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University working to repair relationship with Fond du Lac Band University working to repair relationship with Fond du Lac Band
The University of Minnesota is trying to repair its relationship with the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.
Column: Clatsop  Tribe forgotten despite helping Lewis and Clark Column: Clatsop Tribe forgotten despite helping Lewis and Clark
Writer says explorers Lewis and Clark owe a lot to the Clatsop Tribe, whose descendants lack federal recognition.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe to start language immersion school Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe to start language immersion school
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts plans to open a language immersion school in 2015.
Mescalero Apache Nation elects Danny Breuninger  as president Mescalero Apache Nation elects Danny Breuninger as president
The Mescalero Apache Nation of New Mexico elected Danny Breuninger Sr. as president.
Editorial: Cocopah Tribe makes right decision to fire  police chief Editorial: Cocopah Tribe makes right decision to fire police chief
Newspaper says Cocopah Tribe of Arizona was right to fire its police chief, who was involved in a fatal shooting incident.
Fronteras: Company postpones   uranium mine by Grand Canyon Fronteras: Company postpones uranium mine by Grand Canyon
A uranium mine opposed by the Havasupai Tribe of Arizona is being delayed.
Voters of Hopi Tribe narrow field for chairman and vice chairman Voters of Hopi Tribe narrow field for chairman and vice chairman
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona held a primary election on Wednesday.
Muckleshoot Tribe acquires 96K acres of forestland for $312.8M Muckleshoot Tribe acquires 96K acres of forestland for $312.8M
The Muckleshoot Tribe of Washington acquired 96,307 acres of forestland for $312.8 million.
Poarch Band of Creek Indians hosted owner of   Washington team Poarch Band of Creek Indians hosted owner of Washington team
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians met with the owner of the Washington professional football team but they didn't discuss the team's racist mascot, a tribal official said.
Jezebel:   Native people brought 'Sexy Color' to first Thanksgiving Jezebel: Native people brought 'Sexy Color' to first Thanksgiving
Jezebel brings word of a tasteless Thanksgiving promotion at a chain of tanning salons.
Rep. McCollum   joins AIM protest at Washington-Minnesota game Rep. McCollum joins AIM protest at Washington-Minnesota game
Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minnesota) will be joining the American Indian Movement today in a protest at the Washington-Minnesota football game.
Column: Doubting Indian heritage claims    of   famed football coach Column: Doubting Indian heritage claims of famed football coach
Writer discusses the questionable Indian heritage claims of William Henry Dietz and how they have been used by the Washington professional football team.
Spirit Lake Nation woman sentenced to 30 years for    child's death Spirit Lake Nation woman sentenced to 30 years for child's death
A woman from the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison in connection with the death of a two-year-old girl.
Elrae Potts: Unfair tax system places burden on Indian Country Elrae Potts: Unfair tax system places burden on Indian Country
As a long-time advocate for children in the Native American communities, I can confidently report that Indian child services are not the place to look for budgetary fat.
Robyn Sunday-Allen: American Indians and   Affordable Care Act Robyn Sunday-Allen: American Indians and Affordable Care Act
With open enrollment now started, Oklahomans can enroll in the Affordable Care Act’s Marketplace to shop for an insurance plan that fits their health needs and budget, as required by the mandate that goes into effect in 2014.
Mark Trahant: Obamacare brings new funds to Indian Country Mark Trahant: Obamacare brings new funds to Indian Country
There has been much controversy about the Affordable Care Act, what some call Obamacare. The politics are beyond intense.
Native Sun News: Second Cobell check  expected by Christmas Native Sun News: Second Cobell check expected by Christmas
The second round of Cobell settlement checks are expected to be distributed by the end of the year according to the informational website www.Indiantrust.com.
Native Sun News: Former South Dakota senator considers run Native Sun News: Former South Dakota senator considers run
Former Senator Larry Pressler (R-SD) is considering running for the United States Senate as an Independent.
David Wilkins: Disenrollment case devalues tribal sovereignty David Wilkins: Disenrollment case devalues tribal sovereignty
David Wilkins comments on the disenrollments within the Nooksack Tribe of Washington.

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