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Coeur d'Alene Tribe  to erect teepee at historic gathering place Coeur d'Alene Tribe to erect teepee at historic gathering place
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho will be erecting a 20-foot tall teepee at a historic village by Lake Coeur d'Alene.
Oklahoma tribes continue talks to settle water rights lawsuit Oklahoma tribes continue talks to settle water rights lawsuit
The Choctaw Nation and the Chickasaw Nation continue talks to settle a water rights lawsuit against the state of Oklahoma.
Tribal members seek to dissolve Oneida Nation  business entity Tribal members seek to dissolve Oneida Nation business entity
Members of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin have filed a petition seeking to dissolve the tribe's economic development entity.
Highway on Navajo Nation closed for repairs after heavy rains Highway on Navajo Nation closed for repairs after heavy rains
Heavy rains have forced the closure of a highway that runs through the Navajo Nation.
Agencies seek dismissal of Agua Caliente Band water lawsuit Agencies seek dismissal of Agua Caliente Band water lawsuit
The Coachella Valley Water District and the Desert Water Agency are asking a federal judge to dismiss a water rights lawsuit filed by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
Interview with Matthew Fletcher on being cited in ICWA ruling Interview with Matthew Fletcher on being cited in ICWA ruling
PrawsfBlawg interviews professor Matthew Fletcher of Turtle Talk about being cited by Justice Clarence Thomas in the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl.
Aura Bogado: Designer behind 'Lone Ranger' items isn't Indian Aura Bogado: Designer behind 'Lone Ranger' items isn't Indian
Aura Bogado discovers that Gabriel Good Buffalo, the man behind a fashion collaboration for The Lone Ranger, isn't Indian.
Big Pine Paiute Tribe uses grant to start garden and seed bank Big Pine Paiute Tribe uses grant to start garden and seed bank
The Big Pine Paiute Tribe of California has received a $37,500 grant to start a garden and a seed bank.
Cocopah Tribe fires  an officer who allegedly sold ammo online Cocopah Tribe fires an officer who allegedly sold ammo online
The Cocopah Tribe fired a police officer who allegedly sold department-issued ammunition on the Internet.
Bryan Brewer: IRS singling out tribal governments for scrutiny Bryan Brewer: IRS singling out tribal governments for scrutiny
Bryan Brewer, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, says the IRS is unfairly targeting tribal governments.
Judge dismisses most of St. Regis Mohawk Tribe's land claims Judge dismisses most of St. Regis Mohawk Tribe's land claims
A federal judge has dismissed most of the land claims of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe of New York.
Cherokee Nation family looks to adopt girl at center of dispute Cherokee Nation family looks to adopt girl at center of dispute
Dusten Brown, the Cherokee Nation father whose Indian Child Welfare Act case went to the Supreme Court, is seeking to adopt his biological daughter.
Crow chairman to testify at energy hearing after pipeline spill Crow chairman to testify at energy hearing after pipeline spill
Darrin Old Coyote, the chairman of the Crow Tribe, will testify about energy production at a hearing before the House Natural Resources Committee this afternoon.
Kevin Abourezk: Oglala leader walks out of Whiteclay meeting Kevin Abourezk: Oglala leader walks out of Whiteclay meeting
Kevin Abourezk reports on a very short meeting between Oglala Sioux Tribe President Bryan Brewer and Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman (R).
In The Loop: Keith Harper's generosity rewarded with top post In The Loop: Keith Harper's generosity rewarded with top post
Al Kamen of In The Loop calls attorney Keith Harper, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, a 'generous' donor.
Native Sun News:  Oglala Sioux student competing for big title Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux student competing for big title
Charlie Nicole Cuny, 19, an Oglala Sioux Tribal member and a 2012 graduate of Red Cloud High School is running for the title of Miss Native American USA.
Native Sun News:  Indian students seek education in the world Native Sun News: Indian students seek education in the world
Some students dream about leaving the Reservation to attend a college that will give them new experiences. Others take it a step farther and wish to travel to an entirely different continent to search out those experiences.

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