I am a cashier at the Chumash
Casino in Santa Ynez and a member of the union organizing committee.
POLO and POSY have been actively opposing the Chumash
Tribe's trust application through all available legal and political channels.
1 -- color) On Pico Canyon Road, Mati Waiya performs a Chumash
blessing Friday for Old Glory, the centuries-old oak tree in the way of developers.
The tribe is America's first and only federally recognized band of Chumash
Indians indigenous to the coastal areas of California around Santa Barbara.
A draft of the environmental impact report, compiled by the Agoura Hills-based Impact Services firm, is expected to include information on any archaeological artifacts left by the Chumash
tribe of American Indians, who once settled along the Santa Clara River.
captured the vacant California State junior welterweight crown at Chumash
and broke his opponent's eight-bout unbeaten streak by scoring a ninth-round knockout over Jose Antonio Ojeda April 22, 2005, on "ShoBox.
storyteller Julie Tumamait-Stenslie, 48, told how the expedition affected her ancestors.
In the co-feature from the Chumash
Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, Calif.
para]]WASHINGTON, June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Santa Ynez Band of Chumash
Indians Tribal Chairman Vincent Armenta testified today before the U.
Contract Awarded for Expansion of the Chumash
Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California.
Broyles-Gonzalez's extensive introduction of forty-six pages provides a carefully reasoned context that reflects upon local and Native history, as well as Chumash
concepts of survival strategies, self-determination, gender, resistance, and reemergence.
PAHs are the main component of fossil bitumen, a naturally occurring material used in ancient times by the Chumash