SOBOBA BAND OF LUISENO INDIANS NEWS
OUR TRIBAL NEWSPAPER
BREAKING NATIVE AMERICAN NEWS FEATURES, OPINIONS, LETTER TO EDITOR

SOBOBA INDIAN REPORTER NEWSPAPER

PUBLISHERThe "Soboba Indian Reporter" (SIR) is the Southern California tribal community newspaper of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians located on the Soboba Indian Reservation in Riverside County, San Jacinto, Calif.

The Soboba Indian Reservation newspaper celebrated its two-year anniversary in 2017. It was established and first printed on October 1, 2015 by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., a Soboba tribal elder. He is currently its managing editor and publisher.

The primary goal of the Soboba Indian Reporter is to provide reservation news exclusively to Soboba band members. However, we have expanded to a larger audience of both inter-tribal and non-Indian communities worldwide through our websites: www.sobobaindianreporter.com and www.calie.org (California Indian Education).

The original "The Indian Reporter" was established in 1962 by Wild Bill Jennings as a local grass roots tribal reservation newsletter. Ernie Salgado (Luiseño) continued the newsletter electronically on the Internet in 2009. Ernie Salgado is continuing Wild Bill's grass roots journalism work in 2018 by self publishing under the Soboba Indian Reporter masthead.

Our monthly tribal community newspaper is printed in full-color and trimmed to 11x22 inches. It includes up to 24 pages, and is delivered through the US mail system.

MADE IN AMERICA WEB SITE DESIGN
www.sobobaindianreporter.com | www.theindianreporter.com
COPYRIGHT 2015-Present • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED