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Authorities investigate mutilated bear found on First Nation Authorities investigate mutilated bear found on First Nation
Bear was found on reserve with its paws cut off.
Road on Navajo Nation collapses after going without repairs Road on Navajo Nation collapses after going without repairs
Local Navajo leader said she tried to get someone to fix the road.
Stay lifted on uranium project opposed by Oglala Sioux Tribe Stay lifted on uranium project opposed by Oglala Sioux Tribe
The tribe's claims of harm to sacred and cultural sites remains to be decided on the merits.
Lawsuit seeks establishment of new reservation in Minnesota Lawsuit seeks establishment of new reservation in Minnesota
The plaintiffs in a new lawsuit are hoping to restore a reservation that was supposed to have been set aside for their ancestors.
Ute Tribe announces plans to start power plant on reservation Ute Tribe announces plans to start power plant on reservation
Facility would be powered by natural gas.
Cowlitz Tribe seeks new name for Lewis and Clark State Park Cowlitz Tribe seeks new name for Lewis and Clark State Park
The famed explores never set foot in the area despite the park's name.
BIA announces regulation to reform federal recognition process BIA announces regulation to reform federal recognition process
The system hasn't seen a major update since 1994.
Honor the Earth weighs next move in fight over pipeline route Honor the Earth weighs next move in fight over pipeline route
An administrative law judge won't force the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to change the route of a pipeline that crosses treaty lands.
Column: Washoe Tribe carries long grudge against Mark Twain Column: Washoe Tribe carries long grudge against Mark Twain
Columnist wonders why the Washoe Tribe took so long to complain about Mark Twain.
MTPR: Fort Belknap educator Minerva Allen shares her poetry MTPR: Fort Belknap educator Minerva Allen shares her poetry
Educator Minerva Allen shares poetry from her collection, Nakoda Sky People.
ICT interview with Gary Batton, new leader of Choctaw Nation ICT interview with Gary Batton, new leader of Choctaw Nation
Gary Batton discusses his goals and priorities as tribe's new chief.
Senate Democrats urge NFL to take action against racist mascot Senate Democrats urge NFL to take action against racist mascot
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) took the lead on the issue.
Secretary Jewell heads to New Mexico to celebrate monument Secretary Jewell heads to New Mexico to celebrate monument
President Barack Obama designated the monument at at ceremony at the Interior Department.
Onondaga brothers selected as finalists for top lacrosse award Onondaga brothers selected as finalists for top lacrosse award
Miles Thompson and Lyle Thompson are headed to ceremony at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Crazy Horse Memorial leader Ruth Ziolkowski passes away at 87 Crazy Horse Memorial leader Ruth Ziolkowski passes away at 87
Ruth Ziolkowski came the Black Hills in 1948 at the age of 24.
Mel Sheldon: Tulalip Tribes work hard to build a strong economy Mel Sheldon: Tulalip Tribes work hard to build a strong economy
Former chairman Mel Sheldon reflects on the journey toward economic development:
Jennie Stockle: Oklahoma must repair relationship with Natives Jennie Stockle: Oklahoma must repair relationship with Natives
Jennie Stockle says Indian policy has taken a turn for the worse under Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R):
Native Sun News: Indian students at UND protest racist t-shirts Native Sun News: Indian students at UND protest racist t-shirts
A photo posted on Twitter has pushed the longstanding frustrations of the Native American student population at the University of North Dakota to a boiling point.

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