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Blog: No tomahawks in Native collaboration with Paul Frank Blog: No tomahawks in Native collaboration with Paul Frank
Jezebel covers the collaboration between four Native designers and fashion company Paul Frank.
Editorial: A welcome visit to Alaska from Interior Secretary Editorial: A welcome visit to Alaska from Interior Secretary
Newspaper welcomes Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to Alaska.
Navajo Nation concerned about closure of coal power plant Navajo Nation concerned about closure of coal power plant
Leaders of the Navajo Nation are worried that a coal-fired power plant on the New Mexico portion of the reservation might close.
South Dakota board weighs new  names   for  'Squaw Creek' South Dakota board weighs new names for 'Squaw Creek'
The South Dakota Board of Geographic Names is considering new names for Squaw Creek in Moody County.
South Carolina officers in Oklahoma for Indian   custody case South Carolina officers in Oklahoma for Indian custody case
Three law enforcement agents from South Carolina went to Oklahoma today in connection with an Indian child custody case.
Theresa Spence  wins   Attawapiskat First Nation re-election Theresa Spence wins Attawapiskat First Nation re-election
Chief Theresa Spence of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario won her re-election bid.
Grand Ronde Tribes sign up as investor in 'green' business Grand Ronde Tribes sign up as investor in 'green' business
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in Oregon have invested in a 'green' technology business.
Spirit Lake Nation fields complaints about change  to water Spirit Lake Nation fields complaints about change to water
The Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota says the drinking water on the reservation is safe despite complaints from some residents.
Open Mike: Yakama Nation deal a step toward  sovereignty Open Mike: Yakama Nation deal a step toward sovereignty
Newspaper examines agreement between the Yakama Nation of Washington and the Department of Justice that addresses law enforcement issues.
Charges for death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director Charges for death of Ponca Tribe domestic violence director
Two people have been charged in connection with the death of Janett Reyna, who was the domestic violence services director for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma.
WPR: Tribal law included in mining symposium in Wisconsin WPR: Tribal law included in mining symposium in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio reports on conference that focused on law and mining in Wisconsin.
KLCC: Warm Springs Tribes look for ways to grow  economy KLCC: Warm Springs Tribes look for ways to grow economy
Officials with the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon are looking for ways to improve the economy.
Blog: State actions take toll on Indian payday loan industry Blog: State actions take toll on Indian payday loan industry
States are raising the stakes in the battle against the online loan industry.
Mary Pember: Native women blast Keystone XL man camps Mary Pember: Native women blast Keystone XL man camps
Native women say no to man-camps in connection with the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
MPR: Tribes ready for  'devastating' cuts with  sequestration MPR: Tribes ready for 'devastating' cuts with sequestration
Tribes across the country face another round of cuts with the sequestration of the federal budget.
Chase Iron Eyes: An unbelievable act of racism in Rapid City Chase Iron Eyes: An unbelievable act of racism in Rapid City
Chase Iron Eyes can't believe what he saw at a rodeo in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe expands  Boys & Girls Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe expands Boys & Girls
Days before the annual Rosebud Fair and Rodeo, a new addition to the Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud was completed.
Steve Russell: Indian Country could learn lessons from MLK Steve Russell: Indian Country could learn lessons from MLK
Steve Russell wonders whether tribes resolve internal conflicts and pursue their dreams.
Jay Daniels: Concerns about Cobell land consolidation plans Jay Daniels: Concerns about Cobell land consolidation plans
Jay Daniels continues to express concerns about the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.

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