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Marc Simmons: Sacred items at Cochiti Pueblo lost in 1692 raid Marc Simmons: Sacred items at Cochiti Pueblo lost in 1692 raid
Sacred items and ceremonial objects were supposedly buried in a stream.
DOI looks to spend $100M on Navajo Nation for Cobell buy-back DOI looks to spend $100M on Navajo Nation for Cobell buy-back
Navajo is among 21 reservations that are being targeted in the next phase of land consolidation.
RCMP cites high number of missing and murdered Native women RCMP cites high number of missing and murdered Native women
Nearly 1,200 Native women have gone missing or have been murdered between 1980 and 2012.
Editorial: Honor the sacrifices of Navajo Code Talker Tom Jones Editorial: Honor the sacrifices of Navajo Code Talker Tom Jones
Newspaper pays tribute to Navajo Code Talker Tom Jones Jr., who died last week at the age of 89.
Radio: Exhibit shares story of Ute people in Colorado homeland Radio: Exhibit shares story of Ute people in Colorado homeland
The Aspen Historical Society in Colorado added items to its exhibit on the Ute people.
Tlingit leaders hope to block auction of sacred hat in New York Tlingit leaders hope to block auction of sacred hat in New York
Clan hat could be sold for $300,000 to $500,000.
Choctaw Nation soldiers served as Code Talkers in world wars Choctaw Nation soldiers served as Code Talkers in world wars
During World War I, Choctaw Telephone Squad consisted of 19 tribal members.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting and hearing Senate Indian Affairs Committee business meeting and hearing
Seven bills are on the agenda while the hearing will focus on Indian education.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council set to launch first Native video game Cook Inlet Tribal Council set to launch first Native video game
Never Alone features an Inupiat girl and her companion, an Arctic fox.
Tex Hall: Distribute minimum payments from Cobell settlement Tex Hall: Distribute minimum payments from Cobell settlement
A minimum payment of $800 could be sent to Indian beneficiaries immediately.
Ex-sheriff says no one looking into Paskenta Band theft claims Ex-sheriff says no one looking into Paskenta Band theft claims
Theft allegations are behind a leadership and disenrollment dispute within the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.
Tim Giago: Class of 2014 walks in the footsteps of great warriors Tim Giago: Class of 2014 walks in the footsteps of great warriors
If I was to give a graduation speech this year I would in all probability begin by stating the obvious.
Alaska tribes turn to banishment to protect small communities Alaska tribes turn to banishment to protect small communities
Tribes want to protect members of their small communities from drugs, alcohol and violence.
Indian Times: Weekly recap of news affecting Oklahoma tribes Indian Times: Weekly recap of news affecting Oklahoma tribes
Tobacco compact, Indian education, federal nominees and the minimum wage were in the news.
Obama to choose new Housing and Urban Development leader Obama to choose new Housing and Urban Development leader
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro will be tapped as secretary
Long-delayed Cobell payments range from $850 to nearly $10M Long-delayed Cobell payments range from $850 to nearly $10M
More than 490,000 Indian beneficiaries are waiting for their second payment from the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
Washoe Tribe's objections kill plan to name site for Mark Twain Washoe Tribe's objections kill plan to name site for Mark Twain
The author once used a derogatory word to describe the Washoe people.
Native Sun News: Uranium mining poses threat to sacred sites Native Sun News: Uranium mining poses threat to sacred sites
A bird’s-eye view of the corridor stretching from Mt. Taylor westward to Chaco Canyon is filled with sacred sites and ancient roads made by the native Puebloan and Diné people.
Steve Pavlik: Billy Frank Jr. was part of the greatest generation Steve Pavlik: Billy Frank Jr. was part of the greatest generation
The late treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr. wanted to be remembered as a fisherman.
Laura Waterman Wittstock: A tribute to journalist Tom Richards Laura Waterman Wittstock: A tribute to journalist Tom Richards
Alaska Native journalist covered the Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act.

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