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Prairie Band Potawatomi Secretary James Potter passes at 56 Prairie Band Potawatomi Secretary James Potter passes at 56
He served 16 years on the tribal council, including 12 years as treasurer and four years as secretary.
Man pleads not guilty for death of woman from Standing Rock Man pleads not guilty for death of woman from Standing Rock
Natalie White Lightning was from the community where President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will visit.
Obama's remarks to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to be webcast Obama's remarks to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to be webcast
The Obamas will meet with Native youth before heading to veterans powwow.
Sen. Heitkamp hosts Native veterans summit in North Dakota Sen. Heitkamp hosts Native veterans summit in North Dakota
The summit takes place at the United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck.
House panel sets hearing on child welfare at Spirit Lake Nation House panel sets hearing on child welfare at Spirit Lake Nation
Several children have died on the reservation in recent years.
San Carlos Apache Tribe to establish college with ASU's help San Carlos Apache Tribe to establish college with ASU's help
Tribal students on the reservation will be able to transfer to ASU.
DOJ supports bill to include Alaska tribes in VAWA jurisdiction DOJ supports bill to include Alaska tribes in VAWA jurisdiction
S.1474, the Alaska Safe Families and Village, repeals restriction on Alaska tribes.
Julie Kitka: Alaska must protect voting rights of Native people Julie Kitka: Alaska must protect voting rights of Native people
Julie Kitka, the president of the Alaska Federation of Natives, says Alaska Natives deserve the right to vote in their own languages.
Schaghticoke Tribal Nation opposes state veto on recognition Schaghticoke Tribal Nation opposes state veto on recognition
Provision in Bureau of Indian Affairs rule could be unconstitutional, an Indian law expert said.
Shinnecock Nation stops bulldozers from crossing beach site Shinnecock Nation stops bulldozers from crossing beach site
Landowner agrees to talk to the tribe after bulldozers tried to cross sacred beach property.
Grand Ronde Tribes building up law enforcement department Grand Ronde Tribes building up law enforcement department
Tribal force will be taking on even more duties in the coming months.
Jacoby Ellsbury eager to serve as role model for Native youth Jacoby Ellsbury eager to serve as role model for Native youth
Baseball star holds camp for Native youth on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona.
Elmeretta Blackbird: End delay in Cobell settlement payment Elmeretta Blackbird: End delay in Cobell settlement payment
Elmeretta Blackbird calls for an immediate distribution of the final payment from the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement.
DOI adopts rule to remove Native corporations from NAGPRA DOI adopts rule to remove Native corporations from NAGPRA
It's not clear why it took the Obama administration three years to finalize the rule.
Native Sun News: Concert aims to empower elders and youth Native Sun News: Concert aims to empower elders and youth
A recent rise in the use of methamphetamine by Natives in the city has driven one man to organize an event to raise awareness of the rise of the drug and to empower a community.
Jennie Stockle: Include Native history in Oklahoma curriculum Jennie Stockle: Include Native history in Oklahoma curriculum
Jennie Stockle of Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry calls for Oklahoma to include more Native history in the public school curriculum.

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