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CBC News: Business grows for Native-owned airline   in Canada CBC News: Business grows for Native-owned airline in Canada
CBC News has a video report on Canadian North Airlines, a 100 percent Native-owned company: Despite operating out of Edmonton for years, Canadian North Airlines has flown under the radar...
Column: Renelle White Buffalo, Rosebud artist, in     competition Column: Renelle White Buffalo, Rosebud artist, in competition
Renelle White Buffalo, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, is taking part in an art competition: Since Renelle White Buffalo now lives in Los Angeles, our...
Oklahoma tribes seek to extend talks for tobacco compacts Oklahoma tribes seek to extend talks for tobacco compacts
Tribal leaders in Oklahoma are seeking to extend negotiations for new tobacco compacts, The Native American Times reports. Twenty-two tribes signed a letter to Gov. Mary Fallin (R) asking for...
Quapaw Tribe seeks $175M in   trust mismanagement lawsuit Quapaw Tribe seeks $175M in trust mismanagement lawsuit
The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma is seeking $175 million in damages for the alleged mismanagement of its trust resources. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims....
Treaty tribes defend fish  quotas amid   complaints in Wisconsin Treaty tribes defend fish quotas amid complaints in Wisconsin
Treaty tribes in Wisconsin are defending their spring fish quotas amid complaints from state officials and non-Indians. The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission raised walleye levels at off-reservation...
First Nations Development Institute  awards $375K in grants First Nations Development Institute awards $375K in grants
First Nations Development Institute has awarded $375,000 in grants for food projects in Indian Country. Ten grants of $37,500 each were awarded to tribes, tribal enterprises and Native Hawaiians. The...
Colville Tribes sign deal to  open timber mill  that closed in 2009 Colville Tribes sign deal to open timber mill that closed in 2009
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation signed a deal to reopen a timber mill that closed in 2009. Wood Resources agreed to a 25-year lease for the plywood mill...
Ponca Tribe promotes Chris Legband to executive director job Ponca Tribe promotes Chris Legband to executive director job
The Ponca Tribe has promoted one of its own to the position of executive director. Chris Legband will manage daily affairs for the tribe. The tribe has service areas in...
Alabama company   to pay $1.15M for Indian contracting  fraud Alabama company to pay $1.15M for Indian contracting fraud
An Alabama company will pay $1.15 million in an Indian contracting fraud case. Caddell Construction told the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that it was mentoring an Indian-owned company under...
Moapa Band to file second lawsuit over coal-fired power plant Moapa Band to file second lawsuit over coal-fired power plant
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians in Nevada says it will file another lawsuit that targets a coal-fired power plant next to the reservation. The tribe plans to sue the...
Two Arizona tribes move closer to establishing   radio stations Two Arizona tribes move closer to establishing radio stations
Two tribes in Arizona are waiting on final approval from the Federal Communications Commission to build FM radio stations. The Navajo Nation plans to build a station at Navajo Technical...
Ak-Chin Indian Community  signs sponsorship deal with team Ak-Chin Indian Community signs sponsorship deal with team
The Ak-Chin Indian Community signed a sponsorship deal with the Arizona Rattlers football team. The Rattlers field at US Airways Center in Phoenix will be called the "Ak-Chin Field" for...
Northern Arapaho Tribe granted another permit to take eagles Northern Arapaho Tribe granted another permit to take eagles
The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming has been granted another federal permit to take eagles. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service permit runs from March 1 through February 2014, the...
IBIA dismisses challenge to Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust IBIA dismisses challenge to Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust
The Interior Board of Indian Appeals has dismissed a challenge to the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians land-into-trust application. The Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the tribe's application for...
Chippewa Cree Tribe removes leader  after he refuses hearing Chippewa Cree Tribe removes leader after he refuses hearing
The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana removed Chairman Ken Blatt St. Marks from office on Monday. The council held a hearing to consider charges against St. Marks but he refused...
Editorial: Tribal colleges   play important role in Indian Country Editorial: Tribal colleges play important role in Indian Country
Newspaper highlights importance of tribal colleges like the College of the Menominee Nation on the Menominee Nation in Wisconsin: The College of the Menominee Nation, which was chartered by the...
Umatilla Tribes on fast track to assert authority under VAWA Umatilla Tribes on fast track to assert authority under VAWA
The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon could be the first in Indian Country to assert jurisdiction over non-Indians who commit domestic violence offenses. The tribe already...
Chair of Duwamish Tribe in 'state of  shock' after court decision Chair of Duwamish Tribe in 'state of shock' after court decision
The Duwamish Tribe of Washington will get a second look at its federal recognition petition after a federal judge's historic decision on Friday. The tribe started the recognition process in...
Native Sun News: Beyond Buckskin launches first look book Native Sun News: Beyond Buckskin launches first look book
Beyond Buckskin and its founder Dr. Jessica Metcalfe a Turtle Mountain Chippewa are breaking new ground in the fashion industry with last week’s launch of a first of its kind look book.
Native Sun News: State issues warning on Free Lakota Bank Native Sun News: State issues warning on Free Lakota Bank
The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation issued a warning to potential customers of Free Lakota Bank.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Indigenous leaders prepare for UN meet Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Indigenous leaders prepare for UN meet
Dina Gilio-Whitaker on the upcoming World Conference on Indigenous Peoples: In 2010, after the United States as the final holdout endorsed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous...
Supporters of ex-dictator deny    Mayan  genocide  in Guatemala Supporters of ex-dictator deny Mayan genocide in Guatemala
Supporters of Efrain Rios Montt, a former president and dictator of Guatemala, say no genocide occurred in their country. More than 200,000 people, mostly Mayans, were killed or went missing...
Taos Pueblo leader attends signing of new national monument Taos Pueblo leader attends signing of new national monument
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in New Mexico. (Photo: Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management) Samuel Gomez, the war chief for Taos Pueblo, was in Washington, D.C., on...
Supreme Court agrees to take second    affirmative action case Supreme Court agrees to take second affirmative action case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, an affirmative action case from Michigan. Voters approved Proposition 2 in 2006. It bans...
Sen. Tim Johnson of South Dakota expected to   retire  in 2014 Sen. Tim Johnson of South Dakota expected to retire in 2014
Sen. Tim Johnson (D-South Dakota), a longtime friend of Indian Country, is expected to announce his plans to retire from the Senate. Johnson is a member of the Senate Indian...

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