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Filed Under: Education | Law | Politics | Trust
Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets business meeting on bills (07/28)
Bills affect Native languages, land-into-trust for tribes in Montana, Nevada and Mexico and a governance issue for the Miami Nation of Oklahoma.

Filed Under: Opinion
Tim Giago: Lakota and Pueblo Indians on Pine Ridge Reservation (07/28)
We were all one big family of Lakota and Pueblo Indians living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation thanks to the Texas ranchers who sent their cattle through New Mexico to Dakota Territory.

Filed Under: Opinion | World
Opinion: Auction of tribal property in France sets bad precedent (07/25)
Attorney Pierre Ciric denounces the sale of Hopi, Zuni, Pueblo and Navajo property at various auction houses in France.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Law
Police officer aimed rifle at Pueblo artist Mateo Romero in mix-up (07/10)
A well-known Cochiti Pueblo artist was briefly detained and had a rifle pointed at him in a bizarre mix-up in New Mexico.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | Politics | Trust
Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearing on five bills (07/09)
The bills address land-into-trust, mineral rights and water rights issues for tribes in Arizona, Montana, Nevada and New Mexico.

Filed Under: National
Town rescinds decision to change name of park for Indian fighter (07/09)
Kit Carson's name will still be used for the section of the park where he is buried.

Filed Under: Politics | Trust
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills (07/07)
Five bills affecting land-into-trust, mineral rights and water rights are on the agenda.

Filed Under: National | Politics | World
Ambassador Harper thanks tribes for backing historic nomination (07/01)
Cherokee Nation citizen is first member of a federally recognized tribe in an ambassador-rank post.

Filed Under: Law
Jemez Pueblo woman sentenced to probation in theft from tribe (07/01)
Former employee admitted that she stole more than $18,000.

Filed Under: Health | Opinion
Yvette Roubideaux: Let's Move in Indian Country marks 3rd year (07/01)
Program celebrates birthday at Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico.

Filed Under: Cobell | Environment | National | Politics | Trust
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs plans four hearings in July (06/30)
Hearings scheduled on five bills, Cobell land buy-back program, Indian gaming and natural disasters.

Filed Under: National | World
Auction house in France goes ahead with sale of tribal property (06/30)
The U.S. Embassy said tribal representatives should have been allowed to look at the items prior to their sale.

Filed Under: National
City schedules another vote on park named after Indian fighter (06/27)
Leaders of Taos Pueblo said they should have been consulted about the new name.

Filed Under: Sports
Interview: Notah Begay never forgets his Native American roots (06/25)
Mark Smith of The Albuquerque Journal interviews Navajo / Pueblo golfer Notah Begay III and asks him about his health, mascots and his Native roots.

Filed Under: Politics
Pueblo woman aims to be first Native candidate in state office (06/23)
Deb Haaland is a single mother from Laguna Pueblo.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
President Obama signs bill to finalize Sandia Pueblo land swap (06/10)
Exchange has been in the works for more than 10 years.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Law
Zia Pueblo upset by band's unauthorized use of sacred symbol (06/05)
A welcome sign at Zia Pueblo in New Mexico. Photo from Zia Trading A new musical group is using a sacred symbol of Zia Pueblo without the New Mexico tribe's...

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
Measure to finalize Sandia Pueblo land exchange sent to Obama (05/30)
Deal expands the reservation and helps protect land within national forest.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Secretary Jewell heads to New Mexico to celebrate monument (05/22)
President Barack Obama designated the monument at at ceremony at the Interior Department.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Obama to create monument supported by tribes in New Mexico (05/20)
The 496,000-acre site includes ancestral villages, petroglyphs and other cultural resources.

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