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County official delivers apology to Salish and Kootenai Tribes County official delivers apology to Salish and Kootenai Tribes
Ravalli County, Montana, finally offered a formal apology to the to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes on Tuesday.
Blog: Museums mark 100th anniversary of Allan Houser's birth Blog: Museums mark 100th anniversary of Allan Houser's birth
Museums in Oklahoma are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Apache artist Allan Houser.
Oglala Sioux Tribe win stay on license for planned uranium mine Oglala Sioux Tribe win stay on license for planned uranium mine
The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board issued on a uranium mine that's opposed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota.
WSU News: BIA students visit campus to learn about science WSU News: BIA students visit campus to learn about science
Students from Paschal Sherman Indian School will visit Washington State University to learn more about science, technology, engineering and math.
MSU News: Blackfeet Nation student offers graduation prayers MSU News: Blackfeet Nation student offers graduation prayers
Steven Davis, a member of the Blackfeet Nation, gave a Blackfeet prayer at the graduation ceremony for Montana State University’s Honors College.
Cayuga Nation businesses remain closed amid leadership feud Cayuga Nation businesses remain closed amid leadership feud
Two businesses owned by the Cayuga Nation of New York remain closed amid a leadership dispute.
Minnesota city replaces Columbus Day with Chief Red Wing Day Minnesota city replaces Columbus Day with Chief Red Wing Day
The city council in Red Wing, Minnesota, voted to replace Columbus Day with Chief Red Wing Day.
Navajo Nation reaches agreement for wild horse management Navajo Nation reaches agreement for wild horse management
The Navajo Nation has reached an agreement to manage and protect wild horses on the reservation.
NYT Blog: Reading more about activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash NYT Blog: Reading more about activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash
The New York Times offers two more sources to learn about American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash.
Paskenta Band accuses suspended family of misappropriation Paskenta Band accuses suspended family of misappropriation
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California said members of a large family are under investigation for theft and misappropriation of funds.
BIA opens public comment on land-into-trust rule for Alaska BIA opens public comment on land-into-trust rule for Alaska
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is accepting public comments on a rule that would include Alaska tribes in the land-into-trust process.
Lawmakers demand action over use of racial slur by NFL team Lawmakers demand action over use of racial slur by NFL team
Two members of Congress say the NFL should follow the lead of the NBA in addressing racism in professional sports.
John Kane: Abuse of power among traditional tribal government John Kane: Abuse of power among traditional tribal government
John Kane discusses abuse of power among traditional leaders of the in New York.
Tim Giago: America continues to ignore poverty on reservations Tim Giago: America continues to ignore poverty on reservations
Two things happened this week that are maddening.
Native Sun News: Minneapolis adopts Indigenous People's Day Native Sun News: Minneapolis adopts Indigenous People's Day
Columbus Day is still there but the city of Minneapolis will now refer to the second Monday in October as Indigenous People’s Day.
Ryan Dreveskracht: Skateboarding offers hope to Native youth Ryan Dreveskracht: Skateboarding offers hope to Native youth
Attorney Ryan Dreveskracht discusses why skateboarding is so popular among youth in Indian Country.
Steve Russell: Botched executions are test of government trust Steve Russell: Botched executions are test of government trust
Steve Russell explores the botched execution of an African-American man in Oklahoma.

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