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Ocean Life Faces Mass Extinction, Broad Study Says »

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07:55 am | By Carl Zimmer, New York Times A team of scientists, in a groundbreaking analysis of data from hundreds of sources, has concluded that humans are on the verge of causing unprecedented damage to…

Jan 27 2015 / Read More »

Groundbreaking Conference to Discuss Legalizing Marijuana in Indian Country »

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01:11 pm | Indian Country Today   The, tribes of marijuana is a growing trend in discussions from Washington, D.C. to state government offices and most recently on tribal reservations. In February the subject matter will…

Jan 26 2015 / Read More »
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Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization »

Photo courtesy Hibulb Cultural Center
Boys from the Tulalip Indian Boarding School marched in their uniforms to the longhouse for the Treaty Days celebration. It was the first day they were allowed to witness their culture without punishment.

09:26 am | By Andrew Gobin and Eric Stevick, The Herald TULALIP — A man will come, following the path of the sun.…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »

Grow Their Own! California Tribe Will Grow Medical Marijuana on Tribal Land »

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The Pinoleville Pomo Nation in California plans to grow and manufacture medical marijuana.

01:45 pm |   Indian Country Today Media Network   The Pinoleville Pomo Nation in northern California’s Mendocino County is set to…

Jan 27 2015 / Read More »

Groundbreaking Conference to Discuss Legalizing Marijuana in Indian Country »

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01:11 pm | Indian Country Today   The, tribes of marijuana is a growing trend in discussions from Washington, D.C. to state…

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Cladoosby’s State of Indian Nations: ‘We Must Tear Down Barriers’ »

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National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby held up an Iroquois Wampum belt as a gesture of mutual respect between all Indian Nations during his State of Indian Nations address last week.

01:08 pm | Vincent Schilling, Indian Country Today   The National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby (chairman of the Swinomish…

Jan 26 2015 / Read More »

Deal Would Allow More Gambling Machines At Tribal Casinos »

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08:19 am | By: Associated Press   TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A tentative deal between Washington state and Indian tribes would allow…

Jan 26 2015 / Read More »

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Boys from the Tulalip Indian Boarding School marched in their uniforms to the longhouse for the Treaty Days celebration. It was the first day they were allowed to witness their culture without punishment.

    Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization

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The Pinoleville Pomo Nation in California plans to grow and manufacture medical marijuana.

    Grow Their Own! California Tribe Will Grow Medical Marijuana on Tribal Land

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    Groundbreaking Conference to Discuss Legalizing Marijuana in Indian Country

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National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby held up an Iroquois Wampum belt as a gesture of mutual respect between all Indian Nations during his State of Indian Nations address last week.

    Cladoosby’s State of Indian Nations: ‘We Must Tear Down Barriers’

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    Deal Would Allow More Gambling Machines At Tribal Casinos

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    Investment Fund Pours Cash Into Cleaner, Greener Fish Farming

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    Culvert replacement costs loom as a budget problem for lawmakers

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  • In this Sept. 16, 2014 file photo, President of National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) and Chairman of the Swinomish Tribe Brian Cladoosby, joins other native Americans and lawmakers during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Tribes must insist the federal government honor its commitments and create partnerships with them based on deference, not paternalism, Cladoosby said Thursday. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

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    Choctaw Leader: FDA Should Formally Consult With Tribes or Exempt Them From FSMA

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  • Representatives for the Tulalip Tribes and Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest staff sat down to discuss changes to forestry 
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developments.
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    7th Annual Tulalip Tribes and U.S. Forest Service MOA Meeting

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    Number of Homeless Native American, Black Students in Washington State Increases

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    Homeless People Will Be Counted This Week In King, Pierce And Snohomish Counties

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    First DNA tests say Kennewick Man was Native American

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Lady Hawks offense buckles against Highland Christian Knights, 25-30 »

09:25 pm | By Tulalip News staff   TULALIP – Heritage Lady Hawks hosted their last home game of the season tonight with a game against Highland Christian Knights at the Francy J. Sheldon Memorial Gymnasium. The Lady Hawks built a strong lead going into halftime with a score of 17-15, and maintained a slim two-point lead going…

Jan 22 2015 / Read More »
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Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization »

09:26 am | By Andrew Gobin and Eric Stevick, The Herald TULALIP — A man will come, following the path of the sun. His voice will be like thunder, and it will mark the beginning of a long, dark night for Indian people.Wayne Williams recalls hearing that prophecy as a young boy at the annual Treaty Days gathering on…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »
Photo courtesy Hibulb Cultural Center
Boys from the Tulalip Indian Boarding School marched in their uniforms to the longhouse for the Treaty Days celebration. It was the first day they were allowed to witness their culture without punishment.

