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"COMMITTED TO PROVIDING QUALITY JUDICIAL SERVICES TO OUR TRIBAL NATIONS"

HISTORY

The first Court of Indian Offenses in the area that was to become the State of Oklahoma was originally established prior to statehood in the Indian Territory in 1886. The original Court of Indian Offenses was created to provide law enforcement for the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache (KCA) reservation. Several prominent tribal leaders served as judges of the court including Quanah Parker (Comanche), Lone Wolf (Kiowa) and several others. An Indian police force provided the law enforcement for the KCA, Cheyenne-Arapaho, and other reservations. Thus, the Court of Indian Offenses pre-dates Oklahoma state courts by several decades.

After the reservations in Oklahoma were opened by land runs to non-Indian homesteading, and federal Indian policy sought to weaken tribal governments and break up tribal land holdings, the courts over time lost their funding and consequently ceased to function. With the void in the enforcement of tribal law, the state began to assert its authority over the remaining tribal and allotted Indian lands even though no jurisdiction properly existed. In recent decades, the Indian tribes have regained the jurisdiction over these lands and have re-established tribal court systems.

The State of Oklahoma once contended that tribal governments had no authority to operate their own justice systems, arguing that the Indian nations had no land remaining under their jurisdictions. Much confusion arose because many thought that tribes only asserted jurisdiction over “reservation” lands. Many people in Oklahoma incorrectly assumed that reservations were terminated at statehood. Recent court decisions have made it clear that tribes assert jurisdiction over all lands that are “Indian country”, including reservations, dependent Indian communities, and Indian allotments. These Indian country lands from the basis of tribal jurisdiction today. Since few Indian tribes had operating judicial systems in place in the late 1970's. When tribal jurisdiction was re-affirmed, the Court of Indian Offenses for the Anadarko Area Tribes now the Southern Plains Region Tribes was created. Courts of Indian Offenses are established throughout the U.S. under the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), providing the commonly used name — the “CFR” Court”. Until such time as a particular Indian tribe establishes their own tribal court, the Court of Indian Offenses will act as a tribe’s judicial system. The only difference between CFR Courts and Tribal Courts is the form of laws they enforce.

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Thursday is Market Day in downtown Oceanside! From 5pm-9pm, the sun begins to set and the family-friendly Sunset Market comes alive. This outdoor style festival brings together international food vendors,

Thursday is Market Day in downtown Oceanside! From 5pm-9pm, the sun begins to set and the family-friendly Sunset Market comes alive. This outdoor style festival brings together international food vendors, live entertainment and a children’s area – make an evening of it, stay and eat dinner! The market also includes over 100 arts and crafts vendors, making it a wonderful place to purchase the perfect gift or souvenir. Well behaved pets are invited to attend the market. The Sunset Market takes place every Thursday night from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the corner of Coast Hwy and Pier View Way*.

Time

(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Corner of Pier and Coast Highway

Pier View Way, Oceanside CA 92054

Main Street Oceanside

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Live Music at the Surfside Tap Room

05 jul 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Live Music at the Surfside Tap Room 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Surfside Tap Room , 507 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054, USA

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Come to the Surfside Tap Room every Thursday from 6-9pm and enjoy some live music along with your craft beer!

Come to the Surfside Tap Room every Thursday from 6-9pm and enjoy some live music along with your craft beer!

Time

(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

Surfside Tap Room

507 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054, USA

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Live Music at Barrel Republic Oceanside

05 jul 6:00 pm 9:00 pm Live Music at Barrel Republic Oceanside 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Barrel Republic - Oceanside , 215 N Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054

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It’s the ultimate combination: beer and live music! From blues to island reggae, join Barrel Republic in Oceanside for an intimate live music show performed by a rotation of talent

It’s the ultimate combination: beer and live music! From blues to island reggae, join Barrel Republic in Oceanside for an intimate live music show performed by a rotation of talent every Thursday night.

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(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Barrel Republic - Oceanside

215 N Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054

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Trivia Nights at Black Plague Brewing

05 jul 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Trivia Nights at Black Plague Brewing 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Black Plague Brewing , 2550 Jason Court

Becoming Minimalist

Own less. Live more. Finding minimalism in a world of consumerism.

