Lummi council member Willie Jones says Indians and non-Indians should work together on common problems rather than dwell on past differences.
Lummi council member Willie Jones says Indians and non-Indians should work together on common problems rather than dwell on past differences. HERALD PHOTO
Lummi council member Willie Jones says Indians and non-Indians should work together on common problems rather than dwell on past differences. HERALD PHOTO

Halibut, chips and a look back

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