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Puyallup Tribe acquires golf course within reservation boundaries
The Washington tribe has reclaimed a portion of its reservation.
Native Sun News: Mario Gonzales goes from ball court to law court
There are two basic types of hero in Lakota country; long dead legendary ancestors, and athletes who can shoot an orange ball through an iron hoop.
White House official hires attorney as powwow fight story heats up
A nearly year-old incident is causing headaches for William Mendoza, the executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.
Lakota Country Times: Lakota horseman honored for winning career
Fred Ecoffey, one of the all-time Lakota horsemen, was honored for his life as a jockey.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Lacrosse must be returned to rightful place at Olympics
The game must be restored along with the essential participation of its inventors -- the ancestors of the Iroquois Nationals.
Lakota Country Times: Indian relay group announces event at new venue
There seems to be no stopping the growth of the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association.
White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey
William Mendoza became upset when he saw someone wearing a Washington NFL jersey with some unusual words written on the back.
Brandon Ecoffey: Best basketball teams always had Native players
After weeks upon weeks of writing columns columns about some of the most pressing issues even the most hardened writers need to take a break from that kind of content.
Football player from Kiowa Tribe not bothered by NFL team's name
Kendal Thompson just signed with the Washington NFL team and is hoping to land a spot on the roster for the upcoming season.
Lakota Country Times: Olympic legend Billy Mills congratulates runners at Rosebud
Billy Mills, Oglala Lakota Olympic Gold Medalist, visited Rosebud to help with the 3rd Annual Half Marathon Run by greeting all finishers with a medal and a hug.
Lakota Country Times: Indian relay teams to compete at Pine Ridge
Teams from across the country are set to descend on the Pine Ridge Reservation during the Oglala Nation Fair to compete in the growing sport of Indian Relay.
James Giago Davies: Boxing was once encouraged among youth
Fighters no longer display the skills common a half century back.
Brandon Ecoffey: Indian relay surges in popularity in our communities
The quick ascension of modern Indian relay is an example of how we have the ability to tap into our rich cultural history for ways to create economic development in our communities.
Native Sun News: Oglala brothers were South Dakota's best boxers
The Lonehill brothers, Edgar and Hobart, may have been the best two boxers South Dakota ever produced.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala team wins Indian relay title again
For the third consecutive year a team of Oglala Lakota horsemen have taken home the World Indian Relay Championship.
Cherokee player Koda Glover wins praise in major league debut
The 23-year-old Cherokee player made a strong debut right after being called up from the minors.
Unofficial NFL team mascot 'Chief Zee' passes away at age 75
Zema Williams was an unapologetic fan of the Washington team and its racist imagery.
Lakota Country Times: Skate competition moves to Pine Ridge
The non-profit Stronghold Society will host its One Gathering Skate for Life event on the Pine Ridge Reservation over the Labor Day weekend.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux elders celebrate Lakota Victory Day
For the first time ever, residents of the White River Health Care Center celebrated Lakota Victory Day by playing several outdoor games.
Young member of Lumbee Tribe aims for a spot on Olympic team
Ashton Locklear is hoping to make history as the first Lumbee gymnast to compete in the elite event.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux sprinter returns home to share talents
When he was a boy at Rosebud elementary, Robert Iron Shell knew all about the exploits of celebrated Lakota distance runners.
Native youth participate in first Jr. NBA camps in Indian Country
The Tulalip Boys and Girls Club in Washington and the Red Cloud Indian School in South Dakota are hosting the events.
Lakota Country Times: Teams compete for Indian horse relay title
Since the first horse arrived on the plains Native people from across the Great Plains have competed to see who's horsemanship skills are the greatest.
Native Sun News: Hockey Hall of Fame referee Oliver 'Butchy' Mousseau passes on
Butch Mousseau was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 for being the first Native American referee in the National Hockey League.
Native American Basketball Invitational draws top talent to Arizona
More than 1,400 athletes from tribal communities in the United States and Canada are taking part in the annual event.
Editorial: Washington school bans NFL team's apparel on campus
Washington team owner Daniel Snyder should take note of the fact he is losing the battle with America’s next generation.
Native Sun News: Reservation athletes largely missing at track and field championship
There were plenty of gutsy, record setting performances at Howard Wood Field last Saturday, but what was missing was the majority of gifted athletes from reservation area schools.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe elder games a big hit
A chilly and very windy day did not stop several of Rosebud’s grandpas and grandmas from participating in the 30th Annual Sicangu Elder Games.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux student earns top athletic award
Rosebud Sioux Tribal Member Robert Iron Shell was recently named the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Midwest Region Athlete of the Year.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne man was champion rodeo rider
George Highwalker Sr., a Northern Cheyenne, won a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association national title competing against non-Indians way back in 1936.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux fighter lands match in Florida
David 'Bull Dawg' Michaud is competing for the Titan Fighting welterweight title on June 10.
William Ledford: Native support for racist mascot is news to me
Mostly I’m baffled by the sheer ignorance expressed by supporters of the R word.
Amanda Blackhorse: Mascot opponents won't stop despite poll
The Washington Post will not shut us up, make us back down, nor does it make any difference in our fight.
Mescalero Apache Tribe hosts Gus Macker basketball tournament
The event -- the first of its kind in Indian Country -- will be held June 25-26 at the Inn of the Mountain Gods in New Mexico.
Courtland Milloy: Let's celebrate NFL team's truly offensive past
Many people have forgotten that one of the reasons the team and its fans no longer wear faux Indian outfits or sing broken-English warpath songs is because Native Americans have been protesting from the start.
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