Endangered species listing would have pros and cons
The Coquille Indian Tribe continues is working to protect and restore Chinook salmon, but it hasn’t taken a stance on the possibility of an endangered listing.
KCBY, Jan. 18, 2023
Tribe shares $815,000 with local nonprofits
Curry Coastal Pilot, Jan. 16, 2023
KCBY, Jan. 13, 2023
KAJO 99.7FM (Jackson County)
Oregon Public Broadcasting, Jan. 11, 2023
KQEN News Radio, Jan. 10, 2023 (Douglas County)
KMVU Fox 26, Jan. 10, 2023
KLCC, Jan. 10, 2023
Medford Mail Tribune, Jan. 9, 2023
KDRV, Jan. 9, 2023 (Jackson County)
KMTR, Jan. 9, 2023
KTVL, Jan. 9, 1023 (Jackson County)
KVAL, Jan. 9, 2023 (Jackson County)
Coos Bay proclamation
The proclamation of Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a step toward healing, one Coquille Tribal member says.
University of Oregon event
Coquille Tribal Chief Jason Younker and tribal Vice Chair Jon Ivy participated in Indigenous Peoples’ Day activities at the University of Oregon.
The Register Guard
Salmon bake supports health care
The Coquille Tribe put on a traditional salmon bake as part of the Oregon Wine Experience fundraiser for the Asanta Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network in Medford.
Oregon Wine Press
Mill-Luck Salmon Festival returns
Coos Bay World, Sept. 19, 2022
Coquille finally get hunting rights
Coquille Indian Tribe members have their first subsistence hunting opportunities in five southwest Oregon counties under a new state agreement.
Medford Mail Tribune, Sept. 13, 2022
The big ones are still out there
More than 1,500 predatory bass were removed from the Coquille River during Labor Day Weekend. But two elusive fish worth $1,000 are still waiting to be caught.
KPIC, Sept. 5, 2022
The Coos Bay World, Sept. 12, 2022
Casting for cash
The Coquille Indian Tribe donated $1,000 to lure participants for a smallmouth bass derby. It’s part of an effort to reduce invasive predators that gobble baby salmon.
The Coos Bay World, Aug. 30, 2022