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Editorial: Tonto Apache Tribe patiently waiting for water rights Editorial: Tonto Apache Tribe patiently waiting for water rights
Arizona newspaper welcomes proposed water rights settlement with the Tonto Apache Tribe.
KUOW: Japanese group traces historic journey to Makah Nation KUOW: Japanese group traces historic journey to Makah Nation
A group from Japan is retracing a historic journey to the Makah Nation in Washington.
Quapaw Tribe sees tornado damage to homes and businesses Quapaw Tribe sees tornado damage to homes and businesses
Members of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma took shelter as a dangerous tornado touched ground on Sunday.
Editorial: Spokane Tribe needs more time to comment on mine Editorial: Spokane Tribe needs more time to comment on mine
Newspaper says Spokane Tribe should be given more time to comment on the $193 million cleanup plan for the Midnite Mine.
Column: Environmentalists putting tribal members out of work Column: Environmentalists putting tribal members out of work
Columnist says environmental groups don't want tribes making money off of their natural resources.
Review: 'Informed Consent' shares Havasupai Tribe blood story Review: 'Informed Consent' shares Havasupai Tribe blood story
A review of Informed Consent, a play about a controversial blood study involving the Havasupai Tribe of Arizona.
Choctaw Nation swears in first new chief in nearly two decades Choctaw Nation swears in first new chief in nearly two decades
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma has a new leader.
Homicide rate on Navajo Nation tops some metropolitan areas Homicide rate on Navajo Nation tops some metropolitan areas
The Navajo Nation saw 42 homicides in 2012 according to FBI statistics.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation ties flooding at center to city water Citizen Potawatomi Nation ties flooding at center to city water
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma said its Cultural Heritage Center will remain closed after suffering major water damage.
Tribes negotiating better deals for use of lands on reservations Tribes negotiating better deals for use of lands on reservations
Tribes are negotiating better deals for the use of their lands but energy companies and other interests aren't happy about it.
Oklahoma governor criticizes daughter over fake Indian dance Oklahoma governor criticizes daughter over fake Indian dance
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) criticized her daughter for a performance that has drawn outrage among tribal members in the state.
Cayuga Nation shuts down businesses amid leadership dispute Cayuga Nation shuts down businesses amid leadership dispute
The Cayuga Nation of New York has shut down two businesses amid a leadership dispute.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee energy hearing Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee energy hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will hold a hearing tomorrow on an energy bill.
Ann Dapice: Ancestors lead the way in battle against diabetes Ann Dapice: Ancestors lead the way in battle against diabetes
Ann Dapice discusses how diet contributes to the battle against diabetes in Indian Country.
Navajo lawmaker Joshua Lavar Butler announces run in Arizona Navajo lawmaker Joshua Lavar Butler announces run in Arizona
Navajo Nation Council delegate Joshua Lavar Butler announced his campaign for the Arizona Legislature.
Steven Newcomb: Meeting stacked against indigenous peoples Steven Newcomb: Meeting stacked against indigenous peoples
Steven Newcomb says indigenous people are being excluded from a high-level meeting to discuss the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Gabe Galanda: Defining permanent improvement on Indian land Gabe Galanda: Defining permanent improvement on Indian land
Attorney Gabe Galanda answers some questions about a BIA regulation.
Indian arts organization brings back old public relations official Indian arts organization brings back old public relations official
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts has brought back its old public relations and marketing director.
BIA to add two names to police officer memorial in New Mexico BIA to add two names to police officer memorial in New Mexico
The Bureau of Indian Affairs will hold the 23rd Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service this week.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe worried about sacred sites Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe worried about sacred sites
Prior to the launch on Earth Day April 22 of a national grassroots campaign to clean up abandoned uranium mines, the Oglala Sioux Tribe requested the federal Atomic Safety and Licensing Board suspend Powertech Inc.’s operating license.
Native Sun News: Lakota woman battling lupus seeks donation Native Sun News: Lakota woman battling lupus seeks donation
After receiving a life saving donation of a kidney in 2003, a young Lakota woman is looking for another donation to save her life.

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