Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, has written for Indian Country Today since January 2003. He lives in Anacortes, Washington.
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Because Tulalip Tribes in excellent financial health, no tax revenue? Tulalip Tribes challenging it in appellate court
Native leaders say access to broadband is vital to economic development, public safety, emergency response
Leaders say access broadband, cell tower signals, is vital to economic development, public safety, emergency response
Culture and traditional methods of healing are the keys to prevention and recovery, advocates say
State Sen. John McCoy, Tulalip Tribes: “If a jurisdiction wants to fight an Indian Tribe, they hire Perkins Coie, LLC.
The Alaska Native story is one of endurance
She is believed to be Native American and a hitchhiker who died in 1991
A cultural exchange is fueling the interest many Perugians have in their own indigenous roots.
From the mighty Ma’iingan to the friendly neighborhood rez dog
As tribes in the northwest open cannabis businesses, Natives offer mixed views
Native American Students and School Board Members See Changes in Washington State.
An emotional journey for Samish and Swinomish nations along this year’s route to Vancouver.
The series of walls preserved from the old American Indian Heritage High School took 12 years to paint.
‘We have all seen that oil trains pose serious, serious risks to our communities and to our environment.’