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Fronteras:  Navajo Nation set to take over  detoxification  center Fronteras: Navajo Nation set to take over detoxification center
Fronteras reports on the Navajo Nation takeover of a detox center in Gallup, New Mexico.
Fronteras: Hopi Tribe shining a spotlight on  domestic violence Fronteras: Hopi Tribe shining a spotlight on domestic violence
Fronteras reports on efforts by the Hopi Tribe of Arizona to address domestic violence.
Leader of Lumbee Tribe explains property buy amid criticism Leader of Lumbee Tribe explains property buy amid criticism
Chairman Paul Brooks of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina explained why he purchased a housing lot, an acquisition that that has generated controversy.
Spokane  man sentenced to seven years for assault on woman Spokane man sentenced to seven years for assault on woman
Chet Arlie Moses, a 28-year-old member of the Spokane Tribe of Washington, was sentenced to seven years in federal prison for assaulting a woman.
Law for tax breaks near Fort Mojave Reservation ruled illegal Law for tax breaks near Fort Mojave Reservation ruled illegal
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne issued a legal opinion that said a state law that provided tax breaks for landowners near the Fort Mojave Reservation is illegal.
Column: Blackfeet Nation goes quiet on controversial matters Column: Blackfeet Nation goes quiet on controversial matters
Columnist discusses the wall of silence from official leaders of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana.
Editorial: Tribes and state come  together to preserve history Editorial: Tribes and state come together to preserve history
Newspaper praises tribal and state collaboration on the new Good Earth State Park at Blood Run:
USDA Blog:  Karuk man serves tribal communities in California USDA Blog: Karuk man serves tribal communities in California
Bob Goodwin, a member of the Karuk Tribe, serves as tribal relations advisor for the U.S. Forest Service in California.
Premiers  back  inquiry on missing and murdered Native women Premiers back inquiry on missing and murdered Native women
The top leaders of Canada's provinces and territories are supporting a national inquiry into missing and murdered Native women.
Journal focuses on history of 400-year-old Two Row Wampum  Journal focuses on history of 400-year-old Two Row Wampum
A special issue of the Journal of Early American History includes a series of articles about the Two Row Wampum Belt, which represents a 400-year-old treaty between the Iroquois and the Dutch.
Stockbridge-Munsee Community can't sue for New York lands Stockbridge-Munsee Community can't sue for New York lands
A federal judge said the Stockbridge-Munsee Community of Wisconsin waited too long to sue for its ancestral lands in New York.
Apology sought for Twitter post about Tohono O'odham leader Apology sought for Twitter post about Tohono O'odham leader
Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Arizona) is demanding an apology from a Washington, D.C., attorney for a Twitter post about Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris Jr.
Tribal organizations to move forward with Baby Veronica  suit Tribal organizations to move forward with Baby Veronica suit
Three major tribal organizations will move forward with a civil rights lawsuit after the South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday paved the way for the adoption of a Cherokee Nation girl by a non-Indian couple.
Oneida Nation thanks ex-players for comments on 'Redskins' Oneida Nation thanks ex-players for comments on 'Redskins'
The Oneida Nation of New York welcomed statements by two former Washington Redskins players who said the team should consider whether its continued use of the name is appropriate.
Jacqueline Keeler: Trayvon Martin case too familiar to Indians Jacqueline Keeler: Trayvon Martin case too familiar to Indians
Jacqueline Keeler reflects on race, racism and racial perceptions that affect Indian people
South Carolina court won't reconsider Baby Veronica decision South Carolina court won't reconsider Baby Veronica decision
The South Carolina Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to reconsider its decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, paving the way for a Cherokee Nation to be adopted by a non-Indian couple.
Former     Mashantucket Tribe leader convicted of theft charges Former Mashantucket Tribe leader convicted of theft charges
Michael Thomas, the former chairman of theMashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, was convicted of theft charges on Wednesday.
Native Sun News: Indian man faces trial in manslaughter case Native Sun News: Indian man faces trial in manslaughter case
On Jan 7, 2013 in the parking lot of the Dakota Rose Hotel in central Rapid City, Charles Birds Head (30) was in the possession of a shotgun that killed Eustacio Marrufo (33) with a blast to the chest during a struggle between the two and an additional Native American male.

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