Suquamish

<em>Patricia Ferguson-Bohnee, Director of Indian Legal Clinic, ASU Law; Chair Marcia Fudge, US House Subcommittee on Elections; Doreen McPaul, Attorney General, Navajo Nation; Chairman Leonard Forsman, Suquamish Tribe; Elvis Norquay, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Tribal Member; and Jacqueline De Leon, Attorney, Native American Rights Fund.									 </em>Photo courtesy Suquamish Tribe

Suquamish chairman urges Congress to expand Native American voting rights

Suquamish Tribal Chairman Leonard Forsman has called upon U.S. Congress to adopt a Native Voting Rights Act similar to that which was recently passed by… Continue reading

 

Suspect at large after fleeing from troopers and crashing in Suquamish

Suquamish police: subject fled into the woods near Totten Road

 

Rep. Kilmer hosts Suquamish town hall

Before heading back to Washington D.C., Washington’s 6th District Representative Derek Kilmer — along with his 13-year-old daughter in tow — held a town hall… Continue reading

Deputies and police bust alleged drug dealer at Suquamish casino

A Port Orchard man was arrested for allegedly dealing drugs at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort in the early morning hours of Saturday, Jan. 19.… Continue reading

(photo courtesy of Fishline)

Tickets on sale for Fishline’s annual gala and auction

Fishline will kick off its annual benefit Gala and Auction Feb. 1, as the Clearwater Casino Resort will be transformed into a woodland fairytale with… Continue reading

(photo courtesy of Fishline)
After hours of building, Peterson’s igloo is finally complete. (photo by Stella Peterson)

Home sleet home

Suquamish family makes the most of snow days by building an igloo

After hours of building, Peterson’s igloo is finally complete. (photo by Stella Peterson)

Ring in 2020 across North Kitsap

There are plenty of fun ways to ring in the new year across North Kitsap, here are just some of them. You won’t need a… Continue reading

Witnesses say Chiefstick dropped screwdriver before being shot

In an interview with investigators of the July 3 officer-involved shooting, two witnesses claim they saw Stonechild Chiefstick drop what appeared to be the screwdriver… Continue reading

Suquamish Tribe celebrates 150th Anniversary of the founding of Seattle

The Suquamish Tribal Council adopted a proclamation recognizing the 150th Anniversary of the founding of the City of Seattle on Dec. 2, 1869. The proclamation… Continue reading

Family, public respond to footage from fatal police shooting

On Nov. 12 the North Kitsap Herald received another release of documents and body camera footage from the investigators of a July 3 police shooting… Continue reading

Attorney Rion Ramierez hired to be Port Madison Enterprises’ new CEO. (photo courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)

Rion Ramirez Hired as Port Madison Enterprises’ New CEO

The Suquamish Tribe announced Wednesday that it has hired renowned Indian Country attorney Rion Ramirez to be the new CEO of Port Madison Enterprises, effective… Continue reading

Attorney Rion Ramierez hired to be Port Madison Enterprises’ new CEO. (photo courtesy of Suquamish Tribe)
During a Struggle with Chiefstick, Officer Craig Keller lost his body camera which was later recovered at the scene, footage from the camera has yet to be released. (photo courtesy of KCIRT)

Witness statements describe Chiefstick’s final moments

Recently released investigation materials outline the moments leading up to fatal July 3 shooting

During a Struggle with Chiefstick, Officer Craig Keller lost his body camera which was later recovered at the scene, footage from the camera has yet to be released. (photo courtesy of KCIRT)
(photo from Suquamish Tribe)

Suquamish Foundation celebrates giving on Indigenous Peoples Day

On Indigenous Peoples Day, the Suquamish Tribe released a new video showcasing the Tribe’s charitable giving. For the vast majority of the nation, Monday, Oct.… Continue reading

(photo from Suquamish Tribe)

One dead in North Kitsap collision

A 55-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident at the intersection of Miller Bay Road Northeast and Northeast Wood Bay Road… Continue reading

Photo Gallery | Canoe Journey 2018

Dozens of canoe families arrived on the shores of the Suquamish on Wednesday afternoon as part of the annual Tribal Journey. After requesting permission to… Continue reading

&lt;em&gt;The 68-year-old Agate Pass Bridge is due for its annual cleaning and safety inspection.		 &lt;/em&gt;File photo

Agate Pass Bridge cleaning, inspection scheduled this month

One-way alternating traffic Feb. 12-15, Feb. 20-23, Feb. 24-25, Feb. 26 to March 2

&lt;em&gt;The 68-year-old Agate Pass Bridge is due for its annual cleaning and safety inspection.		 &lt;/em&gt;File photo

Station wagon crashes into shuttle bus carrying 15; no injuries

Car’s driver is charged with driving under the influence and failing to stop at a red light

Pedestrian struck by car near Agate Pass Bridge

SUQUAMISH –A Kingston woman was struck by a car at 11:25 p.m. Feb. 3 while she walked across Highway 305 near the Agate Pass Bridge.… Continue reading

Calina Lawrence … Suquamish art-ivist is taking a stand for environmental and social justice through her music and poetry. (Image: From her video, “Don’t Count Me Out”)

Suquamish art-ivist uses the power of poetry, song in social justice movement

‘It’s an honor to be a part and to celebrate and to speak truth’

Calina Lawrence … Suquamish art-ivist is taking a stand for environmental and social justice through her music and poetry. (Image: From her video, “Don’t Count Me Out”)