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  • New Julyamsh venue a homecoming for Coeur d’Alene Tribe

    Quanah Matheson was watching rodeo at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds last year when realized the arena would be a great spot for Julyamsh, the largest outdoor powwow in the Northwest. …

  • Julyamsh powwow moving to Kootenai County Fairgrounds

    Julyamsh, the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s annual powwow, will move to the Kootenai County Fairgrounds this summer. The event last was held in 2014 and had been at the Greyhound Park …

  • Here’s how to make the most of summer’s last splash

    Many Inland Northwest students return to school next week. And thanks to the calendar this year, parents don’t get a final three-day weekend to live it up before their kids …

  • 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 …

  • Spokane Tribe of Indians holds 100th Labor Day powwow

    The 100th Spokane Tribe of Indians Labor Day Celebration and Powwow blended tradition and modernity. “There’s a melding of the old and the new, which is good,” said Dave Brown …

  • Regional powwow revels in pageantry

    This weekend’s powwow at Riverfront Park packs in three grand entries – three chances to witness the parade of dancers and singers in the traditional regalia of tribes from around …

  • 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 …

  • Riverfront powwow: together again

    For several years, the Riverfront Park powwow was threatened by funding shortfalls. Last year, the powwow didn’t happen.

  • 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 …

  • Tribes gather at Riverfront Park for powwow

    The feet of the competitive dancers jigged right, then left, in sync with a drumbeat, giving rise to the swing of fringe and jingling of bells on traditional outfits. Pauline …



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