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Public school allows Indian graduates to wear eagle feathers Public school allows Indian graduates to wear eagle feathers
A record eight Indian students graduated last night.
Law Article: IRS issues guidance on general welfare exclusion Law Article: IRS issues guidance on general welfare exclusion
Attorney discusses new guidance from the Internal Revenue Service regarding the Application of the General Welfare Exclusion to Indian Tribal Government Programs That Provide Benefits to Tribal Members.
Members of Mille Lacs Band participate in weight loss challenge Members of Mille Lacs Band participate in weight loss challenge
Tribal members lost over 1,000 pounds during 16-week challenge.
Sisters give historic site to Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation Sisters give historic site to Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation
Land was home to a Hidatsa village before a smallpox epidemic nearly wiped them out.
Crow Tribe enters concessioners contract for recreational area Crow Tribe enters concessioners contract for recreational area
The tribe is responsible for operations at Ok-A-Beh Marina.
Alexander Chamber: Bring free markets to the Navajo Nation Alexander Chamber: Bring free markets to the Navajo Nation
Alexander Chambers, the publisher of The Navajo Post, calls for a new economic order on the Navajo Nation.
Megan Red Shirt Shaw: Think before you put on that headdress Megan Red Shirt Shaw: Think before you put on that headdress
Megan Red Shirt Shaw explains why it's offensive to wear a headdress like it's a costume or prop.
NCPR: St. Regis Mohawk Tribe sees controversy with land deal NCPR: St. Regis Mohawk Tribe sees controversy with land deal
North County Public Radio reports on a land claim settlement for the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe.
Indian museum in Oklahoma coming up with plan to raise $40M Indian museum in Oklahoma coming up with plan to raise $40M
Facility remains unfinished despite years of work.
Mohegan Tribe to bring 16 Smashburger locations to Northeast Mohegan Tribe to bring 16 Smashburger locations to Northeast
Tribe continues to diversify its economic holdings.
Lawmakers want tribes to run Cobell land buy-back program Lawmakers want tribes to run Cobell land buy-back program
Deadline to spend $1.9 billion in land consolidation funds ends in November 2022.
Attorney General Holder addresses Indian Country initiatives Attorney General Holder addresses Indian Country initiatives
Leader of Department of Justice spoke to tribal leaders and met with Native youth.
Sami Jo Difuntorum elected as leader of Indian housing group Sami Jo Difuntorum elected as leader of Indian housing group
Organization held its 40th annual conference in Kansas City, Missouri, this week.
Senate confirms Sylvia Mathews Burwell as Secretary for HHS Senate confirms Sylvia Mathews Burwell as Secretary for HHS
Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim to work closely with new leader as chair of the Secretary's Tribal Advisory Committee.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe welcomes visit by President Obama Standing Rock Sioux Tribe welcomes visit by President Obama
Chairman Dave Archambault said the tribe got the official word on Wednesday.
Gyasi Ross: Hipster headdress lands on the cover of magazine Gyasi Ross: Hipster headdress lands on the cover of magazine
Gyasi Ross takes on the controversial cover of Pharrell Williams in a headdress.
Steven Newcomb: Racism still alive and well at Supreme Court Steven Newcomb: Racism still alive and well at Supreme Court
Justice Scalia referred to Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) as belonging to a conquered race.
Native Sun News: Former staffers launch new Indian art market Native Sun News: Former staffers launch new Indian art market
Three Native Americans have resigned their positions with the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts to launch a new art market to be held the same weekend as Indian Market.

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