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Missing Section Of Nez Perce Trail Holds Little-Known Part Of History »

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08:21 am |   By Jessica Robinson, NW News Network   The story most people learn about the Nez Perce Tribe and the capture of Chief Joseph doesn’t tell the whole history.   Ruth Wapato of…

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A New PNW Alliance Aims to Shield the Salish From Destruction »

The Nawt-sa-maat is fighting to save the Salish Sea from destruction. Photo by Kelton Sears

02:22 pm | Native Americans, environmentalists, and fed-up citizens unite to keep corporations from turning the region into a fossil fuel corridor     By Kelton Sears, Wed., Sep 10 2014, Seattle Weekly   On August…

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Missing Section Of Nez Perce Trail Holds Little-Known Part Of History »

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08:21 am |   By Jessica Robinson, NW News Network   The story most people learn about the Nez Perce Tribe and…

Sep 13 2014 / Read More »

‘Am I Next?’ Indigenous Women in Canada Ask Social Media »

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Holly Jarrett, cousin of murdered Inuit university student Loretta Saunders, has begun a social media campaign to push for a national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada.

11:31 am |   Indian Country Today, 9/9/14   It’s the heartbreaking question of our time, at least in Canada, where indigenous…

Sep 11 2014 / Read More »

Burke Museum Hopes To Bring Original Kwakwaka’wakw Seahawks Mask to Seattle »

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08:22 am |   By Kelton Sears, Seattle Weekly   During the apex of Seahawks fever earlier this year, U.W. art students…

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“If We Cannot Escape, Neither Will the Coal” »

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08:08 am | Northwest Tribes and First Nations block fossil fuel exports. Eric de Place (@Eric_deP) and Nick Abraham, Sightline Daily, September…

Sep 10 2014 / Read More »

Marysville educator recognized for advocating for Natives »

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Anthony Craig (center), co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, stands with his wife and children next to him and Marysville education leaders behind him after being given the "Outstanding Young Educator" award during the Sept. 2 Marysville School Board meeting.

07:58 am | Anthony Craig, co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, received the “Outstanding Young Educator” award on Sept. 2.    …

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Holly Jarrett, cousin of murdered Inuit university student Loretta Saunders, has begun a social media campaign to push for a national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada.

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Anthony Craig (center), co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, stands with his wife and children next to him and Marysville education leaders behind him after being given the "Outstanding Young Educator" award during the Sept. 2 Marysville School Board meeting.

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Chuck Smythe, director of the History and Culture Department for the Sealaska Heritage Institute, holds a recently acquired wooden panel that appears to be part of an Tlingit bentwood box with a painted Chilkat design. The panel was bought at a contested auction in Paris by the Annenberg Foundation and donated to SHI.

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Legislation Would Deny Funding To Schools With Unauthorized Native American Mascots »

10:15 am |     By CBS4 DENVER (CBS4) - Schools that use nicknames based on Native American names or imagery must seek tribes’ permission or lose funding under a bill proposed by a Colorado lawmaker. Joseph Salazar, a House Democrat from Thornton, said the measure will help get rid of unauthorized mascots at Colorado’s public schools. “There…

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Missing Section Of Nez Perce Trail Holds Little-Known Part Of History »

08:21 am |   By Jessica Robinson, NW News Network   The story most people learn about the Nez Perce Tribe and the capture of Chief Joseph doesn’t tell the whole history.   Ruth Wapato of Spokane is the granddaughter of one of the members of the Nez Perce Tribe who fought alongside Chief Joseph in 1877. Credit…

Sep 13 2014 / Read More »
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Children’s Reading Time at Hibulb Cultural Center, Sept 13 »

09:37 am | Dillon Carpenter will be at the Hibulb Cultural Center September 13, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. for the Childrens Reading Time event.…

Sep 12 2014 / Read More »
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1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk »

07:28 am | The Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawk Booster club and the Tomahawk Cross Country Team are hosting this 1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk. Break out the old dance attire, you will be running to the soft rock hits of the 80s and competing for some cool prizes while getting your fitness on. Visit mpbosters.com for online registration.…

Sep 14 2014 / Read More »
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Good food and good company for a good cause »

07:29 am | Annual Taste of Tulalip event benefits local non-profits   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News Sumptuous food, locally roasted coffee and custom blended wines are some of the images that spring to mind when you mention the Taste of Tulalip. However, according to Tulalip Resort Casino (TRC) Food and Beverage Director Lisa Severn, the event is…

Sep 13 2014 / Read More »
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Good food and good company for a good cause »

07:29 am | Annual Taste of Tulalip event benefits local non-profits   By Niki Cleary, Tulalip News Sumptuous food, locally roasted coffee and custom blended wines are some of the images that spring…

Sep 13 2014 / Read More »

Tribes, State Help Landowners Minimize Elk Damage »

Tulalip tribal staff build a five-strand electric fence to keep elk out of a planted corn field.

09:16 am |   By Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission   Many property owners with agricultural lands in Skagit and Whatcom counties have experienced elk damage…

Sep 12 2014 / Read More »

Radio transmitters lead biologists to salmon »

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11:12 am |   Gary Chittim, KING 5 News   NEAR ENUMCLAW, Wash. — Tribal Biologist Justin Paul said a program that uses radio transmitters…

Sep 11 2014 / Read More »
September is National Preparedness Month » Burke Museum Hopes To Bring Original Kwakwaka’wakw Seahawks Mask to Seattle » Fish migrate into upper Elwha River for first time in century » Marine Survival Project Looks at Salmon Poisoning Disease » Honoring the Spirit of All Cowlitz People Pow Wow, Sept 20 »

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Children’s Reading Time at Hibulb Cultural Center, Sept 13 »

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09:37 am | Dillon Carpenter will be at the Hibulb Cultural Center September 13, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. for the Childrens Reading Time event.…

Sep 12 2014 / Read More »

Marysville educator recognized for advocating for Natives »

Christopher Andersson

Anthony Craig (center), co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, stands with his wife and children next to him and Marysville education leaders behind him after being given the "Outstanding Young Educator" award during the Sept. 2 Marysville School Board meeting.

07:58 am | Anthony Craig, co-principal of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary, received the “Outstanding Young Educator” award on Sept. 2.     By Christopher Andersson,…

Sep 10 2014 / Read More »
Oglala native language program gets grant » New app to help parents prevent bullying » Marysville School District schools obtain 21st Century Learning Center Grant » American Indian College Fund Poised for Growth » M’ville students learn about cardiac arrest »
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1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk »

07:28 am | The Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawk Booster club and the Tomahawk Cross Country Team are hosting this 1st Annual Homecoming 5k fun Run/Walk. Break out the old dance attire, you will be…

Sep 14 2014 / Read More »

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