Saturday Morning Live for Dec. 10, 2016

Host Kris Halterman will interview Gary Hagland, board member of the Skagit County CAPR, to discuss the latest threats to people’s safety and private property. The reintroduction of the Grizzly Bear is slowly moving forward and with the newly elected Public Lands Commissioner, Hillary Franz at the helm in Washington State…it’s likely to become a reality sooner, rather than later. Also, the Swinomish Indians have asked to expand their tribal authority over thousands of acres in Skagit County, including the industrially zoned property where the Shell and Tesoro refineries are located.

Show Outline Skagit County Ltr to Bureau of Indian Affairs

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1934 Indian Reorganization Act - 10 Years Later - Cover pg
1934 Indian Reorganization Act – 10 Years Later – Cover pg

1934 Indian Reorganization 10 Years Later - Vote Cover pg
1934 Indian Reorganization 10 Years Later – Vote Cover pg

1934 Indian Reorganization Act - Individual Washington Tribal Vote Results
1934 Indian Reorganization Act – Individual Washington Tribal Vote Results

Grizzly Cascade Area Map
Grizzly Cascade Area Map

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Grizzly Phamplet pg 1
Grizzly Phamplet pg 1

Grizzly Phamplet pg 2
Grizzly Phamplet pg 2

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