Written by joshua becker ·

“Don’t get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.”

The speed of our world isincreasing.

Technology and communication continue to improve. Information moves faster. And social mediarewards those who never turn it off.

Expectations, demands, and accessibility continue to expand, but the number of hours in a week do not.As a result, our lives get busier and busier.

This approach to life rarely benefits us in the long-run because a busy life is an unreflective life. In fact, often times, we are so busy scurrying from one thing to another we don’t even have the space to realize our schedules have become overwhelmed. We don’t recognize how our overcommitted lives areharming us.

Even worse, we are unable toidentify the hidden mistruths in our heart that are contributing to the problem. Consider these:

9 Hidden Lies that Keep Our Schedules Overwhelmed

1. Accolades will bring fulfillment. The thinking goes like this: The busier we are, the more we can accomplish and the more respect we can earn. And the more respect and accolades we receive, the more we can surely prove our worth and value to others. Unfortunately, if you are trying to find fulfillmentin someone else’s opinion of you, you will never find it. You will always be left searching (and working) for more.

1. Accolades will bring fulfillment.

2. Money will bring happiness. We often get caught up in needless busyness because of our desire to earn and secure more money. Ever notice how often we are offered money (or the chance to win money) for our time? While it is important to work hard and provide for the needs of your family, it is foolish to think money is the quickest shortcut to better living.

2. Money will bring happiness.

3. I don’t have a choice. Many of us live over-busy lives because of the expectations and demands of others. In these cases, it is important to remember you always have a choice. Sure, there are seasons of life that require more of you and your time than others, but seasons always change. If yours hasn’t changed recently, you may need to revisit who is making the decisions in your life and where you can regain some of your control.

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Wed, 06/27/2018 - 15:32

CourtesyMary Ann Newton comes this photo, taken Tuesday night, June 26, showing the smoke plume from a barge fire on the Duwamish River , along with the moon and Mt. Rainier (click image to view larger version):

Wed, 06/27/2018 - 12:23

A new creative contest – the Bigfoot Northwest Script Challenge – is ready to award $6,500 and unparalleled Hollywood access to the next great voices in screenwriting.

Top film industry professionals are set to award two grand prize winners and one runner up in three categories: original screenplay, television pilot, and digital short. Winners will be announced at theSeattle Film Summit on November 17-18, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington.

The competition aims to raise the Northwest’s profile as a filmmaking powerhouse as entrants compete for exclusive fellowships at the most famous studios in Hollywood and local producers from Seattle’s vibrant indie film community.

The Bigfoot fellowships are designed to advance a writer’s material and career by pairing them with a notable industry professional that could pave the way for a writer to see their work on the big screen.

“Fellowships are a smart and relatively easy way to do something that’s extremely hard: get your work seen by someone who can actually make a difference,” said Sean Robbins of Broken Road Productions.

The first fellowship announced will be with Mr. Robbins’ Paramount Studios’ company, Broken Road Productions. He is a producer of Tom Cruise’s “Knight and Day” and Jeremy Renner’s new movie, “TAG,” a Northwest-based movie.

The contest has an impressive panel of judges who will meet with contest winners for exclusive, 1-on-1 Hollywood-style sit-downs.

“The Pacific Northwest has a pool of talent that hasn’t been fully tapped,” said Bigfoot Northwest Script Challenge co-founder and Hollywood screenwriter, Jon Keasey. “We’re excited to bring the Northwest together with Hollywood in the hopes of generating some amazing content.”

Submissions advancing in the competition will be read by some of the top names in Hollywood, like Chris Lockhart, story editor at talent agency juggernaut WME, and John Cheng, President of Kevin Hart’s HeartBeat Productions, plus other notables from the Northwest film community.

Writers have until October 15, 2018 to submit their screenplays. Cheaper entry fees are available now but will increase closer to the deadline. Writers 18 years of age from all countries and backgrounds who have earned less than $50,000 (or foreign equivalent) for work as a screenwriter are strongly encouraged to submit their best material.

