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06:40 pm | Unusually warm water off the Washington coast is sending the vast majority of the sockeye-salmon run to Canadian waters, leaving Puget Sound fishermen with nearly empty nets.   By: Associated Press   BELLINGHAM…

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Native American Women Finally Seeing Protections They Need »

Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Women presenting her report to the UN General Assembly in New York, 2011.

09:30 am | After decades of grassroots advocacy and calls to action, the Violence Against Women Act is putting justice back in the hands of tribal authorities in cases of abuse and violence against Native American…

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Native American Women Finally Seeing Protections They Need »

Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Women presenting her report to the UN General Assembly in New York, 2011.

09:30 am | After decades of grassroots advocacy and calls to action, the Violence Against Women Act is putting justice back in…

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AB 52, Native American bill, passes Senate »

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09:02 am | Major changes to legislation co-authored by Alejo By Phillip Molnar, Monterey Herald SACRAMENTO >> Native American legislation seemingly opposed…

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Trahant: Take the ‘Voting Booth’ Challenge »

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03:06 pm | Last winter, months before your Facebook feed started filling with videos of folks taking the “ice-bucket challenge,” Native Americans…

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Department of Justice Releases Second Report to Congress on Indian Country Investigations and Prosecutions »

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03:00 pm | By Yuma News Now Washington, DC – The Department of Justice released today its second report to Congress entitled…

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Bakken: $3M in grants to address violence against women in rural, tribal communities »

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01:06 pm | By  Associated Press FARGO, N.D. — Federal authorities have named recipients of $3 million in grants to address violence…

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    Native American Women Finally Seeing Protections They Need

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    Trahant: Take the ‘Voting Booth’ Challenge

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  • A Whiting Petroleum Co. pump jack pulls crude oil from the Bakken region of the Northern Plains near Bainville, Mont., on Nov. 6, 2013. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)

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    Limits on Access to Eagle Feathers Questioned

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    Remarks by Associate Attorney General Tony West at the Four Corners Conference

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Totem pole painter and carver Lucy London touches up the paint on a traveling 19-foot totem pole that visited Spokane on Tuesday. The totem pole’s 2,500-mile, two-nation journey includes stops in communities impacted by increased coal and oil rail traffic.

    Western Washington tribe brings protest against planned coal export terminal to Spokane

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    UPDATED — Only debris left to clean up as Elwha River is free to travel its own path [ **WITH VIDEO ** ]

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Leno Vela (center), 11, talks with JJ Gray (right), 5, at the Tulalip Boys and Girls Club.

    For tribes, generosity is tradition

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    Department of Justice Releases Second Report to Congress on Indian Country Investigations and Prosecutions

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    Nearly $6 Million And Counting For Washington Fall Ballot Measures

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    Stillaguamish Tribe gets ‘long overdue’ reservation

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    FEMA Releases New Tribal Consultation Policy

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ESPN’s Mike Ditka ‘Admires’ Snyder; Calls Redskins Opponents ‘Idiots’ »

09:17 am |   Simon Moya-Smith, Indian Country Today   ESPN analyst and former Chicago Bears head coach Mike Ditka isn’t falling in line with the growing number of sportscasters, journalists and sundry public figures who refuse to use the name of the Washington NFL team. Instead, he says people who oppose the team’s name are “asinine.” “What’s…

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Native American Women Finally Seeing Protections They Need »

09:30 am | After decades of grassroots advocacy and calls to action, the Violence Against Women Act is putting justice back in the hands of tribal authorities in cases of abuse and violence against Native American women. By Christine Graef, Mint Press News WASHINGTON — In March 2013, following nearly two decades of grassroots work and advocate work,…

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Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Women presenting her report to the UN General Assembly in New York, 2011.

Maybe Don’t Wear a Warbonnet to the First-Ever All-Native Art Exhibit at Bumbershoot »

07:41 am | And Don’t Trip Over Custer     By Jen Graves, the Stranger   Wendy Red Star’s great-grandfathers played themselves in the 19th-century vaudeville show Buffalo Bill’s Wild West & Congress of Rough Riders of the World. They also played themselves, or not, in a human-zoo-style exhibit at the St. Louis World’s Fair. Now Wendy Red…

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‘HIPSTERHEADDRESS WARPATH 2014’ Wendy Red Star is tackling history directly.

New backpacks, fresh supplies »

03:06 pm | BackpackDist2014 from Tulalip News on Vimeo. By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – The annual Tulalip Tribes Youth Services backpack distribution kicked off the farewell to summer as hundreds of Tulalip youth attended a block party held on Tuesday, August 26, at the Don Hatch Jr. Youth Center. The annual event, held at the…

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Woman killed in Tulalip crash ID’d »

09:07 am | By Herald staff, The Everett Herald TULALIP — A woman killed in a car accident on the Tulalip Indian Reservation earlier this week has been identified as Gina M. Fletcher, 47, of Chelsea, Oklahoma. The one-car crash happened about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday on Marine Drive at Hermosa Beach Drive. Fletcher was believed to be the…

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Woman killed in Tulalip crash ID’d »

09:07 am | By Herald staff, The Everett Herald TULALIP — A woman killed in a car accident on the Tulalip Indian Reservation earlier this week has been identified as Gina M. Fletcher,…

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Education

USDA Announces $5.7 Million in Training Grants and other New Resources to Help Schools Serve Healthier Meals and Snacks »

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11:36 am | Source: USDA WASHINGTON, August 21, 2014 – Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon today announced additional tools to help schools serve healthier meals…

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Video: Last Fluent Wukchumni Speaker Fights to Save Her Language »

08:05 am |   Indian Country Today, 8/24/14   A recent short documentary by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee for the New York Times profiles Marie Wilcox, of…

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Tulalip Back to School Block Party, Aug 26 » M’ville, teachers union reach tentative contract » Orientation/Open House dates for the Marysville School District » Girls Group boosts teens self-esteem » Bridging community and education »
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New backpacks, fresh supplies »

03:06 pm | BackpackDist2014 from Tulalip News on Vimeo. By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – The annual Tulalip Tribes Youth Services backpack distribution kicked off the farewell to summer as hundreds…

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