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BLM delays ruling on closing sacred Sho-Ban site to climbers BLM delays ruling on closing sacred Sho-Ban site to climbers
The Bureau of Land Management has delayed a decision on closing a sacred site to climbers.
Tribal appeals court rules against fired Sauk-Suiattle  workers Tribal appeals court rules against fired Sauk-Suiattle workers
A lawsuit that accused the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe of Washington of discriminating against non-Indians has been dismissed due to sovereign immunity.
Chukchansi Tribe requests zoning change for housing project Chukchansi Tribe requests zoning change for housing project
The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in California needs a zoning change for a housing development.
Editorial: Indian Country loses big leader in Gordon Belcourt Editorial: Indian Country loses big leader in Gordon Belcourt
Newspaper mourns the passing of Gordon Belcourt, the longtime executive director of the Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council:
Richard Gomez: Chumash Tribe battling epidemic of diabetes Richard Gomez: Chumash Tribe battling epidemic of diabetes
Richard Gomez, the vice chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, discusses the tribe's war on diabetes.
Blackfeet Nation chair defends arrest over Facebook posting Blackfeet Nation chair defends arrest over Facebook posting
Blackfeet Nation Chairman Willie Sharp Jr. defended the arrest of a tribal member over posting made on Facebook.
Crow Tribe  locates  employee who had been target of search Crow Tribe locates employee who had been target of search
The Crow Tribe of Montana called off a search for a wildlife ranger after the man was located on the reservation on Wednesday.
Appeals court bars Roger Yankton as Spirit Lake Nation chair Appeals court bars Roger Yankton as Spirit Lake Nation chair
Roger Yankton was sworn in as chairman of the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota on Wednesday but a ruling from a tribal court of appeals blocked him from office.
Steven Newcomb: America treating its own  people as threats Steven Newcomb: America treating its own people as threats
Steven Newcomb discusses domestic surveillance and domination in the United States.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne leader ousted from post Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne leader ousted from post
After serving only eight months of a four-year term, John J. Robinson was removed as president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

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