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MOA a new pathway to keep children with their families »

Misty Napeahi, Tulalip Tribes General Manager and Mel Sheldon, Tulalip Tribes Chairman, signing the government-to-government child welfare agreement between the Tulalip Tribes and the State of Washington.
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02:07 pm |   by Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  Few events are more traumatic for children than being removed from their families and entered into the foster care system. The trauma is even worse for Native…

Jan 27 2016 / Read More »

Northwest U.S. Treaty Tribes Fight Proposed Canada Oil Pipeline That Threatens Salish Sea »

Members of the Tulalip Tribe sing along the banks of the Fraser River in Chilliwack, British Columbia, as part of a ceremony to honor the waters and marine life so integral to the Coast Salish way of life.
CHRIS JORDAN-BLOCH / EARTHJUSTICE

11:09 am | Representatives from four Northwest tribes argued against oil spill risks, destructive increases in oil tanker traffic, and threats to treaty-reserved fishing rights posed by project   By:    Burnaby, British Columbia — An alliance…

Jan 22 2016 / Read More »

Celebrate Valentine’s Day: A Contemporary Love Affair From Rock N’ Roll Romance To Sublime Dining »

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01:19 pm |  Tulalip Resort Casino Offers Sweethearts Multi-Sensual Dining  Options Combined with Mesmerizing Music Tulalip, Washington – Tulalip Resort Casino knows…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »

Exploring potential sites for Gathering Hall »

There are three sites under consideration for the Gathering Hall location: The Administration Building – 
Site A, “Old Boom City” – Site B, and “Autoshop” – Site C.

02:18 pm |   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News  If you attend tribal gatherings on a regular basis you’ve probably heard concerns…

Jan 27 2016 / Read More »

MOA a new pathway to keep children with their families »

Misty Napeahi, Tulalip Tribes General Manager and Mel Sheldon, Tulalip Tribes Chairman, signing the government-to-government child welfare agreement between the Tulalip Tribes and the State of Washington.
Photo/Micheal Rios

02:07 pm |   by Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  Few events are more traumatic for children than being removed from their families…

Jan 27 2016 / Read More »

Northwest U.S. Treaty Tribes Fight Proposed Canada Oil Pipeline That Threatens Salish Sea »

Members of the Tulalip Tribe sing along the banks of the Fraser River in Chilliwack, British Columbia, as part of a ceremony to honor the waters and marine life so integral to the Coast Salish way of life.
CHRIS JORDAN-BLOCH / EARTHJUSTICE

11:09 am | Representatives from four Northwest tribes argued against oil spill risks, destructive increases in oil tanker traffic, and threats to…

Jan 22 2016 / Read More »

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    Community Open House on Tulalip Reservation Land Use, March 9

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    Celebrate Valentine’s Day: A Contemporary Love Affair From Rock N’ Roll Romance To Sublime Dining

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  • There are three sites under consideration for the Gathering Hall location: The Administration Building – 
Site A, “Old Boom City” – Site B, and “Autoshop” – Site C.

    Exploring potential sites for Gathering Hall

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  • Misty Napeahi, Tulalip Tribes General Manager and Mel Sheldon, Tulalip Tribes Chairman, signing the government-to-government child welfare agreement between the Tulalip Tribes and the State of Washington.
Photo/Micheal Rios

    MOA a new pathway to keep children with their families

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  • Members of the Tulalip Tribe sing along the banks of the Fraser River in Chilliwack, British Columbia, as part of a ceremony to honor the waters and marine life so integral to the Coast Salish way of life.
CHRIS JORDAN-BLOCH / EARTHJUSTICE

    Northwest U.S. Treaty Tribes Fight Proposed Canada Oil Pipeline That Threatens Salish Sea

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    Tulalip Resort Casino Appoints Jeremy Taisey as Chef/GM of their AAA Four Diamond Tulalip Bay Restaurant

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    Tulalips, Forterra to preserve land near Wallace River for salmon

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    Unlocking Indigenous Knowledge

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  • Researchers are casting nets into the Ebey Slough to see what fish are showing up.
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    Tulalip turning tide on diminishing salmon

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    U.S. Should Honor Billy Frank’s Dream

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  • The Quilt Walk for Justice was an effort to bring attention to the 
Dollar General V. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Supreme Court Hearing. The case has the potential to strip tribes of their 
inherent sovereignty.
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    Fighting for all of Native America

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    1st Ever Beef Jerky Outlet Opens in Pacific Northwest

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    Tulalip text information line for closures and emergencies

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    Using sports to inspire lifelong fitness

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Lady Hawks finish regular season undefeated »

10:12 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  The Tulalip Heritage Lady Hawks basketball team was 16-0 with three regular season games remaining on our last check-in. Let’s recap those final three games. On Tuesday, January 26, the girls traveled to Eastsound, WA to take on the Orcas Christian Saints. The Lady Hawks made quick work of…

Feb 3 2016 / Read More »
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day: A Contemporary Love Affair From Rock N’ Roll Romance To Sublime Dining »

01:19 pm |  Tulalip Resort Casino Offers Sweethearts Multi-Sensual Dining  Options Combined with Mesmerizing Music Tulalip, Washington – Tulalip Resort Casino knows how to translate the feelings of love. From events like the Rock Ballad Ball featuring Guns N’ Roses and Aerosmith tribute bands; to seven award-winning food and beverage outlets that feature Valentine inspired Sous Vide Lobster Medallions or…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »
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Eagle Feather Letter from State Superintendent Randy Dorn »

02:08 pm | The following letter is from Superintendent Randy Dorn regarding Tribal students wearing items of cultural significance during graduation ceremonies.…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »
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Exploring potential sites for Gathering Hall »

02:18 pm |   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News  If you attend tribal gatherings on a regular basis you’ve probably heard concerns about the fact that we hold funerals in the same places that our kids play. You’ve heard frustration that one event was cancelled to make room for another. You may have opted not to rent a…

Jan 27 2016 / Read More »
There are three sites under consideration for the Gathering Hall location: The Administration Building – 
Site A, “Old Boom City” – Site B, and “Autoshop” – Site C.

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There are three sites under consideration for the Gathering Hall location: The Administration Building – 
Site A, “Old Boom City” – Site B, and “Autoshop” – Site C.

Exploring potential sites for Gathering Hall »

02:18 pm |   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News  If you attend tribal gatherings on a regular basis you’ve probably heard concerns about the fact that we hold funerals in the same places…

Jan 27 2016 / Read More »

Health Alert: New Flu Cases at Karen I. Fryberg Health Clinic »

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10:16 am |     Submitted by Anneliese Means, RN, BSN, Community Health Nurse The flu viruses have arrived in Tulalip but it’s not too…

Jan 20 2016 / Read More »

New Look in the New Year for Tulalip’s hotel »

A glimpse at one of the renovated rooms at Tulalip Resort Casino hotel. 
Photo/Micheal Rios

01:57 pm |     By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  A new year brings hope. A new year triggers a desire to change an aspect…

Jan 6 2016 / Read More »
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Eagle Feather Letter from State Superintendent Randy Dorn »

02:08 pm | The following letter is from Superintendent Randy Dorn regarding Tribal students wearing items of cultural significance during graduation ceremonies.…

Jan 28 2016 / Read More »

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