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Leader of Red Lake Nation questions banishment of IHS official Leader of Red Lake Nation questions banishment of IHS official
The Red Lake Nation of Minnesota banished an Indian Health Service administrator from the reservation after a series of complaints.
Billy Frank to be laid to rest at Chief Leschi Cemetery on Sunday Billy Frank to be laid to rest at Chief Leschi Cemetery on Sunday
Funeral services have been scheduled for the late Billy Frank Jr..
Editorial: Leadership feud clouds Cayuga Nation land-into-trust  Editorial: Leadership feud clouds Cayuga Nation land-into-trust
New York newspaper questions whether leadership dispute will affect Cayuga Nation land-into-trust application.
Blog: Oregon tribe joins partnership to protect ocean resources Blog: Oregon tribe joins partnership to protect ocean resources
The Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians in Oregon are part of the West Coast Marine Planning Tribal Partnership.
Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on five bills Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on five bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a legislative hearing this afternoon.
Assembly of First Nations to hold new election for national chief Assembly of First Nations to hold new election for national chief
The Assembly of First Nations will hold an election to choose a new national chief.
John Kane: Two Row Times heads to UN indigenous issues forum John Kane: Two Row Times heads to UN indigenous issues forum
John Kane of The Two Row Times will be covering the upcoming United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues next week.
Inquest into deaths of Native students in Ontario faces a delay Inquest into deaths of Native students in Ontario faces a delay
An inquest into the deaths of seven Native students in Ontario will likely be delayed.
Tribes join applicants for bison from Yellowstone National Park Tribes join applicants for bison from Yellowstone National Park
Three tribes are applying to receive a share of bison that were taken from Yellowstone National Park.
Leader of Paskenta Band raises new claim about theft allegation Leader of Paskenta Band raises new claim about theft allegation
A faction of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California claims more than $1.5 million has been stolen from the tribe.
Opinion: Indian artists still support closure of downtown streets Opinion: Indian artists still support closure of downtown streets
Business owner Stephen Fox says streets in downtown Santa Fe should be closed to help protect the health of Indian artists.
Indian arts organization names Dallin Maybee as interim leader Indian arts organization names Dallin Maybee as interim leader
Dallin Maybee has been named interim chief operating officer of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.
New York lawmakers join battle against racist mascots in sports New York lawmakers join battle against racist mascots in sports
A bipartisan group of lawmakers in New York will introduce a resolution calling for the elimination of racist mascots in professional sports.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe said to be close to land claim settlement St. Regis Mohawk Tribe said to be close to land claim settlement
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe is said to be close to a land claim settlement with the state of New York.
Secretary Jewell to make Indian Country energy announcement Secretary Jewell to make Indian Country energy announcement
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is in Arizona to make some announcements regarding energy development in Indian Country.
Michael Willis: Adequate funding needed for Indian Coutry roads Michael Willis: Adequate funding needed for Indian Coutry roads
Attorney Michael Willis discusses the need for adequate funding for roads in Indian Country.
Courtland Milloy: Cherokee Nation seeking to exclude Freedmen Courtland Milloy: Cherokee Nation seeking to exclude Freedmen
Washington Post columnist covers the Freedmen dispute involving the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on two Indian bills Witness list for House subcommittee hearing on two Indian bills
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs holds a legislative hearing this afternoon.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne coal slated for development Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne coal slated for development
The Northern Cheyenne Reservation is surrounded on three sides by area coal development.

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