Washington Tribes State And Feds Battle In Supreme Court Over How To Fix Culverts By Bellamy Pailthorp • Apr 19, 2018 Ted S. Warren / file / AP Photo Listen Listening... / 1:32 The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in what many observers are calling a historic showdown that will determine who has to pay to fix our "roads" for salmon – and how quickly. Puyallup Tribe Says It Opposes LNG Facility At Port Of Tacoma By Bellamy Pailthorp • Apr 18, 2017 Ted S. Warren / AP Photo/file The Puyallup Tribe says it will not go along with plans to put a liquified natural gas facility on a site at the Port of Tacoma. The site is located on land that lies sandwiched between parcels on its reservation. The tribe says its biggest concern is that its reservation lies in an urban area. And the heart of that is the Port of Tacoma. Public Meetings Will Discuss Access To Southeast Washington’s Rattlesnake Mountain By Anna King • Oct 8, 2015 Listen Listening... / The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will hold public meetings the week October 12 in Richland, Washington, about opening Rattlesnake Mountain to the public.