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BIA sued over pending disenrollments   within Nooksack  Tribe BIA sued over pending disenrollments within Nooksack Tribe
A group of people who are being removed from the Nooksack Tribe have filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Appeals court orders Native man to stay in prison indefinitely Appeals court orders Native man to stay in prison indefinitely
The Alberta Court of Appeal ordered a Native man who has a history of violent crime to be jailed indefinitely.
USDA awards grants   to help small business in Indian Country USDA awards grants to help small business in Indian Country
The Department of Agriculture awarded grants to foster the growth of small businesses in Indian Country.
KUNM: Tewa Women United focus on domestic violence issues KUNM: Tewa Women United focus on domestic violence issues
Tewa Women United helped bring Pueblo men to a domestic violence talk featuring Ted Bunch, with A Call To Men.
Albert White Hat, Lakota language educator, passes on at 74 Albert White Hat, Lakota language educator, passes on at 74
Albert White Hat, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe who was instrumental in preserving the Lakota language, died on June 11.
USDA Blog: White Mountain Apache Tribe restores forest land USDA Blog: White Mountain Apache Tribe restores forest land
The USDA is helping the White Mountain Apache Tribe recover from the 2002 Rodeo-Chediski Fire.
Bad River Band loses bid to block exploratory work for mine Bad River Band loses bid to block exploratory work for mine
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources won't stop exploratory drilling work at a controversial mine site near the reservation of the Bad River Band.
Cal State San Bernardino to offer Serrano  languages classes Cal State San Bernardino to offer Serrano languages classes
Cal State San Bernardino will offer classes in Serrano, the language of the an Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Theft trial for Robinson Rancheria chairwoman delayed again Theft trial for Robinson Rancheria chairwoman delayed again
The theft trial of Tracey I. Avila, the chairwoman of the Robinson Rancheria Pomo Indians of California, has been delayed yet again.
Column: Winnebago woman was one of first Indian film stars Column: Winnebago woman was one of first Indian film stars
Lillian St. Cyr, a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, was a film star who Carlisle Indian School.
Investigation in death of 3-year-old girl at Spirit Lake Nation Investigation in death of 3-year-old girl at Spirit Lake Nation
The FBI and the BIA are investigating the death of a three-year-old boy on the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota.
Native Sun News: Statement from Oglala Sioux Tribe president Native Sun News: Statement from Oglala Sioux Tribe president
Bryan Brewer, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, issued a statement exclusively to the Native Sun News following his arrest in Nebraska.
OPB: Water rights of Klamath Tribes   date to time immemorial OPB: Water rights of Klamath Tribes date to time immemorial
Oregon Public Broadcasting explains the water rights of the Klamath Tribes.
Opinion: Tribal rights protected with Klamath Basin agreement Opinion: Tribal rights protected with Klamath Basin agreement
Molli Jane White and Frankie Joe Myers discuss tribal water rights and the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement:
DOI   gives update on land consolidation program under Cobell DOI gives update on land consolidation program under Cobell
The Interior Department will be giving an update on the land consolidation portion of the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
Fronteras: Second payment from Cobell settlement due in   fall Fronteras: Second payment from Cobell settlement due in fall
Indian beneficiaries in Arizona, New Mexico, California and Texas are due to receive another $312 million from the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
Agreement protects important site in Powhatan  Tribe  history Agreement protects important site in Powhatan Tribe history
An agreement will be announced on Friday that will protect Werowocomoco, the historic home of Chief Powhatan.
Editorial: Supreme Court makes right call on Arizona vote law Editorial: Supreme Court makes right call on Arizona vote law
Washington Post says Supreme Court made the right call in Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona.
Native Sun News: Stone Boy Women's Society offers guidance Native Sun News: Stone Boy Women's Society offers guidance
For women who are seeking healing through traditional ways, the Stone Boy Women’s Society offers women and children the spiritual guidance they need to regain balance in their lives and homes.

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