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Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation mourns death of Clinton Pattea Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation mourns death of Clinton Pattea
The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation of Arizona continues to the mourn the death of its longtime leader Clinton Pattea.
Probe  into woman's death on Northern Cheyenne Reservation Probe into woman's death on Northern Cheyenne Reservation
Federal authorities are investigating the death of a woman on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana.
Crow   leader   testifies about coal development on reservation Crow leader testifies about coal development on reservation
Darrin Old Coyote, the chairman of the Crow Tribe of Montana, testified before the House Natural Resources Committee on Tuesday afternoon.
Letter: Non-Indian opposition to water compact was justified Letter: Non-Indian opposition to water compact was justified
Letter writer says non-Indian opposition to a water rights compact for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes was justified.
Two tribal  members named to Census Bureau advisory panel Two tribal members named to Census Bureau advisory panel
Two tribal members have been named to the National Advisory Committee on Racial, Ethnic and Other Populations for the U.S. Census Bureau.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe still hopeful for land claim settlement St. Regis Mohawk Tribe still hopeful for land claim settlement
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe said it has engaged in positive land claim settlements talks with state and local governments in New York.
Hopi Tribe sues Navajo Nation over  access to gathering sites Hopi Tribe sues Navajo Nation over access to gathering sites
The Hopi Tribe has sued the Navajo Nation over access to gathering sites for baby eagles.
Daily Mail: Navajo Nation 'thrives'  in the land of  its ancestors Daily Mail: Navajo Nation 'thrives' in the land of its ancestors
The Daily Mail visits Arizona and finds that the Navajo Nation continues to thrive in the land of its ancestors.
PRI: Alaska Natives worried about proposed mine   near village PRI: Alaska Natives worried about proposed mine near village
Public Radio International reports on Alaska Native concerns about a proposed mine near Hydaburg.
BBC Magazine: Tribes in Virginia   recognized by UK but not US BBC Magazine: Tribes in Virginia recognized by UK but not US
BBC Magazine explores why Virginia tribes are recognized by the United Kingdom through treaty but not by the United States.
Yavapai-Apache Nation donates $19K to firefighters' families Yavapai-Apache Nation donates $19K to firefighters' families
The Yavapai-Apache Nation of Arizona donated $19,000 to the families of 19 firefighters who died on the job.
Oglala Sioux Tribe weighs legal sales of alcohol on reservation Oglala Sioux Tribe weighs legal sales of alcohol on reservation
The Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota will be holding a referendum to legalize alcohol on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Oklahoma Indian Legal Services offers Cobell settlement help Oklahoma Indian Legal Services offers Cobell settlement help
The Oklahoma Indian Legal Services will be hosting clinics in connection with the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing for DC Circuit pick Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing for DC Circuit pick
The Senate Judiciary Committee holds a confirmation hearing this morning for Patricia Ann Millett for a seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Johnny Rustywire: Wild horse roundup on the Ute Reservation Johnny Rustywire: Wild horse roundup on the Ute Reservation
Johnny Rustywire recounts a wild horse roundup on the home of the Ute Tribe of Utah
Mary Pember: Tribal activists find armed guards at mining site Mary Pember: Tribal activists find armed guards at mining site
Mary Annette Pember reports on tribal opposition to a huge mine in northern Wisconsin.
Beatrice Vanderhoop Gentry, oldest Aquinnah member, passes Beatrice Vanderhoop Gentry, oldest Aquinnah member, passes
Beatrice Vanderhoop Gentry, the oldest member of the Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts, died on Sunday.
Review: 'Lone Ranger' makes fun of  Indian, Christian religions Review: 'Lone Ranger' makes fun of Indian, Christian religions
A reviewer takes on The Lone Ranger from a religious perspective.
New York Mets watered down Native American heritage   event New York Mets watered down Native American heritage event
The American Indian Community House pulled out of a Native American Heritage Day event after the New York Mets refused to allow the group to make public service announcements or perform pre-game activities.
Native Sun News:   Assiniboine Sioux man stars in 'Fight Master' Native Sun News: Assiniboine Sioux man stars in 'Fight Master'
While he may be a star of the inaugural season of the Bellator MMA reality show Fight Master, Tim Welch will never forget where he comes from.

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