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More Oil Trains Could Roll Through Puget Sound To Shell Refinery

  By Ashley Ahearn, KUOW Shell Oil wants to build more tracks at its refinery in Anacortes, Washington, to receive oil by rail. At a packed hearing in Skagit County on Thursday, more than 100 people turned up to comment on the proposal. Shell’s refinery in Anacortes is the last of Washington’s five oil refineries to […]

January 30th, 2015 | Posted in Environment,Local News,News | Read More »

Lady Hawks take loss in game against rival Lummi Nation, 36-42

By Tulalip News staff LUMMI –  Tulalip Heritage Lady Hawks played a hard game against rival Lummi Nation Lady Blackhawks on Thursday, January 29, at Lummi  High School. The Lady Hawks trailed at halftime 17-23, and could not take the lead to end the game 36-42. Lady Hawk Michelle Iukes led all scorers with 20 […]

January 30th, 2015 | Posted in Sports,Tulalip News | Read More »

Hawks lose to Lummi Nation in last regular season game, 45-58

By Tulalip News staff LUMMI – Tulalip Heritage Hawks ended their regular season with a game against rival Lummi Nation Blackhawks on Thursday, January 29.  The Hawks, who made the trek to Lummi for the game, were banking on a win before entering district games. Going into the second quarter the Hawks tied the game […]

January 30th, 2015 | Posted in Sports,Tulalip News | Read More »

February 4, 2015 Tulalip See-Yaht-Sub

Click the highlighted link below to download the February 4, 2015 Tulalip See-Yaht-Sub February 4, 2015 SYS    

January 30th, 2015 | Posted in See-Yaht-Sub PDFs | Read More »

Skeleton found near Wallula Junction

By Davis Wahlman, KEPRTV.com WALLULA, Wash. — KEPR investigating into reports of human remains being found just north of Wallula Junction. A 14 year old and his father were hunting near the river when the came across a skeleton with a hole in the skull. “I was about 100 yards in front of him, I […]

January 29th, 2015 | Posted in Local News | Read More »

Police probe opened in Rush racism incident

By Tom Griffith, Rapid City Journal Police opened an investigation Tuesday into a Saturday night incident in which a group of Native American students was reportedly subjected to beer baths and racial slurs while attending a Rapid City Rush hockey game. Rapid City Police Lt. Mark Eisenbraun said his department had just opened an investigation […]

January 29th, 2015 | Posted in Sports | Read More »

Feds accuse 15 people of stealing Yakama Nation scholarship funds

By Kate Prengaman, Yakima Herald-Republic TOPPENISH, Wash. — Fifteen people, including an interim manager and former manager, are facing federal charges for allegedly stealing $179,000 worth of scholarships from the Yakama Nation Higher Education Program. The suspects were awarded a total of 67 checks ranging from $1,000 to $6,500 for studies at colleges and universities […]

January 29th, 2015 | Posted in Education | Read More »

Treaty Days built foundation for Tulalips’ cultural revitalization

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 […]

January 28th, 2015 | Posted in Local News,News | Read More »

20th Annual Na-ha-shnee Native American Health Science Institute, June 21st – July 2nd, 2015

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 […]

January 28th, 2015 | Posted in Education | Read More »

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

  Indian Country Today Media Network   The Pinoleville Pomo Nation in northern California’s Mendocino County is set to be the first tribe to grow and manufacture medical marijuana on tribal land. The tribe has inked a deal to develop an indoors grow facility on its rancheria north of Ukiah. “We anticipate construction to begin […]

January 27th, 2015 | Posted in News | Read More »

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