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08:54 am | If you see George Comenote, please contact Willa McLean, 425.905.0632. He has been missing since yesterday morning. He was last seen in the Mission Highlands Development. George was wearing blue jeans, dark grey…

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Washington State Official Joins Northwest Tribes in Urging Oil Train Regulation »

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This derailment and explosion of a train carrying Bakken crude in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, Canada in July 2013, killed 47 people. Northwest tribes and the State of Washington say, 'No thanks.'

07:42 am |     Indian Country Today   Washington State’s rail system is aging, and that combined with the flammability of Bakken crude oil spell danger for ecosystems and people, a top official and 10…

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Teen Missing at Tulalip »

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08:54 am | If you see George Comenote, please contact Willa McLean, 425.905.0632. He has been missing since yesterday morning. He was…

Nov 25 2014 / Read More »

School Board hears First Reading of “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum »

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07:55 pm | Source: Marysville School District   On November 17, 2014, the Marysville School District Board of Directors heard a report…

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Hundreds of American Indians Rally Against Washington NFL Team »

Norman “Wounded Knee” O’Deocampo addresses the protesters.

11:16 am |   By Blu Wakpa, Native News Online , November 24, 2014   OCCUPIED TAMIEN OHLONE TERRITORY (Santa Clara, California) – After…

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09:58 am | Snohomish County Crime & Community request your assistance to with removal of the red and white unity ribbons.  …

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Ancient canoe exhibit inspires thousands at Chickasaw Cultural Center »

Chickasaw Cultural Center Director of Operations Brad Deramus admires a huge dugout canoe dating to approximately 1500 A.D. It is on loan to the center from the Department of Mississippi Archives and History to augment the world-class Dugout Canoes: Paddling through the Americas currently on display through May 6, 2015, at the Sulphur, Oklahoma, location.

07:39 am |   By: Chickasaw Nation   SULPHUR, Okla. – They were the metaphorical pickup trucks of their day. Native Americans…

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Hundreds of American Indians Rally Against Washington NFL Team »

11:16 am |   By Blu Wakpa, Native News Online , November 24, 2014   OCCUPIED TAMIEN OHLONE TERRITORY (Santa Clara, California) – After successful demonstrations in O’odham (Glendale, Arizona) and Dakota (Twin Cities, Minnesota), four-hundred Indigenous Peoples and their allies poured into Tamien in solidarity with a national grassroots campaign to change the name and mascot of the Washington…

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Norman “Wounded Knee” O’Deocampo addresses the protesters.

Teen Missing at Tulalip »

08:54 am | If you see George Comenote, please contact Willa McLean, 425.905.0632. He has been missing since yesterday morning. He was last seen in the Mission Highlands Development. George was wearing blue jeans, dark grey cardigan with a flannel, and all black converse shoes.…

Nov 25 2014 / Read More »
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Art Of The American West Comes To The Tacoma Art Museum »

07:48 am |   By Jennifer Wing, KPLU Images of the American West line the walls of a brand new addition to the Tacoma Art Museum. The collection, a gift from a German family with ties to the Northwest, is a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition that is raising the museum’s profile. The transformation of the Tacoma Art Museum over the last…

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School Board hears First Reading of “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum »

07:55 pm | Source: Marysville School District   On November 17, 2014, the Marysville School District Board of Directors heard a report from Dr. Kyle Kinoshita, Executive Director of Learning and Teaching, for the following instructional materials:  “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal sovereignty curriculum.  In 2009, the state legislature passed State House Bill 1495, strongly encouraging all districts, especially…

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Art Of The American West Comes To The Tacoma Art Museum »

07:48 am |   By Jennifer Wing, KPLU Images of the American West line the walls of a brand new addition to the Tacoma Art Museum. The collection, a gift from a German family with ties to the Northwest, is a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition that is raising the museum’s profile. The transformation of the Tacoma Art Museum over the last…

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Art Of The American West Comes To The Tacoma Art Museum »

07:48 am |   By Jennifer Wing, KPLU Images of the American West line the walls of a brand new addition to the Tacoma Art Museum. The collection, a gift from a German family…

Nov 24 2014 / Read More »

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It’s Nearly Thanksgiving: Try One of These 6 Recipes From the College Fund »

This image of another variation on sweet potato soup is from TheVegan8.com, which provides 8-ingredient vegan recipes.

03:10 pm |     Indian Country Today     The American Indian College Fund is featuring six Native recipes to help families prepare for a wonderful…

Nov 19 2014 / Read More »

Marysville Pilchuck High School seeking community volunteers »

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12:14 pm | By Kim Kalliber, Tulalip News Marysville Pilchuck High School staff are working to get back on track with regular class schedules following…

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School Board hears First Reading of “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum »

07:55 pm | Source: Marysville School District   On November 17, 2014, the Marysville School District Board of Directors heard a report from Dr. Kyle Kinoshita, Executive Director of Learning and Teaching, for…

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