Samish in the News

2014

January 22, 2014. Goanacortes.com. Woven Cedar Hats Honor Samish Culture.

2013

July 23, 2013. House of Natural Resources Committee Legislative Hearing on H.R. 1225

April 1, 2013.  Komo News.  San Juan Islands Celebrate National Monument Designation

March 9, 2013.  West Seattle Blog.  All eyes on ferry-in-progress Samish during governor’s Vigor visit

2012

November 21, 2012.  Anacortes American.  State ferry named Samish.

November 14, 2012.  The Olympian.  New state ferries get regional tribal names.

November 14, 2012.  Skagit Valley Herald.  New State Ferry named after Samish tribe.

November 14, 2012.  The News Tribune.  2 New Washington ferries named Samish, Tokitae.

November 13, 2012.  Anacortes American.  State Ferry named for Samish.

November 13, 2012.  Miami Herald.  2 New Washington Ferries Named Samish, Tokitae.

November 13, 2012.  The Seattle Times.  New ferry names Decided:  Samish and Tokitae. 

November 13, 2012.  Seattle PI.  2 New ferries named Samish, Tokitae.

Flickr Page of photos of the New 144-Car ferries by the Washington State Department of Transportation, Washington State Ferries Page.

November 13, 2012.  King 5 News.  2 New Washington ferries named Samish, Tokitae. 

November 13, 2012.  Kitsap Sun.  Two new state ferries named Samish, Tokitae. 

November 13, 2012.  TDN.com.  2 new WA ferries named Samish, Tokitae.

Updated November 13, 2012.  The Petition Site.  Name the next WA State ferry Tokitae.   Congratulations to Samish. 

National Public Radio.  November 13, 2012.

November 13, 2012.  The Olympian.  2 new WA ferries named Samish, Tokitae. 

October 10, 2012. Anacortes American. A new state ferry could still be named after Samish.

October 10, 2012.  Anacortes American.  Samish Improve Shoreline at Weaverling Spit. 

October 5, 2012. Anacortes American. Clam up, Ivar supporters. Ferry should be named Samish. 

September 12, 2012.  Anacortes American.  Ferry name a new way for state to recognize the Samish

September 8, 2012.  Indian Country Today Media Network.  Help Support Samish Indian Nation’s drive to name Washington Ferry “Samish”

September 5, 2012.  Anacortes American. Tribe rounding up support to have ferry named for Samish

June 22, 2012. Larsen Legislation Would Provide Permanent Protection to Samish Land in Skagit & San Juan Counties

June 10, 2012.  Skagit Valley Herald.  Swinomish, Samish share their culture.

May 15, 2012.  Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission Press Release.  Native American cultural celebration returns to Deception Pass State Park

May 12, 2012.  Puget Sound Knappers (www.pugetsoundknappers.com):  Knapping with the Samish

May 9, 2012.  Anacortes American.  Healing Cedars: Samish honor Tesoro tragedy victims with plaque, trees

March 31, 2012. Go Skagit: Cap Sante students leave their mark at restoration site

2011

October 26, 2o11. Anacortes American, and  November 1, 2011. Fidalgo This Week: Illegal Dumping Cleaned Up by Tribe

September 22, 2011.  Skagit Valley Herald:  Samish Win Court Decision

September 21, 2011. Turtle Talk: Federal Circuit Revives Part of Samish Indian Nation Damages Claims against US in Federal Recognition Case

August 23, 2011. Go Skagit:  Samish Tribe Proposes Casino on Highway 20

August 22, 2011. Seattle News Times:  Long-suffering Samish say casino might change luck

August 3, 2011.  Whidbey News Times:  Tribes go easy on Oak Harbor

June 30, 2011. Anacortes American.  Samish Nation Celebrates 15 years of achievements

June 26, 2011. Anacortes Now:  Samish Canoe Races on Fidalgo Bay

June 22, 2011. Go Skagit.  Samish War Canoes Race on Fidalgo Bay Saturday

June 21, 2011. KOMO 4 Radio News.  Human Remains found in Oak Harbor, full story was read including full statement given by Tribal Chairman Tom Wooten.

June 19, 2011. Indian Country Today:  The Journey to Swinomish

June 14, 2011.  Whidbey News Times:  Native Americans celebrated at Deception Pass State Park

May 31, 2011.  Washington State Parks News Release:  Native American cultural celebration returns to Deception Pass State Park

2010

June 20, 2010. Skagit Valley Herald: Samish Healing Pole Represents Life Coming from Tragedy

June 26, 2010. Skagit Valley Herald: Huckleberry Island transferred to the Samish

June 4, 2010.  Whidbey News Times:  Parks honor Native American Culture in June