By the Smoke Signals Staff

  • Tests show bacteria in Grand Ronde water

    The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde has been notified of a “non-emergency” detection of coliform bacteria in the Tribe’s drinking water source provided by the Grand Ronde More

  • 31st Restoration celebration schedule set

    By Dean RhodesSmoke Signals editorThe Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde will celebrate its 31st anniversary of Restoration, which occurred on Nov. 22, 1983, with a day’s More

  • Tribal Police ready to issue concealed carry permits

    By Dean Rhodes Smokes Signals editor With the passage of a new Tribal Public Safety Ordinance that went into effect on Thursday, Oct. 16, the Grand Ronde Police Department More

  • Tresa Mercier recalls 30 years of service to the Tribe

    Tresa Mercier recalls 30 years of service to the Tribe By Ron Karten Smoke Signals editor Tresa Mercier was hired by the Tribe as an intern in April 1984, not too long after Restoration occurred on Nov. 22, 1983. That was more More

Recent Blog Posts

  • Chris Mercier

    15th Day, 15th Year

      (I originally wrote this Friday, March 15th, and have made some revisions) I’ve always had a certain preoccupation with numbers, and dates.  March 15th carries More

  • Chris Mercier

    NCAI in Sacramento

      Having not spent much time in Northern California, I wasn’t sure what to expect about the 69th Annual National Congress of American Indians held in Sacramento on October More

  • Chris Mercier

    Seminole Country

      The air-conditioning at the Seminole Hard Rock Cafe Casino was turned on so high that while sitting in one of the meeting rooms during the most recent conference held by More

  • Chris Mercier

    NCAI in Nebraska

      Seven years ago, in 2005, I visited Lincoln, Nebraska for the first time, touching down on a sweltering August afternoon into the heartland. My initial impression then? More

People rowing a sea canoe

Visiting Grand Ronde

Grand Ronde is more than just Spirit Mountain Casino; the reservation is located in the heart of Oregon's beautiful Coastal Range, and is teeming with recreational activities. We welcome visitors to enjoy the great outdoors, hiking and camping, as well as enjoy such historical facilities as Fort Yamhill or the Veterans' Memorial. We also have various day-use parks, and, of course, Spirit Mountain Casino. Discover what you can do in Grand Ronde!

Ntsayka Ikanum: Our Story

NtsaykaIkanumPic Trace the journey of our people by visiting Our Story: A Virtual Experience, a distillation of the eras and facets of Grand Ronde history and culture for the edification of Tribal members and the general public.

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