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04:26 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – Native teen girls, age 14-17, have been busy this summer at the Tulalip Family Haven’s Girl Group building pride in their accomplishments as well as…

Aug 20 2014 / Read More »

Tribal Officials Urge Water Release Into Klamath River to Prevent Mass Fish Kill »

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Chairperson Danielle Vigil-Masten and Tribal Council members took Bureau of Reclamation officials and Supervisor Ryan Sundberg on a boat down the Trinity River in Hoopa.

02:36 pm |   By: Indian Country Today   Dropping water levels and rising temperatures in the persistent California drought have tribal members concerned about a fish kill—and, some say, fish are already dying. The Hoopa…

Aug 20 2014 / Read More »
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Video: Klamath Fish Kill Redux? Teens Tell Grown-Ups to ‘Put More Water in the River’ »

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This is what the Klamath River looked like in 2002, when conditions were similar to those present now. Releasing water from the Trinity River into the Klamath would cool it down and raise water levels, enabling fish to survive.

02:32 pm |   By: Indian Country Today   “It’s time to put more water in the river.” So says one teen…

Aug 20 2014 / Read More »

Heartbreak in Winnipeg: Bodies of Two First Nations Citizens Pulled From Red River »

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A memorial to murdered Sagkeeng First Nation teen Tina Fontaine, whose body was pulled from the Red River, wrapped in a bag, on Sunday August 17. She had been missing for just over a week.

02:30 pm |   By: Indian Country Today   Calls are being renewed for a national inquiry into the vulnerability of aboriginal…

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National Park Service Announces Grants to Help Native Americans Identify and Repatriate Human Remains, Cultural Objects »

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11:22 am |     Source: Office of Public Affairs-Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior   Washington – The National Park…

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Secretary Jewell Issues Secretarial Order Affirming American Indian Trust Responsibilities »

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11:20 am |   Underscores Administration’s Commitment to Trust Reform in meetings with leaders of Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes Source: U.S.…

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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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This is what the Klamath River looked like in 2002, when conditions were similar to those present now. Releasing water from the Trinity River into the Klamath would cool it down and raise water levels, enabling fish to survive.

    Video: Klamath Fish Kill Redux? Teens Tell Grown-Ups to ‘Put More Water in the River’

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A memorial to murdered Sagkeeng First Nation teen Tina Fontaine, whose body was pulled from the Red River, wrapped in a bag, on Sunday August 17. She had been missing for just over a week.

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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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Video: Klamath Fish Kill Redux? Teens Tell Grown-Ups to ‘Put More Water in the River’ »

02:32 pm |   By: Indian Country Today   “It’s time to put more water in the river.” So says one teen in this video put together by Yurok youth who, fearful of a fish kill on the Klamath River in California, went out and interviewed tribal leaders as well as those who witnessed mass fish death in…

Aug 20 2014 / Read More »
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This is what the Klamath River looked like in 2002, when conditions were similar to those present now. Releasing water from the Trinity River into the Klamath would cool it down and raise water levels, enabling fish to survive.

Montana Skies, Childhood Wounds »

03:09 pm | ‘Winter in the Blood,’ a Drama About Alcoholism By JEANNETTE CATSOULIS WINTER IN THE BLOOD Opens on Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014 Directed by Alex Smith and Andrew Smith 1 hour 38 minutes; not rated Like its broken antihero, an alcoholic Blackfoot Indian named Virgil First Raise (Chaske Spencer), “Winter in the Blood” lacks energy and…

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Chaske Spencer plays an alcoholic Blackfoot Indian man whose wife has run away in “Winter in the Blood,” set in Montana. Credit KBD Photography/Kino Lorber

Girls Group boosts teens self-esteem »

04:26 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – Native teen girls, age 14-17, have been busy this summer at the Tulalip Family Haven’s Girl Group building pride in their accomplishments as well as building self-esteem. The group provides teen girls the support they need to become the most successful person they can be. Using the…

Aug 20 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…

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…

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.  …

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Bridging community and education »

Dr. Becky Berg looking at student data from the Arlington School District with Snohomish County Boys and Girls Clubs Executive Director, Bill Tsoukalas. The data shows that Boys and Girls Club kids consistently perform much higher that non-club kids.

10:46 am | Dr. Berg welcomes students back to school during tour of the Tulalip Boys and Girls Club By Andrew Gobin, Tulalip News TULALIP…

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Children celebrated as they start school »

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10:31 am | Tulalip Early Head Start students move on to preschool By Andrew Gobin, Tulalip News TULALIP – The Parent Committee of the Tulalip…

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Girls Group boosts teens self-esteem »

04:26 pm | By Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News TULALIP – Native teen girls, age 14-17, have been busy this summer at the Tulalip Family Haven’s Girl Group building pride in their accomplishments…

Aug 20 2014 / Read More »

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