Please see the attached last quarter Klamath Newsletter (PDF) for your convenience. Paper copies mailed out this morning.
Inside this news issue:
Press Release: Upper … Continue reading
Please post the attached Notice for the returned and unclaimed annual gaming revenue checks. The deadline to claim these checks is December 31, 2017.
RETURNED ANNUAL GAMING REVENUE CHECKS
The Klamath Tribes Member Benefits Department is posting this public notification … Continue reading
email: email@example.com or call 541-783-2219 ext. 195
Please Post/Share the attached Notice for the Returned Nez Perce Jewell checks. The deadline to claim these checks is December 31, 2017.
RETURNED NEZ PERCE V JEWELL CHECKS
The Klamath Tribes Member Benefits … Continue reading
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
Known to many as “The Friendly Giant”, Rodolfo “Rudy” Escatel was born in Ashland, Oregon on November 28th 1951. He was welcomed into heaven’s gates on the evening of Dec. 5, 2017, … Continue reading
KLAMATH TRIBES OF OREGON PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- December 11, 2017
More information contact:
Klamath Tribal Chairman, Don Gentry (541) 783-2219 ext. 100 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
KLAMATH TRIBES SUPPORT THE PROTECTION OF BEARS EARS NATIONAL MONUMENT
Chiloquin, OR- The Klamath Tribes announce today their full support and stand in … Continue reading
Attention Klamath Tribal Members – Water Meeting Notice!
Klamath Tribes’ General Council Water Update:
January 9, 2018 – Two Sessions – 1-4 pm & 6-8 pm
January 10, 2018 – Two Sessions – 1-4 pm & 6-8 pm
Klamath Tribes … Continue reading
“Thank You” to Oregon Senator Merkley!
Senator Merkley issued an official statement taking a stand in OPPOSITION to the Pacific Connector Fracked Gas Pipeline and the Jordan Cove LNG Export terminal!
Oregon Senator Merkely – “I cannot turn away from the … Continue reading
In Memory of,
ALL are welcome! There will be drumming, singing, dancing, and cultural presentations.
Doors open at 4:30 PM and dinner served at 5:30 PM. Free salmon dinner.
Mt Mazama room, upstairs in the College Union building. Oregon Tech, 3201 Campus Drive, Klamath Falls, OR 97601 . This Thurs Nov 30, … Continue reading
Oregon’s youth who are affected by this proposal are standing up. Will you stand up for our future too, Governor Brown?
Pictured above … Continue reading
Farrah Parrish is a 14 year old descendant of the Klamath Tribes. She is the daughter of Brad Parrish and AJ Heemsah; granddaughter of Roberta Frost and the late Terry Parrish Sr. Farrah has grown up on the side lines watching both her parents play basketball. Now Farrah … Continue reading
Everyone Welcome! Tuesday, November 7, 2017- Lewis & Clark Law School
WHEN: Tomorrow, November 4th
Time: 10:00am- 4:00pm
Where: Tribal Community Center (Goos olgi gowa)
Off Hwy 162- Chiloquin, Oregon
Across from Mormon Church- on the Road to Crater Lake
Everyone Welcome! Come Shop! Come Set up a Table!
All Tribal Members Welcome to come set up! Fee is just a … Continue reading
Mercedez Alexiz Rasdal gained her angel wings on Oct.22nd, 2017, after an eight month battle with DIPG (brain cancer) . Mercedez was gifted to this world in Klamath Falls on May 22nd, 2006 to Eric Rasdal and Tyra Moore. She attended … Continue reading
Klamath Tribes Prevention Office at 633 Main St in Klamath Falls. 5:30PM
Moccasin Making Class -Chiloquin, Oregon
November 3, 2017 (All Day), cost for materials and instruction is $75.00. Contact Noree at 541.325.2115, or email her: email@example.com or you can Pre-Pay Danita Herrera. Thank you
Be Ready for Rock Your Mocc’s! Moccasin making class in Chiloquin on Friday, November 3rd. Class will be … Continue reading
Final Deadline to Submit Documents Set for Payment in the Cobell Settlement and Court Approval of Initial Scholarship Payment:
The US District Court for the District of Columbia (the “Court”) has set November 27, 2017 as the final deadline for any Class Member or the heir of a Class Member … Continue reading
Pray for the Fish!
100 Year Prayer- October 25th, 2017
10:15am – Pacific Time
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017, marks the 100 year anniversary since the Copco 1 Dam, on the Klamath River, closed its gates and shut off Salmon and Steelhead to the entire Klamath Lake Basin and upper tributaries … Continue reading
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gew ?a seesas Joseph Dupris. ni ?a mbosaksaawaskni gi. ewskni ?an gi, moowat’aakknii ?an gi, nuumu ?an gi, mnicoujou lakota ?an gi.
pk’isap gew Kathy Hill gi coy ptisap gew Joseph Dupris gi. pq’olip gew Janie Haddock gi coy pk’aasip gew Pat Hill gi. pt’eewip gew Mona … Continue reading
After 100 Years… this natural tributary is now re-open for Historic Fish Passage
We’re excited to share this 9 minute video link that shows the monumental efforts by so many, to re-open the Crater Lake/Sun Creek Channel in Fort Klamath, Oregon. This video, produced by Jeff Gersh and … Continue reading
Klamath Tribes oppose Jordan Cove – Pacific Connector Comments 9-1-17
NOTICE-The Ramah Navajo Chapter v Jewell Settlement Distribution will be on October 27, 2017 in the amount of $395.02. All the checks will be mailed out to the address we have on file. Members will not be able to come in and … Continue reading
A lot of news articles about evacuations have come out of the wildfires in wine country – if you had just a few minutes to evacuate, what would you take? Below is a compilation of the best recommendations I could find from some of these articles, in no … Continue reading
“This is a very powerful stance by this warrior and shows the true intent of the newly elected officials of US Government to make decisions that benefit the few and forsake the many. With strong leadership and courage to call a skunk a skunk hopefully we can get this message … Continue reading
Working to improve conditions in the rivers and streams for future generations
CHILOQUIN, OR. – In cooperation with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the … Continue reading