TRANS MOUNTAIN OIL COMPANY BLOCKS EAGLE NESTING PERCH

A cone Trans Mountain installed in a nesting tree to prevent eagles from nesting at their work site, near the Westridge Marine Terminal A local environmental organization is concerned about Trans Mountain’s approach to dealing with wildlife after the company blocked access to an eagle nesting perch on its Westridge Marine Terminal property by installing […]

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NFL Player Walks Into Shelter And Asks For The Least Adoptable Dog, Here’s Who Came Home With Him

Once in awhile, real-life Cinderella stories do happen, even for dogs! And now a six-year-old Pit Bull, who had a miserable start to her life, is living like a princess. Who is the prince who came to her rescue? Most likely you have seen him on TV! The story begins in Baltimore. That’s where rescuers […]

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36 Stunning Portraits of Native American Teenage Girls From The 1800’s to 1900′s

Each of these incredibly rare and beautiful Native American portraits are of women and girls between the last 1800s and the early 1900s. The images have been well preserved and it gives us a tiny window into the past where we can admire these women, their unique style, and show respect for their lives. Although Native […]

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NEW MISS INDIAN WORLD CROWNED: TAYLOR SUSAN OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE/WALKER RIVER PAIUTE TRIBES

ALBUQUERQUE – On the evening of Saturday, April 28, 2018 before a sold-out crowd of 10,000+ attendees, including a record 3,600+ registered dancers. Taylor Susan, age 25, was crowned the 35th Miss Indian World. A member of the White Mountain Apache/Walker River Paiute tribes. Susan was one of 30 contestants vying for the prestigious title. Susan, who […]

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