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Blackhorse: Mascots Are to Be Ridiculed
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Nunavut Teens Create Vibrant Mural
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Disappearing Indians, Part II
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EPA to Develop Federal Clean Water Standards for Washington, if State Won’t
Ocean’s Rising Acidification Affecting Shellfish That Coastal Tribes Depend On
The ancestral connections of tribal coastal communities to the ocean’s natural resources stretch back thousands of years...
Yakama Fight to Protect Fishing Sites From Coal Train Terminals
The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation have joined the chorus of opposition to coal-rail terminals in the Northwest, adding their voice to those of the Lummi, Quina...
Toxic Waters: Consumption Advisories on Life-Giving Year-Round Fish Threaten Health
The iconic Chinook salmon, for millennia a cornerstone of Pacific Northwest diet, spirituality, ceremony and even the tribes' economy, is fast becoming toxic in Washington State...
Yakama Win in $97 Million Historic Land Mega-Deal
It took three years and $97 million, but the largest land purchase in Washington State history to benefit resource and conservation management has just been finalized, and the Yaka...
Northwest Tribes Exult as Nearly One Million Chinook Return to Columbia River
Northwest tribes are exultant to see nearly a million fall Chinook salmon returning to the Columbia River this year, nearly 400,000 more than have returned since the Bonneville Dam...
Northwest Salmon, Part 3: Tribes Work to Restore Habitat
It has been about a year since the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission report “State of Our Watersheds” was released in September 2012...
Salmon Killers: Top 10 Threats to the King of Fish
As Indigenous Peoples of the Northwest work to restore salmon habitat and with it lost culture and treaty rights, they are grappling with the reality that continued development is ...
Elections 2012: Vote for Coal? Northwest Tribes Raise New Concerns
A new Romney ad says “ Obama wages war on coal while we lose jobs to China that is using more coal everyday...
The Quinault Nation Chairwoman is Elected to Lead the Affiliated Tribe of Northwest Indians
Carol Craig and Kara Briggs/ATNI News Bureau
Tulalip, Wash. –The vote for the new president was close for a long time, then Quinault Chairwoman Fawn R...
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