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Colville Tribes’ Fishing Boat Vandalized, Burglarized in Apparent Hate Crime
When Colville tribal fisheries employees approached their purse seine boat, The Dream Catcher , on July 14 they were shocked at what they found: The words KKK and White Power had b...
DNA Proves Kennewick Man, the Ancient One, Is Native; Tribes Continue Fight for Reburial
Final analysis of 9,000-year-old ancient DNA published June 18 shows The Ancient One is indeed an ancestor of present day Native Americans—as Indians have said all along...
Washington State Official Joins Northwest Tribes in Urging Oil Train Regulation
Washington State’s rail system is aging, and that combined with the flammability of Bakken crude oil spell danger for ecosystems and people, a top official and 10 tribes said in a ...
Bighorn Hunt on Colville Reservation Revives Ancient Cultural Tradition
Reviving an ancient cultural tradition, two hunters have become the first on the Colville reservation to legally take a bighorn sheep from tribal lands in something over 100 years...
It’s Long Past Time When Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the Country
Labor Day marks the beginning of the political campaign season. Sort of. If you live in a state with competitive races, then you have been watching TV ads for a long time...
Fishing For Compliments: Chief Joseph Hatchery Opens 70 Years Late
The salmon once swam freely throughout the upper Columbia River, and plucking them from the waters represented an opportunity to benefit all the Colville Tribes by sharing the boun...
Chief Joseph Hatchery Opens With Salmon Ceremony
Salmon season is upon us, and two tribal hatcheries opening this week are testaments to restoration efforts...
Art's Schimmel Sisters: Contemporary Native Artwork From Umatilla
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is housed within the historic St...
Every Child Left Behind: Sequester Guts Indian Education, Part 2
The cuts to K-12 education funding because of the federal sequester will impact students and teachers across the country, but many say they will hurt American Indian elementary and...
The Long Legal and Moral Battle Over Kennewick Man
He had a name, not that we will ever know it...
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