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Lummi Boy Jake Finkbonner Beat a Flesh Eating Disease, Earns Inspirational Youth Award
January 25, 2012
Jake Finbonner, Lummi, an 11-year old of considerable inner strength and courage, will be receiving the Seattle Children's Inspirational Youth award today at the 77th Annual Seattl...
Washington in Brief
December 27, 2010
Labor announces grant to assist Native fishermen The U.S. Department of Labor announced Oct...
Healing Totem Pole Heads to National Library of Medicine
September 06, 2011
A healing totem pole is traveling cross-country to the National Library of Medicine (NLM) in Bethesda, Maryland, receiving traditional blessings from nine tribes along the way...
Healing Totem to Begin its Journey September 12
September 05, 2011
On Monday, September 12, at Semiahmoo Park near Blaine, Washington, the Lummi Nation will bless the Healing Totem before it begins its 5,000-mile journey to the National Library of...
New Web Tool Shares Indigenous Environmental Knowledge with Students
Debra Utacia Krol
August 19, 2011
A new website developed by the National Museum of the American Indian aims to share four tribes’ indigenous knowledge and cultures, and how this ancient knowledge shapes their resp...
Native, non-Native communities celebrate Coast Salish Day
July 18, 2011
Boulevard Park in Bellingham, Washington was again Si’ Selechem, its historic name. Coast Salish canoes once again landed on her shores...
Lummi Nation, County Reach Agreement on Ferry Landing Lease
July 18, 2011
After more than 18 months of negotiation, the Lummi Nation and Whatcom County have reached a tentative agreement on a 35-year lease that will permit continued operation of a county...
Samish Nation Revives Anacortes Canoe Races
July 02, 2011
The Samish Indian Nation hosted its first war canoe races in 10 years, June 25 in Fidalgo Bay, Anacortes, Washington...
Lummi Nation, Whatcom County Close Deal on Ferry Lease
May 18, 2011
The Lummi Nation and Whatcom County in Washington agreed on a new 35-year lease for the Lummi Island ferry dock, reported The Bellingham Herald ...
Lummi Nation and County Near Deal on Ferry Dock
May 11, 2011
In a closed-door session today, the Lummi Nation and Whatcom County in Washington are reportedly considering a new lease for the Lummi Island ferry dock, reported The Bellingham He...
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