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Hoopa Tribal Snapshot News

Within this section, we provide a brief look at recent Tribal News--gathered and uploaded by our Public Relations resources. If you want to read more about one of the stories below, click on the post and the article will load.

Tribal Election 2019 Update

To anyone looking for information on the current Hoopa Valley Tribal Election for 2019, here are the official candidates: Chairman: + Ryan Jackson + Byron Nelson Jr. + Edward Guyer II + Gary Risling Agency Field District Councilmember: + Virgil G. Doolittle + Oscar L. Billings Bald Hill District Councilmember: + Carol Ann McCullough-Cunha +…
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Tribal Members Urge School District to Provide Transparency Around Funding

By: Erika Eva Tracy Over the past few years, the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District (KTJUSD) has become increasingly less transparent, less open to community input, and less accountable to parents, tribes, and community members. As the Executive Director of the Hoopa Tribal Education Association, I hear from frustrated parents and students almost every day.…
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Hoopa Power Outage Update

​Due to the power outages throughout the valley, we attached the Hoopa Valley Tribe’s operations and hours for February 11th, 2019: – The Hoopa Tribal Offices and NF shall be open during regular hours until 5 pm, thus if anyone would like to warm up or charge some small devices in available outlets: they are…
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500k Concrete Batch Plant

At the start of this winter, we took the photo above of the state-of-the-art 500k Concrete Batch Plant at the Hoopa Roads Aggregate and Ready-Mix. Although this topic was covered previously through local news channels, we want to highlight this impressive machinery on our social media accounts. In detail, this concrete batch plant is equipped…
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New Council Chambers, and Honoring Ceremony

Earlier this week, the Hoopa Valley Tribe unveiled the new and modified Tribal Council Chambers. Numerous features were added to make meetings more efficient and accessible. For example, for those who have difficulty hearing in the audience, we installed microphones for each Councilmember to 1) increase the odds of ensuring everyone hears, and 2) to…
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Hoopa Shopping Center Update, January 2019

Concerning recent developments, a vast majority of the managerial positions have been filled; we are beginning the interview process for the remaining key positions, such as maintenance and security, this week. As for construction-related progress, all major construction is complete. Primarily, the remaining things required to open the store are installations with the shelving, minor…
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About Hoopa Valley Tribe

We, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, are a Tribal Government dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the Hoopa Valley Indians, and cooperating and collaborating with Federal, State, and local Governments.


Hoopa Valley Tribe

11860 State Hwy 96

PO Box 1348

Hoopa, CA 95546

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