Oregon Water Resources Department to Host Open House on Groundwater Management for Senior Surface Water Rights (Chiloquin, OR) – The Oregon Water Resources Department is holding an open house on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, at the Chiloquin Community Center located at 140 South 1st Avenue in Chiloquin from 11:00 am […]
Tribal Spotlight on Success- New Author, Inspiring Book of Poems: One Open Heart Meet Klamath Tribal Member, Erwin Lee (Sugar) Crain, Sr. See his story and how you can get a copy of his wonderful book below… Congratulations on this wonderful project!
No Compensation for Klamath Project Irrigators Due to Senior Tribal Rights Washington , DC (November 15, 2019) – On November 14, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed the Court of Federal Claims decision in Baley v. United States, denying compensation to Klamath Project irrigators for a claimed […]
In Loving Memory, Celebration of Life Service for Nadra Lynn Gallagher will be held in Klamath Falls, Oregon, on Saturday, November 16th at Noon – Klamath County Fairgrounds exhibit building #1 Potluck style lunch and (desserts-her favorite) immediately following service- Bring your favorite to share.
~A Friendly Reminder~ On November 15th from 5-7:30 we have set aside a time to come together to celebrate the many ways we are grateful for our indigenous peoples and community! Yearly gatherings to honor family, friends, and culture have been part of our ancestral ways for millennia. Through relationship we […]
If so and you are: A tribal member Between the ages 21 and 64 Have never attended a college or university Contact Sally Brandt, 541-783-2219, Ext.128 or Coquise Wilson, 541-783-2219, Ext. 133 and ask how. Don’t miss this opportunity. We’re waiting to hear from YOU!
Attention Tribal Members, Please consider joining members of Tribal Council and the Culture and Heritage Department for a site visit on Thursday, October 10th, 2019 Despite the strong efforts of the Klamath Tribes, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a license for construction of the Swan Lake North Pumped Storage […]
Notice to all Klamath Tribal Members… The 2020 Census is fast approaching. The Klamath Tribes will soon be bringing you more information regarding this very important process. Note: The upcoming census count is more important than ever, especially for Native peoples living in tribal communities who are historically under-counted. Hard-to-Count communities […]
October 10th- Site Visit for Members… Attention Klamath Tribal Members, Despite the strong efforts of the Klamath Tribes, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a license for construction of the Swan Lake North Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project. To meet its obligations under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation […]
The following is a list of Klamath Tribal People with Per Capita checks returned to the Members Benefits office. Mrs. McNair will be in Portland, Sept. 20th, with these returned checks if anyone is available to attend and pick up their check – at the Outreach Meeting See list […]
Hello We are excited to have this event in La Pine, it is something we have wished to have for some time now. The presenter, Celebrating Traditions, is a local non-profit that will be utilizing the funds raised for a Native Language Fair in April 2020. The plans sound wonderful, […]
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) for FY2020, will be starting October 1, 2019. Please see the attached Yearly Announcement Flyer and the LIHEAP FY2020 Application. Energy Assistance may provide $250-550 to low-income households, to help with: Firewood Electric Bill Natural Gas Bill Liquid Gas (Propane) Heating Oil […]
Good Morning! Please help me involve the community in this project of naming the Native American designated commercial tobacco quit line. I am committed to seeing this project through to the end, and am working closely with NPAIHB. Thank you very much! ~Lynda SURVEY BELOW… click the […]
Spotlight on Success, Hard work and Dedication Today, Klamath Tribal Member, Rowena Jackson went before Klamath Tribal Council seeking support. The following note is from Rowena to Council, ______________ To the Klamath Tribal Council, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to speak today before our Tribal Council. I […]
Hello All, Next week several community partners will be centered at the KTHFS Multi-purpose building to provide alcohol & drug treatment interventions for Chiloquin area residents. We will be able to provide assessments and immediate referrals to both detox and residential. Bed spaces are open and individuals will be able […]
Good Afternoon, We are still looking for those people interested in attending CERT training. CERT is a positive and realistic approach to emergency situations where citizens initially will be on their own and their actions can make a difference. Citizens can be trained to manage utilities and put out small […]
Rayson was a Modoc Indian of the Klamath Tribes. He was born on Jan. 14, 1947, in Klamath Falls, Ore. He was born to Modoc parents Bill and Rachel Tupper. He went home at the age of 72, to be with his Lord and Savior on July 28, 2019, with […]
Will Governor Kate Brown Stand With Indigenous People in Oregon? By Ka’ila Farrell-Smith Left (Ka’ila) and fellow Tribal Member, Rowena Jackson . Indigenous people like me are wondering whether Gov. Kate Brown will learn from the best of history – or repeat the worst. I was a recent college graduate […]
The CERT program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT offers a consistent, nationwide approach to volunteer training and organization that […]