What's Happening?

Latest News at CTUIR

Latest News for: Communications

COVID-19 Update to the Reservation and Local Community

Uptick in cases on the Umatilla Indian Reservation raises concern about family gatherings during the holidays.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 11/10/2020


Needs-Based Funding Issuance Begins

CARES Act funding is for Tribal members who have experienced a loss of income or increased costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 11/6/2020


CTUIR Executive Director Steps Down

Ted Wright had been Executive Director of the Tribal administration for the past two years.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 11/2/2020


CTUIR Providing Event and Guidance to Families for a Safe, Fun Halloween

Drive-thru event will take place Saturday afternoon in the parking lot at Mission Community Gym.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/28/2020


Board Approves Needs-Based Grant Funding

CARES Act funding application packets have been mailed out to CTUIR tribal members.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/24/2020


FCC Issues Broadband License to CTUIR

CTUIR one of five tribes in Oregon and 154 nationwide to receive rural priority broadband license.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/23/2020


Board Reaffirms Fish Accord

Unanimous vote keeps funding in place through 2022.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/23/2020


Burn Ban Ends on Reservation

Burn ban had been in effect since July.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/19/2020


CTUIR Denounces Vandalism at Oregon Historical Society

Acts of vandalism and threats of violence took place at the Oregon Historical Society on the evening of Sunday, October 11.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/16/2020


Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center Temporarily Closed

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center issued a temporary order to reduce services as of 12pm on Thursday, October 15.

Communications
Posted by Matt Johnson on 10/15/2020


 
Page 1 of 3
View All