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Ex-official under probe for keeping ancestral remains in a box Ex-official under probe for keeping ancestral remains in a box
Former superintendent kept them in a box in his garage for more than 10 years.
Chairman Herman Dillon of Puyallup Tribe walks on at age of 82 Chairman Herman Dillon of Puyallup Tribe walks on at age of 82
Longtime leader presided over treaty rights victories and a land claim settlement.
Dry Creek Band weighs referendum to address disenrollments Dry Creek Band weighs referendum to address disenrollments
The tribe might change its constitution to address the controversy.
Coquille Tribe mourns passing of longtime Chief Kenneth Tanner Coquille Tribe mourns passing of longtime Chief Kenneth Tanner
Tribe is about to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its federal recognition.
Interview with Kevin Washburn on federal recognition reforms Interview with Kevin Washburn on federal recognition reforms
Leader of Bureau of Indian Affairs explains why 1934 date was chosen.
Lower Sioux Indian Community promises defense of land rights Lower Sioux Indian Community promises defense of land rights
Tribe was named as a defendant by a group of Mdewakanton plaintiffs.
Editorial: BIA shouldn't be changing federal recognition process Editorial: BIA shouldn't be changing federal recognition process
Newspaper calls for the status quo.
Gyasi Ross: Steve Judd shares his Kiowa art genius everywhere Gyasi Ross: Steve Judd shares his Kiowa art genius everywhere
Gyasi Ross pays tribute to Kiowa artist Steven Judd.
Supreme Court won't hear suit over fees on Oneida Nation land Supreme Court won't hear suit over fees on Oneida Nation land
Village was trying to impose fees on land held in trust.
NFL team claims ex-NCAI president designed Indian head logo NFL team claims ex-NCAI president designed Indian head logo
There are conflicting claims about the role of the late Walter Wetzel.
NPS urged to consult tribes about preserving Powhatan village NPS urged to consult tribes about preserving Powhatan village
Werowocomoco was the historic home of Chief Powhatan.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne school still isn't finished Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne school still isn't finished
It cost the Lame Deer Public Schools $20,480 to get a third party evaluation of its Elementary Construction project funded by Impact Aid Dollars, State Coal Board grants and District Funds.
Megan Red Shirt Shaw: What really matters are Indian children Megan Red Shirt Shaw: What really matters are Indian children
Wake up, Redskins Nation. Change the name.

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