Nooksack Tribal Council

The Tribe’s governing body consists of eight elected officials: One Chairman, one Vice-Chairman, one Treasurer, one Secretary and four Councilmembers. Each official is elected by all eligible voters (18 or older) of the Nooksack Tribe.

 

The current Nooksack Tribal Council consists of:
– Chairman Bob Kelly
– Vice-Chairman Rick D. George
– Treasurer Agripina Smith
– Secretary Nadene Rapada
– Councilmember Bob Solomon
– Councilmember Lona Johnson
– Councilmember Katherine Canete

 

For more information about the Tribal Council, visit the Tribal Council office at 4979 Mount Baker Highway Suite F, Deming, WA 98244, call (360) 592-5164 or fax (360) 592-4506.

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Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Corolla, Gray, 4 door - License plate #228MJT

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Weather Alert Update: The Flood watch Continues For Portions of Northwest Washington and West Central Washington, Including the Following Counties, in Northwest Washington, Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason And Whatcom. in West Central Washington, King and Pierce.

* from 6pm PST this Evening Through Wednesday Evening

* Heavy Rainfall is Expected Along the Southwest Slopes of The Olympics and the Cascades of Whatcom and Skagit Counties tonight and Wednesday. The Skokomish River in Mason county is Most Likely River to Flood in this Pattern. Other Rivers Coming Off The Olympics Including, but Not Limited to the Satsop And Elwha, Could Also Reach Flood Stage. The Nooksack River In Whatcom county has the Best Chance to Reach Flood Stage Out Of The Rivers That Flow Off of the North Cascades. Portions of The White River Bordering King and Pierce county May Also Flood. A Flood watch Means There is a Potential for Flooding Based On Current Forecasts.

You Should Monitor Later Forecasts and be Alert for Possible Flood Warnings. Those Living in Areas Prone to Flooding Should Be Prepared to Take Action Should Flooding Develop.

Expires 1/18/17 6:30 AM
County/Area Whatcom County, WA (latitude: 48.8309, longitude: -122.400)
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From the National Weather Service: The Flood watch Continues For A Portion of Northwest washington, Including the Following
Counties, Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason And Whatcom.

* from 6pm PST this Evening Through Wednesday Evening

* Heavy Rainfall is Expected Along the Southwest Slopes of The Olympics and the Cascades of Whatcom and Skagit Counties tonight and Wednesday. The Skokomish River in Mason county is Most Likely River to Flood in this Pattern. Other Rivers Coming off the Olympics Including, but Not Limited to the Satsop And Elwha, Could Also Reach Flood Stage. The Nooksack River In Whatcom county has the Best Chance to Reach Flood Stage Out of the Rivers That Flow Off of the North Cascades.

A Flood watch Means There is a Potential for Flooding Based On Current Forecasts.

You Should Monitor Later Forecasts and be Alert for Possible Flood Warnings. Those Living in Areas Prone to Flooding Should Be Prepared to Take Action Should Flooding Develop.

Expires 1/17/17 11:15 PM
County/Area Whatcom County, WA (latitude: 48.8309, longitude: -122.400)
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