Diane Janes has been collecting tribal photos for years
Date: 05/23/2013 | Local News
TULALIP -- Hank Gobin lived to see his dream come true: the creation of a museum to serve as the focal point of local tribal history and culture.Gobin, 71, cultural resources director for the Tulalip Tribes, passed away Thursday -- a little more than 1½ years after...
Date: 05/02/2013 | Local News
TULALIP -- Mel Sheldon wanted his State of the Tulalip Tribes speech to be educational, informative and leave those who listened to it with a better understanding of the Tulalip Tribes.
Date: 04/27/2013 | Local News
Entering her final year in office, former Gov. Chris Gregoire found herself in a difficult spot: Indian tribes, powerful supporters of the governor, wanted stricter water pollution rules. The current regulations mean tribal members, along with sport fishermen and some other Washington...
Date: 04/24/2013 | Local News
Tribal museum features work of early photographers
Date: 04/15/2013 | Local News
In 1978, North Creek -- which originates in south Everett and runs south to Lake Washington -- was teeming with chinook, coho and sockeye salmon, along with steelhead and cutthroat trout."The fish were so thick you could literally walk across their backs during the spawning...
Date: 04/09/2013 | Local News
Tulalip parents learn Lushootseed to pass it on to kids
Date: 03/31/2013 | Local News
Forced to leave Tulalip land, residents preserve home
Date: 03/29/2013 | Local News
SEATTLE -- The Duwamish Tribe of Seattle has another shot at gaining federal recognition after a federal judge ruled in the tribe's favor.
Date: 03/26/2013 | Northwest
WASHINGTON -- Congress on Thursday gave Indian tribes new power to prosecute non-Indians in tribal courts for any crimes linked to domestic violence.
Date: 03/01/2013 | Nation & World
EVERETT -- While a federal study recently gave an environmental OK to the Snohomish County Public Utility District's plan to try out two tidal power turbines, some don't agree with the conclusion.Three Indian tribes, a cable...
Date: 02/19/2013 | Local News
Courageously she stood, a blanket around her shoulders. Roxanne Chinook wasn't alone in the Tulalip Tribes' Hibulb Cultural Center Longhouse.
Date: 02/15/2013 | Local News
Decades-long residents must leave cabins (gallery)
Date: 02/15/2013 | Local News
A French film crew plans to visit the Tulalip Indian Reservation next week to work on a short documentary and conduct interviews regarding the reauthorization efforts there for the Violence Against Women Act.Tulalip officials last year, including...
Date: 02/07/2013 | Sirens
A new squad car is rolling around Granite Falls, thanks to a donation from the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.Granite Falls police have been hurting for cars for a long time now. It didn't help when one of...
Date: 01/31/2013 | Sirens
ARLINGTON -- The Skagit River's bald eagles get plenty of attention, but the Stillaguamish River watershed also supports one of the largest populations of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states.
Date: 01/30/2013 | Local News
Tulalip Heritage student hopes to join Coast Guard
Date: 01/28/2013 | Life
Jim Pepper was known for pioneering the fusion jazz movement as well as being the kind of musical innovator who blended jazz with American Indian music.
Date: 01/26/2013 | Life
Tribe's $5 million investment helping Arlington company
Date: 01/10/2013 | Business
EVERETT -- Snohomish County Superior Court Judge Bruce Weiss doesn't expect the kids in drug court to tell him everything.He also knows that many of them need to speak up or they're won't get clean and sober.
Date: 12/24/2012 | Local News
TULALIP -- Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., is poised to take on the chairmanship of the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs.
Date: 12/17/2012 | Local News
Tulalip woman starts journey to show Indians as they are
Date: 11/25/2012 | Local News
BISHOP, Calif. -- Ancient hunters and gatherers etched vivid petroglyphs on cliffs in the Eastern Sierra that withstood winds, flash floods and earthquakes for more than 3,500 years. Thieves needed only a few hours to cut them down and haul them away.
Date: 11/23/2012 | Nation & World
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission recently won an award for a documentary they made about traffic-safety improvements on the Colville Indian Reservation.
Date: 11/21/2012 | Sirens
Tulalips, Providence partner to transform waiting room
Date: 11/16/2012 | Local News
The trend of buying, cooking and eating locally grown food is going native with a new exhibit that explores the renewal of local native food traditions.
Date: 10/31/2012 | Life
MARYSVILLE -- Fines that landscaping and construction-materials company Pacific Topsoils paid last year for environmental violations on Smith Island have been put to use to restore part of the Snohomish River estuary.
Date: 10/31/2012 | Local News
Tribe's nursery’s native plants key to habitat projects
Date: 10/27/2012 | Local News
TULALIP -- The Snohomish County Arts Commission plans to dedicate a new work of public art by James Madison at noon on Saturday at Kayak Point Regional Park, 15610 Marine Drive, south of Stanwood.
Date: 10/19/2012 | Local News
Marsville Pilchuck may change its Tomahawk mascot name
Date: 10/07/2012 | Local News
TULALIP -- In the early 1980s, Karen Fryberg got laid off from her job at the Tulalip health clinic.Now the clinic is named for her.
Date: 09/20/2012 | Local News
Old farm is now a park and wetland that cleans stormwater
Date: 09/15/2012 | Local News
TULALIP -- After several years of negotiations, the Tulalip Tribes and the state have reached an agreement for joint management of hatchery Chinook salmon aimed at rebuilding stocks of the threatened species.
Date: 09/03/2012 | Local News
Celebration marks anniversary of Hibulb cultural center
Date: 08/16/2012 | Local News
Tribes, biologists work to protect important fish
Date: 08/14/2012 | Local News
WASHINGTON -- Climate change is sweeping indigenous villages into the sea in Alaska, flooding the taro fields of native Hawaiians and devastating the salmon population from which Indian tribes in Washington state draw their livelihood, tribal leaders testified Thursday at a Senate hearing.
Date: 07/20/2012 | Nation & World
Northwest tribes press government to take more control
Date: 07/14/2012 | Local News
The story of the return of shovel-nose dugout river canoe for the Stillaguamish and Sauk-Suiattle tribes is scheduled to be told in Washington, D.C., next week at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian.
Date: 07/13/2012 | Local News
The world is a poorer place with the July 1 passing of Donna Cooper.
Date: 07/13/2012 | Need to Know
EVERETT -- Cedar Grove Composting is asking permission from the state to release an unlimited amount of phosphorus -- a substance that in large amounts can harm fish -- into Steamboat Slough from its plant on Smith Island.
Date: 07/02/2012 | Local News