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Nez Perce Tribe in  court to block second   megaload shipment Nez Perce Tribe in court to block second megaload shipment
The Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho went to court on Monday to try and stop a second megaload shipment from coming through the reservation.
Cowlitz Tribe announces opposition to coal terminal project Cowlitz Tribe announces opposition to coal terminal project
The Cowlitz Tribe is joining opposition to a coal terminal in Washington.
Agua Caliente Band waiting for next step in water rights suit Agua Caliente Band waiting for next step in water rights suit
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in California is awaiting the next step in its water rights lawsuit.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting,  hearing Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting, hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee is holding a business meeting and hearing this afternoon.
Firm tied  to Western Sky   barred from business in Minnesota Firm tied to Western Sky barred from business in Minnesota
A judge in Minnesota has barred a firm linked to Western Sky Financial from doing business in the state.
Leander   McDonald to take over as chair of Spirit Lake Nation Leander McDonald to take over as chair of Spirit Lake Nation
Leander McDonald said he will take over as chairman of the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota this week.
Two employees fired from Famous Dave's after  powwow post Two employees fired from Famous Dave's after powwow post
Two employees were fired from a Famous Dave's franchise in North Dakota for posting a complaint about Indian customers on Facebook.
Narragansett  Tribe wins decision in suit from former attorney Narragansett Tribe wins decision in suit from former attorney
The Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island has won a decision in a lawsuit that was filed by a former attorney.
Coeur d'Alene Tribe battles disposal of waste   on reservation Coeur d'Alene Tribe battles disposal of waste on reservation
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho is battling two non-Indian entities over the disposal of sewage on the reservation.
Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation seeks return of lake land Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation seeks return of lake land
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in North Dakota is once again seeking the return of 36,000 acres around Lake Sakakawea.
Ute Mountain Ute sets election for chair and  council members Ute Mountain Ute sets election for chair and council members
The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe of Colorado has scheduled an October 11 election.
Tribal members in Wisconsin to protest R-word at next game Tribal members in Wisconsin to protest R-word at next game
Tribal members in Wisconsin will be calling for an end to Indian mascots at a Green Bay Packers game this Sunday.
History: R-word took on negative connotations in late 1800s History: R-word took on negative connotations in late 1800s
NPR looks at the history of the word 'redskin' and how it took on negative connotations in the late 1800s.
County against San Pasqual Band land-into-trust application County against San Pasqual Band land-into-trust application
Officials in San Diego, County, are opposing a land-into-trust application submitted by the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians in California.
Sherman Alexie: How to write  a great American Indian novel Sherman Alexie: How to write a great American Indian novel
Author / poet / comedian / world's #1 basketball fan Sherman Alexie shares a poem about the Great American Indian novel.
Jay Daniels: A red line against assaults on tribal sovereignty Jay Daniels: A red line against assaults on tribal sovereignty
Jay Daniels reflects on two controversies that affect tribal rights and tribal sovereignty.
Gyasi Ross: Oglala Sioux Tribe makes hard decision on liquor Gyasi Ross: Oglala Sioux Tribe makes hard decision on liquor
Gyasi Ross on a recent vote by members of Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota to legalize alcohol sales on the reservation.
Editorial: Take pride in  Native American Day in South Dakota Editorial: Take pride in Native American Day in South Dakota
South Dakota’s citizens have never really taken pride in the fact that they are residents of a state that is the only one of the 50 that has a state holiday named Native American Day.
Native Sun News:  Cheyenne youth  reconnect with Bear Butte Native Sun News: Cheyenne youth reconnect with Bear Butte
Recently, a group of thirty Cheyenne children were brought from Lame Deer, Montana to Bear Butte and taught lessons of history, prayer, and sacrifice.

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