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The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
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Tulalip Fundraiser Helps People Begin to Heal in Washington Landslide
TULALIP, Washington—It was April 5, 14 days after the massive landslide in the nearby community of Oso, and it was painfully apparent that no more survivors would emerge from the m...
President Declares Major Disaster in Oso, Washington as Landslide Deaths Reach 29
President Barack Obama declared a major disaster for the region of Washington State decimated by the March 22 landslide, which at last count had killed 29 people, with 19 still mis...
Tribes Assist Landslide Relief Effort With Personnel, Donations and Prayers
As the death toll from last Saturday’s devastating landslide in Oso, Washington climbed to 16 and a heartbreaking 90 people remained unaccounted for, Northwest tribes stepped forwa...
From Couch Potatoes to Cops: Winter Fun Challenge 2014 Sweeps Northwest
“24 hours!” It has become an anti-couch-potato battle cry that started in a single living room and has swept through British Columbia, and then crept south of the 49th Parallel int...
Three Tribes to Begin Prosecuting Non-Indian Domestic Violence Offenders
Three pilot tribes have been chosen by the Obama Administration to take early advantage of Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provisions passed by Congress last year that allow trib...
5 Visionaries Who See a Brighter Future for Indian Country
Out of the Pacific Northwest come some visionary ideas for the protection of rights, exercise of sovereignty, intercultural understanding and meeting our future energy needs...
Native American Provisions of Violence Against Women Act Re-Introduced
Native Americans are getting a jump-start on lobbying the new 113 th Congress for passage of tribal provisions passed last year by the Senate but stalled in the House involving the...
Megan Gregory a Young Leader Brings Message of Hope for Indian Youth
Gale Courey Toensing
When Megan Gregory spoke at the National Congress of American Indians annual convention last fall, no one shifted, shuffled papers, coughed or whispered—you could have heard a pin ...
7 Questions with John McCoy, Washington State Representative
John McCoy, a citizen of the Tulalip Tribes in Tulalip, Washington, was elected November 6 to a sixth term in the Washington state House of Representatives...
Growth of Northwest Tribes Outpaces General Population
Membership in Northwest tribes has grown faster than the general population, reports Northwest News Network. This growth has strained some tribes and strengthened others...
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