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Spirit Lake Nation man maintains innocence for murder in 1986
A man from the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota continues to maintain his innocence for a 1986 murder on the reservation. Richard LaFuente was 25 and living in Texas...

Review: Edward Curtis documented 'vanishing race' of Indians
"In the summer of 1900 the American photographer Edward S. Curtis traveled from his home in Seattle to the Blackfeet Nation on the plains of northern Montana. The trip,...

Denise Juneau confident as race in Montana heads for a recount
Democrat Denise Juneau, the first American Indian to run the Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction, expects to prevail in a recount against Republican Sandy Welch. The latest, unofficial results show...

Native Sun News: A conversation with Chuck Conroy, a veteran
The following story was written and reported by Brandon Ecoffey, Native Sun News Staff Writer. All content © Native Sun News. Honoring our Akicita: A conversation with ‘Chuck’ Conroy By...

Tim Giago: Why an Indian voted for a South Dakota Republican
Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) © Unitysodak1@knology.net Holy GOP! I did the unthinkable! I’m Native American and I voted for a Republican! No, I didn’t vote...

Geoffrey Rempel: The truth behind the withdrawn Cobell appeal
Those of us who have met Mary Aurelia Johns and have had to listen to her shrill and outlandish contentions should not be surprised by her most recent statements,...

Leaford Bearskin, Wyandotte Nation leader, passes away at 91
Leaford Bearskin, the chief of the Wyandotte Nation, died on Friday. He was 91. Bearskin led his tribe since 1983. Among his many achievements was the successful restoration of...

Column: Outgoing Seneca Nation president urges focus on jobs
"Robert Odawi Porter ruffled countless feathers as president of the Seneca Nation but he did depart from his two-year term in office with a meaningful message for his people. In...

Column: Striking up memories of Santa Fe Railroad Indian Band
"The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad’s “Santa Fe Indian Band” was formed in the summer of 1923 at the railroad’s hub in Winslow, Ariz. A Laguna Pueblo gentleman and...

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