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Acquiring Skills in a Good Way

NDN Center staff from left to right: Thomas Gordon, Erika Chase, Ginger Rogers and Lea Pratt./Photo courtesy of Ginger RogersEarlier that morning, Rogers had reeled through Hupa words for human anatomy in a class of seventh graders at Hoopa Elementary school. The students circled around her slapped their knees, pointed to their eyes, ears, mouth and heads over and over, never once wearying of the repetition. Some shouted, while others mouthed silently. Sometimes they had the right body part, and sometimes not. They all tried, and they got better even just in a few minutes time. Read More →

History Deeper Than a Thousand Walnut Roots

Nicole Ammon tells the stories that make up her family history, mostly surrounding the ranch house she recently restored./Photo by Allie Hostler, Two Rivers TribuneHe also frequented the Indian School in Hupa and was well-liked according to historical accounts found in the Susie Baker Fountain Papers at Humboldt State University. Nicolé said it became too difficult for Fountain to transport goods and supplies over the old single-file mule bridge so he decided to build a bridge that could support motorized vehicles. Read More →

Hoopa Woman Survives Collision with Drunk Driver

Jill Sherman-Warne was hit by a drunk driver in January on a southern California freeway. She is making progress in her recovery and is thankful for all of the positive messages of support and encouragement. Her  will to survive and heal has amazed doctors, friends and family./Photo courtesy  of Jill Sherman-Warne. “Usually it’s the other way around the one under the influence survives and the sober one dies,” Sherman-Warne’s son Troy Fletcher Jr., said. The entire left side of Sherman’s body was crushed. Her arms, legs and hips all had compound fractures that protruded from her skin. Read More →

Gateway to Higher Education

20-18 Gates ScholarsTwo Hoopa High Students have applied and were awarded the prestigious GATES Millennium Scholarship (GMS). This award is more than the average scholarship; it’s a program that follows students through their college career. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Sylvia Viola Mace

Born February 7, 1927 in Bottineau, North Dakota to Robert and Irene Johnson; passed away April 7, 2014 at St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka, Ca. with family at her side. Sylvia and her husband moved to Eureka Ca in 1946, they then moved to Orleans in 1956 where she raised her family and remained until passing. She did many varied things in her life but ultimately she was a housewife and mother. Read More →

Fired Up Over Fire Preparedness

Kevin McConnell, Alme Allen, Monte Leffers, Boyd Ferris, Deacon Ferris, Keoki Burbank, Paul Allen, Jude Marshal and Nancy Bailey. Not pictured: Chris Root, Eric Nelson, Breeze Shea, Jared Wilder, Joshua Saxon-Whitcrane, Kade Whitecrane, Ben Saxon, Roberta Coragliotti, Tom Bouse, Will Harling, Monte Leffers, Cynthia Gerard, Laura Fenton, Penny Eckert, David Eckert, Skip Lowry, Kate Lowry, Brock Luedthe, Sill Beckman, and Tommy Horn./Photo courtesy of Maymi Preston-DonahueA combination of volunteer efforts, quick thinking on the part of locals, the important efforts of wildland firefighters, and the safely cleared out yard of the first house on the row helped to save this first batch of houses from near destruction. Read More →

A Night to Remember

20-21 Prom king and queen-Clinton Kane and Aymee PerryHoopa Valley High School seniors Aymee Perry and Clinton Kane were crowned the 2014 Prom Queen and King./Photo courtesy of Kelly Jarnaghan. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Cedric Dale Hostler Jr.

Cedric Dale Hostler Jr.  CEDRIC DALE HOSTLER JR. In loving memory of Cedric Dale Hostler, Jr. 61 left us on May 11th, 2014, as the victim of a hit and run on Highway 96 in Hoopa. Cedric aka Bimbo was 4/4 enrolled member of the Hoopa Tribe. He loved his home and his people. In recent years he […] Read More →