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Makah Nation welcomes Superfund listing for polluted site Makah Nation welcomes Superfund listing for polluted site
A polluted site on the Makah Nation in Washington could be added to the national Superfund list. The Warmhouse Beach dump was used as a dump site by the...
Te-Moak Tribe implements program to protect sage grouse Te-Moak Tribe implements program to protect sage grouse
The Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Indians in Nevada is implementing a program to protect the sage grouse, a bird that could be placed on the endangered species list. The...
Chippewa Cree Tribe postpones election due to challenge Chippewa Cree Tribe postpones election due to challenge
The election committee for the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana postponed a special election for the chairman's post. The election was due to take place yesterday. But a tribal court...
Eastern Cherokees take  over  welfare assistance program Eastern Cherokees take over welfare assistance program
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina is running its own welfare assistance program. Previously, tribal members had to go to neighboring counties. Now they can go to...
Judge won't stop Nooksack Tribe  from ousting 306 people Judge won't stop Nooksack Tribe from ousting 306 people
The Nooksack Tribe of Washington will move forward with disenrollment proceedings against 306 people, Chairman Bob Kelly said. Kelly said the tribe's court confirmed that the power to determine membership...
Column: Tribes forced  out of  homelands across the nation Column: Tribes forced out of homelands across the nation
Columnist traces the history of Indian policy through war, treaties and removal: The end of the Civil War signaled a renewed effort on the part of the federal government to...
Opinion: Christian forefathers  perpetrated Indian genocide Opinion: Christian forefathers perpetrated Indian genocide
Writer says Christian forefathers perpetrated genocide on Indian people: We have so much unfinished business when it comes to healing the breach that exists between us and our American Indian...
Osage Nation leader defends rape suspect at bond hearing Osage Nation leader defends rape suspect at bond hearing
Scott BigHorse, the assistant chief of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma, testified in support of a tribal employee who has been charged with rape, The Bigheart Times reports. BigHorse called...
South Dakota files motion to dismiss tribes'  ICWA lawsuit South Dakota files motion to dismiss tribes' ICWA lawsuit
The South Dakota Department of Social Services is seeking the dismissal of an Indian Child Welfare Act lawsuit filed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. The...
Column: Honor song debate  shines light on race relations Column: Honor song debate shines light on race relations
Columnist posts some of the public reaction to the honor song debate in Chamberlain, South Dakota: The issue of race doesn’t come up much in South Dakota until there’s a...
Native American Natural Foods going strong after sx years Native American Natural Foods going strong after sx years
Native American Natural Foods, an Indian-owned business on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, is still going strong, six years after introducing its first product. The Tanka Bar is...
Native Sun News: Tribes walk out of Keystone XL meeting Native Sun News: Tribes walk out of Keystone XL meeting
“The Oceti Sakowin are united in this effort to stop the pipeline. It will not cross our lands. When we come together we have the power to stop anything,” said Rosebud Sioux Tribal President Cyril “Whitey” Scott.
KUOW: Duwamish Tribe still looking for federal recognition KUOW: Duwamish Tribe still looking for federal recognition
KUOW public radio reports on the Duwamish Tribe of Washington and its long struggle for federal recognition: On a rainy Saturday afternoon, a strong brew of native tea warms up...
This Land: One man's fight for   Cherokee Freedmen justice This Land: One man's fight for Cherokee Freedmen justice
This Land Magazine publishes a lengthy article about the Freedmen citizenship dispute within the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the role played by David Cornsilk, a tribal member: On an...
Cow Creek Band  loses barn to fire at newly acquired ranch Cow Creek Band loses barn to fire at newly acquired ranch
The Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians lost a barn to a fire at a newly acquired ranch in Oregon. Damp hay had been stored in the...
Jill Biden: Tribal colleges build opportunity  on reservations Jill Biden: Tribal colleges build opportunity on reservations
Dr. Jill Biden walks with the procession of graduates of the Navajo Technical College Class of 2013, Navajo Tech President Elmer Guy, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and the...
Tyme Maidu Tribe moving  to disenroll more than 70 people Tyme Maidu Tribe moving to disenroll more than 70 people
The Tyme Maidu Tribe of California is preparing to remove more than 70 people from the rolls, according to news reports. The tribe is mailing disenrollment ballots as part of...
House Republicans approve deep cuts to federal  programs House Republicans approve deep cuts to federal programs
By a party-line vote, House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday approved deep cuts to the federal government's budget. Republicans on the committee voted in favor of a 19 percent cut to...
Sidney Hill: Elected councils are not traditional government Sidney Hill: Elected councils are not traditional government
Chief Sidney Hill of the Onondaga Nation on traditional versus elected leadership: From the moment elected councils were imposed in our communities, its primary intent was to abolish the strength...

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