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Chippewa Cree Tribe bars  ousted leader from running again Chippewa Cree Tribe bars ousted leader from running again
The Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana won't let former chairman Ken Blatt St. Marks try to regain his old job. St. Marks filed as a candidate in a special election...
Navajo Nation continues work on lease for coal  power plant Navajo Nation continues work on lease for coal power plant
Navajo Nation leaders are still working on a lease extension for a coal-fired power plant on the Arizona portion of the reservation. The Navajo Nation Council approved a extension for...
Sault Tribe evicts storage business due to   payment issues Sault Tribe evicts storage business due to payment issues
The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan evicted a storage business from one of its properties, causing headaches for customers who kept belongings there. The tribe said Second Street...
Mescalero Apache Nation explores for rare earth elements Mescalero Apache Nation explores for rare earth elements
The Mescalero Apache Nation of New Mexico is exploring for rare earth elements on its reservation. The tribe is working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs on the project. Exploration...
Cabazon Band elects Douglas Welmas as its new chairman Cabazon Band elects Douglas Welmas as its new chairman
The Cabazon Band of Mission Indians in California has a new leader. Douglas Welmas won election as chairman. He succeeds David Roosevelt, who served in the post since 2009. Also...
Goshute Tribes   lead   272-mile walk to protest water project Goshute Tribes lead 272-mile walk to protest water project
The Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation in Utah are leading a 272-mile walk to protest a water project. The Nevada Groundwater Development Project includes a 306-mile pipeline that crosses...
Two sentenced for stealing from  Sisseton Wahpeton   Oyate Two sentenced for stealing from Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate
Two people were sentenced for their role in stealing nearly $346,000 from the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate in South Dakota. Tammie Strutz, 52, was sentenced to 24 months in prison and Jacqueline...
BIA and NMAI   host exhibit in honor of Indian Country officers BIA and NMAI host exhibit in honor of Indian Country officers
The Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Artesia, New Mexico. Photo Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers. The Bureau of Indian Affairs and the National Museum of the American Indian...
Blog: How to pronounce the  'unique' name of   Coquille Tribe Blog: How to pronounce the 'unique' name of Coquille Tribe
Another post on the pronunciation of the name of the Coquille Tribe in Oregon: A few mornings ago, the entertainment took the form of a couple different types of misspeaking....
Bryan Newland: Tribes, treaties and the   Michigan wolf hunt Bryan Newland: Tribes, treaties and the Michigan wolf hunt
Bryan Newland discusses tribes and Michigan's wolf hunt: The Michigan Natural Resources Commission has approved a wolf hunting season here in Michigan, just one day after Governor Snyder signed legislation...
Law Article: Hualapai  Tribe wins decision in business dispute Law Article: Hualapai Tribe wins decision in business dispute
Attorney discusses ruling favoring Hualapai Tribe of Arizona in dispute over Grand Canyon Skywalk: An eminent decision out of the Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals is not a...
Ex-dictator of Guatemala takes stand in Maya genocide trial Ex-dictator of Guatemala takes stand in Maya genocide trial
Efrain Rios Montt, a former president and dictator of Guatemala, took the stand for the first time in his genocide trial. Rios Montt accused of ordering massacres on two Mayan...
Appeals court strikes down NLRB rule on public notifications Appeals court strikes down NLRB rule on public notifications
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday struck down a National Labor Relations Board rule that requires employers to post public notices about union rights. The rule requires employers...
Gyasi Ross: Some advice for the graduating classes of 2013 Gyasi Ross: Some advice for the graduating classes of 2013
Gyasi Ross offers some advice to the graduating classes of 2013: I planned to go to Haskell’s graduation ceremony. I love Haskell, and my big brother Ernie was kind enough...
Native Sun News: Wounded Knee descendants speak out Native Sun News: Wounded Knee descendants speak out
The conversation surrounding the sale of Wounded Knee has included commentary from people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, activists from urban centers, academics, and non-Native columnists.

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