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Quinault Nation Mourns Passing of Elder Marjorie Valdillez
It is with great sadness that the Quinault Indian Nation announces the passing of tribal elder Marjorie Doreen (Basa) Valdillez, said QIN President Fawn Sharp. Ms...
Major Economic Development Projects Underway For Three Native Nations
SEATTLE – Three Native Nations in Washington are in the midst of significant economic development projects worth more than $100 million and creating more than 1,000 jobs...
Photo: Quinault Elder Phil Martin Walks On
Quinault Elder Phil Martin Walks On
Beloved Quinault elder Phillip Edwin Martin (September 17, 1930-January 2, 2016) passed away early Saturday morning, at the age of 85, at his family home in Taholah, Washington...
Fawn Sharp Discusses Steps to Stemming the Tide of Climate Change
Quinault Nation President Fawn Sharp appeared before the House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee in Washington, D.C...
No Wipe-out! Native Surfing Legend Johnny Rice Rides Life’s Biggest Wave
American Indians excel in all walks of life, including sports, and some have become legends...
Lummi Totem Pole Journey Rallies Voices Against Environmental Destruction
LUMMI NATION, Washington—At each stop on the totem pole’s journey, people have gathered to pray, sing and take a stand...
Quinault Nation Declares State of Emergency After Taholah Seawall Breach
The Quinault Indian Nation has declared a state of emergency due to flooding via a breach in the seawall at Taholah, the tribe announced on March 26...
40 Years Later: Boldt Decision Celebrations With Some Caution
Their heads are grayer, their steps slower, but these leaders are no less courageous than when they fought the Fish Wars in Western Washington 40 years ago...
Feds Call Bakken Crude Volatile as Quinault Warn Against Oil Rail Transport
As federal officials began investigating the safety of moving crude oil by rail in the wake of a massive explosion in North Dakota that engulfed a dozen train cars, the Quinault In...
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