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09:29 am | For Healthy Rivers, Farms, Communities in the Face of Climate Change  Written by Cathy Baker, Federal Director of Government Relations, April 21, 2015 Photograph by John Marshall On the eve of Earth day,…

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9th Cir. Rejects Tribe’s Bid for Gaming Machines »

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04:27 pm | By June Williams, Courthouse News Service (CN) – The 9th Circuit denied the Tulalip Tribes’ bid for additional licenses for video gambling machines, despite the tribe’s claim other members of the state gaming…

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Local leaders gather to discuss community recovery updates »

Rochelle Lubbers, Tulalip Recovery Manager, City of Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon, Dr. Beck Berg, Marysville School District Superintendent and Tara Mizell,  City of Marysville Recovery Manager.
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01:10 pm |   Press Release: Marysville School District, City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes TULALIP – Six months after the tragic…

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Native Actors Walk off Set of Adam Sandler Movie After Insults to Women, Elders »

Actor Loren Anthony stands next to a seated Adam Sandler on the set of 'Ridiculous Six.' Photo source: instagram.com/lorenanthony

10:22 am | By Vincent Schilling, IndianCountyTodayMediaNetwork.com Approximately a dozen Native actors and actresses, as well as the Native cultural advisor, left…

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New law makes Native Americans eligible for school choice program »

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02:06 pm | By The White Mountain Independent Gov. Doug Ducey has signed SB1332 into law, officially expanding the state’s innovate Empowerment…

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Jim Belushi and The Sacred Hearts to Perform at American Indian College Fund’s 25th Anniversary Chicago Gala »

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11:10 am | Source: American Indian College Fund DENVER, April 23, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) has…

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Indian Congress, Pearl Jam join Blackfeet in fight against leases »

John Murray, Chief Earl Old Person and Tyson Running Wolf announced Wednesday a national campaign to cancel oil and gas leases in the Badger-Two Medicine area.(Photo: Courtesy photo)

03:42 pm | By Karl Puckett, Great Falls Tribune The Blackfeet Tribe and National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) announced a campaign…

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --04/14/15-- John Berrey, chairman Quapaw tribe, with Tamela Tenpenny-Lewis (center) and Carla Coleman, both with Preservation of African-American Cemetaries, near the 160 acres that the Quapaw tribe owns on Thibault Rd. in Pulaski County Tuesday. A Quapaw burial site also contains graves of slaves.

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  • FILE -- In this Jan. 26, 2004, file photo, Rep. John McCoy, D-Tulalip, listens to testimony in Olympia, Wash. Washington tribes and the country’s largest American Indian organization say when a state agency recently stopped running criminal background checks for emergency child placement situations, they put children at risk. The groups are urging officials to reinstate the background check process or let tribes have access to the national database for these emergency situations. McCoy, a state Democrat who represents the Tulalip district, said the dispute is yet another problem tribes are having with access to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. (AP Photo/Louie Balukoff, File)

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Bill would ban California schools from using ‘Redskins’ »

10:30 am | By Shawn Jansen, Merced Sun-Star Public schools in California would have to stop using the term “Redskins” for their sports teams or mascot if a bill is approved by state legislators. Assembly Bill 30, authored by Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville, would prohibit schools from using the name beginning Jan. 1, 2017. If the legislation becomes…

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Members of the Chowchilla High School Marching Band display their “Redskin” banner in 2009. Chowchilla would have to stop using Redskins if the Legislature approves a ban of the name. Lisa James Merced Sun-Star file

Local leaders gather to discuss community recovery updates »

01:10 pm |   Press Release: Marysville School District, City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes TULALIP – Six months after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, local leaders gathered for an update on the accomplishments of Marysville/Tulalip United, a community group tasked with coordinating long-term recovery, and discussed the recovery efforts currently planned for the coming months.…

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Rochelle Lubbers, Tulalip Recovery Manager, City of Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon, Dr. Beck Berg, Marysville School District Superintendent and Tara Mizell,  City of Marysville Recovery Manager.
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Native Actors Walk off Set of Adam Sandler Movie After Insults to Women, Elders »

10:22 am | By Vincent Schilling, IndianCountyTodayMediaNetwork.com Approximately a dozen Native actors and actresses, as well as the Native cultural advisor, left the set of Adam Sandler’s newest film production, The Ridiculous Six, on Wednesday. The actors, who were primarily from the Navajo nation, left the set after the satirical western’s script repeatedly insulted native women and elders…

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Actor Loren Anthony stands next to a seated Adam Sandler on the set of 'Ridiculous Six.' Photo source: instagram.com/lorenanthony

EMU’s Native American student group asks university for more support during rally »

11:06 am | By Ben Baird, The Ypsilanti Courier YPSILANTI — In response to an April 11 off-campus party where Eastern Michigan students allegedly dressed in Native American garb and painted their faces red, a university student organization took a public stand Wednesday saying they will not accept silence or for this to be swept under the rug.…

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The Native American Student Organization at Eastern Michigan University held a rally Wednesday, April 22, in reaction to a report some students dressed in Native American garb and painted their faces red during an off-campus party. BEN BAIRD-WASHTENAW NOW

Local leaders gather to discuss community recovery updates »

01:10 pm |   Press Release: Marysville School District, City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes TULALIP – Six months after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, local leaders gathered for an update on the accomplishments of Marysville/Tulalip United, a community group tasked with coordinating long-term recovery, and discussed the recovery efforts currently planned for the coming months.…

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Rochelle Lubbers, Tulalip Recovery Manager, City of Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon, Dr. Beck Berg, Marysville School District Superintendent and Tara Mizell,  City of Marysville Recovery Manager.
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Rochelle Lubbers, Tulalip Recovery Manager, City of Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring, Tulalip Tribes Chairman Mel Sheldon, Dr. Beck Berg, Marysville School District Superintendent and Tara Mizell,  City of Marysville Recovery Manager.
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Local leaders gather to discuss community recovery updates »

01:10 pm |   Press Release: Marysville School District, City of Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes TULALIP – Six months after the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, local leaders gathered for an update…

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Women Marines Association’s WA-3 North Sound Chapter will host Alfie Alvardo-Ramos, May 2 »

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10:01 am | Source: Press Release, Women Marines Assocation WA-3 North Sound MARYSVILLE – On May 2, the Women Marines Association’s WA-3 North Sound Chapter…

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03:28 pm |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News   Saykred Thoughtz is a product of Derek Prather. Derek Prather is a product of Tulalip.…

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