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Department of the Interior Announces Final Federal Recognition Process to Acknowledge Indian Tribes »

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01:59 pm |       Date: June 29, 2015 Contacts: Jessica Kershaw (DOI), Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov Nedra Darling (ASIA), 202-219-4152 Initiative Reforms a Process Long Criticized as “Broken,” Increases Transparency in Important Review of Tribal Recognition Status WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary…

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Hooked: Swinomish Fish Co. Supplying Salmon for Haggen Supermarkets »

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Mike Cladoosby and Kevin Day Sr. are Swinomish fishermen. The Swinomish Fish Company, a tribe-owned business that buys their catch, has an agreement to supply fish to Haggen, a supermarket chain.

09:19 am | Richard Walker, Indian Country Today Swinomish Fish Company, owned by the Swinomish Tribe, is supplying Baker Lake spring chinook salmon to the largest independent grocery retailer in the Pacific Northwest. Haggen Food &…

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Battle brews anew over case of Indian money »

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03:44 pm | Federal judge to hear arguments about $380M left over from USDA discrimination settlement. By Jonathan Ellis, Argus Leader A…

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Connecticut officials praise changes on tribal recognition »

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03:31 pm | By Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut’s top elected leaders are declaring victory in their efforts to see…

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Feds accuse Missouri man of posing as Indian to sell art »

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03:14 pm | By Tony Rizzo, The Kansas City Star The tradition of Native American art is as rich and varied as…

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Unofficial results show Principal Chief Bill John Baker re-elected to lead Cherokee Nation »

In this June 6, 2011, file photo, Bill John Baker waits for a debate in Claremore, Okla. The Cherokee Nation re-elected Baker as principal chief on Sunday, June 28, 2015, according to preliminary results, calming concerns that a four-candidate field would result in another tumultuous election to lead one of the largest American Indian tribes. (AP Photo/David Crenshaw, File) (The Associated Press)

02:52 pm | By Allen Reed, Associated Press The Cherokee Nation re-elected Principal Chief Bill John Baker on Sunday, according to preliminary…

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Department of the Interior Announces Final Federal Recognition Process to Acknowledge Indian Tribes »

Bureau of Indian Affairs Osage Agency

01:59 pm |       Date: June 29, 2015 Contacts: Jessica Kershaw (DOI), Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov Nedra Darling (ASIA), 202-219-4152 Initiative Reforms a Process Long Criticized as…

Jun 29 2015 / Read More »

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  • In this June 6, 2011, file photo, Bill John Baker waits for a debate in Claremore, Okla. The Cherokee Nation re-elected Baker as principal chief on Sunday, June 28, 2015, according to preliminary results, calming concerns that a four-candidate field would result in another tumultuous election to lead one of the largest American Indian tribes. (AP Photo/David Crenshaw, File) (The Associated Press)

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    Department of the Interior Announces Final Federal Recognition Process to Acknowledge Indian Tribes

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  • Bridget Besaw / Swinomish Tribe Archive
Mike Cladoosby and Kevin Day Sr. are Swinomish fishermen. The Swinomish Fish Company, a tribe-owned business that buys their catch, has an agreement to supply fish to Haggen, a supermarket chain.

    Hooked: Swinomish Fish Co. Supplying Salmon for Haggen Supermarkets

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Alaska’s largest tribe vows FedEx boycott until Redskins sponsorship revoked »

03:25 pm | By Brandon Schlager, Perform Media, Sporting News At 30,000 members strong nationwide, Alaska’s largest Native American tribe has taken direct aim at FedEx in the hope that the shipping giant’s financial clout might persuade the Washington football team to change its racially-charged nickname once and for all. Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska says it…

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Battle brews anew over case of Indian money »

03:44 pm | Federal judge to hear arguments about $380M left over from USDA discrimination settlement. By Jonathan Ellis, Argus Leader A federal judge Monday will hear opinions on what to do with $380 million left over from a settlement that was meant to reimburse Native Americans who were discriminated against by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. District…

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Feds accuse Missouri man of posing as Indian to sell art »

03:14 pm | By Tony Rizzo, The Kansas City Star The tradition of Native American art is as rich and varied as the many tribes of North America. And many collectors and aficionados willingly pay premium prices for it. But that also makes buyers susceptible to counterfeiters — people willing to risk violating the federal law that prohibits…

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Third graders present cultural fair highlighting STI curriculum »

03:36 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – In the midst of summer excitement, third graders from Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary School presented the last project of the school year to their peers, which incorporated the Since Time Immemorial curriculum. On Thursday, June 11, third graders hosted a mini cultural fair where they presented information…

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Quil Ceda student Bryce shares what he learned about the Suquamish Tribe to school staff. 
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Living Wise and Living Strong »

10:05 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News   Tribal elders from several different tribes have joined together to promote healthy lifestyles. These participants earned their medicine pouches and meet on a monthly basis, sometimes weekly, to maintain their goals and support each other with health goals to keep them living strong. Sponsored by Tulalip’s Diabetes Care…

Jun 25 2015 / Read More »
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Living Wise and Living Strong »

10:05 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News   Tribal elders from several different tribes have joined together to promote healthy lifestyles. These participants earned their medicine pouches and meet on a…

Jun 25 2015 / Read More »

Assuming the helm: Theresa Sheldon talks about the Quil Ceda Village Council »

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02:02 pm |   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News  Quil Ceda Village is far more than the economic arm of the Tulalip Tribes; it’s a…

Jun 24 2015 / Read More »

Chinook Indian Nation elects new leader »

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Tony Johnson tells the Chinook legend of Coyote and the first salmon Friday.

10:24 am | Chinook Indian Nation chooses new leader at annual meeting; former tribal council chair Ray Gardner died earlier this year. By Katie Wilson,…

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Professor Looks At Evolution Of American Indian Education »

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04:48 pm |   By Samantha Sonner, KRWG.org New Mexico is a state rich in American Indian culture and history, but the way American Indian…

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Larsen Leads Bill To Reauthorize School Safety Program »

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11:10 am | Source: Rep. Rick Larsen, WA-2 WASHINGTON, D.C. (link)—Today,Reps. Rick Larsen, WA-02, Mike Coffman, CO-06, and Suzan DelBene, WA-01, introduced a bill to help…

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Third graders present cultural fair highlighting STI curriculum »

03:36 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – In the midst of summer excitement, third graders from Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary School presented the last project of the school year…

Jun 17 2015 / Read More »

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