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Colville Tribes hail  opening for  $50M Columbia River hatchery Colville Tribes hail opening for $50M Columbia River hatchery
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Washington opened the $50 million Chief Joseph Hatchery last month.
Kickapoo Tribe dedicates running park in honor of Billy Mills Kickapoo Tribe dedicates running park in honor of Billy Mills
The Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas welcomed Olympian Billy Mills to the reservation on Monday to dedicate a cross country park in his honor.
Haliwa-Saponi Tribe denied property  tax exemption for school Haliwa-Saponi Tribe denied property tax exemption for school
The Halifax-Saponi Tribe of South Carolina was denied a property tax exemption due to its lack of federal recognition.
Oregon governor set to veto bill with Indian mascot exception Oregon governor set to veto bill with Indian mascot exception
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber (D) is expected to veto a bill that allows public schools to keep their Indian mascots as long as a tribe supports it.
Kiowa Tribe fights to protect sacred site from development Kiowa Tribe fights to protect sacred site from development
The Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma is opposing plans to turn a sacred mountain into a gravel mine.
Montana creates program to help tribes with language efforts Montana creates program to help tribes with language efforts
Tribes will be able to tap into $2 million in funding as part of the new Montana Indian Language Preservation pilot program.
Losing candidate takes Cherokee Freedmen dispute to court Losing candidate takes Cherokee Freedmen dispute to court
A Cherokee Nation Tribal Council candidate who lost his race filed a challenge in tribal court over the rights of the Freedmen.
Osage Nation sends fire fighter to Arizona following tragedy Osage Nation sends fire fighter to Arizona following tragedy
The Osage Nation of Oklahoma is sending one of its firefighters to Arizona after tragedy struck a crew there.
NPR: Johnny Depp looking to 'right the wrongs' in Tonto role NPR: Johnny Depp looking to 'right the wrongs' in Tonto role
Actor Johnny Depp explains why he played Tonto in the film version of The Lone Ranger.
Spirit Lake Nation chooses Russ McDonald as new chairman Spirit Lake Nation chooses Russ McDonald as new chairman
Voters of the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota elected Leander "Russ" McDonald as chairman after removing Roger Yankton from the post.
Jeromy Sullivan: Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe  to host canoes Jeromy Sullivan: Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe to host canoes
Jeromy Sullivan, the chairman of the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe of Washington, welcomes the annual Canoe Journey.
Aura Bogado: Supreme Court  brings up blood in ICWA ruling Aura Bogado: Supreme Court brings up blood in ICWA ruling
Aura Bogado discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case.
Seneca Nation business wins appeal  for PACT Act injunction Seneca Nation business wins appeal for PACT Act injunction
A Seneca Nation business owner won't have to comply with tax provisions of the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act after the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in his favor.
Michigan court won't apply ICWA to non-recognized Indians Michigan court won't apply ICWA to non-recognized Indians
The Indian Child Welfare Act does not apply to non-federally recognized Indians, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled last month.
Authorities bust 22 in drug ring on North Dakota reservation Authorities bust 22 in drug ring on North Dakota reservation
Federal authorities announced charges against 22 people for distributing drugs on the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
Mary Pember: Johnny Depp taps into his inner Tonto in video Mary Pember: Johnny Depp taps into his inner Tonto in video
Mary Annette Pember says Johnny Depp seems to be taking his Tonto role in The Lone Ranger a little too far.
Winona LaDuke: The militarization of fossil fuels development Winona LaDuke: The militarization of fossil fuels development
Winona LaDuke discusses militarization of fossil fuels development.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River youth launch garden project Native Sun News: Cheyenne River youth launch garden project
The Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte is launching their garden-centric youth programming for children and teens.

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