The Tribe held an awards reception at The Mill Casino-Hotel to fund projects throughout their five-county region in health, arts and culture, education, environmental, public safety and historic preservation. This year, 77 projects were awarded.
On Monday, January 8, 2024 the Coquille High School STEP Association (Salmon-Trout Enhancement Program) received their hatchery eggs for the school year.
With the support of the Coquille Tribe, ODF&W, and Coquille School District 8 the STEP Association delivered 6,000 eyed eggs to the Coquille Cunningham Creek Hatchery that is housed at Coquille Jr/Sr High School.
Bear Creek Golf Center opens renovated driving range, bringing an upgrade to the Rogue Valley’s only covered driving range.
Sharing knowledge and finding support at intensive camps. Associated Press covered the camp the members of the Coquille Tribe Climate Resilience Taskforce recently attended in Washington.
One man’s 2011 clam digging citation became a watershed event for the Coquille Indian Tribe. It was one of many battles that the Pacific Northwest’s Indigenous peoples have fought to preserve access to traditional foods.
In a seven-part project, Indian Country Today explores the issues surrounding “food sovereignty.”
Bidding opens for intersection project
The Coquille Indian Tribe is seeking bids on an intersection reconstruction project at its Kilkich property near Coos Bay. Bids are due at 2 p.m. April 11.
Tribe shares $815,000 with local nonprofits
Oregon Public Broadcasting, Jan. 11, 2023
KQEN News Radio, Jan. 10, 2023 (Douglas County)