News & Announcements

Pacific Transit has launched the Tokeland Shopper Shuttle. The Tokeland Shuttle will link to all of Pacific Transit's other routes, as well as stop at the Shoalwater Bay Wellness Center, Shoalwater Bay Casino, Georgetown Station, Chief Lighthouse Charley's, Tokeland Hotel, the port, and Nelson Crab. For more information visit Pacific Transit System

Independence Day: Poggie’s Last Stand?

On a late June morning at Shoalwater Bay, Kenneth “Poggie” Baker rode his motorized “Jazzy” scooter along the shoulder of Highway 105, against traffic. An American flag fluttered behind him as he lumbered along, cap pulled low over his face to keep out the sun. 


More Landry art on display in Tokeland

TOKELAND — Art by Shoalwater Bay tribal artist Eugene Landry continues to be discovered and placed on exhibit in his hometown.

How Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe is fighting ‘perpetual problem’ of green crab invasion

Green Crab Crew member Richard Ashley casts out a handmade hook to grab the buoy marking the place of a…

‘The Handsome Man’: Prominent Indigenous actors star in upcoming local short film

A new short film shot on the Kalispel Tribe Reservation seeks to portray Indigenous people in a way not often…

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Army Corps of Engineers announces $68.8 million in infrastructure investment and disaster relief funding for Washington projects

SEATTLE --The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Wednesday $68.823 million from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the…

Assistant Sec. of the Interior - Indian Affairs Bryan Newland Tours Washington State Tribes; Discusses Infrastructure Law

U.S. Department of the Interior Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Bryan Newland visited several Washington states tribes in a three-day tour to tout the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. While there he held listening sessions with tribal leaders to discuss their infrastructure needs.

Shoalwater Bay Tribe celebrates art discovery

An exhibit delayed by the pandemic featuring art by a painter who celebrated the history of the Shoalwater Bay Tribe…

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Three more Tribes are the latest to be approved for sports betting in Washington state

Three more Washington Tribes have had their sports wagering compacts approved by the Department of the Interior, expanding sports betting from nine to 12 Tribes’ casinos.

Tsunami Tower

Shoalwater Bay Tribe Builds Evacuation Tower to Provide Tsunami Safety for Community

From earthquakes to tsunamis, the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe has a lot to worry about it. Sitting on the edge of two tectonic plates, these threats could strike at any moment. To prepare for this possibility, they made a plan to build a tower that would withstand destructive waves and shaking ground

Torset is revitalizing traditional activities like the annual sweet grass harvest