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Magazine: Seeking health care with hope in Indian Country Magazine: Seeking health care with hope in Indian Country
The fall 2013 edition of Stanford Medicine magazine runs a feature on the Indian Health Service.
Interior Secretary Jewell to talk education at Laguna Pueblo Interior Secretary Jewell to talk education at Laguna Pueblo
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will visit Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico tomorrow to discuss Indian education issues.
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to fight ruling in jurisdiction case Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to fight ruling in jurisdiction case
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Idaho will ask the full 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a jurisdiction case.
EPA approves treatment as state status for Wyoming tribes EPA approves treatment as state status for Wyoming tribes
The Environmental Protection Agency has approved treatment as state status for the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe.
Ute Tribe sues county over arrest within reservation border Ute Tribe sues county over arrest within reservation border
The Ute Tribe filed a lawsuit against against authorities in Utah over a traffic stop on the reservation.
North Dakota tribe sees $315M in energy taxation revenue North Dakota tribe sees $315M in energy taxation revenue
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in North Dakota has seen $313.5 million in energy tax revenues since 2008.
Witness lists for Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearings Witness lists for Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearings
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will hold two hearings tomorrow.
Oglala Sioux Tribe enters agreement for land consolidation Oglala Sioux Tribe enters agreement for land consolidation
The Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has signed the first agreement with the Interior Department as part of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
South Dakota school won't allow honor song for graduation South Dakota school won't allow honor song for graduation
The public school board in Chamberlain, South Dakota, again refused to allow an honor song to performed at this year's high school graduation ceremony.
Contested auction of sacred tribal property brings in $1.6M Contested auction of sacred tribal property brings in $1.6M
An auction of sacred tribal property brought in $1.6 million in France on Monday.
First female leader of Pamunkey Tribe selected for memorial First female leader of Pamunkey Tribe selected for memorial
Cockacoeske, a 17th century leader of the Pamunkey Tribe, has been selected for the Women of Virginia memorial.
Task force on Native children holds hearing in North Dakota Task force on Native children holds hearing in North Dakota
The Advisory Committee of the Attorney General's Task Force on American Indian and Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence held its first pubic hearing in Bismarck, North Dakota, on Monday.
Mark Trahant: Congress on self-destructive course for budget Mark Trahant: Congress on self-destructive course for budget
If all goes well, Senate budget chairman Patty Murray will make a deal with the House budget chairman Paul Ryan that outlines federal spending for the rest of fiscal year 2014 and 2015.
Native Sun News: Tribal opposition puts hold on uranium mine Native Sun News: Tribal opposition puts hold on uranium mine
South Dakota’s Nov. 25 official choice to refrain from ruling on permit applications for the proposed Dewey-Burdock in-situ leachmining project upstream from the largest Indian reservations was a bell ringer.
ICT interview with Patrice Kunesh about USDA rural program ICT interview with Patrice Kunesh about USDA rural program
Indian Country Today interviews Patrice Kunesh, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe who serves as deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.
Opinion: President Obama should let Leonard Peltier go free Opinion: President Obama should let Leonard Peltier go free
Writers call on President Barack Obama to set imprisoned American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier free.
Opinion: Disenrollment demands attention in Indian Country Opinion: Disenrollment demands attention in Indian Country
Ryan Seelau, a researcher with the Native Nations Institute, discusses disenrollment in Indian Country:

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