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Gov. Inslee Continues to Impress With Native Appointments
You might want to remember this name: Seth Brickey. The Juneau Inupiat has interned for Alaska State Rep...
Makah Nation’s New Dock Bolsters Fishing Industry, Emergency Response
The Makah Nation’s new commercial fishing dock is 120 feet long, has two lanes, five offloading terminals, and an ice machine capable of holding 110 tons of ice, and is designed to...
Makah, Tulalip Receive Funding for Engine Upgrades
NEAH BAY, Washington — More than $1.3 million in Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grants are going to Indian country in Washington state to upgrade boats with low-emission eng...
New Law Bolsters Oil Spill Prevention, Readiness
The Makah Nation’s territory includes the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, gateway to a vast inland sea and all of the ecological wonders therein...
Symbolic Whale Rescue Effort
NEAH BAY, Wash. – The 18-foot rigid-hull inflatable approached the reported area. Two crew members leaned over the bow, watching and ready...