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Pyramid Lake Paiute  Tribe loses decision in water rights case Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe loses decision in water rights case
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled against the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe in a water rights case. The tribe opposed the issuance of water applications from the Tracy Segment Hydrographic Basin....
Kickapoo Tribe awarded $39K from herbicide firm settlement Kickapoo Tribe awarded $39K from herbicide firm settlement
The Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas will receive $39,000 from a settlement with a herbicide company. The tribe was part of a lawsuit against Syngenta. The company agreed to settle for...
Omaha Tribe to declare emergency over      reservation water Omaha Tribe to declare emergency over reservation water
The Omaha Tribe of Nebraska plans to declare a state of emergency due to water woes on the reservation, The Sioux City Journal reports. Classes at the Omaha Nation Public...
Review: 'Cave Rock' details struggle over Washoe sacred site Review: 'Cave Rock' details struggle over Washoe sacred site
"Father and son co-authors Matthew S. Makley and Michael J. Makley bring “Cave Rock: Climbers, Courts and a Washoe Indian Sacred Place” to life in the form of a...
Fronteras: Havasupai  medicine woman heals more than tribe Fronteras: Havasupai medicine woman heals more than tribe
"There are three ways to get to Supai Village -- by foot, by helicopter or by mule. We chose to walk the trail on a cold but sunny November morning....
Vincent Armenta: Tribal opponents ruin chance for dialogue Vincent Armenta: Tribal opponents ruin chance for dialogue
"We had good intentions when we held our Camp 4 public meeting on Jan. 21 at Hotel Corque in Solvang. We had hoped to begin a sincere dialogue with the...
Schaghticoke  group  wants BIA to rule on recognition petition Schaghticoke group wants BIA to rule on recognition petition
The Schaghticoke Indian Tribe of Connecticut is asking the Bureau of Indian Affairs to make a decision on its petition for federal recognition. SIT filed the petition in 2001, according...
Oneida Nation business looks at new site for recycling plant Oneida Nation business looks at new site for recycling plant
The economic development corporation of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin is proposing a new site for a waste recycling plant. Oneida Seven Generations Corp wants to locate the facility on...
Beaded vest that was  donated to Goodwill goes to  museum Beaded vest that was donated to Goodwill goes to museum
A historic men's beaded vest that was donated to Goodwill has been transferred to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. The vest dates to the early 1900s....
USDA shuts down bear zoo on Eastern  Cherokee Reservation USDA shuts down bear zoo on Eastern Cherokee Reservation
The Department of Agriculture has shut down a bear zoo operated by a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina. The Chief Saunooke Bear Park was...
Editorial: Slain Chitamacha  Tribe officer helped keep us safe Editorial: Slain Chitamacha Tribe officer helped keep us safe
"It’s a tragic reminder of the danger law enforcement personnel face every day, but also a good reminder how we have heroes among us, who take jobs as emergency responders...
Editorial: Chumash  Tribe and neighbors fight over the future Editorial: Chumash Tribe and neighbors fight over the future
"The Chumash have created a thriving business empire. They own hotels, gas stations and other businesses and have their sights set on even more growth. Most communities would be happy...
Cherokee Nation  Secretary of State Charles Head dies at 63 Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Charles Head dies at 63
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Charles Head was killed in a car accident on Wednesday. He was 63. Head's vehicle ran head-on into a semi truck. He died at the...
Bill John Baker: The Cobell settlement and   Cherokee Nation Bill John Baker: The Cobell settlement and Cherokee Nation
"As you may know, the federal government is in the process of finalizing the $3.4 billion Cobell Settlement. This lawsuit revolves around years of historical mismanagement of federal trust accounts...
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe    judges get back to work Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe judges get back to work
The following story was written and reported by Brandon Ecoffey, Native Sun News Staff. All content © Native Sun News. Oglala Sioux Tribe Chief Judge Patrick Lee Tribal Judges...
Jack Duran: Handling labor union relations in Indian Country Jack Duran: Handling labor union relations in Indian Country
"As the Indian tribal industry expands and refines its function and focus, labor relations and labor contract negotiations becomes more important and an integral part of any successful business. As...
Mark Trahant: Government  shrinking even without sequester Mark Trahant: Government shrinking even without sequester
"Will bad news delay the sequester? Wednesday the government released the fourth quarter’s Gross Domestic Product, the output of goods and service produced by labor in the United States. That...

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