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Filed Under: Cobell
Letter from Cobell attorneys on second settlement payment (04/16)
Concerns have recently been expressed that the second payments under the Cobell settlement have not yet been distributed.

Filed Under: National
CNN Series: Best places to experience Native American culture (04/15)
As part of its Best of USA series, CNN names the Best places to experience Native American culture.

Filed Under: Law | National | Politics
Fort Sill Apache Tribe wins recognition in New Mexico homeland (04/15)
The New Mexico Supreme Court ordered Gov. Susana Martinez (R) to recognize the Fort Sill Apache Tribe.

Filed Under: National
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne celebrate Little Wolf's return (04/15)
Tribal members gathered to remember the date when Chief Little Wolf and a loyal band of followers made it back to Montana, beloved Cheyenne home land, coming from Oklahoma.

Filed Under: Law | Opinion
Jeff Haozous: Fort Sill Apache Tribe deserves say in New Mexico (04/14)
Jeff Haozous, the chairman of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe, says his people deserve a seat at the table in New Mexico.

Filed Under: National
Late Chickasaw Nation ambassador to join tribe's Hall of Fame (04/11)
The late Charles Blackwell will be inducted into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: City looking for agreement with tribes over sales taxes (04/10)
Keith Hall, a commissioner in Shawnee, Oklahoma, says the city wants to reach agreement with tribes over the taxation of goods sold to non-Indians.

Filed Under: Environment | National
Radio: Tribes take over management of state parks in Oklahoma (04/10)
StateImpact Oklahoma checks in on the Osage Nation and the Chickasaw Nation to find out how they are managing state parks.

Filed Under: National
BIA announces approval of four tribal HEARTH Act applications (04/10)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced approvals of four more applications under the HEARTH Act.

Filed Under: National
Blog: Native Americans and Africans connected through slavery (04/10)
The Five Civilized Tribes -- Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation, Muscogee Nation and Seminole Nation -- held slaves within their territory.

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