opens

The 70,000 square foot, 115 bed, Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital held its grand opening and ribbon cutting July 13. The new mental health hospital will provide services for those dealing with drug...

 

Community gets to tour new M-PHS Commons

Locals were invited to see the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Commons on June 10 and check out the school's newest addition. The Marysville School District held an open house at the new Commons and...

 

Fish, wildlife return to Qwuloolt Estuary

The Tulalip Tribes gave their first update on the restoration of the Qwuloolt Estuary since they breached the local dike in September of 2015. The project to restore the estuary area near the...

 

Auction raises $16,000 for Marysville Food Bank

The local Marysville Community Food Bank raised about $16,000 during their first ever Comedy Show and Silent Auction Fundraiser on May 20. The auction was the first time the local food bank has tried...

 

Auction raises funds for Tulalip Boys & Girls Club

The Tulalip Tribes raised funds for the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club during their 19th annual "It's for the Kids" fundraising auction on May 20. The annual event brings together hundreds of...

 

Partnerships support youth

This year, the Tulalip Tribes, city of Marysville and Marysville School District collaborated to present monthly articles on our joint work and community efforts. With graduation quickly approaching, we reflect on the important role our partnerships...

 

War canoe racers compete on Tulalip Bay

The Tulalip Tribes held their third annual war canoe races on May 6 and 7 this year. Numerous racers of all ages, and from single rowing to teams of many people, competed in the races throughout 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...

 

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...

 

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