Suquamish Tribe

Calina Lawrence participated in the Golden Globes’ stand in solidarity against sexual harassment Jan. 6. Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group file photo

Calina Lawrence of Suquamish participates in Golden Globes

One of eight advocates, activists invited to attend

Calina Lawrence participated in the Golden Globes’ stand in solidarity against sexual harassment Jan. 6. Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group file photo
Suquamish officials: DOJ rescinded policy without consulting with Tribes

Suquamish officials: DOJ rescinded policy without consulting with Tribes

Forsman says State-Tribal compacts were carefully crafted in accordance with federal guidance

Suquamish officials: DOJ rescinded policy without consulting with Tribes
Suquamish Chairman Leonard Forsman

Washington, D.C. NFL team should help start healing wounds

This Sunday, the Washington, D.C. NFL franchise will visit Chief Seattle’s city

Suquamish Chairman Leonard Forsman

Forsman elected president of Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

SPOKANE — Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman is the new president of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians. Forsman received 3,343 votes to Colville Tribes… Continue reading

Suquamish Tribe elder Bob George recites Chief Seattle’s speech at his graveside during Chief Seattle Days 2016. (Suquamish Tribe Communications Office)

Chief Seattle’s speech ‘reflects the spiritual relationship between people and land’

Suquamish elder gives stirring recitation at Poulsbo City Council meeting

Suquamish Tribe elder Bob George recites Chief Seattle’s speech at his graveside during Chief Seattle Days 2016. (Suquamish Tribe Communications Office)
An honoring of elders: City pays tribute to Jim Henry, Bob George

An honoring of elders: City pays tribute to Jim Henry, Bob George

POULSBO — The Poulsbo City Council and Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman honored two respected elders at the Sept. 6 Poulsbo City Council meeting: Suquamish… Continue reading

An honoring of elders: City pays tribute to Jim Henry, Bob George
Several Millennials, ages teens to 20s, from the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and Suquamish Tribe gathered in the conference room at Kiana Lodge Aug. 29 to meet with three members of Congress who wanted to hear their views about issues of concern to them. (Sophie Bonomi/Kitsap News Group)

Indigenous Millennials share their views with members of Congress

SUQUAMISH — Several Millennials, ages teens to 20s, from the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and Suquamish Tribe gathered in the conference room at Kiana Lodge… Continue reading

Several Millennials, ages teens to 20s, from the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and Suquamish Tribe gathered in the conference room at Kiana Lodge Aug. 29 to meet with three members of Congress who wanted to hear their views about issues of concern to them. (Sophie Bonomi/Kitsap News Group)
The relationship between the Poulsbo city government and Suquamish Tribe government is the subject of the cover story in the July/August edition of Cityvision magazine , the publication of the Association of Washington Cities. The edition is in the hands of decision-makers in Washington’s 281 cities, as well as state legislators. (Courtesy Citywise magazine)

Finding common ground

Relationship between City of Poulsbo, Suquamish Tribe heralded in statewide magazine

The relationship between the Poulsbo city government and Suquamish Tribe government is the subject of the cover story in the July/August edition of Cityvision magazine , the publication of the Association of Washington Cities. The edition is in the hands of decision-makers in Washington’s 281 cities, as well as state legislators. (Courtesy Citywise magazine)
Quelisha Brealan-Bayes, 2017-18 Jr. Miss Chief Seattle Days. (Antonia Stoyanovich photo)

‘It felt like a world away’: Chief Seattle Days | Photos

Photographer Antonia Stoyanovich of Bainbridge Island took these photographs at Chief Seattle Days, Aug. 18-20. “This yearly event occurs just across the bridge, but felt… Continue reading

Quelisha Brealan-Bayes, 2017-18 Jr. Miss Chief Seattle Days. (Antonia Stoyanovich photo)
Sailors from Naval Base Kitsap carry a canoe to the lawn outside the House of Awakened Culture, July 20, during the 2017 Canoe Journey. Canoe families are traveling to We Wei Kai and Wei Wai Kum First Nations territory at Campbell River, B.C. Suquamish was an early stop for Puget Sound indigenous nations traveling in the annual gathering of Northwest canoe cultures. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)

Interest in Canoe Journey continues to grow — here and abroad

100 canoes are expected to arrive at We Wei Kai/Wei Wai Kum

Sailors from Naval Base Kitsap carry a canoe to the lawn outside the House of Awakened Culture, July 20, during the 2017 Canoe Journey. Canoe families are traveling to We Wei Kai and Wei Wai Kum First Nations territory at Campbell River, B.C. Suquamish was an early stop for Puget Sound indigenous nations traveling in the annual gathering of Northwest canoe cultures. (Richard Walker/Kitsap News Group)
The Suquamish Tribe presents a model of a Coast Salish canoe to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum, July 14. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)

Suquamish Tribe presents Coast Salish canoe model to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum

Suquamish Tribe and Mayor Erickson celebrate new display with museum staff

The Suquamish Tribe presents a model of a Coast Salish canoe to the Poulsbo Maritime Museum, July 14. (Ian A. Snively/Kitsap News Group)
Evelynne Beatrice Gemmell in uniform during World War II. At 93, she was the Suquamish Tribe’s oldest veteran. (Courtesy Gemmell family)

A culture-bearer returns home | Passages

Evelynne Beatrice Gemmell’s heart was firmly rooted in Suquamish

Evelynne Beatrice Gemmell in uniform during World War II. At 93, she was the Suquamish Tribe’s oldest veteran. (Courtesy Gemmell family)