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WPR: Ho-Chunk Nation shares culture with    students   from China WPR: Ho-Chunk Nation shares culture with students from China
Wisconsin Public Radio reports on a cultural exchange between students from the Ho-Chunk Nation and China.
SDPR: Newest   park in South Dakota preserves historic tribal site SDPR: Newest park in South Dakota preserves historic tribal site
South Dakota Public Radio visits the new Good Earth State Park at Blood Run.
MSU News:  Mississippi Choctaws  push healthy eating for youth MSU News: Mississippi Choctaws push healthy eating for youth
A partnership with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians promotes healthy eating for youth.
KRBD: Ketchikan Indian Community  recall group weighs options KRBD: Ketchikan Indian Community recall group weighs options
Recall committee weighs options against leaders of Ketchikan Indian Community in Alaska.
Editorial: Red Lake Nation  expands opportunity at tribal colleg Editorial: Red Lake Nation expands opportunity at tribal colleg
Newspaper welcomes new government center and tribal college for the Red Lake Nation in Minnesota.
Larry Olinger: Agua Caliente Band tried to resolve water issues Larry Olinger: Agua Caliente Band tried to resolve water issues
Larry N. Olinger, the vice chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in California, says tribe tried to resolve water issues before going to court.
Witnesses for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills Witnesses for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds a legislative hearing tomorrow on three bills.
Chippewa Cree Tribe  holds special election to fill chairman's job Chippewa Cree Tribe holds special election to fill chairman's job
Voters of the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana are electing a new chairman today.
9th Circuit sides with Chehalis Tribe  in county taxation dispute 9th Circuit sides with Chehalis Tribe in county taxation dispute
The Chehalis Tribe of Washington has won a taxation dispute that went before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Dave Palermo: BIA aiming to reform federal recognition process Dave Palermo: BIA aiming to reform federal recognition process
Dave Palermo reports on efforts by the Bureau of Indian Affairs to reform the federal recognition process.
White Mountain Apache Tribe in DC for water rights agreement White Mountain Apache Tribe in DC for water rights agreement
The White Mountain Apache Tribe of Arizona is in Washington, D.C., to sign a water rights agreement at the Interior Department.
Pope Francis calls for protection of environment on trip to Brazil Pope Francis calls for protection of environment on trip to Brazil
Pope Francis called on Catholics to respect the Amazon rainforest during a visit to Brazil over the weekend.
Inspector in Mexico fired after confronting Indian boy on street Inspector in Mexico fired after confronting Indian boy on street
An inspector in Mexico was fired after video showed him confronting a 10-year-old Indian boy on the street.
President Obama questions job benefits in Keystone XL Pipeline President Obama questions job benefits in Keystone XL Pipeline
In an interview with The New York Times, President Barack Obama questioned whether the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline will create as many jobs as supporters claim.
Senate confirms FBI director  and plans vote   on NLRB nominees Senate confirms FBI director and plans vote on NLRB nominees
The Senate voted 93-1 on Monday to confirm James Comey as the new director of the FBI.
Chad Smith: No cronyism during my tenure at Cherokee Nation Chad Smith: No cronyism during my tenure at Cherokee Nation
Chad Smith, a former chief of the Cherokee Nation, disputes claims of tribal corruption during his administration:
Gyasi Ross: The Native response to the Trayvon Martin tragedy Gyasi Ross: The Native response to the Trayvon Martin tragedy
Gyasi Ross wonders why there hasn't been a bigger Native response to the Trayvon Martin tragedy.
Lens Blog:  First Nations threatened by tar sands development Lens Blog: First Nations threatened by tar sands development
The Lens blog of The New York Times interviews photographer Ian Willms about his work on the effects of tar sands development on First Nations in Alberta.
Letter: Expanding access to dental health care on reservations Letter: Expanding access to dental health care on reservations
Sterling Speirn, the president of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, supports dental care therapists in Indian Country.
Native Sun News:  Student honored for suicide prevention work Native Sun News: Student honored for suicide prevention work
A member of the Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribe has been honored with an award that acknowledges his commitment to preventing suicide among Native American communities and his efforts at cultural preservation.

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