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.

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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Brief PG&E Announcement

By HVT Admin | August 26, 2019

PG&E UPDATE FOR TODAY PG&E has (1) Drone that will be doing an electrical transmission line inspection today in the area on the Maple Creek-Hoopa circuit. This is known as…

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PG&E Power Line Inspections in Hoopa

By HVT Admin | August 16, 2019

Be advised: PG&E will continue to fly along distribution lines in high fire-threat areas of Humboldt County, including areas on the Hoopa Valley Reservation, through Sunday, August 18th, 2019. They…

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Thanks for attending 31st Annual Sovereign Days

By HVT Admin | August 13, 2019

Many thanks to everyone who came last weekend and attended this year’s 31st Annual Sovereign Days Celebration. We’d also like to show gratitude towards the Two Rivers Tribune for taking…

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HVT Special Election – Norton Field District

By HVT Admin | August 5, 2019

To any Hoopa Tribal members who want to run for a vacant Councilmember position, we are holding a Special Election for the Norton Field District. As of July 31st, 2019,…

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31st Annual Sovereign Days Flyer

Sovereign Days: 31st Annual Celebration

By HVT Admin | July 29, 2019

With this year’s 31st Sovereign Days planned for next week, we want to help distribute the flyer for the events. By doing so, community members have more opportunity to check…

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KTJUSD Hoopa Elementary School facilitates Coding Camp

By HVT Admin | July 25, 2019

Benefits from learning to code Hoopa Elementary School, Hoopa, CA: Since technology is becoming more advanced, it makes sense to encourage students to learn about coding. Besides, not only does…

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Hoopa Rodeo: 44th Annual Event

By HVT Admin | July 24, 2019

Everyone is more than welcome to attend this year’s 44th Annual Hoopa Rodeo at the Rodeo Grounds. We scheduled the Rodeo for August 3rd – 4th, 2019. The gates will…

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This Week’s Tentative Schedule: 07/15/2019 – 07/19/2019

By HVT Admin | July 15, 2019

This Week’s Tentative Weekly Schedule for the Hoopa Valley Tribal Council: 07/15/2019 – 07/19/2019

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RSS Two Rivers Tribune Feed

  • Court Upholds Tribes’ Klamath Basin Water Rights May 20, 2020
    The KID and Shasta View plaintiffs argued that the Bureau of Reclamation cannot comply with the ESA or tribal water rights until the irrigators’ rights under state law are fulfilled or paid for. Hoopa Valley and the Klamath Tribes refused to join in litigation of that redundant and false legal theory and urged the court […]
  • The Continued Impact of COVID-19 on Native American Communities and Others April 24, 2020
    Experts caution that Native populations are at an even greater risk for severe illness from COVID-19 due to the extremely vulnerable nature of their populations, which experience high rates of diabetes, heart disease, as well as respiratory diseases in addition to limited access to healthcare. Over time, the CDC has released data that illustrates that […]
  • Shine Bright April 24, 2020
    In unison with HDN schools in the region, a handful of Hoopa Valley High School Seniors gathered at 8:20 p.m. on Monday night at the football field while Vice Principal and Athletic Director Craig Cornelson turned on the stadium lights in honor of the senior class. “The lights shined bright for our HVHS senior athletes […]
  • In Loving Memory: CAROLYNN “THRESA” ELENORA HENDERSON-BUSSELL April 22, 2020
    Carolynn “Thresa” Elenora Henderson-Bussell, 90, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Friday, April 10, 2020 at the Koon-Henderson-Bussell Ranch “xontehtaw xa:h-mah-xa:n-din”.
  • In Loving Memory: DWAYNE CLYDE FERRIS April 22, 2020
    Dwayne Clyde Ferris, 74, went to continue his spiritual journey on April 12, 2020 after a lengthy battle with Leukemia. Dwayne was raised by his parents the late Wilfred Ferris, Sr. and Zona Drake-Ferris in Orleans, California. Fifty years ago, Dwayne married the love of his life Patricia Marshall and together they raised five children. […]
  • Uptick in Business at Local Nurseries and Hardware Stores April 21, 2020
    By RHONDA BIGOVICH, Two Rivers Tribune The Shelter-in-Place order implemented on March 25 has kept California residents corralled inside their homes and within the confines of their property lines. Many have applied their free time tending to home improvement and landscaping projects or planting fruit and vegetable gardens. The local, state-wide and national Stay-at-Home orders […]
  • Big Decisions Amid Curvy Graphs and Hidden Data April 21, 2020
    • There are 13 Bay Area and/or nearby county health officers discussing daily which activities might be opened up to relax shelter-in-place restrictions. The plan, being hashed out by the Association of San Francisco Bay Area Health Officers is to loosen restrictions by May 4 on lower-risk activities in 13 jurisdictions, from Sonoma to Santa […]

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About Hoopa Valley Tribe

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Phone: 530-625-4211

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