For more info, visit https://www.bigfootscriptchallenge.com .

Wed, 06/27/2018 - 11:34

Proudly in its 97th year, the city of Burien’s 4th of July Independence day parade – sponsored by PCC Community Markets and Yarington Funeral Home – is the oldest and one of the best attended in King County.

The parade will start at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, July 4, and will runapproximatelytwo hours.

The event is also officially sanctioned by SEAFAIR as a Seafair Community Event.

“Seafair believes in celebrating the traditions of our region, resources and diverse residents. The thirty festivals and parades selected as Seafair Community events are important elements of our healthy communities,” the Seafair Foundation said.

Every year, thousands of spectators gather along the parade route in downtown Burien to see marching bands, floats, Seafair Pirates and much more.

Staging will happen on SW 153rd Street, east of Ambaum between 6th and 4th Ave SW, then starts the route east along SW 153rd turning North onto 2nd Ave SW. A turn will follow west onto SW 152nd to 4th where the route will head north to the entrance of City Hall, turning East and following along Town Square Park on 5th Ave SW. The final turn will be onto SW 152nd heading West and dispersing at 8th Ave SW and SW 151st Street.

Ambaum Boulevard will remain open again this year to all traffic.

There is still time to get your Parade entry in – click here for details.

“We’d love to see you! Many local restaurants and businesses are planning to stay open especially for the parade and will be offering specials.”

If you have any questions at all about the parade please visit www.discoverburien.org , email assistant@discoverburien.org or call (206) 433-2882 .

“We’re looking forward to celebrating this 4th of July with all of you in Burien!”

ABOUT DISCOVER BURIEN
 The Discover Burien Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation working on economic development, business recruitment retention, education, promotion and marketing of the Burien community. We are a membership based organization, but do not limit our services to only members, we include the entire Burien business community. We work with Burien businesses to find solutions to their problems to help educate or direct to resources that are available. We also work as a liaison between businesses and city hall to help streamline issues. Membership and contributions are tax deductible.

More info at www.discoverburien.org .

Wed, 06/27/2018 - 08:52
Tickets on sale now! www.hi-liners.org The Lion King Jr. July 12-15 The Burien Annex

Join Simba, Rafiki, Mufasa, Timon and Pumbaa for this classic story of a lion cub prince who leaves the Pride Lands behind after an unthinkable tragedy,

Into The Woods September 8-23 Highline Performing Arts Center

Follow a Baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King’s Festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn they cannot have a child because of a Witch’s curse, they set off on a journey to break the curse. They are helped, and hindered, by Little Red, a Wolf, two charming princes and Rapunzel. Everyone’s wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them with disastrous results.

Tickets on sale now! www.hi-liners.org
Tue, 06/26/2018 - 12:08

: Burien Arts Association is seeking Art and Artists for its 11h annual Vision 20/20 Art Auction on Nov. 17, 2018.

Vision 20/20 is an annual art auction sponsored by the Burien Arts Association each November.

The main auction pieces are the works of 50 artists who have produced nine new works of art each on 8’ x 8” inch panels in a medium of their choosing.

Photography is not an allowed medium (sorry).

Burien Arts provides the panels.

Artists can also submit existing works of any size to offer in a silent auction

The auction will take place this year on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. at the Burien Community Center, 14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA.

The event usually draws 300+ art lovers.

Each 8” x 8” panel is priced at $40 with a 50/50 split of the commission between the artist and Burien Arts. The silent auction items have the same commission structure.

Any unsold art is returned to the artist at the end of the event.

Interested artists should complete the entry form , which includes photos of their work. A jury of Burien Arts board members and volunteers will review the applications.

The event timeline is:

Proceeds from the auction go to support the ongoing programs of the Burien Arts Association such as monthly art exhibits, art lessons for children, a monthly poetry reading, Shakespeare in the Park, concerts, and face painting at community events.

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Burien Arts is a non-profit community arts organization founded in the early 1960s with the mission to enrich Burien through the arts. For more information, please visit our website at www.burienarts.org .

DEADLINE July 16: Call for artists for 8”x8” panels closes

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