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Snoqualmie Tribe donates $150K to Indian center in Seattle Snoqualmie Tribe donates $150K to Indian center in Seattle
The Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington is donating $150,000 to the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Seattle.
A Tribe Called Red launches tour and prepares for new album A Tribe Called Red launches tour and prepares for new album
A Tribe Called Red kicks off its Turtle Island Tour tomorrow as it prepares to record a new album.
Ponca Tribe to host swearing-in ceremony for appellate court Ponca Tribe to host swearing-in ceremony for appellate court
The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska is establishing an appellate court.
BLM still working on draft report for Agua Caliente land swap BLM still working on draft report for Agua Caliente land swap
The Bureau of Land Management is still working on a long-delayed swap with the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians of California.
Scott McKie: Charles Curtis was the first Indian vice president Scott McKie: Charles Curtis was the first Indian vice president
Charles Curtis was the first -- and so far, the only -- American Indian to serve as vice president of the United States.
Oklahoma city wants tribes to pay taxes on non-Indian sales Oklahoma city wants tribes to pay taxes on non-Indian sales
The city of Shawnee, Oklahoma, is asking four tribes to collect taxes on the sale of goods to non-Indians.
County cites Big Lagoon in audit of Poarch Creek trust lands County cites Big Lagoon in audit of Poarch Creek trust lands
A county in Alabama is citing the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California in a bid to audit lands held in trust for the Poarch Creek Band of Indians.
WPM: Grant helps Eastern Shoshone Tribe fight heart disease WPM: Grant helps Eastern Shoshone Tribe fight heart disease
A $238,900 grant will help the Eastern Shoshone Tribe of Wyoming fight heart disease on the Wind River Reservation.
Audio from House subcommittee's hearing on two tribal bills Audio from House subcommittee's hearing on two tribal bills
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs holds a hearing this afternoon on two bills
Senate panel approves Keith Harper nomination for UN post Senate panel approves Keith Harper nomination for UN post
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday approved the nomination of Keith Harper, a member of the Cherokee Nation, to serve in an ambassador-rank post.
GAO report finds inconsistency in coal leases on federal land GAO report finds inconsistency in coal leases on federal land
The federal government could be missing out on millions of dollars in coal revenues due to inconsistent leasing practices, the Government Accountability Office said in a report.
Native Sun News: Farm Bill includes heavy cut to food stamps Native Sun News: Farm Bill includes heavy cut to food stamps
After a three-year battle Congress passed a new version of the Farm Bill. The bill, which now heads to the Senate, will see a cut to the aid that low income families receive.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe ties woman's death to fuel crisis Standing Rock Sioux Tribe ties woman's death to fuel crisis
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe declared a state of emergency due to a propane fuel crisis but it was too late to help an woman on the reservation.
Congress sends Farm Bill to President Obama for signature Congress sends Farm Bill to President Obama for signature
Congress gave final approval to H.R.2642, the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act, on Thursday, after nearly four years of debate.
Land taken from Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes gets new project Land taken from Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes gets new project
It looks like the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma won't be seeing the return of their ancestral land soon.
T.W. Shannon, Chickasaw Nation citizen, running for Senate T.W. Shannon, Chickasaw Nation citizen, running for Senate
T.W. Shannon, a member of the Chickasaw Nation, is running for the open U.S. Senate seat in Oklahoma.
Community in Minnesota produces Ojibwe Olympic athletes Community in Minnesota produces Ojibwe Olympic athletes
A small town near the Red Lake Nation in northern Minnesota has produced eight Olympic athletes, including two Ojibwe stars.
Mark Trahant: 'Replacement' for Obamacare eliminates IHCIA Mark Trahant: 'Replacement' for Obamacare eliminates IHCIA
On a tribal bulletin board this week these chilling words were posted: 'Due to budget issues, Contract Health Service will be on Priority One until further notice.'

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