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How one Pacific Northwest tribe is carving out a resistance to coal — and winning »

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11:00 am | By Amber Cortes and Grist staff, Grist, 15 Aug 2014 The Lummi Nation, a Native American tribe in the Pacific Northwest, has taken an uncompromising stand against the largest proposed coal export terminal…

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Ocean’s Rising Acidification Dissolves Shellfish That Coastal Tribes Depend On »

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The ocean's acidity is rising and dissolving seashells, which could spell doom for Northwest tribes' way of life as well as their livelihood in the shellfish industry and sustenance harvesting.

02:08 pm |   Terri Hansen, Indian Country Today, 8/14/14   The ancestral connections of tribal coastal communities to the ocean’s natural resources stretch back thousands of years. But growing acidification is changing oceanic conditions, putting…

Aug 14 2014 / Read More »
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INTERVIEW: Native People And The Trolls Under The Bridge »

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02:05 pm | MintPress talks to a recent PhD recipient whose work focuses on how “rationalizations perpetuate the notion that American Indians…

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Roger Fernandes, of the Lower Elwha S’Klallam Tribe in Washington State, was on Guam this past week at the GOPEACE Conference held by the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center.

08:31 am |     Indian Country Today     Roger Fernandes, of the Lower Elwha S’Klallam Tribe in Washington State, was…

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Agency Reconsidering Water For Klamath Salmon »

The federal agency that oversees water in Northern California's Klamath Basin is taking another look at releasing some to prevent the spread of disease among salmon. | credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

08:27 am |   By: Associated Press   The federal agency that oversees water in Northern California’s Klamath Basin is taking another…

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Notes From A Single Mom: Texting Is the New Parenting »

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07:19 am | Lynn Armitage, Indian Country Today   I’m exhausted. I just had a lengthy and very heated discussion with both…

Aug 17 2014 / Read More »

Washington Wildfires Displace Deer »

07:13 am | By Courtney Flatt, OPB Wildfires have ravaged more than a million acres across the Northwest. In central Washington, the…

Aug 17 2014 / Read More »

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Roger Fernandes, of the Lower Elwha S’Klallam Tribe in Washington State, was on Guam this past week at the GOPEACE Conference held by the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center.

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  • Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal member Marcus Gibbons dances in the Grand Entry of the 2010 Grand Ronde Contest Powwow at the Uyxat Powwow Grounds in Grand Ronde, Oregon.

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    Number of Native American Students in U.S. Public Schools to Drop; Population Rises

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Ty Thompson Is First Athlete to be Endorsed by Major Lacrosse Company »

08:21 am |   Indian Country Today   Minneapolis, MN – August 12, 2014 – Two-time Division I All-American and Rochester Rattler rookie Ty Thompson has signed an agreement with Epoch Lacrosse making him the company’s first endorsed athlete. The pride of the Mohawk Nation, and the fourth all-time leading scorer at the University at Albany, will be representing Epoch…

Aug 13 2014 / Read More »
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INTERVIEW: Native People And The Trolls Under The Bridge »

02:05 pm | MintPress talks to a recent PhD recipient whose work focuses on how “rationalizations perpetuate the notion that American Indians are inherently different from non-natives.”     By Christine Graef, Mint Press News   AKWESASNE, New York — In the two decades since the 1990 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) became law, requiring…

Aug 18 2014 / Read More »
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Native Woman Seeks to Shed the Pounds on ‘Biggest Loser’ »

11:40 am |   Indian Country Today   Jackie Pierson, 36, is a former high school athlete and mother of two. She also weighs 291 pounds, and would rather not. She’ll be competing in the next season of the NBC show The Biggest Loser, which begins September 11. This edition of the series has a theme of “Glory…

Aug 18 2014 / Read More »
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Jackie Pierson says she put on a lot of weight after her father was diagnosed with cancer in 2004.

Two Obama Cabinet members make visit to Passamaquoddy tribal school »

09:27 am | The secretaries of education and the interior convened a study group last year to assess schools funded by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. By The Associated Press PERRY – U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell took a firsthand look at a tribal school as they promoted President Obama’s goals for…

Aug 19 2014 / Read More »
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Panera Bread to open new restaurant in Quil Ceda Village »

11:28 am | TULALIP – Tulalip tribal council members and  Quil Ceda Village planning staff joined Jayson Levich, equity partner with Panera Bread for the Seattle region, to break ground for a new Panera restaurant on Thursday, August 14. According to Quil Ceda Marketing Manager, Teresa Meece, the Tulalip Tribes and Panera Bread have signed a lease agreement…

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Panera Bread to open new restaurant in Quil Ceda Village »

11:28 am | TULALIP – Tulalip tribal council members and  Quil Ceda Village planning staff joined Jayson Levich, equity partner with Panera Bread for the Seattle region, to break ground for a new…

Aug 19 2014 / Read More »

Yes bassist Squire likes touring in ‘Roundabout’ way »

Bassist Chris Squire is the only member of Yes who has been with the band the entire time since 1969. The group will perform Aug. 21 at the Tulalip Amphitheater.
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03:23 pm |   By: Steve Powell, Arlington Times TULALIP – Despite the “Long Distance Runaround,” original bassist Chris Squire still enjoys touring with Yes…

Aug 16 2014 / Read More »

Hibulb Cultural Center Celebrates 3 Year Aniversary, Saturday Aug 16 »

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04:11 pm | Anniversary Event this Saturday, August 16, 2014. Hibulb will host demonstrators all throughout the day, with extended hours of 10:00am-6:00pm.  …

Aug 15 2014 / Read More »
Youth become government employees though summer program » Native Americans rally to protect the Salish Sea » 2014 totem pole journey honors tribes’ stewardship of land, water » Hagar to rock at Tulalip, other big names coming » Tulalip Health Watch’s “Diabetes” examines the disease and preventions »

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Roger Fernandes, of the Lower Elwha S’Klallam Tribe in Washington State, was on Guam this past week at the GOPEACE Conference held by the Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center.

08:31 am |     Indian Country Today     Roger Fernandes, of the Lower Elwha S’Klallam Tribe in Washington State, was in Guam this…

Aug 18 2014 / Read More »

Entrepreneurs as future leaders »

Adiya Jones, Ethan Horne, and Mikaylee Pablo present their design concept to their peers.
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09:25 am | Junior Achievement teaches business goals By Andrew Gobin August 4 through August 8, Tulalip students involved in the summer youth program attended…

Aug 13 2014 / Read More »
Hibulb Welcomes Educators to Discover the History and Culture of the Tulalip People » White students no longer to be majority in school » Puyallup Tribe starts doctor residency program on reservation » Free Admission At Hibulb Today » EvCC Welcomes Chief Diversity Officer María Peña »
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Two Obama Cabinet members make visit to Passamaquoddy tribal school »

09:27 am | The secretaries of education and the interior convened a study group last year to assess schools funded by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. By The Associated Press PERRY –…

Aug 19 2014 / Read More »

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