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.

Tribal Members Urge School District to Provide Transparency Around Funding

By HVT Admin | February 12, 2019

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…

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Hoopa Power Outage Update

By HVT Admin | February 11, 2019

​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…

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500k Concrete Batch Plant

By HVT Admin | February 8, 2019

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…

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New Council Chambers, and Honoring Ceremony

By HVT Admin | January 24, 2019

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…

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Hoopa Shopping Center Update, January 2019

By HVT Admin | January 22, 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…

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58th All Indian Committee Meeting

By HVT Admin | January 14, 2019

On this Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 at noon in the Neighborhood Facility, there will be a Committee Meeting for the upcoming All Indian Basketball Tournament in early March 2019. Everyone…

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HVT Educational Overview Video

By HVT Admin | January 7, 2019

The above video, filmed in early 2018, was a collaboration between the Hoopa Valley Tribe and Rob Lowe’s production team and strove to express educational information. Additionally, the video has…

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Hoopa Tribal Police Department Update, January 2019

By HVT Admin | January 4, 2019

Happy New Year’s to everyone, and we hope the celebrations were safe and memorable! To help bring in the New 2019 Year, we would like to give a brief update…

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First Tribal General Meeting of 2019

By HVT Admin | December 26, 2018

To the Hoopa Valley Tribal Members, the Hoopa Valley Tribal Council and Tribal Chairman would like to welcome all of the membership to the upcoming Tribal General Meeting on January…

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  • In Loving Memory: Candi Dee Colegrove-Tracy May 7, 2019
    Candi Dee Colegrove-Tracy, born November 2, 1961, passed away May 3, 2019 at her home in Hoopa, CA surrounded by family and friends. Candi was born in Hoopa and was a proud member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe. She attended school at Fredrick & Charles and was a beautician by trade. Worked at Child Development, […]
  • Whiteout Causes Blackout February 11, 2019
    As of Sunday afternoon the Hoopa Valley Tribe’s Office of Emergency Services Director Rod Mendes said electricity could be restored to the Klamath-Trinity region by Monday at 4 p.m., however there is a chance it will be restored earlier, or later, depending on crews’ ability to repair the main transmission line.
  • Hoopa Tribe Wins Lawsuit Against FERC January 26, 2019
    A federal court of appeals unanimously sided with the Hoopa Valley Tribe, ruling that FERC, the states of California and Oregon, and PacifiCorp can no longer stall dam license conditions to protect fish. The ruling came more than three years after the Hoopa Valley Tribe filed a lawsuit against FERC in November 2015. PacifiCorp’s FERC […]
  • Hoopa Tribe Wins Lawsuit to Expedite Klamath River Dam Removal January 26, 2019
    A federal court of appeals today unanimously sided with the Hoopa Valley Tribe, ruling that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the states of California and Oregon, and PacifiCorp can no longer stall dam license conditions to protect fish. For decades, the Hoopa Valley Tribe has urged aggressive actions to address the degraded water conditions […]
  • Child Injured by M-80 Firework December 4, 2018
    At about 12:46 p.m. on Monday, December 3, Hoopa Valley Tribal Police received a report of an injured child on Grasshopper Lane, off of Marshall Lane in Hoopa. An ambulance was dispatched as well as Hoopa Valley Tribal Police officers. Upon arrival the four-year-old child (male) was transported by ambulance to Berry Summit where an […]
  • Hoopa Valley High School Reacts to Indirect School Shooting Threat November 8, 2018
    A Hoopa Valley High School student posted a snap on the social media platform Snapchat on Tuesday evening, November 6. The snap raised a red flag among fellow students, one of whom took a screen shot of the post and sent it, via their parent, to the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District Superintendent Jon Ray.
  • In Loving Memory: Damian Zane Jackson November 7, 2018
    Defender of fairness, debater of grand ideas, a slayer of cancer, and the holder of nine lives, was defeated by the demons of depression, and will forever be in our hearts.

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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.

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Hoopa Valley Tribe

11860 State Hwy 96

PO Box 1348

Hoopa, CA 95546

Phone: 530-625-4211

Fax: (530) 625-4594

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