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    Tribal Owned Women’s Health Center Opens in Chico

    May 19, 2016Tribal Owned Women’s Health Center Opens in Chico By Samuel White Swan-Perkins   The women of Butte County and its outlying areas have an exciting new resource in Chico to celebrate: a health center focused exclusively on women’s wellness. The new clinic will offer services such as prenatal, gynecological and family planning services. Parenting...
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    A leader’s powerful lasting legacy

    May 9, 2016A leader’s powerful lasting legacy Written by Terria Smith   I remember Chairman Richard Milanovich very well. My late auntie Lucille Torro served with him on the Agua Caliente Tribal Council. During part of his 30 years in office my mother also served as Chairwoman for our tribe at Torres Martinez. She was always...
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  • The Rumsen Crew - Gregg Castro, Louis Trevino, Isaac Bojorquez, and Rico Miranda Photo Credit: Terria Smith

    Spoken Words Flow

    May 3, 2016Spoken Words Flow by Vincent Medina California Indian stories and song flowed throughout the exposed brick halls at the East Bay Media Center in Berkeley last Saturday night, April 30th, during the California Indian Spoken Word, hosted by News from Native California and Heyday. The night was full of good energy, Indian languages, community,...
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    Community members “Walk for Honor. Walk for Justice” in the Pauma Valley

    April 20, 2016Community members “Walk for Honor. Walk for Justice” in the Pauma Valley Written by Terria Smith The bright sun beamed on the Pauma Band of Luiseno Indian Reservation for more than a hundred beautiful women, men and children who took a 3.5 mile trek across the village to “Walk for Honor. Walk for Justice.”...
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    San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians, Bishop Paiute Win Grant for Solar Energy Project

    April 18, 2016San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians, Bishop Paiute Win Grant for Solar Energy Project By Samuel White Swan-Perkins   Last week, 24 different Native American nations were granted certificates as part of a program to promote solar energy in Indian Country. Here in California, the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians and Bishop Paiute...
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