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 By Nathan Whalen    Schools    August 15, 2018 

School Bash helps supply Tulalip students

Nearly 2,000 Native American students will get some help from The Tulalip Tribes to prepare for the coming school year. They will attend the annual Tulalip Back to School Bash that takes place from noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 22, at the Don...

 

Tulalip Health Fair provides health screenings, information

Tulalip locals came out to receive health screenings and information about services at the annual Tulalip Health Fair on July 27. "This is our annual health fair," said Jennie Fryberg, who works for...

 

National Night Out will be Aug. 7

This Aug. 7 will be the 35th year that the National Night Out has been held across the nation, including events in Marysville, Arlington and Tulalip. The event is meant to bring together communities...

 

Arlington Brewfest returns July 21

Numerous breweries will come to Legion Park in downtown Arlington for the Arlington Brewfest, which returns to town on July 21. The event is put on by the local nonprofit organization Vision for a Cur...

 

Zackuse delivers State of the Tribes

Tulalip Tribal chairwoman Marie Zackuse talked about the Tribes' projects from the previous year and their plans for the future at her State of the Tribes address on June 29. Zackuse said that the Tri...

 

Native American students honored

Native American fifth-graders in the Marysville School District gathered at the Hibulb Cultural Center on May 31 to celebrate their elementary school graduation. Parents, school district officials...

 

Sheldon passes Washington State Bar Exam

Tulalip Tribal member Michelle Sheldon is likely the first member of the Tulalip Tribes to pass the bar and become a lawyer in Washington state. Sheldon, who had worked for the Tribes while working...

 

Preparing students for their future

With the last day of school quickly approaching, we recognize the important role we all play in preparing our local students for their futures. Families, nonprofit and service groups, cultural organizations, city, school district and other...

 

Marysville Strawberry Festival at risk

It would be a very sad day for Marysville/Tulalip citizens if the Marysville Strawberry Festival event was cancelled. This event has been a great asset to the city off Marysville and local businesses. For the past 50+ years it has grown into a...

 

Marysville plans Earth Day tree planting at Strawberry Fields

Locals can come down to Strawberry Fields Park on Earth Day this year to help plant trees, improve streams for fish and participate in games and activities. The event is on April 21 at Strawberry...

 

Helping you enjoy spring

Spring is in the air and the Marysville Tulalip community has so many great ways to get outside and get back to nature. Here are a few ideas to get you started. City of Marysville You can get your hands dirty, help Mother Earth and have fun at an...

 

Focusing on infrastructure and economic development

As we leave the winter season and enter into spring, we are graced with a little more sunshine, more people leaving their homes for outdoor activities and the simple joy of enjoying the longer days. More hours in the day also signal the beginning of...

 

State poet laureate to read at Hibulb Center

As part of the Hibulb Cultural Center's monthly poetry series, Washington state's current poet laureate Claudia Castro Luna will come to read on March 1. The program is from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at...

 

Helping you stay healthy

Health is influenced by our environment's day-to-day circumstances and experiences. Marysville’s 2016 Health Profile prepared by the Snohomish Health District reports that cardiovascular disease and cancer represent the leading causes of death at 4...

 

Police work to reduce crime in Marysville

Thanks to the efforts of the officers and leaders at the Marysville Police Department, the crime rate in the city declined over the past year. The reduction is the second year the crime rate has gone...

 

Tulalip Tribes PD dedicated to providing quality services

The Tulalip Tribes Police Department (TPD) serves the Tulalip Reservation 24/7. The department is dedicated to providing quality services with an emphasis on trust, integrity, and respect for tribal culture and customs – with a mission to support...

 

Local jurisdictions set legislative agendas

If it’s January, is must be legislative season in Olympia. With a short session ahead, it’s important for local jurisdictions to hone their priorities and clearly articulate their value to our state lawmakers. Here is an overview of the...

 

Tulalip Tribes break ground on new casino

Officials from the Tulalip Tribes broke ground on Dec. 12 for a new and expanded Quil Ceda Creek Casino that will include a hotel and parking garage. Officials say that they currently plan for the...

 

Housing Hope opens Twin Lakes Landing

Thirty-eight families who are currently homeless will soon be transitioning to new homes in Lakewood with the opening of Housing Hope's Twin Lakes Landing project. Housing Hope opened the new...

 

Flag football group hosts toy drive

The Marysville JPF adult flag football group held their annual toy drive tournament on Dec. 9, bringing in many donations for Toys for Tots. Multiple teams competed throughout the day at Tulalip's...

 

The most wonderful time of the year

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Our community truly embraces the holidays and offers many free and inexpensive ways for families to celebrate the season. Break out the calendar and find some old and new events to enjoy this year....

 

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...

 

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