Tulalip

Eric Stevick

Letter from the editor: Good-bye and many thanks

Over 40 years, journalism has shown Eric Stevick how much people care about family, community and mankind.

 

The Tulalip Tribes community members raise a fist as they gather at the last remaining building from the Tulalip Indian boarding school for a Day of Remembrance on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021 in Tulalip Reservation, Washington. The Tulalip Tribes passed a resolution proclaiming Sept. 30 as Orange Shirt Day, a day of remembrance and awareness for Residential Boarding Schools.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Shining light on the dark age of the Tulalip Boarding School

A sunset gathering Thursday brought attention to mistreatment of children at Tulalip and elsewhere.

 

Mary Johnson (Davis) (FBI)

FBI offers $10,000 reward for info on missing Tulalip woman

Mary Johnson, then 39, was supposed to get a ride from Fire Trail Road to a house near Oso on Nov. 25.

 

Phoenix Police Department Sgt. Kevin Johnson shows off the new Axon Body 2 body camera after demonstrating to fellow officers how the camera works as another precinct gets their cameras assigned to them Wednesday, July 3, 2019, in Phoenix.  Although body-worn cameras are becoming a police standard nationwide, Phoenix was among the last big departments to adopt their widespread use. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Phoenix Police Department Sgt. Kevin Johnson shows off the new Axon Body 2 body camera after demonstrating to fellow officers how the camera works as another precinct gets their cameras assigned to them Wednesday, July 3, 2019, in Phoenix.  Although body-worn cameras are becoming a police standard nationwide, Phoenix was among the last big departments to adopt their widespread use. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Recreational shellfish harvest closed in much of Puget Sound

The closure includes clams, oysters, mussels, scallops and other species, due to a bio-toxin.

Exterior of the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Tribal casinos get federal OK to set up sports betting

The Tulalips expect to have their sports book operational sometime after Nov. 1.

Exterior of the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Megan Dunn

County Councilwoman Dunn selected to serve on EPA committee

She will be the only representative from Washington on a 39-member federal advisory committee.

Megan Dunn
(Julie Muhlstein / Herald file) May 2020

Everett City Council adopts tribal land acknowledgement

The statement about the sduhubš and Tulalip Tribes people will be part of each council meeting.

(Julie Muhlstein / Herald file) May 2020

Everett council to consider tribal land acknowledgement

The council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on recognizing the historic role of indigenous peoples.

Officers escort symbolic remains of Officer Charlie Joe Cortez Tuesday afternoon at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett on August 17, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Gone but not forgotten: Memorial held for Tulalip officer

Charlie Cortez, presumed drowned nine months ago, hasn’t been found. Friends and family celebrated his life.

Officers escort symbolic remains of Officer Charlie Joe Cortez Tuesday afternoon at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett on August 17, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Charlie Cortez (Photo courtesy of Tulalip Tribes)

Memorial to be held for Tulalip officer lost at sea

The memorial for Charlie Cortez will be held next week at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett.

Charlie Cortez (Photo courtesy of Tulalip Tribes)

Inslee signs compacts for sports betting in tribal casinos

Federal review is next. Wagering on pro and college sporting events could arrive in time for fall games.

Carmen Miller, (left) helps Ezekiel Eagle with his selection at Tulalip Remedy in Tulalip on August 22, 2018.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Joints for jabs: Pot-up at a pop-up COVID vaccination clinic

Remedy Tulalip is giving away cannabis cigarettes to those 21 and older who get a shot on Tuesday.

Carmen Miller, (left) helps Ezekiel Eagle with his selection at Tulalip Remedy in Tulalip on August 22, 2018.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Exterior of the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Gambling Commission OKs pacts with tribes for sports betting

Agreements with the Tulalips, Stillaguamish and 13 other tribes await approval by the governor and the feds.

Exterior of the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Gambling Commission OKs sports betting at tribal casinos

The proposal involves 15 tribes, including the Tulalips and Stillaguamish, and now goes to the governor.

Shawn Edge, left, Robert Guss, center, Robert Lee McCracken, right, try to locate on a cellphone where Shawn Edge and Charlie Cortez fell in the water on Friday, May 28, 2021 in Possession Sound, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Six months, and still no sign of Tulalip officer who drowned

Other officers and volunteers won’t stop searching for Charlie Cortez until they can bring closure for his family.

Shawn Edge, left, Robert Guss, center, Robert Lee McCracken, right, try to locate on a cellphone where Shawn Edge and Charlie Cortez fell in the water on Friday, May 28, 2021 in Possession Sound, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
The Funko Field sign displays the phrase, "stay home stay safe stay strong!" on Friday, April 3, 2020 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

AquaSox to host vaccination clinic next week at Funko Field

Snohomish County’s task force is shifting focus from mass vaccination sites to pop-up clinics.

The Funko Field sign displays the phrase, "stay home stay safe stay strong!" on Friday, April 3, 2020 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Charlie Cortez (Photo courtesy of Tulalip Tribes)

Family reviving search for Tulalip officer missing at sea

Charlie Cortez is presumed drowned. Very low tides during the day bring a new opportunity to find him.

Charlie Cortez (Photo courtesy of Tulalip Tribes)
This photograph of Dr. Mary Evelyn Belgarde of the Pueblo of Isleta and Ohkay Owingeh in New Mexico is by Swinomish and Tulalip photographer Matika Wilbur, part of an exhibit of Native American artists at the Museum of Northwest Art in LaConner.

Hear Tulalip photographer discuss her decade-long project

Matika Wilbur captured the images and stories of Indigenous women from around the country. She’ll talk about it June 3 in Bellingham.

This photograph of Dr. Mary Evelyn Belgarde of the Pueblo of Isleta and Ohkay Owingeh in New Mexico is by Swinomish and Tulalip photographer Matika Wilbur, part of an exhibit of Native American artists at the Museum of Northwest Art in LaConner.

Painted swastikas reported in Edmonds, Tulalip

County leaders commended the residents who reported both sets of graffiti, which have been removed.