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Annual cedar pulling event showcases cultural traditions and departmental coordination »

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12:26 pm |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News ; Photos courtesy of Ross Fenton Over the weekend of June 17, the Tulalip Tribes membership was once again afforded the opportunity to participate in the cultural upbringings…

Jun 22 2016 / Read More »

Tulalip Amphitheatre sold-out for vocal talents of Rhonda and Diana Ross »

Photo courtesy of  John Lappen

10:29 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News “If you want to understand electricity, get yourself a seat anywhere Rhonda Ross performs!” – NightLife Exchange   Singer-Songwriter, Rhonda Ross is an African Diasporic Woman of the…

Jun 22 2016 / Read More »
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Tulalip Welcomes, Honors First Salmon »

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01:27 pm |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  At the Tulalip Tribes Annual Salmon Ceremony, Vice-Chairman Glen Gobin spoke passionately about…

Jun 15 2016 / Read More »

Record amount of participation and contribution at Boys & Girls Club Auction »

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11:11 am |     By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  During the evening of Saturday, June 11, the Tulalip Resort Casino’s Orca…

Jun 15 2016 / Read More »

The Choctaw v climate change: ‘The earth is speaking’ »

Wilson Roberts, an elder member of the Choctaw nation, believes the earth is out of balance [Nicholas

07:50 am | In the US, members of the Choctaw nation fight to reclaim their relationship with the land in a world…

Jun 15 2016 / Read More »

Co-Stewardship Ensures Tulalip Cultural Traditions Live On »

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10:34 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News; Photos Courtesy of Libby Nelson, Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources   Annually, the Tulalip…

Jun 14 2016 / Read More »

Quinault Indian Nation Lead Entity to Host Tour and Public Meeting on Salmon Habitat Restoration »

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08:47 am | Contact:   Steve Robinson (360) 951-2494     Water4fish@comcast.net               QUINAULT, WA ( 6/10 /16) — Quinault Indian Nation, Lead Entity…

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    “Being Frank” Cooperation helps us survive

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    Othello Tiny House Village Holds Community Celebration

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    Lushootseed: Preserving a legacy, teaching a new generation

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Tulalip Welcomes, Honors First Salmon »

01:27 pm |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  At the Tulalip Tribes Annual Salmon Ceremony, Vice-Chairman Glen Gobin spoke passionately about the importance of keeping Tulalip traditions alive on Saturday June 11, 2016.  Inside the Longhouse, the Vice-Chairman expressed how great it was to see Tulalip youth involved in the culture, stating that they are Tulalip’s future…

Jun 15 2016 / Read More »
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Tulalip Amphitheatre sold-out for vocal talents of Rhonda and Diana Ross »

10:29 am |   By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News “If you want to understand electricity, get yourself a seat anywhere Rhonda Ross performs!” – NightLife Exchange   Singer-Songwriter, Rhonda Ross is an African Diasporic Woman of the World. Bilingual in French and English (and raising her son to be fluent in four languages), Rhonda knows how to communicate with…

Jun 22 2016 / Read More »
Photo courtesy of  John Lappen

Making Cedar Graduation Caps »

09:36 am |   “The creation story of Coast Salish people explains that there once lived a good man who always gave away his belongings and food to others. The creator recognized the man’s kindness and declared that once the man dies, a red cedar tree will grow where he is buried and the tree will continue to…

Jun 13 2016 / Read More »
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Explosive business and bargains at Boom City »

09:55 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  Fireworks could be heard from the I-5 freeway on a cloudy Monday afternoon as vendors at Boom City were seen putting the finishing touches on their spray-paint graffiti decorated stands on June 20, 2016. Boom City, located in the lot behind the Tulalip Resort and Casino, officially opened June…

Jun 22 2016 / Read More »
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Explosive business and bargains at Boom City »

09:55 am |   By Kalvin Valdillez, Tulalip News  Fireworks could be heard from the I-5 freeway on a cloudy Monday afternoon as vendors at Boom City were seen putting the finishing touches…

Jun 22 2016 / Read More »

Record amount of participation and contribution at Boys & Girls Club Auction »

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11:11 am |     By Micheal Rios, Tulalip News  During the evening of Saturday, June 11, the Tulalip Resort Casino’s Orca Ballroom was home…

Jun 15 2016 / Read More »

“Being Frank” Cooperation helps us survive »

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08:59 am |     By Lorraine Loomis, Chair, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission   I am glad that the treaty tribes in western Washington were finally able…

Jun 7 2016 / Read More »
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Education

NACTEP – Native American Career & Technical Education Program »

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09:15 am | by  Jeanne Steffener, Tulalip Tribes Higher ED Have you heard of the Native American Career & Technical Education Program (NACTEP)? More than…

May 29 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? Wait, you haven’t?…

May 25 2016 / Read More »
New MPHS cafeteria marks another milestone in community recovery » M-PHS Commons Groundbreaking, April 29 » 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 »
The finishing touches.

Making Cedar Graduation Caps »

09:36 am |   “The creation story of Coast Salish people explains that there once lived a good man who always gave away his belongings and food to others. The creator recognized the…

Jun 13 2016 / Read More »

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