Welcome to the new Nooksack Indian Tribe website!

Greetings!

Thank you for visiting our new and improved Nooksack Indian Tribe website that is currently under construction.

This site will allow us to have top control over what we post, and will improve your understanding of the many things that are happening within our Tribe.

Expect to see this site grow exponentially as we all gain a better understanding of how this tool will allow us to tell the world about who we are and how our Tribe and governmental services are improving.

Please keep an eye out for these future enhancements, and let us know if you have any ideas on how we can best serve you in your understanding of all that we do by e-mailing rmurphy@nooksack-nsn.gov.

Enjoy!

Roxanne Murphy
Special Assistant to the Government Services Executive
rmurphy@nooksack-nsn.gov
(360) 592-5167 ext. 3287



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