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Primary roles cast for Navajo dubbed version of 'Star Wars' Primary roles cast for Navajo dubbed version of 'Star Wars'
Seven Navajo language speakers have been cast for roles in the Navajo-dubbed version of Star Wars. The Navajo Nation Museum and the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department secured approval...
Hopi Tribe seeks nearly $190M from bank for bad investment Hopi Tribe seeks nearly $190M from bank for bad investment
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona is seeking nearly $190 million from Wachovia bank and two investment advisors. "Wachovia’s investment advisors lost millions of the Hopi Tribe’s dollars and must be...
Interview: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe develops own school Interview: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe develops own school
Cape Cod Today interviews Morgan James Peters, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe who discusses the tribe's plans to open its own school: Cape Cod Today: We understand that...
DOI defends inclusion of Indian lands in fracking regulation DOI defends inclusion of Indian lands in fracking regulation
The Interior Department maintains it has broad authority to regulate "all" oil and gas activity, including hydraulic fracturing, on Indian lands. Some tribes complained about the inclusion of Indian lands...
Editorial: Lumbee Tribe   fills administrator  post after 2 years Editorial: Lumbee Tribe fills administrator post after 2 years
Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina finally fills administrator post after two years: It took almost two years to the day, but the Lumbee Tribal Government finally has a tribal...
Wendell George: Sharing    Colville Tribes culture and history Wendell George: Sharing Colville Tribes culture and history
Wendell George, a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes of Washington, on his new column: My wife, Barbara, and I both graduated from Wenatchee High School. I moved to Wenatchee...
Editorial: A ground-breaking agreement with     Oneida Nation Editorial: A ground-breaking agreement with Oneida Nation
Newspaper hails landmark deal between Oneida Nation and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D): The ground-breaking agreement reached by the Cuomo administration and the Oneida Nation of Indians resolving long-standing...
BIA proposes   regulation to address land-into-trust appeals BIA proposes regulation to address land-into-trust appeals
The Obama administration is proposing a new regulation to address land-into-trust appeals in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Salazar v. Patchak. In Patchak, the Supreme Court...
Opinion: Genocide trial represents breakthrough for justice Opinion: Genocide trial represents breakthrough for justice
Luz Mendez of the National Union of Guatemala Women on the genocide trial of former dictator Efrain Rios Montt: Guatemala is also one of the countries with the deepest social...
MPR: Red Lake Nation  man opens  restaurant in border town MPR: Red Lake Nation man opens restaurant in border town
Minnesota Public Radio reports on Red Lake Nation man who opened the first Indian-owned restaurant in Bemidji thanks to the Minnesota Indian Business Loan Program: Even though the city of...
WPM: Northern Arapaho Tribe aims  to fix spending problems WPM: Northern Arapaho Tribe aims to fix spending problems
Wyoming Public Media on efforts by the Northern Arapaho Tribe to clean up its spending of federal funds: The Northern Arapaho Tribe is currently being sanctioned for not submitting their...
Opinion: Government shirks responsibility for  urban Indians Opinion: Government shirks responsibility for urban Indians
Ralph Forquera and Polly Olsen of the Seattle Indian Health Board on urban Indian health issues: The Seattle Indian Health Board was established in 1970, at a time when the...
Bill clears path for Native veterans memorial at NMAI in DC Bill clears path for Native veterans memorial at NMAI in DC
Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), a member of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, introduced S.1046, the Native Americans Veterans’ Memorial Amendments Act, on Thursday. The Native American Veterans' Memorial Establishment Act...
Senate confirms   nominee  for long-vacant seat on DC Circuit Senate confirms nominee for long-vacant seat on DC Circuit
The Senate voted 97-0 on Thursday to confirm Sri Srinivasan to a long-vacant seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. Srinivasan is the first new member of the D.C....
TV show based on Sheriff Walt Longmire  book series returns TV show based on Sheriff Walt Longmire book series returns
Longmire, the television show on the based on the Sheriff Walt Longmire book series, returns for a second season on Monday. The show is set in Wyoming on and near...
Nine   charged for sexual exploitation of Indian girls in Brazil Nine charged for sexual exploitation of Indian girls in Brazil
Nine people have been charged for sexual exploitation and abuse of Indian girls in Brazil. Authorities identified 16 girls who were victimized, and there may be more, the Associated Press...
Dana Lone Hill: Life taught me to make   most of what I have Dana Lone Hill: Life taught me to make most of what I have
Many times we go through life knowing there are two types of people. There are those that have and those that have not.
Native Sun News:  Cheyenne River woman loves giving back Native Sun News: Cheyenne River woman loves giving back
This month, Tammy Eagle Hunter will be starting her new position as Youth Programs Director for the Cheyenne River Youth Project.

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