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Cooking Healthy in Indian Country: Jammin’

22-23 CHIC-jam in jarsBlueberries are a magical berry full of great and wonderful things. The berry is rich in vitamin C. Your body does not store vitamin C, so you need to replenish it as much as you can. It helps repair and regrow tissue in your body, vitamin C is also an immune booster. Blueberries are also full of antioxidants which are great for detoxifying your body. Read More →

RedWind To Offer Native American Entrepreneurial Empowerment Workshop In Yreka

All Native entrepreneurs are encouraged to register for this free two-day course. The training will benefit anyone who operates or is considering operating a small business. Read More →

In Loving Memory: Pedro Anguiano Aguilar, Jr.

Pedro Anguiano Aguilar, Jr. May 25, 1991-May 18, 2016Pedro came into this world May 25, 1991, born to Pedro Sr. and Shanna Mock Aguilar. Sadly Pedro lost his mother to cancer when he was an infant and he was raised by his grandmother, Lenaire Alvarez. As a child Pedro loved spending time with his grandfather, Edward Mitchell and aunty Marlene Mitchell, they helped raise him as a young boy. He always said this is where he felt the happiest and felt love. He loved playing basketball, traveling and watching all of the high school games with his grandpa Ed. He was the water boy one year for the high school football team, which he loved being a part of. Pedro was the sweetest, kindest little boy full of energy and always had the biggest smile. Read More →

In Loving Memory: William Joseph Jarnaghan

William Joseph Jarnaghan (center) August 20, 1941-June 4, 2016William Joseph (Joe) Jarnaghan, Sr., was born in Hoopa, California on August 20, 1941 and went to be with Jesus on June 4, 2016 at 74 years young. Joe was preceded in death by his grandparents who raised him William Jarnaghan and his wife Stella Brown Jarnaghan, his son Monte Jarnaghan Sr., his parents Oscar Elmer Jarnaghan Sr., and Ruby Freda Doolittle-Jarnaghan, Brothers Elmer Robert Jarnaghan and Jack Jarnaghan. Read More →

Bareback & Barrels

Hoopa was well represented at the Memorial Day All-Indian two-day Rodeo in Klamath Falls Oregon last weekend. Clay Ramone (center) placed second in the Bareback competition and Na-Rec Lyons (left) and Iris Hostler (right) competed in the Junior Barrel Racing competition./Photo courtesy of Allie Hostler. Read More →

River Olympics Stir Competitive Juices And Memories

Students from three schools seem to barely touch the ground in one of the sprint events at last week’s River Olympics at Forks of Salmon Elementary./Photo by Jeff Buchin. Students from three small country schools gathered at Forks of Salmon Elementary School last week for the River Olympics. The annual event stirs many old memories in some and competitive juices in others in a day of grade-school sporting events. Read More →

More Than Five Hundred Residents Were Without Power

Power outage was due to a tree down on a power line near Fish Lake Road in Bluff Creek./Photo by Leslie Lollich, Two Rivers Tribune Contributing writer.More than 500 residents were without power for about 16 hours last week when trees hit power lines near Bluff Creek. Read More →

Hoopa Valley High Students Protest Over Mold and Other Issues

Jon Ray Superintendent at KTJUSD, steps outside the District office to answer questions from students who marched there in protest over mold and other issues./Photo courtesy of Lovae Blake, Hoopa Youth Council Coordinator.On May 18 The Hoopa Valley Youth Council and additional students held a No Show and protest against Klamath Trinity Joint Unified School District over Mold and other issues. The protest was held at the Hoopa Youth Center near the District Office from 10:30 a.m. until noon. Read More →