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Bipartisan Padilla-Moran-Lankford National Council of Urban Indian Health Amendment for urban Indian health passes Senate

On Monday, the Senate voted on amendments to the bipartisan infrastructure package including the Padilla-Moran-Lankford Urban Indian Health Amendment, which passed 90-7. The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) has worked closely on a bipartisan basis for the past year on this technical legislative fix to support health care for tribal members who reside off of reservations. This amendment would allow existing resources to be used to fund infrastructure projects within the Indian health system.
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Neah Bay, WAPeninsula Daily News

Makah Tribe strengthens its rules as COVID-19 cases rise

NEAH BAY — The Makah Tribe Council lifted on Tuesday a shelter-in-place order issued Monday, but it is returning to Phase 2 of its COVID-19 protection protocols, barring all indoor gatherings and limiting outdoor gatherings to 10 people. The changes stem from four positive COVID-19 cases being confirmed between Monday...
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Over a dozen new AHAB sirens added locally

16 new tsunami alert sirens have been added within our area, including 12 in Grays Harbor and 4 in Pacific County, to alert the public of an emergency situation, and all will be included in upcoming tests. According to the Washington Military Department, the local additions were among 50 new...
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5 Day Trips on the Olympic Peninsula’s West Side

With the town of Forks as your West Side basecamp, experience unique small towns and communities while learning about centuries-old Native American traditions and culture. Marvel at dramatic waterfalls and a glacier-fed lake or soak in soothing hot springs. Traverse a lush rain forest, beach or wilderness trail. Or follow in the tracks of your favorite Twilight character. Keep reading to learn about five day trips on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula.
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Electric Vehicle Charging in Olympic National Park and Beyond

If the awe-inspiring snowy peaks, verdant rainforests and moody beaches of Olympic National Park don’t make you want to be kinder to Mother Nature, we’re not sure what will. Plan an eco-friendly road trip to this stunning corner of Washington in your electric vehicle. Much of the park and surrounding areas are remote without many services, but with a little strategic planning, you can enjoy a road trip with a smaller carbon footprint and make use of EV charging stations.
Moviesthefocus.news

Are Stephenie Meyer's siblings in Twilight? Which characters are named after family members?

Are you looking to relive your vampire-obsessed teenage years? Were you team Jacob or team Edward? Well you can decide whether you’re a werewolf or vampire fan as the whole Twilight Saga has recently dropped on Netflix. Many fans are discovering new things about their favourite franchise. Did you know that author Stephenie Meyer named many of her characters after her siblings? We take a look at exactly which characters were inspired by her family members.
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10 WA Beaches That Will Make Wanna Drive To The Coast Right Now

Looking for some uniquely beautiful beaches? You’ve come to the right place!. Washington State has stunning beaches to offer. A short road trip to the coast is all it takes to enjoy foggy shores, incredible cliffs, mountain views, and so much more!. 1. Cape Disappointment. Found in the southernmost area...
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50 new sirens added to statewide Tsunami Siren Network

Fifty new tsunami sirens installed by the Washington Emergency Management Division have completed the statewide tsunami siren network and will help make the coast a safer place. The new All-Hazard Alert Broadcast (AHAB) sirens are filling critical gaps in the tsunami warning infrastructure. Without the funding from the Washington state...
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Native American Northwest Coast Bird shaped masks Among Northwest Coast peoples, including the Kwakwaka’wakw, Makah, and Nuu-chah-nulth represented here, masks are an essential part of important winter ceremonials, which reenact the adventures of hero-ancestors and spirit beings in the mythological past. Uploaded by new guinea tribal art.
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The National Park Service Turns 105!

The US National Parks are home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the United States. From the craggy peaks of Denali to the lush swamps of Everglades, there’s plenty to enjoy and discover on your adventures to the United States’ finest outdoor recreation sites. However, our beloved parks...
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EPA Agrees To Reevaluate Trump-Era Washington State Water Quality Rollbacks

Biden administration EPA concerned that Trump standards were not protective of public health or based on science. The Biden administration took an important step in reversing the Trump administration’s effort to gut Washington state’s clean water protections. On July 6, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington approved the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to reevaluate the Trump administration’s rollback of Washington state water quality standards developed to protect people from toxic pollution.
Clallam County, WAPeninsula Daily News

New book gathers writers, artists from Northwest

Hold this book in your hands, and you’re holding a gathering: Women who farm, fish, make art and write are all together inside. And now a cross-section will present their words and thoughts to the wider world in two open-air, in-person readings from “The Madrona Project: Voices from the Heart of Cascadia.”
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EPA Agrees to Reevaluate Trump-era Washington State Water Quality Rollbacks

Seattle, WA — The Biden administration took an important step in reversing the Trump administration’s effort to gut Washington state’s clean water protections. On July 6, 2021, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington approved the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to reevaluate the Trump administration’s rollback of Washington state water quality standards developed to protect people from toxic pollution.
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Head to Hands On Children’s Museum in July For Big Adventures During Summer Splash!

The summer is just heating up and there is no place better than the Hands On Children’s Museum Summer Splash! Festival, presented by WSECU. With the theme “Big Adventures” (sponsored by Small to Tall Pediatric Dentistry) July promises to be a fun-filled learning adventure, with plenty for the entire family to enjoy together. “We are so excited to be open again to serve families in the community with hands-on learning opportunities through the summer,” shares Amy Ginsburg, senior development manager at Hands On Children’s Museum (HOCM). Make your reservations online today!
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