Hightek Lowlives debut video for “Error Code 504″ »

05:54 pm |   By Tulalip News staff Check out Hightek Lowlives debut video off record label Cabin Games, which is co-owned by Tulalip Tribal member, Brodie Stevens. This is their debut video directed by Dave Wilson and released through the channels of Seattle EMP museum. Hightek Lowlives includes vocalist/ songwriter Otieno Terry, winner of the 2014 EMP…

Jan 9 2015 / Read More »
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20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute, June 21st – July 2nd, 2015 »

09:17 am | 20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute June 21st – July 2nd, 2015 What is Na-ha-shnee? Na-ha-shnee is a 12 day summer program designed to encourage Native American and Alaska Native students to pursue health science degrees and health-related careers. The program is held on the WSU Spokane Campus & housing is in nearby…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »
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Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization »

09:26 am | By Andrew Gobin and Eric Stevick, The Herald TULALIP — A man will come, following the path of the sun. His voice will be like thunder, and it will mark the beginning of a long, dark night for Indian people.Wayne Williams recalls hearing that prophecy as a young boy at the annual Treaty Days gathering on…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »
Photo courtesy Hibulb Cultural Center
Boys from the Tulalip Indian Boarding School marched in their uniforms to the longhouse for the Treaty Days celebration. It was the first day they were allowed to witness their culture without punishment.

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Photo courtesy Hibulb Cultural Center
Boys from the Tulalip Indian Boarding School marched in their uniforms to the longhouse for the Treaty Days celebration. It was the first day they were allowed to witness their culture without punishment.

Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization »

09:26 am | By Andrew Gobin and Eric Stevick, The Herald TULALIP — A man will come, following the path of the sun. His voice will be like thunder, and it will mark the…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »

7th Annual Tulalip Tribes and U.S. Forest Service MOA Meeting »

Representatives for the Tulalip Tribes and Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest staff sat down to discuss changes to forestry 
projects and future 
developments.
Photo/Mike Sarich, Tulalip News

03:40 pm |   By Micheal Rios Tulalip News Scenic photo courtesy Libby Nelson, Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources In November 2007, the Tulalip Tribes signed…

Jan 21 2015 / Read More »

Number of Homeless Native American, Black Students in Washington State Increases »

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02:26 pm | Simon Moya-Smith, Indian Country Today    The state of Washington’s Native American and black K-12 students are three times more likely to…

Jan 21 2015 / Read More »
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Become a WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watcher »

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07:58 am |     Do you love to spend time at the beach?   Do you want to craft your own volunteer experience?  Then become…

Jan 26 2015 / Read More »

THE ESEA REAUTHORIZATION AND NATIVE STUDENTS: STRENGTHENING SOVEREIGNTY TO SUPPORT LOCAL SUCCESS »

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01:30 pm | Press Release, National Indian Education Association WASHINGTON, DC – Following yesterday’s Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee Hearing on “Fixing No…

Jan 22 2015 / Read More »
Your road to success with Sno-Isle Libraries » United Recovery Meeting, Jan 22 » The Muckleshoot Tribe is spreading traditional food through schools » WSU Brings Classroom to Students With Online Certification in American Indian Studies » NWIC Poetry students showcase work at Hibulb Cultural Center poetry series »
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20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute, June 21st – July 2nd, 2015 »

09:17 am | 20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute June 21st – July 2nd, 2015 What is Na-ha-shnee? Na-ha-shnee is a 12 day summer program designed to encourage Native American and…

Jan 28 2015 / Read More »

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