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Kickapoo man sentenced to 90 months on child abuse charge Kickapoo man sentenced to 90 months on child abuse charge
Justin Ellis, a member of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma, was sentenced to 90 months in federal prison for a child abuse incident.
IHS approves service areas for three newly recognized tribes IHS approves service areas for three newly recognized tribes
The Indian Health Service has approved service areas for three recently recognized tribes.
County   challenges Chumash Tribe's land consolidation plan County challenges Chumash Tribe's land consolidation plan
The board of supervisors in Santa Barbara County, California, voted 4-1 to appeal a land consolidation plan for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians.
Column: Agua Caliente Band revives plans for new museum Column: Agua Caliente Band revives plans for new museum
The Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, owned by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, has big plans for a new facility.
UA News: Online course aimed at boosting tribal economies UA News: Online course aimed at boosting tribal economies
The University of Arizona's Native Nations Institute is launching a new online course.
BIA delays decision on Pamunkey Tribe recognition petition BIA delays decision on Pamunkey Tribe recognition petition
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has delayed a decision on federal recognition for the Pamunkey Tribe.
Tribal online lenders off to court in lawsuit against New York Tribal online lenders off to court in lawsuit against New York
The Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Oklahoma and the e Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians of Michigan are in federal court today to defend their online lending businesses
Mississippi Choctaws moves quickly for  $55M health facility Mississippi Choctaws moves quickly for $55M health facility
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians broke ground on a $55 million health facility on Monday.
Yakama  Nation struggling to deal with wild horse population Yakama Nation struggling to deal with wild horse population
The Yakama Nation of Washington is struggling to manage wild horse herds on the reservation.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe banishes non-Indian for domestic crime Rosebud Sioux Tribe banishes non-Indian for domestic crime
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has banished a non-Indian man for a domestic violence incident.
OPB: Grand Ronde Tribes share history lessons with students OPB: Grand Ronde Tribes share history lessons with students
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in Oregon have developed history lessons that will be taught at a local public school.
Jeromy Sullivan: Tribe honors tradition at salmon ceremony Jeromy Sullivan: Tribe honors tradition at salmon ceremony
Jeromy Sullivan, the chairman of the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe of Washington, reflects on the Return of the Salmon ceremony.
South Dakota court rejects second appeal in Aquash murder South Dakota court rejects second appeal in Aquash murder
The South Dakota Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal filed by the man who was convicted for the 1975 murder of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash.
Oneida Nation council member backs protest against R-word Oneida Nation council member backs protest against R-word
An Oneida Nation leader is supporting an upcoming protest against Indian mascots even though the tribe isn't officially backing the event.
UN official urges consideration of culture in adoption dispute UN official urges consideration of culture in adoption dispute
James Anaya, the United Nations special rapporteur on indigenous rights, is weighing in on an adoption dispute involving a young member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
Margo Hill: A little wisdom  from Mel Tonasket, Colville leader Margo Hill: A little wisdom from Mel Tonasket, Colville leader
Margo Hill shares some wisdom from Mel Tonasket, a former chairman of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Washington and a former president of the National Congress of American Indians.
Editorial: Film  provides true  look into reservation community Editorial: Film provides true look into reservation community
Indian country is for the most part the most misrepresented and underrepresented faction of the American populace.
Native Sun News:  Native athletes rise to challenge in college Native Sun News: Native athletes rise to challenge in college
Every year as students travel off into the big bad unknown, also called college, there are the select few who will be doing a little extra to go along with the classes, studying and late night Wal-Mart trips.

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