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Court delays action on retired judge over  racist  Obama email Court delays action on retired judge over racist Obama email
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has delayed action on a former federal judge who sent a racist e-mail about President Barack Obama. Judge Richard Cebull admitted that he circulated...
WyoFile: Program puts more  Indian teachers in the  classroom WyoFile: Program puts more Indian teachers in the classroom
WyoFile reports on a teacher training program based at the Wind River Tribal College: A weekend at college is business as usual for the group of 24 working adults who...
School board  won't allow honor song at graduation ceremony School board won't allow honor song at graduation ceremony
The Chamberlain Board of Education in South Dakota voted 6-1 against allowing an honor song at the high school graduation ceremony. Indian students, many from the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe...
South Dakota won't attend Indian Child Welfare Act meeting South Dakota won't attend Indian Child Welfare Act meeting
The South Dakota Department of Social Services won't be sending representatives to an Indian Child Welfare Act summit, the Associated Press reports. A spokesperson for the department said the Bureau...
Duane Yazzie: School district must listen to Navajo concerns Duane Yazzie: School district must listen to Navajo concerns
Duane "Chili" Yazzie, the president of the Shiprock Chapter on the Navajo Nation, airs concerns with the Central Consolidated School District in New Mexico: I made a scene at the...
Column: Tribes support   New Mexico horse slaughtering plant Column: Tribes support New Mexico horse slaughtering plant
Columnist on the use of horse meat in Indian Country: The most ironic argument against a slaughterhouse for unwanted horses is that the noble animal is a western icon, a...
Exhibit explores collector who built   museum  with Indian bones Exhibit explores collector who built museum with Indian bones
Inside the museum made of bones. Photo from Catalina Island Museum Blog A new exhibit at the Catalina Island Museum in California explores a collector who looted Indian graves...
USET: Education Department holds listening session for tribes USET: Education Department holds listening session for tribes
News from the United South and Eastern Tribes: The U.S. Department of Education (ED) is holding a Tribal Consultation and Listening Session today leading up to the United South and...
PBS Newshour: Sequestration hits Nez Perce Tribe's hatchery PBS Newshour: Sequestration hits Nez Perce Tribe's hatchery
PBS Newshour on how sequestration of the federal budget is impacting the Nez Perce Tribe in Idaho: One of the gauges that has been shut down in Idaho is on...
Blog: Navajo Nation casts 20 for  'Star Wars' in Dine language Blog: Navajo Nation casts 20 for 'Star Wars' in Dine language
The Navajo Nation is dubbing the first Star Wars film in the Dine language: In a first for both Hollywood and the Navajo tribe in America, Obi-Wan Kenobi will soon...
Kalispel Tribe hosts 'PikePalooza' to address invasive species Kalispel Tribe hosts 'PikePalooza' to address invasive species
The Kalispel Tribe of Washington is hosting a "PikePalooza" this weekend to reduce an invasive species of fish. Cash prizes will be awarded for bringing in the northern pike. The...
Lummi Nation eyes agreement to resolve land and tax issues Lummi Nation eyes agreement to resolve land and tax issues
The Lummi Nation is proposing an agreement to address land-into-trust and taxation issues in the city of Ferndale, Washington. The agreement calls on the tribe to sell certain properties. The...
BIA releases schedule for more tribal court training sessions BIA releases schedule for more tribal court training sessions
The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be hosting more tribal court training sessions. The BIA's Office of Justice Services is providing training to tribal court prosecutors, defenders and judges. The...
Oneida Nation puts  emphasis on   healthy, local produced food Oneida Nation puts emphasis on healthy, local produced food
Oneida Nation Farms. Photo © Oneida Nation Farms The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin is building a local food economy. The tribe operates two farms that supply products to students...
Closure date set for    Torres Martinez Reservation  trailer park Closure date set for Torres Martinez Reservation trailer park
A federal judge has ordered a trailer park on the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Reservation in southern California to close by June 30, The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported. Upwards of 3,000...
Turtle Mountain woman, 77, provides foster care for decades Turtle Mountain woman, 77, provides foster care for decades
Joyce Dumont, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, has raised 69 children, including dozens in foster care, over the past six decades. At age 77,...
KPBS: California State University  promotes Luiseno  language KPBS: California State University promotes Luiseno language
California State University San Marcos helps keep Luiseño language alive: At the center's graduation ceremony this year, the school also got to unveil Cal State’s newest How to Access College...
Albert Bender: Cobell trust fund payments far from adequate Albert Bender: Cobell trust fund payments far from adequate
Albert Bender on the inadequacy of the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement: This past December, $1,000 checks were sent to thousands of Native American accountholders for money of which...
Steve Russell:  Make gun owners liable for misuse of firearms Steve Russell: Make gun owners liable for misuse of firearms
Steve Russell on gun control: The NRA told us that background checks would do no good at all. Okay, lets take them at their word. Make gun owners share both...
Senate Indian Affairs Committee with Secretary Sally Jewell Senate Indian Affairs Committee with Secretary Sally Jewell
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will take testimony from Interior Secretary Sally Jewell tomorrow. Jewell will offer her views and priorities on Indian issues. This will be her second appearance...
Native Sun News: Center provides support for   urban Indians Native Sun News: Center provides support for urban Indians
Students studying to take their GED tests agree that it is difficult under the best of circumstances. But of those who come into the Career Learning Center in Rapid City, many have their own set of challenges.

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