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Filed Under: Environment | Law
Jemez Pueblo gets second shot at making case for ancestral land (06/29)
In a unanimous decision, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals said Congress has never extinguished aboriginal title to the area in question.

Filed Under: Law | National
Sault Tribe member recognized for work at U.S. Attorney's Office (06/19)
David Adams developed and implemented a program to combat violence against Native women in New Mexico.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | Politics
House subcommittee takes up Navajo Nation water bill next week (06/19)
Consideration comes as Congress reduces a funding request for tribal water rights settlements.

Filed Under: National | Sports
Navajo Nation father competes on 'American Ninja Warrior' show (06/16)
Brandon Todacheenie traveled to Texas in March for a chance to appear on the highly-competitive show.

Filed Under: Opinion
Mark Charles: All men are created equal except 'Indian savages' (06/15)
The foundations of the United States of America are blatantly unjust. This land was stolen.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Tribes benefit from wildland fire protection at Interior Department (06/15)
The Obama administration announced $10 million in projects across the nation, including three that will include tribes.

Filed Under: Law | National | World
Auction house in France sells sacred tribal property for $450K (06/10)
Objections from the Hopi Tribe and Acoma Pueblo failed to stop the sale of 15 items.

Filed Under: Education
Mescalero Apache Nation honors graduates with scholarships (06/10)
The tribe celebrated 48 high school students and awarded scholarships to 10 achievers.

Filed Under: Law | National | World
Hopi Tribe and Acoma Pueblo seek to block sale of sacred items (06/09)
The auction is due to take place in France amid growing attention to the issue.

Filed Under: National
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center set to break ground for Starbucks (06/09)
The 4,000 square-foot facility will be one of the largest in New Mexico.

Filed Under: Education
Jemez Pueblo reports high graduation rate at small charter school (06/08)
The tribe started the Walatowa Charter High School to emphasize Pueblo culture, history and language.

Filed Under: National
Travel: Tracing the path of Edward Curtis through Indian Country (06/05)
Edward S. Curtis thought he was capturing a 'vanishing race' when he set off for a mission to the American West.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Navajo Nation works on agreement to address horse population (06/05)
The Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife wants to help the tribe prevent horses from being shipped to slaughterhouses.

Filed Under: Law | National
BIA seeks help locating Pueblo man who went missing on May 25 (06/03)
Benjamin Youngbear was last seen on May 25 and the circumstances of his disappearance are considered troubling.

Filed Under: National
Farmington Indian Center holds competition for new ambassador (06/02)
The competition, formerly known as the Miss Indian Farmington, will be open to young Native Americans of both genders.

Filed Under: Business | Technology
Navajo Nation business opens tech data center in New Mexico (05/21)
NOVA Corporation will use the data center to meet the information technology needs of government and commercial clients.

Filed Under: Opinion
Anthony Trujillo: A cultural ambassador with the Peace Corps (05/20)
As a child, the thought of living in another country was only slightly more plausible than moving to Mars.

Filed Under: Law | National
Police officers on Navajo Nation often go out on patrol alone (05/19)
The tribe only has 30 officers on duty at any one time to serve a reservation that's the size of West Virginia.

Filed Under: Law
New Mexico court allows lawsuits for actions of tribal officers (05/18)
The Santa Fe County sheriff has revoked law enforcement commissions with a dozen tribal, local and federal agencies in response to the ruling.

Filed Under: Education | Opinion
Column: Pueblo student takes to street to raise college funds (05/18)
Panhandling was never something Darren Booqua liked or did very often. It was embarrassing, he said. Humiliating. Weird.

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