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The Blue Lake Rancheria Donates $13,000 to Public Television Station; Funds Will Help Launch Mobile Studio Serving the North Coast

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“The production van will allow KEET-TV to be present in the communities we serve.” Andrea Marvin, Communications Manager, Blue Lake Rancheria E: amarvin@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov The Blue Lake Rancheria recognizes the important role local news operations play in getting information out to the community. To show support for public television, BLR donated $13,000 to KEET-TV, a local PBS station serving the rural …

Humboldt CAST

Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Police raise thousands to help Humboldt County’s most vulnerable children

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$3,000 donated to the Humboldt County Child Abuse Services Team after successful ‘No Shave’ November fundraiser January 29, 2019 — The Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Police Department raised $3,000 during its ‘No Shave’ November fundraiser, and chose to donate the funds to the Humboldt County Child Abuse Services Team (CAST) program. For an entire month, officers refused to shave their …

Sheriff’s Office Deputizes Blue Lake Rancheria Police Officers

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From the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office: Sheriff William F. Honsal is pleased to announce that the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has entered into a deputization agreement with the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe. This agreement further strengthens the ties between the Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe and the County of Humboldt, allowing for better coverage and efficiency in public safety services within …

Blue Lake Rancheria is a 2017 recipient of the John D. Solomon Outstanding FEMA ICP Whole Community Preparedness Award.

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Blue Lake Rancheria Tribe (BLR) of California with a population of 203 people, is located near several geographically high-risk areas, including the Mad River—a natural and historical flood plain—and Matthew’s Dam. Additionally, BLR resides near a number of geological fault lines, putting it in danger for possibly damaging earthquakes. The community is also a gathering spot for more than 2,000 …