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  • Julyamsh powwow replaced with shorter celebration for 2015

    The Coeur d’Alene Tribe won’t host a powwow this summer, but it will put on a brief cultural celebration next weekend that includes some traditional dance and song. The Coeur …

  • Julyamsh event canceled

    The big Julyamsh powwow held annually at the Greyhound Park in Post Falls has been canceled, the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort announced Friday. The announcement comes as four Indian tribes …

  • Julyamsh Powwow honors pair of departed legends

    Beneath orange strands of fabric representing the Hopi tribe wafting in the breeze Saturday morning, Billy McDermitt sat among Native American friends and gestured to the pine branches supporting his …

  • Celebration mingled with remembrance

    When the largest outdoor powwow in the Northwest begins tonight in Post Falls, participants will feel the absence of two substantial figures of the annual gathering. Clifford SiJohn, a Coeur …

  • Native Americans from across country gather at Julyamsh

    Two familiar faces from the small screen made an appearance this weekend alongside members of the Flathead, Nez Perce, Spokane, Navajo and other tribes at the 15th annual Julyamsh Powwow …

  • Powwow features dancing, music, art – and benefit auction

    Julyamsh is more than a powwow. It’s a celebration of American Indian culture – dancing, music and art. This year’s powwow features plenty of music and dancing. It also will …

  • Spotlight: Acclaimed classical guitarist LeFevre to perform Friday

    Michael LeFevre, an award-winning classical guitarist and professor at Walla Walla University, will perform Friday at the Holy Names Music Center. LeFevre will present the premiere of “Sonata” by Bryan …

  • Julyamsh rituals make for spectacle of color, dance

    For centuries, the native peoples of the Inland Northwest - the Coeur d’Alene, Spokane, Pend Oreille, Palouse and Flathead tribes - gathered to share food, build friendships, trade goods, dance, …

  • Past and present

    More than 150 years ago the Native American tribes of the area were robbed of their horses – a symbol of power and necessary for survival – by soldiers of …

  • United in dance and song

    The sound of drums beat into the night Saturday as organizers of the 12th annual Julyamsh Powwow and Encampment expected dancing competitions to continue past midnight at Greyhound Park in …

  • Hundreds dance, drum and sing during Julyamsh

    The sound of drums beat into the night Saturday as organizers of the 12th annual Julyamsh pow wow expected dancing competitions to continue past midnight at the Greyhound Park in …



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