Community Clean-Up

Community Clean-Up Thanks to the departments and volunteers who participated in today’s event! HR, Credit, TANF, Ameri corps, OTA, Kimaw, Tribal Police, Roads, Plant Management, TEPA, Hoopa Shopping Center, Chairman Joe Davis, and Administration. The Community Clean-Up was such a success!

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Bridging the Digital Divide

This summer, the mountains moved in Hoopa Valley, CA. As a wildfire burned through trees and vegetation, a thunderstorm dropped two inches of rain in one day. The result was catastrophic. The rain, coupled with the unstable burned ground, caused the mountainsides along Klamath, Trinity, and Salmon rivers to collapse. “Our community was freaking out,…

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Biden Appointees Back Trump Administration’s Decision to Wipe Out $400 Million Owed by Central Valley Water Barons and Nullify Hoopa Sovereignty over its Trinity River Fishery.

The Hoopa Valley Tribe has renewed a 2020 lawsuit it had filed against the Trump Administration for financial misconduct, environmental depredation, and violation of tribal sovereignty and fishing rights in California’s Trinity River fishery. Read the full complaint

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Babies Learn Hupa Language Through Immersion

Hupa as a First Language By Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune While some children wake up on Saturday morning to watch cartoons and relax after a longweek of school, a handful of others gather for breakfast and a Hupa language immersion sessionwith their moms, dads and tiny peers. The most recent Hupa Language Immersion Nest…

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Federal Court Denies Request to Delay Hearing on Plan to Break Fishery Restoration Agreement

Federal Court Denies Government Request to Delay Hearing on Plan to Break 22 Year-Old FisheryRestoration Agreement Slams Department of Justice for “Hiding the Ball” on Interior Department’sAttempt to Terminate Hoopa Valley Tribe’s Sovereignty and Property Rights Bureau of Reclamation’s Pre-Holiday Scheme Backfires, for now. On Friday, December 23, 2022, in a rare and scathing rebuke,…

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Head Start Christmas

Santa, the Grinch, and two giant gingerbread men stopped for a visit at Hoopa Tribal Head Start to spread some holiday cheer and hand out presents last Wednesday before the students’ winter break. Head Start students returned to their classrooms on January 3, 2023. Head Starts thanks the Hoopa Fire Department for making this event…

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HVHS Student of the Month Nalani Colegrove

Nalani Colegrove is the daughter of Toni and Kevin Colegrove and a member of the Hoopa Tribe.  She has continuously participated in CSF and is proud to be in the top three of this year’s graduating class with a 4.0 GPA. She will end the school year having played four years of volleyball and softball. …

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HVHS Student of the Month Libby Hailey

Libby Hailey is the daughter of Angela Jarnaghan and Jordan Hailey, a Hoopa Tribal member and proud older sister to Damon, Michael, and Vivian Hailey. She has maintained a 4.0 GPA all four years as a HVHS Warrior. She has been a participant in CSF and ASB for three years. She enjoys beading; cultural activities…

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