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Chris Stearns Reappointed to Washington State Gambling Commission
SEATTLE -- Gov. Jay Inslee reappointed Chris Stearns, Navajo, to the Washington State Gambling Commission on May 4. His term will expire June 30, 2021...
Creator of First Federally Recognized City in Indian Country Named to State’s Most Influential List
The Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized John McCoy, a Native of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, and current state senator, as one of the top 35 most influential business ...
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions, Hirings and Appointments in the Business/Corporate World
Indian Country Today Media Network compiled a list of business executives, managers, attorneys, board members, medical professionals, and others making big moves in (and out of) In...
Sauk-Suiattle Honored for Assistance In Aftermath of Oso Landslide
The Sauk-Suiattle Tribe has received the State of Washington’s highest honor for its assistance in the aftermath of Oso landslide, which wiped out a neighborhood and killed 43 peop...
Tribal Deal Would Set Number of Gambling Machines in Wash. State
The number of gambling machines in Washington state tribal casinos is set to increase by several thousand and rise automatically in the future under a compact recently approved by ...
New Fish Consumption Guidelines More Political Than Scientific, Northwest Tribes Say
Northwest tribes had mixed reaction to Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s plan for dealing with water pollutants and their presence in fish after he raised the consumption level to 1...
History Will Always Treat Well the Life of Billy Frank Jr.
Billy Frank Jr.’s funeral was less a time of mourning and more a time of celebration for all he did in defense of treaty rights and Native sovereignty and the environment...
Billy Frank Jr., 1931-2014: ‘A Giant’ Will Be Missed
Everyone had expected to see Billy Frank Jr. sometime that day at the mid-year conference of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians...
Yakama’s ‘Bittersweet’ Moment: Gaining Some Criminal Jurisdiction
Even as Gov...
Quinault Nation Pushes for Blueback Habitat Restoration Support
Members of an 1890 expedition, financed by a Seattle newspaper, described the banks of the Upper Quinault River as “so dense with underbrush as to be almost impenetrable.” Logs jam...
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