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Filed Under: Opinion
Steve Cadue: Kickapoo Tribe still seeks reliable source of water (08/08)
Steve Cadue, the chairman of the Kickapoo Tribe, explains the need for an adequate water supply.

Filed Under: National
Prairie Band Potawatomi Secretary James Potter passes at 56 (06/12)
He served 16 years on the tribal council, including 12 years as treasurer and four years as secretary.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion
Steve Cadue: Treaty guarantees for education remain unfulfilled (05/13)
Steve Cadue, the chairman of the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas, says promises in 1854 treaty have gone unfulfilled for more than a century.

Filed Under: Law | Politics
Judge allows states to ask about US citizenship on voter forms (03/20)
A federal judge ordered the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to allow the states of Arizona and Kansas to ask voters to prove they are U.S. citizens.

Filed Under: National
BIA issues first population and labor force report since 2005 (02/12)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has finally updated the American Indian Population and Labor Force Report.

Filed Under: Opinion
Scott McKie: Charles Curtis was the first Indian vice president (02/05)
Charles Curtis was the first -- and so far, the only -- American Indian to serve as vice president of the United States.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
Kickapoo Tribe asserts treaty in long-running water dispute (02/03)
The Kickapoo Tribe will assert its treaty rights in hopes of resolving a long-running water dispute in Kansas.

Filed Under: Education | National
Venida Chenault, Potawatomi, hired as Haskell president (01/13)
Venida Chenault, a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, is the new president of Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas.

Filed Under: National
Support grows for trail to recognize forced removal of Ponca Tribe (12/03)
Support is growing for the designation of a trail that will recognize the forced removal of the Ponca Tribe.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Native Americans deserve recognition for contributions (11/18)
Writer calls attention to Native American Heritage Month.

Filed Under: Politics
Editorial: Open communication with Delaware Tribe in Kansas (10/28)
Newspaper calls on Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma to keep lines of communication open as it makes a return to Kansas.

Filed Under: Trust
KCUR: Mayor plans meeting with Delaware Tribe in Oklahoma (10/11)
Lawrence, Kansas, Mayor Mike Dever plans to meet with leaders of the Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma as soon as Monday.

Filed Under: Trust
City seeks meeting with Delaware Tribe over plans in Kansas (10/09)
Officials in Lawrence, Kansas, voted to request a meeting with the Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma.

Filed Under: Politics
Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas re-elects Steve Cadue as chairman (10/08)
The Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas held a council election on Tuesday.

Filed Under: Health | National
Tribal members exempt from insurance mandate in health law (09/17)
Members of federally recognized tribes and shareholders in Alaska Native corporations are exempt from the health insurance mandate in the Affordable Care Act.

Filed Under: Business | Law | Opinion
Opinion: Fast food restaurants a perfect fit in Indian Country (08/30)
With In-N-Out Burger coming to Morongo and Wyandotte Nation opening a Sonic, attorney discusses fast-food developments in Indian Country.

Filed Under: Law | National
Charges for death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director (08/29)
Two people have been charged in connection with the death of Janett Reyna, who was the domestic violence services director for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion | Recognition
Cedric Sunray: Haskell University must live up to commitment (08/12)
Cedric Sunray expresses hope that Haskell Indian Nations University will live up to its commitment to educate all Indian students.

Filed Under: Trust
Delaware Tribe hasn't submitted land-into-trust application (08/06)
The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma hasn't submitted a land-trust-application for its newly acquired property in Kansas.

Filed Under: National
Indian Times: Busy week in the news for three Oklahoma tribes (07/29)
Indian Times at KGOU recaps a busy week in the news for Oklahoma tribes.

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