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.

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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Progress update on local, Tribal fiber-optic network

By HVT Admin | September 5, 2019

The Hoopa Valley Tribe is working with Hunter Communications, Inc. to install a fiber-optic network to departments and entities. This project has been in the works for several years and…

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Why the 2020 Census is important

By HVT Admin | August 30, 2019

To anyone interested in applying for 2020 Census Jobs, below is a Lost Coast Outpost article detailing some background about the upcoming 2020 Census work opportunities: https://wildrivers.lostcoastoutpost.com/2019/aug/7/need-job-check-us-census-bureau/ As mentioned in…

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RSS KIDE Radio Station Feed

  • Friday Edition Ramos AB 1554 January 20, 2022
    In this Friday Edition we bring you a recording of a press conference about a “Special Order of Business”, a
  • Friday Edition Air Quality update January 13, 2022
    In this Friday Edition we interview Brian McCuaghey of the Hoopa Tribal Environmental Protection Agency about the ASPIRE program and
  • Friday Edition Environment January 12, 2022
    In this Friday Edition we share two edited audio stories. The first from an NPR Young Voices for the Planet
  • Friday Edition 12-31-2021 December 30, 2021
    In this Friday Edition we share more comments from the Girls Basketball guests from last week.  These are comments they
  • Friday Edition KTJUSD Girls Basketball December 28, 2021
    We have the pleasure to present to you the thoughts and feelings of five Klamath Trinity Joint Unified School District
  • How the Pandemic Changed Our Lives 3 December 17, 2021
    This is our third Friday Edition production about How the Pandemic Changed Our Lives.  The guests in this program are
  • How the Pandemic Changed Our Lives December 17, 2021
    This is the second Friday Edition feature of How the Pandemic Changed our Lives.  A co-Production Of KIDE-Hoopa, Two Rivers
  • Hoopa Elders: How the pandemic Changed our Life December 1, 2021
    (Right click URL to download) This is a post-produced audio of a live zoom call discussion we held on November
  • Dying for Water part 2 November 24, 2021
    Dying for Water: Indians, Politics and Dead Fish in the Klamath River Basin Right click to download: https://kidefm.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Dying-for-Water-Track-2.mp3″ In the
  • Dying for Water Part 1 November 24, 2021
    Dying for Water: Indians, Politics and Dead Fish in the Klamath River Basin Right click to download: In the fall

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

Phone: 530-625-4211

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