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Tidal Power Project In Puget Sound Abandoned By Utility »

A crew deploying a "sea spider" in 2011 to collect data from the floor of Puget Sound in Admiralty Inlet. After eight years of testing and permitting processes, the Snohomish County PUD has decided to halt the project. | credit: Ashley Ahearn |

07:37 am |     By Courtney Flatt, Northwest Public Radio A long-awaited tidal energy project in Puget Sound has come to halt. The project was set to generate electricity and connect it to the grid…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

U.S. Geological Survey Releases Tribal Engagement Policy »

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The cover of the new circular on engaging with tribes on climate change, released by the U.S. Geological Survey.

10:44 am | Indian Country Today, 9/29/14 Many U.S. government agencies of late—from the President’s office on down—have been touting the value and necessity of working with tribes on matters of climate change. Now the U.S.…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »
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Voter registration deadline fast approaching for the Nov. 4 General Election »

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09:38 am |     Source: Snohomish County Auditor’s Office Take the first step to ensuring your voice will be heard in…

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Stillaguamish Tribe chairman named to Indian fisheries post »

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09:25 am |   By Kari Bray, The Herald Shawn Yanity, chairman of the Stillaguamish Tribe, has been elected vice chair of…

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County Exec. & 44th Rep. candidates meet at forum »

Democrat Mike Wilson, candidate for the 44th District Representative race, addresses the crowds at the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Sept. 26.
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09:22 am |   By: Brandon Adam, Marysville Globe TULALIP — Candidates for the 44th Legislative District Representative and Snohomish County Executive…

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Washington Ballot Measure Targets Online Gun Sales »

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07:59 am | By Austin Jenkins, Northwest News Network This November, Washington voters will decide whether to require background checks for person-to-person…

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Senate Passes Sens. Moran and Heitkamp Bill to End IRS’ Unfair Treatment of Indian Tribes »

01:15 pm |  By PoliticalNews.me - Sep 24,2014 – Senate Passes Sens. Moran and Heitkamp Bill to End IRS’ Unfair Treatment of…

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  • Democrat Mike Wilson, candidate for the 44th District Representative race, addresses the crowds at the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Sept. 26.
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FILE - This Sept. 23, 2012 file photo shows buffalo in Custer State Park in western South Dakota. U.S. senators from the Dakotas and other areas are making another attempt at having the bison declared the national mammal. Sens. Tim Johnson and John Thune of South Dakota and John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota are among those introducing the National Bison Legacy Act on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Amber Hunt, File)

    Tribes from US, Canada sign bison treaty.

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  • The Navajo Nation will receive $554 million from the U.S. to settle claims of mismanaged funds. Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly, left, talks with tribal presidential candidate Kenneth Maryboy this year. (Ross D. Franklin / Associated Press)

    U.S. settlement with Navajo Nation is largest ever for a tribe

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    Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock Casting a Big Shadow in Wisconsin

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    Partnerships helping rebuild Spirit Lake child protection programs

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    Quinault Nation president picked as leader of Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

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    Coastal First Nations Support NDP Bill to Protect Pacific Northwest

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    Tribal chief: No FedEx until Redskins change team name

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    Feds funding ‘navigators’ to encourage signups

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  • l-R) Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and Speaker Pro Temp LoRenzo Bates held a signing ceremony for a $554 million settlement of a lawsuit against the U.S. at the executive offices in Window Rock, Ariz., on June 4, 2014. Photo by Marley Shebala.

    U.S. to pay Navajo Nation $554 million in largest settlement with single Indian tribe

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FCC Considering Move To Ban Washington Redskins Nickname »

07:55 am | By Alina Selyukh, Huffington Post WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission is considering whether to punish broadcasters for using the moniker of the Washington NFL team, the Redskins, a word many consider a slur to Native Americans, the agency’s chairman indicated on Tuesday. The FCC, which enforces broadcast indecency violations, has received…

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Voter registration deadline fast approaching for the Nov. 4 General Election »

09:38 am |     Source: Snohomish County Auditor’s Office Take the first step to ensuring your voice will be heard in the Nov. 4 general election by registering to vote no later than Monday, Oct. 6.   Registering to vote is easy. You can register: ·       online at www.vote.wa.gov; ·       by mail; or ·       in person at…

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Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock Casting a Big Shadow in Wisconsin »

07:59 am | By Nancy Smith, Sunshine State News The Seminole Tribe of Florida has proposed a partnership between its Hard Rock International casinos and the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin, a deal that could channel millions of dollars in profits from the Badger State back to Florida. The proposal to open an $808 million casino complex at a…

Sep 29 2014 / Read More »
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1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk »

07:28 am | The Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawk Booster club and the Tomahawk Cross Country Team are hosting this 1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk. Break out the old dance attire, you will be running to the soft rock hits of the 80s and competing for some cool prizes while getting your fitness on. Visit mpbosters.com for online registration.…

Sep 14 2014 / Read More »
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Stillaguamish Tribe chairman named to Indian fisheries post »

09:25 am |   By Kari Bray, The Herald Shawn Yanity, chairman of the Stillaguamish Tribe, has been elected vice chair of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. “I’m there for the commission to help carry the voice of the 20 tribes in their interests,” Yanity said. “It’s a huge honor, and it’s a huge responsibility.” The commission, based…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »
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Stillaguamish Tribe chairman named to Indian fisheries post »

09:25 am |   By Kari Bray, The Herald Shawn Yanity, chairman of the Stillaguamish Tribe, has been elected vice chair of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. “I’m there for the commission to…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

Full term for Sen. John McCoy »

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09:28 am | Source: The Herald State Sen. John McCoy, D-Tulalip, is bracingly honest, a virtue that can feel out of place in the glad-handing…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »

Washington Ballot Measure Targets Online Gun Sales »

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07:59 am | By Austin Jenkins, Northwest News Network This November, Washington voters will decide whether to require background checks for person-to-person gun sales. Initiative 594…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »
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Education

Children’s Reading Time at Hibulb Cultural Center, Sept 13 »

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09:37 am | Dillon Carpenter will be at the Hibulb Cultural Center September 13, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. for the Childrens Reading Time event.…

Sep 12 2014 / Read More »

Marysville educator recognized for advocating for Natives »

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Anthony Craig (center), co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, stands with his wife and children next to him and Marysville education leaders behind him after being given the "Outstanding Young Educator" award during the Sept. 2 Marysville School Board meeting.

07:58 am | Anthony Craig, co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, received the “Outstanding Young Educator” award on Sept. 2.     By Christopher Andersson,…

Sep 10 2014 / Read More »
Oglala native language program gets grant » New app to help parents prevent bullying » Marysville School District schools obtain 21st Century Learning Center Grant » American Indian College Fund Poised for Growth » M’ville students learn about cardiac arrest »
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1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk »

07:28 am | The Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawk Booster club and the Tomahawk Cross Country Team are hosting this 1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk. Break out the old dance attire, you will be…

Sep 14 2014 / Read More »

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