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Mountain Camp 2015: Walking in the footsteps of our ancestors »

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12:14 pm |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News; Photos courtesy of Libby Nelson, Tulalip Environmental Policy Analyst Wilderness. The wild. Whether intentional or not, using the world “wild” to designate landscape and environment sets the…

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Hard Work Leads To Recovery of Summer Chum »

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10:33 am | By Lorraine Loomis, Chair, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission   Hood Canal/Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca summer chum is the only threatened salmon population in western Washington showing clear signs of recovery. It’s…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »
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Hard Work Leads To Recovery of Summer Chum »

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10:33 am | By Lorraine Loomis, Chair, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission   Hood Canal/Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca summer chum is…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »

Detectives Seek Information about Fatal Collision »

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01:54 pm |     EVERETT, Wash. – Collision Investigation Unit detectives are looking for information about the fatal collision that occurred…

Aug 25 2015 / Read More »

Seattle School Named After Robert Eagle Staff, Fourth to Have Indigenous Name »

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The names of Robert Eaglestaff (left) and Billy Frank Jr. were among those being considered for a new middle school proposed on an important Duwamish site in the Licton Springs neighborhood of Seattle. The school will be named for Eaglestaff.

07:00 am | Richard Walker, Indian Country Today Seattle’s newest middle school will be named for the late Robert Eagle Staff, Lakota,…

Aug 25 2015 / Read More »

Tribal Casino In Michigan Stops Revenue-Sharing Payments Because Of Online Lottery Launch »

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03:52 pm | The Gun Lake Tribe Says I-Lotto Violates Compact By Brian Pempus, www.cardplayer.com A Native American tribe with a casino…

Aug 24 2015 / Read More »

Power Plants on Indian Reservations Get No Break on Emissions Rules »

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03:37 pm | Four of the dirtiest plants, which sit on Native American soil, were expecting more lenient goals under the Clean…

Aug 24 2015 / Read More »

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Coach from England teaching tennis to Pine Ridge students »

02:34 pm | By Associated Press PINE RIDGE (AP) — A longtime tennis coach in England has been offering free tennis classes on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Leigh Owen, 50, has been visiting Pine Ridge regularly since 1997 and has been enamored with the people and their culture since he was an 8-year-old boy, when he asked…

Aug 24 2015 / Read More »
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Hard Work Leads To Recovery of Summer Chum »

10:33 am | By Lorraine Loomis, Chair, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission   Hood Canal/Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca summer chum is the only threatened salmon population in western Washington showing clear signs of recovery. It’s thanks to a 20-year cooperative effort by state and tribal salmon co-managers, conservation groups, local governments and federal agencies that is balancing…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »
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Edgy, urban fashion in Marysville »

10:39 am |   by Kim Kalliber, Tulalip News Bright colors and bold statements from a bright and bold woman. Tulalip tribal member Georgina Medina recently opened Zurban Wear, a hip, urban clothing retail store in north Marysville. Boasting a laid-back vibe with racks of layer-friendly tanks, billowing tunics, trendsetting leggings, and bold t-shirts, fashion forward men and…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »
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Seattle School Named After Robert Eagle Staff, Fourth to Have Indigenous Name »

07:00 am | Richard Walker, Indian Country Today Seattle’s newest middle school will be named for the late Robert Eagle Staff, Lakota, principal of American Indian Heritage High School from 1989-1996. The Seattle School Board voted June 17 in favor of the naming. “The extensive community engagement naming process has resulted in majority support to honor the accomplishments…

Aug 25 2015 / Read More »
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The names of Robert Eaglestaff (left) and Billy Frank Jr. were among those being considered for a new middle school proposed on an important Duwamish site in the Licton Springs neighborhood of Seattle. The school will be named for Eaglestaff.

Edgy, urban fashion in Marysville »

10:39 am |   by Kim Kalliber, Tulalip News Bright colors and bold statements from a bright and bold woman. Tulalip tribal member Georgina Medina recently opened Zurban Wear, a hip, urban clothing retail store in north Marysville. Boasting a laid-back vibe with racks of layer-friendly tanks, billowing tunics, trendsetting leggings, and bold t-shirts, fashion forward men and…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »
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Edgy, urban fashion in Marysville »

10:39 am |   by Kim Kalliber, Tulalip News Bright colors and bold statements from a bright and bold woman. Tulalip tribal member Georgina Medina recently opened Zurban Wear, a hip, urban clothing…

Sep 1 2015 / Read More »

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‘In The Spirit’ Contemporary Native Art at Tacoma Art Museum Through August »

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01:49 pm |   by Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  The Washington State History Museum, located in Tacoma, is currently celebrating the Pacific Northwest’s distinctive Native…

Aug 19 2015 / Read More »

Back to School Extravaganza, Sept 2 »

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06:00 pm | Tulalip Tribal member youth and other Native American students enrolled in the Marysville School District can receive a backpack and school supplies,…

Aug 13 2015 / Read More »
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The Post-Intelligencer Collection, Museum of History & Industry/AP Image
The names of Robert Eaglestaff (left) and Billy Frank Jr. were among those being considered for a new middle school proposed on an important Duwamish site in the Licton Springs neighborhood of Seattle. The school will be named for Eaglestaff.

Seattle School Named After Robert Eagle Staff, Fourth to Have Indigenous Name »

07:00 am | Richard Walker, Indian Country Today Seattle’s newest middle school will be named for the late Robert Eagle Staff, Lakota, principal of American Indian Heritage High School from 1989-1996. The Seattle…

Aug 25 2015 / Read More »

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