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Editorial: Don't mess with successes of Northwest treaty tribes Editorial: Don't mess with successes of Northwest treaty tribes
Newspaper warns Northwest Power and Conservation Council not to upset salmon recovery efforts by treaty tribes.
Opinion: No reason for worry in notices on Apache water rights Opinion: No reason for worry in notices on Apache water rights
Attorney David A. Brown explains the need for a water rights settlement with the White Mountain Apache Tribe of Arizona.
DOI considers regulation to address status of Native Hawaiians DOI considers regulation to address status of Native Hawaiians
Media reports about a proposed rule are inaccurate.
Poarch Creeks to choose new chairman to replace Buford Rolin Poarch Creeks to choose new chairman to replace Buford Rolin
Tribe will have a new chairman for the first time in eight years.
Navajo Nation chapter backs ban on smoking in public places Navajo Nation chapter backs ban on smoking in public places
Community in New Mexico is the first on the reservation to take action.
Winnebago Tribe hopes to prevent Medicare  cutoff at hospital Winnebago Tribe hopes to prevent Medicare cutoff at hospital
Federal agency launched investigation after patient died last month.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Tecumseh never parted with the land Doug George-Kanentiio: Tecumseh never parted with the land
His name was Tecumseh, the Shooting Star, the Panther, born of the Tewa:kenha Nation, the Shawnees, ancient allies of the Rotinosionni, the Iroquois.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe remembers warriors Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe remembers warriors
Clara Caufield on the military tradition within the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana.
Tribes in Montana and Wyoming air complaints about IHS care Tribes in Montana and Wyoming air complaints about IHS care
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a field hearing in Billings, Montana.
Indigenous activists bring bows and arrows to protest in Brazil Indigenous activists bring bows and arrows to protest in Brazil
One officer was reportedly shot in the leg with an arrow.
Blog: Tribal jurisdiction provisions in VAWA face legal scrutiny Blog: Tribal jurisdiction provisions in VAWA face legal scrutiny
Supreme Court is likely to consider legality of tribal jurisdiction over non-Indian offenders.
Salt River man faces murder charge over death of police officer Salt River man faces murder charge over death of police officer
Tribal member is accused of shooting officer with a rifle during a traffic stop.
John Kane: Lawmakers pull a publicity stunt with letter to NFL John Kane: Lawmakers pull a publicity stunt with letter to NFL
John Kane isn't impressed by a letter sent by 50 Senate Democrats to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Supreme Court addresses use of IQ test in death penalty case Supreme Court addresses use of IQ test in death penalty case
Opinion from divided court fell largely along ideological lines.
Native Sun News: Lakota DJ fills void in Rapid City night scene Native Sun News: Lakota DJ fills void in Rapid City night scene
Lakota, youth worker, student, and hip-hop enthusiast DJ Micah seems to have 'figured out the equation' of having a very cosmopolitan occupation in a semi-rural setting.
Tim Giago: Build Indian holocaust museum at Wounded Knee Tim Giago: Build Indian holocaust museum at Wounded Knee
It would be prophetic if the Oglala Sioux Tribe would build a holocaust museum to educate and to remind the world of what happened to the indigenous people.
Steve Russell: Fate of Indian Country closely linked to the US Steve Russell: Fate of Indian Country closely linked to the US
Steve Russell discusses the role of government in the U.S. and in Indian Country.

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