In this April 4, 2013 file photo, a truck carrying 250 tons of coal hauls the fuel to the surface of the Cloud Peak Energy's Spring Creek mine near Decker, Mont. AP
ICTMN Staff
8/20/15
The Crow Tribe of Montana has inked a partnership with Cloud Peak Energy and SSA Marine for a five percent share of Gateway Pacific Terminal, the coal export terminal proposed in n...
Oregon Department of Education Native Curriculum
Michelle Tirado
8/3/15
A new American Indian/Alaska Native State Plan moves Oregon ever closer to making a Native American curriculum mandatory in all public school districts...
Richard Walker
6/7/15
Two dozen years after her death, Harriette Shelton Dover continues to be a guide and an inspiration far beyond the Tulalip reservation...
MV Samish Guests Dedication
Richard Walker
5/26/15
Leslie Eastwood’s voice carried an Honor Song over the hushed crowd aboard the M/V Samish, the state’s newest ferry, the same way songs can be heard over the water from arriving ca...
Richard Walker
5/20/15
A congressman from Washington State has proposed renaming the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge...
Waverly Wilson Eagle Feather Regalia Lakes High School
Vincent Schilling
5/13/15
Native high school student Waverly Wilson, who will be graduating soon from Lakes High School in Lakewood, Washington has been told by an advisor and principal Karen Mauer-Smith th...
Rep. John McCoy
Richard Walker
5/12/15
There are 29 federally recognized indigenous nations in Washington State. They have treaties with the United States—they have their own governments, jurisdictions, and economies...
ICTMN Staff
5/9/15
An attempt to question and undermine the sovereignty of the Quinault Indian Nation over its eponymous lake has been dismissed in U.S. District Court. Judge Ronald B...
Rep. John McCoy
Richard Walker
4/12/15
A bill that would require schools in Washington State to include local indigenous nations in their history instruction is on its way to becoming law...
Richard Walker
3/31/15
More than a century of change on the Sauk River—glacial retreat, logging in the watershed, and alterations downstream—is forcing the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe to move homes, administrati...

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