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Women Leaders: Confirm Keith Harper for ambassador-rank job Women Leaders: Confirm Keith Harper for ambassador-rank job
Melanie Benjamin, JoAnn Chase, Lucille Echohawk, Holly Cook Macarro, Lori Pourier, Cara Cowan Watts and Karen Welmas support the nomination of Keith Harper, a member of the Cherokee Nation, to serve as the US Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council:
KPLU: Colville leader Joe Pakootas launches run for House seat KPLU: Colville leader Joe Pakootas launches run for House seat
Joe Pakootas, the head of economic development for the Colville Tribes of Washington, hopes to unseat Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R).
Trial set for death of  murder of boy on Rocky Boy's Reservation Trial set for death of murder of boy on Rocky Boy's Reservation
A Montana woman is scheduled to go to trial in April for death of an 11-month-old boy on the Rocky Boy's Reservation.
Blackfeet Nation leader charged for public disturbance at office Blackfeet Nation leader charged for public disturbance at office
A council member for the Blackfeet Nation of Montana was charged in connection with an alleged disturbance at tribal headquarters.
Oklahoma city to meet with tribes over request for sales taxes Oklahoma city to meet with tribes over request for sales taxes
The city of Shawnee, Oklahoma, plans to meet with tribes on March 24 to discuss a controversial sales tax issue.
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians oppose legal marijuana Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians oppose legal marijuana
The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians announced opposition to marijuana legalization.
Navajo Nation to convert detox center into treatment facility Navajo Nation to convert detox center into treatment facility
The Navajo Nation plans to convert a detoxification center into a substance abuse treatment center.
Editorial: Cleveland baseball team should retire 'Chief' mascot Editorial: Cleveland baseball team should retire 'Chief' mascot
Newspaper calls on Cleveland professional football team to retire its stereotypical Chief Wahoo mascot.
Nez Perce Tribe investigates dumping of bison on reservation Nez Perce Tribe investigates dumping of bison on reservation
The Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho is investigating the disposal of a bison carcass on the reservation.
Joe Shirley, former Navajo Nation president, plans to run again Joe Shirley, former Navajo Nation president, plans to run again
Joe Shirley Jr., a former president of the Navajo Nation, plans to run for the tribe's highest office again.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes see $7.3M for buyback Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes see $7.3M for buyback
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana expect to see $7.3 million as part of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Column: Cheyenne River Youth Project hosts annual dress drive Column: Cheyenne River Youth Project hosts annual dress drive
The Cheyenne River Youth Project is hosting its annual dress drive.
BIA adds golf course property to Suquamish Tribe's reservation BIA adds golf course property to Suquamish Tribe's reservation
The Port Madison Reservation, home to the Suquamish Tribe of Washington, has just grown in size.
Building at former Indian boarding school slated for renovation Building at former Indian boarding school slated for renovation
A building at the former Phoenix Indian School in Arizona will be undergoing a $1.3 million renovation.
Study shows bison from Yellowstone can be safely transferred Study shows bison from Yellowstone can be safely transferred
Bison can safely be transferred out of the Yellowstone National Park without fear of transmitting a deadly cattle disease, according to the results of a new study.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president rejects uranium accord Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president rejects uranium accord
Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer refused to sign an accord that aimed to expedite the federal licensing process at South Dakota’s first proposed in-situ leach mine and mill.
Dina Gilio Whitaker: Indians find way into 'House of Cards' story Dina Gilio Whitaker: Indians find way into 'House of Cards' story
Dina Gilio Whitaker looks at the Indian storyline in the award-winning Netflix series, House of Cards.

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