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Edmonds School District seeks Tulalip input on new Native curriculum »

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10:36 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News “He took my sacred place and ripped it in half! I knew it was going to happen, but it still made me sad,” stated a third grade…

May 25 2016 / Read More »

Training for a better tomorrow »

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12:10 pm |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News On Monday, May 16, twenty-one Native students were honored with a graduation banquet at the Hibulb Cultural Center for their commitment to training for a better tomorrow.…

May 18 2016 / Read More »
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Deborah Parker named to Democrat’s Platform  Committee »

Deborah Parker, vice chair of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington state, reacts to President Barack Obama signing the Violence Against Women Act in 2013 in Washington.
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09:21 am |     Press Release, TrahantReports.com  WASHINGTON – First the news. Then the context. The news is that Deborah Parker…

May 26 2016 / Read More »

Servin’ up Tulalip: Ryan’s REZ-ipes offers tasty, unique dishes »

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08:09 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  New food truck hits the streets of Tulalip. Tribal Member, Ryan Gobin, talks…

May 26 2016 / Read More »

NPLCC Seeks Tribal Climate Change Management Intern  »

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07:16 am | Special Announcement from the North Pacific LCC In partnership with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) and Indian Affairs Northwest, the North Pacific…

May 26 2016 / Read More »

Poll shows Tulalip overwhelmingly in favor of term Indian, split on Redskin »

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12:31 pm | By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  A few days ago the Washington Post, a daily newspaper widely circulated in Washington…

May 25 2016 / Read More »

The World Day you’ve never heard of »

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10:42 am | By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  You’ve all heard of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, right?…

May 25 2016 / Read More »

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Deborah Parker named to Democrat’s Platform  Committee »

09:21 am |     Press Release, TrahantReports.com  WASHINGTON – First the news. Then the context. The news is that Deborah Parker has been named to the Democratic National Convention’s Platform Committee. That’s both remarkable and important. She was appointed by Bernie Sanders. As Nicole Willis posted on Facebook: “I am beyond pleased that American Indian and Alaska…

May 26 2016 / Read More »
Deborah Parker, vice chair of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington state, reacts to President Barack Obama signing the Violence Against Women Act in 2013 in Washington.
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sgʷigʷialʔtxʷ at 20: Building upon the past, visioning into the future »

08:10 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News    The House of Welcome Longhouse Education and Cultural Center located at Evergreen State College in Olympia is celebrating 20 years of groundbreaking work. Work that emphasizes promoting indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, and creative expression. The House of Welcome celebrates the essence of that work…

May 18 2016 / Read More »
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	Richard Rowland (Native Hawaiian). 2005. Clay, marsupial bones, umbrella, stove top element, obsidian. “The works I sometimes make are directly associated with the idea of transformation, adaptability, and the responsibilities I feel toward my culture and toward my community of people, animals, and the whole natural world. I use natural materials in an organically abstracted way that expresses who I am and where I came from – mainly my ancestral beginning, which are deeply rooted somewhere between the landscape and the heavens.”

The World Day you’ve never heard of »

10:42 am | By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  You’ve all heard of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, right? Wait, you haven’t? No, it’s not Earth Day. It’s more like Earth Day’s illegitimate step-child. Saturday, May 21, was the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development (we’ll just call it World Day), just…

May 25 2016 / Read More »
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Servin’ up Tulalip: Ryan’s REZ-ipes offers tasty, unique dishes »

08:09 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  New food truck hits the streets of Tulalip. Tribal Member, Ryan Gobin, talks about his new business, his unique menu, and his long time passion for food. What inspired you to open your own food truck? My inspirational drive comes from within myself in wanting to inspire others to…

May 26 2016 / Read More »
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Servin’ up Tulalip: Ryan’s REZ-ipes offers tasty, unique dishes »

08:09 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  New food truck hits the streets of Tulalip. Tribal Member, Ryan Gobin, talks about his new business, his unique menu, and his long time…

May 26 2016 / Read More »

sgʷigʷialʔtxʷ at 20: Building upon the past, visioning into the future »

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	Richard Rowland (Native Hawaiian). 2005. Clay, marsupial bones, umbrella, stove top element, obsidian. “The works I sometimes make are directly associated with the idea of transformation, adaptability, and the responsibilities I feel toward my culture and toward my community of people, animals, and the whole natural world. I use natural materials in an organically abstracted way that expresses who I am and where I came from – mainly my ancestral beginning, which are deeply rooted somewhere between the landscape and the heavens.”

08:10 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News    The House of Welcome Longhouse Education and Cultural Center located at Evergreen State College in…

May 18 2016 / Read More »

Hibulb United Schools Spring Pow Wow brings community together »

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02:39 pm |   by Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News The Hibulb United Schools Spring Pow Wow was held at Totem Middle School on Saturday May…

May 16 2016 / Read More »
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New MPHS cafeteria marks another milestone in community recovery »

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07:39 am |     by Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  Shovels and hard hats were on deck as ground was broken for a new cafeteria…

May 11 2016 / Read More »

M-PHS Commons Groundbreaking, April 29 »

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08:59 am | Please join Marysville School District staff, teachers, students, and families for a groundbreaking ceremony marking the beginning of a fresh start for…

Apr 25 2016 / Read More »
Marysville School District partners with Everett Community College to help students plan their future » Hibulb United Schools Spring Powwow, May 14 » Rally YES! For Marysville Schools, April 16 » Credit Building and Home Buying Seminar, March 31 & April 4 » Girls Group gains leadership experience in D.C. »
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The World Day you’ve never heard of »

10:42 am | By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  You’ve all heard of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, right? Wait, you haven’t? No, it’s not Earth Day. It’s more like…

May 25 2016 / Read More »

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