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March 22, 2023

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Historic partnership with tribe, Pinnacles

The Amah Mutsun tribal band signed a memorandum of agreement with Pinnacles National Park staff members last week to formalize an ongoing partnership between the agencies.

Pride 2013: Newest national park has a long history

Editor's note: This is part of the annual Pride section. This year's theme is "Made in Hollister".

Native tribe wins accolades at Pinnacles

The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band has received national recognition for its work at Pinnacles National Park in collaborating with the Universities of California, Santa Cruz and Berkeley to conduct two research projects that took an innovative approach to habitat restoration. The projects integrated traditional Native American land management practices with contemporary techniques to restore and protect the natural and cultural processes in the unique California grassland system.

Dedicating Pinnacles as a park: Historic moment draws hundreds

Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar said the National Park Service is striving to become a place that is more inclusive and the redesignation ceremony Monday surely reflected that effort.

Catholic diocese asks tribe for ‘forgiveness’ at Mission ceremony

The day of Dec. 22, 2012 will go down in the millennia-long history of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band of Ohlone/Costanoan Indians as a day of healing.

Catholic Church will apologize to local tribe at Mission ceremony

A landmark event for a local Native American tribe whose roots to this area track back nearly 3,000 years is approaching Saturday, when Bishop Richard Garcia of the Monterey Diocese will offer a mass of reconciliation at the San Juan Bautista Mission and “apologize for the tragic events which occurred during mission times.”

Local Amah Mutsun forge tribal land trust with help of Sempervirens...

The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, which has deep historical ties to Gilroy and San Benito County, has forged an agreement with the Sempervirens Fund to work together to protect the natural and cultural resources of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Investors work to resolve fate of Sargent Ranch

The core dispute surrounding 6,400 pristine acres just south of Gilroy – a magnet for real estate developers, a Holy Grail to nature conservationists and “most sacred grounds” to a local Native American tribe – could unravel in court this month if the property’s dozens of investors find common ground.

Amah-Mutsun: San Juan recognition is ‘icing on the cake’

A “big event” for the Amah-Mutsun Tribal Band took place inside the San Juan Bautista City Hall Tuesday night, when roughly 20 members drove from surrounding cities to witness the issuing of a formal proclamation recognizing the current-day tribe as “the historic and continuous Amah-Mutsun Ohlone Tribe that existed before Spanish contact.”

Young stewards hit the science trail

State employees at Hollister Hills host day camp for local sixth-graders