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Caption: Portland Harbor Superfund Site, Portland, Oregon.

07:40 am | Terri Hansen, Indian Country Today   After lingering for 14 years as the largest Superfund site in Oregon, and affecting the traditional gathering and ceremonial grounds of area tribes for decades, the first…

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Bellingham council votes to recognize Coast Salish Day »

Johnny Moses, a member of the Tulalip Tribe, smiles as he speaks before a signing ceremony by Seattle Mayor Ed Murray for a resolution designating the second Monday in October as Indigenous People's Day, Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, in Seattle. Murray invited city council members and tribal leaders to the Monday afternoon signing ceremony for resolution, which the council approved a week earlier, designating it as a day to celebrate the culture and contributions of Native Americans. The second Monday in October is celebrated nationally as Columbus Day, which also has been a day to celebrate people of Italian heritage. ELAINE THOMPSON — AP Photo

11:06 am | By Samantha Wohlfeil, The Bellingham Herald BELLINGHAM — By a 6-0 vote, City Council officially recognized Coast Salish Day on the date federally recognized as Columbus Day at its regular Monday night meeting,…

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Avatar 2 To Feature Native American Cast Members: Shooting Begins 2015 For 2016 Release »

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10:45 am | By Mehdi Khomein Abadi, Air Herald Shooting for Avatar 2, the sequel to James Cameron’s world wide box office…

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Jackson County being pressured to open satellite office for voters »

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03:53 pm |   By Andrea J. Cook, Rapid City Journal Despite complaints from four Native Americans, South Dakota Secretary of State…

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Court orders tribal night deer case re-opened »

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12:03 pm | TODD RICHMOND, Associated Press SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. (AP) – A federal appeals court on Thursday ordered a Madison judge…

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Lake Traverse Indian Reservation receives $63.5 million in fractionated land purchase offers »

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11:45 am | Participants in Voluntary Land Buy-Back Program Have 45 Days to Respond Source: DOI Media Release WASHINGTON – Building off…

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Tribal-state relations improved, not healed »

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11:13 am | By Mark Walker, Argus Leader On the eve of Native American Day in South Dakota and near the anniversary…

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    Long-empty jail taking in American Indian inmates

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  • Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly (L) puts a blanket on the shoulders of U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell after a ceremonial signing of a record multi-million-dollar settlement, in Window Rock, Arizona, at the Navajo Nation, Sept. 26, 2014.

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Lady Hawks show team spirit in spite of tough game against Highlanders, 0-3 »

11:47 am | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – Tulalip Heritage Lady Hawks hosted the Providence Classical Christian Highlanders on Monday, October 20, at the Francy J. Sheldon Gymnasium at Heritage High School. The Lady Hawks were up for a tough battle when they walked on the court to play the Northwest 1B varsity volleyball league’s…

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Avatar 2 To Feature Native American Cast Members: Shooting Begins 2015 For 2016 Release »

10:45 am | By Mehdi Khomein Abadi, Air Herald Shooting for Avatar 2, the sequel to James Cameron’s world wide box office smash, begins in 2015, and new casting call information reveals the inclusion of Native Americans in supporting roles. Filming will be split between Manhattan Beach, California, and a location in New Zealand. The film is currently…

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The power of a pirouette »

03:17 pm | By Marshall Terrill, Special to GetOut of The East Valley Tribune Maria Tallchief was considered America’s first major prima ballerina and was the first Native American to hold such distinction. Tallchief’s innovative role as the first sugar plum fairy in ‘Nutcracker’ and passionate dancing revolutionized the ballet but offstage her life was filled with personal…

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Hibulb Cultural Center to hold annual Halloween party, Oct. 26 »

11:40 am | Tulalip Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve will be hosting their annual Halloween Event on Sunday, October 26, from 1: 00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Families are encouraged to dress in costume while attending the event, which will feature crafting projects, story time for youth and a movie. For more information contact, Mary Jane…

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Granite Falls, Tulalip seek EMS renewals »

07:37 am | By Rikki King, The Herald GRANITE FALLS — Fire districts in Granite Falls and Tulalip are asking voters to approve permanent emergency medical services levies to replace existing six-year levies. The matters are on the November general election ballot. Both levies would draw 50 cents per $1,000 of property value, or $100 for the owner…

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Granite Falls, Tulalip seek EMS renewals »

07:37 am | By Rikki King, The Herald GRANITE FALLS — Fire districts in Granite Falls and Tulalip are asking voters to approve permanent emergency medical services levies to replace existing six-year levies.…

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Totem Middle School lock down lifted »

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02:21 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News MARYSVILLE – Totem Middle School was placed on lock down after police searching for a suspect…

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Local food bank helps Tulalip families in need »

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11:45 am | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – Tulalip Church of God, known locally as the ‘red church,’ helps families in the…

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Hibulb Cultural Center to hold annual Halloween party, Oct. 26 »

11:40 am | Tulalip Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve will be hosting their annual Halloween Event on Sunday, October 26, from 1: 00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Families are encouraged to…

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