Nooksack Falls

Nooksack Falls

Posted by rmurphy on Mar 9, 2012 1
This image shows the power of canoe pulling and the beauty of the area that we come from.

Nooksack Canoe Pulling

Posted by rmurphy on Jan 26, 2012 2
Appreciating salmon is a way of life for us.

Salmon

Posted by rmurphy on Jan 26, 2012 3
Welcome to the NookSack Tribe Website

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Click Here for Official Candidate Statement and Resumes

 

Constitution and Bylaws of the Nooksack Indian Tribe

 The new monthly Snee-Nee-Chum newsletter is now available! You can view it by clicking on the newsletters tab at the top of this page, or by clicking here.

 

The 2015 NIT Annual Report is Here! A hard copy will be mailed out to each household. Keep a lookout in your mailbox!

 

Youth Department 2016-2017 Program Application

If your Nooksack family is interested in having your youth (aged five to grade 12) attend our Youth Department’s After-School or Summer Programs, all you have to do is complete this Youth Department Application 2016-2017. Just download, print, fill the application out, and turn it in to either Timber Ridge, 5604 Mission Road, or at our Tribe’s Administration Building, 5016 Deming Road. For more information, call the Youth Department at (360) 966-9696.

 

Health Services Update

If any of our Tribal Members have health questions that could be answered over the phone, please call the Community Care Line at 1 (800) 607-5501. Also, if our Health Clinic is closed and you need a non-emergency visit, you can go to one of these places for help:

 

Walk In Clinic
2220 Cornwall Ave
Bellingham, Wa 98225
(360) 734-2330
Hours of operation: Monday through Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Accepted Insurance: DSHS-open coupon only (NO HMOs)

 

Care Medical
4280 Meridian St
Bellingham, WA 98226
(360) 734-4300
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, Closed
Accepted Insurance: Shasta, Regence Blue Shield, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, HMA, Nooksack Contract Health Services, ***Does NOT accept DSHS***

 

Community Building Reservation Form
Any Tribal Member who is interested in reserving the Community Building at 2515 Sulwhanon Dr. must first complete this Rental Application. This form can be printed, completed, scanned and dropped off at or mailed to the Tribe’s Administration Building, 5016 Deming Road, Deming, WA 98244. By Completing and submitting the rental application, you are agreeing to the building’s Use Policies and Procedures. Completing and turning in this agreement will ensure proper processing, prioritization and service delivery for each event. The day of the Event, you will be given the Day of Event Form, as well as the Inspection list form – pre-event and post-event, for Pre- and Post-Event Walk-Through. In order to receive a full deposit refund, The Cleaning Checklist will help determine the responsibilities of the renter when cleaning the building Post-Event. A Reservation Checklist is available for your convenience, and as always, the Tribe thanks you for using the Community Building responsibly!

Nooksack Indian Tribe Business License Requirement

 

On April 18, 2016, Tribal Council adopted Title 54 – Business License Ordinance, amended in full.

Title 54 requires that all persons engaging in business (sale of goods or services) on Nooksack Tribal lands to possess a valid business license issued by the Tribe.  Various exemptions exist and can be found in section 54.02.060.

54 – Business License Code and Business License App | INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS | NIT Business License Application

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Attention Nooksack Tribal Voters:
If you have not received your Nooksack Tribal Council Election Ballot in the mail, please email or call the Election Superintendent, Katrice Romero, at kromero@nooksack-nsn.gov or 360-592-5176 to request a Replacement Ballot.
Please be reminded: Ballots are due back via US postal mail by Dec.17, 2016 at 1pm to be counted. They must be received by that time, not just postmarked. Thank you!
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Temperatures will be dropping to freezing next week, which is why the Youth Department is reminding families to send coats, hats and gloves with their children, especially as youth can so frequently ignore cold temperatures while playing and we need to protect those hearts, heads and hands. We also want to remind families that there may be After School Program closures due to inclement weather, but we will be sure to call our families if there is a program closure. For more information, call the Youth Department at (360) 966-9696. ...

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It is with great sadness, that Judy Willie (nee Kelly), has 'walked on' to her journey into the spirit world, on November 13, 2016. Judy was predeceased by her parents, Saraphine Kelly (nee: Joseph of Sts'ailes) and Robert Kelly, of Leq'amel First Nation.

Judy's surviving adult children, Cheryl Lynn Kelly, Sherri Roberts, and Larry Roberts, are planning for their late mother's funeral ceremony to be held:

Saturday:December 3, 2016;
Time: 10:00 a.m., at the Leq'a:mel First Nation Gymnasium; Address: 43101 Leq'a:mel Way, Deroche, BC; Telephone: 604-826-7976

The prayers will be on Friday, December 2, 2016, 7 pm, at the Leq'a:mel First Nation gymnasium.

A burning to follow immediately after the ceremony at the Kelly Family Burning spot, at Mike Kelly's and Myrna Laslo's home, in Deroche, BC. As well, Cheryl, Larry, and Sherri, invite you to a luncheon, too.

*** Cheryl, Larry, and Sherri extend their many thanks for family support, through one of their most-difficult times, of their lives.
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Funeral Service for Milton "Sonny" Williams will be held on tomorrow morning, Friday, December 2, at 10am at the Moles Funeral Home on Lakeway/Woburn. ...

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Are you ready for snow? ...

Likelihood of light snow in some of the lowlands for late Sunday and Monday is high, but details such as amounts, locations, and timing are still uncertain. Colder air will remain over the area Sunday through Wednesday, before a storm system brings warmer air back by late Wednesday night and Thursday.

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