Tribal News and Issues

Hoopa’s state-of-the-art microfiltration drinking water treatment plant.

Lab Results Show Hoopa Valley Drinking Water is Safe

Humboldt County issued a health warning on August 20, for toxins associated with harmful blue-green algae found in the Trinity River at Kimtu Beach

Posted On: 08/28/2014 - 7:47pm
Raven Wilder-Surber, Arnold "Deacon" Ferris Jr., Lincoln Jackson, and Carolyn Lee take their oaths of office on Tuesday, August 26.

New Tribal Committee Members Sworn-In

Four community members took their new oaths of office at the swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday, August 26, at the Neighborhood Facilities (NF) Buildi

Posted On: 08/26/2014 - 3:11pm
Fire crews inspect the site of the Sugar Bowl fire inbetween Hoopa and Willow Creek.

Hoopa Valley Tribe and BIA Cooperate on Fire Response and Arson Investigations

The Hoopa Valley Tribe brought in teams and equipment from across the country for the first time this summer to help fight an unusually high number

Posted On: 08/25/2014 - 4:25pm
Hoopa TEPA and PUD Report No Blue-Green Algae Toxins Detected in Hoopa

Trace Amounts of Anatoxin-A at Kimtu Beach, None Found in Hoopa

Warning signs were posted at Kimtu Beach in Willow Creek on Wednesday, August 20, after tests showed trace amounts of Anatoxin-A – a chemical assoc

Posted On: 08/21/2014 - 2:37pm
Members of the Hoopa Youth Council with Chairperson Danielle Vigil-Masten just outside Governor Brown's Office in Sacramento.

Hoopa Youth Council Visits Governor's Office and Legislative Staff in Sacramento

Hoopa's Youth Council got a first hand look at how government works on Tuesday, August 19, when they went to the state capitol building in Sacramen

Posted On: 08/19/2014 - 7:17pm

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