Hoopa Valley Tribal News

On this page, you can find the Hoopa Valley Tribe's News outlets, which include the Two Rivers Tribune, the KIDE Radio Station, and the Hoopa Valley Tribal Facebook page. In detail, the blog posts below are taken from the HVT Facebook page, and further below are direct feeds to the Two Rivers Tribune and KIDE Radio Station websites; please click on the title "Two Rivers Tribune" or "KIDE Radio Station" to visit that particular webpage.

12.17.2020 Memo from KMC about an Additional COVID Case

By HVT Admin | December 17, 2020

Please continue to wear a mask, wash your hands, and social distance. *Shared from the K’ima:w Medical Center Official Facebook page.

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8.18.20 Council Meeting rescheduled to 8.27.20

By HVT Admin | August 18, 2020

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Memo 8.18.20 Council Meeting

By HVT Admin | August 13, 2020

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Hoopa Valley Tribe Files Lawsuit to Block Federal Water Contracts

By HVT Admin | August 13, 2020

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Order #1

By Mathew Douglas | March 19, 2020
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Hazardous fuels reduction burn, Masonite area

By HVT Admin | October 16, 2019

Brief Announcement from the Hoopa Fire Department: Per Chief Rod Mendes and Division Chief Nels Nelson, the Hoopa Fire Department will be conducting a hazardous fuels reduction pile burn in…

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Hoopa Food Sovereignty News

By HVT Admin | October 4, 2019

Hoopa Food Sovereignty News – Good habits formed at youth make all the difference! Intertribal Agricultural Council, Students Rebuild and Global Nomads Group are excited to introduce you to Robert…

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Hoopa Tribal 2020 Primary Election

By HVT Admin | September 20, 2019

To all Tribal Members, the Hoopa Valley Tribe has officially opened an Election on Thursday, September 19th, 2019. Beginning yesterday, Hoopa Tribal Members may now obtain candidacy papers in the…

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Hoopa Trading Post approaches completion

By HVT Admin | September 13, 2019

“Recently, the Office of Self-Governance purchased a mobile butchering station. The station is currently up and running and temporarily housing a Tribal Member’s second pig that they have begun processing.…

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RSS Two Rivers Tribune Feed

  • Possession of Controlled Substance for Sale Arrest December 16, 2020
    During a search of the vehicle, deputies located materials consistent with packaging and sales of a controlled substance. During a search of Hostler incident to arrest, deputies located approximately 37 grams of heroin packaged for sales.
  • A Curriculum that Empowers December 9, 2020
    “I know it’s possible to create a curriculum that empowers Native youth,” Baldy said. “We know we have a curriculum that disempowers them, that takes their stories from them. We know we have these situations where they’re not feeling empowered to go into higher education. We know that once they get there, they’re confronted consistently […]
  • Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified Schools Remain Closed Through January December 9, 2020
    The current data in the county, region and state have led us to make the following decisions. KTJUSD will keep the current status of offering a Distance Learning Educational Platform. Student appointments will not be allowed for the week of December 14, except for when required by law. Student appointments will not be allowed during […]
  • Empty Halls December 9, 2020
    Plans to reopen campuses were put on hold on Monday due to the substantial increase of case counts in Humboldt County. Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District administrators looking at early February as a best-case reopening timeframe. Part of the reopening process requires the county to move into the Mild-to-Moderate classification in California’s Blueprint for a […]
  • Former Hoopa Warrior Jacob Hodge Prepares to Go Pro December 9, 2020
    Yet another former Hoopa High wrestler appears to be on the verge of making some serious noise in the sport of MMA. Following in the footsteps of UFC pros Orion and Louis Cosce, 22-year-old Jacob Hodge is getting ready to embark on his own pro career. And according to his trainer Brian Wilson of the […]
  • VOICES: The MORE ACT December 9, 2020
    On Friday, December 4, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed HR 3884, the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement (MORE) Act. The MORE Act, will decriminalize cannabis, removing cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act, expunge federal marijuana convictions, and impose a five percent tax on cannabis products. The revenue from the tax is to provide […]
  • VOICES: Chairman’s Response to Cannabis Column December 8, 2020
    We all, for the most part, can agree the benefits of cannabis are well documented and many states, including California, allow for the cultivation, distribution, sales, and use of cannabis with local and State regulations and restrictions to regulate its use. The problem lies squarely with the Tribe being under the jurisdiction of the federal […]

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Hoopa, CA 95546

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