Hoh tribal officials have told a U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., that they face constant threats from floods and the Hoh River. Tribal Vice Chairwoman Jonette Reyes said yesterday that the tribe on the Olympic Peninsula's coast needs 37 acres of National Park Service land to help it relocate to higher ground.
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