Happy Holiday’s from Klamath Tribal Administration
Thank you “everyone” for such a great time and wonderful event today for the All Staff In-Service and Training.Below are a few highlights of today’s momentous occasion & Award Recognitions.
Thank you everyone for your years of dedication and commitment to the … Continue reading
E- News Release
Klamath Tribes new hotel ground breaking ceremony
By: Taylor R. Tupper- Klamath Tribes News Dept.
August 15, 2017
CHILOQUIN, OREGON — … Continue reading
Attention Klamath Tribal Members!
Important Klamath Tribal Meeting Notice!
Regarding: Water Issues
When: Monday, July 10, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: goos oLgi gowa
Klamath Tribes Community Center
35601 Choke Cherry Way
No Fracked Gas- Pipeline Informational Presentation
When: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Times: *4:00pm (for staff and others who ride the Quail Bus System)
& *5:00-6:30pm (Open informational meeting)
Klamath Tribal Council and Yurok Tribal Government – Building Relationships
Photos by: Taylor R. Tupper- Klamath Tribes News Dept.
On February 15, 2017, in Chiloquin, Oregon, home … Continue reading
Seeking the Voices of Tribal Youth – Call to Action!
Kickoff Meeting Held Today- More to come
YOUTH OF THE KLAMATH TRIBES – WE NEED YOU!
Klamath Falls, Oregon- Today, January 27, 2017 kicked off with the first gathering of the Klamath Tribes Youth … Continue reading
Chiloquin, Oregon- On Monday, January 23, 2017, during her first visit to the area while in office, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, stopped by to visit with the Klamath Tribes of Oregon for an impromptu meet and greet and to discuss opportunities and other concerns of the Klamath Tribes.
Klamath Tribal … Continue reading
Klamath Tribal Council invites the General Council Appointed Task Force, appropriate staff, and any interested enrolled Klamath Tribal members to attend the meeting to be held on January 23, 2017, beginning at 10:00 am at the Klamath Tribal Auditorium in Chiloquin, Oregon.
See notice below…
THE KLAMATH Tribal administration office will Be closed monday january 16th, 2017 in observance of Martin LUTHER KING’S Birthday. offices will reopen january 17th, 2017.
“Special” General Council Agenda
Saturday, December 31 – 10:00 am
Administration Auditorium, Chiloquin, OR
Call to order, quorum count, opening prayer
Review proposed Klamath Tribes Cannabis Ordinance-potential action per petition request
THE KLAMATH TRIBES ADMINISTRATION OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED November 11th in honor of Veteran’s Day. THE OFFICE WILL REOPEN Monday november 14th.
Attention Klamath Tribal Members Only!
Important Upper Williamson & Klamath Marsh Survey (Watershed above Kirk Reef)
Deadline is October 28, 2016
Click the Link Below!
On June 25th at a General Council Meeting, a motion was made by Rod Clarke, seconded by Duke Kimbol, to authorize our … Continue reading
FYI for Members. We are seeking information for the attached whereabouts of those listed.
Attached is a current list of Klamath Tribal members whose whereabouts are unknown or whose records do not otherwise contain mailing addresses. These members may have a settlement due them from the Indian Trust … Continue reading
THE TRIBAL COURT OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2016, FROM 8:30AM-1:00PM FOR TRAINING.
CALL Penny IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND!
783-2219 Ext 122
DRUMMERS FOR OPEN CEREMONY
Call To Reserve Your Spot on the Bus … Continue reading
Klamath Tribal Council meets with Bureau of Reclamation Representatives
Chiloquin, OR- On Thursday, May 26, 2016, Klamath Tribal Council Officials- Chairman Don Gentry, Vice-Chairwoman Gail Hatcher, Secretary Roberta Frost, and Council Member Kathleen Hatcher-Mitchell, met with Bureau of Reclamation representatives to discuss local and regional area matters that affect … Continue reading
Special thank you goes to the Wocus Bay Drum/Singers for their beautiful honor song and prayer.
For more information please contact the Klamath Tribes at 1-800-524-9787
*All photos by: … Continue reading
Klamath Tribes, Hoopa Valley Tribe, Karuk Tribe, and Yurok Tribe
April 20, 2016, Redding, California
The four Klamath River Tribes met in Redding, California on April 20, 2016 at the Win River Resort and facility.
*Special thank you to the Redding Rancheria for your beautiful facility and hospitality.
Klamath Tribal Culture & Heritage Department Update
Information provided by: Culture & Heritage Department Director, Perry Chocktoot
Photo by: Klamath News Dept., Rhonda Kruhler
The Klamath Tribes Culture and Heritage Department has four employees:
The Administrative Assistant – Mandy Roberson
Cultural Resource Protection Specialist – Lilliann Watah
Language Instructor … Continue reading