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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe welcomes Obama for historic visit Standing Rock Sioux Tribe welcomes Obama for historic visit
President Obama and the First Lady met with youth and attended a powwow on the reservation.
Tribes and activists urge Obama to reject Keystone XL Pipeline Tribes and activists urge Obama to reject Keystone XL Pipeline
The president didn't address the controversy during his historic visit to Indian Country.
Opinion: Southern Ute Tribe sees success in energy industry Opinion: Southern Ute Tribe sees success in energy industry
Writer says the Southern Ute Tribe has shown how energy development can bring a positive impact in Indian Country.
Mary Hudetz: Slow moving justice for women in Indian Country Mary Hudetz: Slow moving justice for women in Indian Country
Mary Hudetz says the Tribal Law and Order Act and the Violence Against Women Act still don't fully protect Native women from violence.
Mark Trahant: Counting up presidential visits to Indian Country Mark Trahant: Counting up presidential visits to Indian Country
At least seven, more likely eight, presidents have visited Indian Country.
Opinion: New program brings Internet to Indian school students Opinion: New program brings Internet to Indian school students
Sandy Motley of Alcatel-Lucent’s Wireless Business announces project to bring high-speed Internet to Indian students.
Editorial: Ponca Tribe makes strides in boosting health service Editorial: Ponca Tribe makes strides in boosting health service
Nebraska newspaper praises the Ponca Tribe for tackling behavioral health issues.
Secretary Jewell announces Bureau of Indian Education reform Secretary Jewell announces Bureau of Indian Education reform
Plans call for a restructuring to improve student achievement and strengthen tribal sovereignty.
Paskenta Band funds were used to buy gold and purchase a jet Paskenta Band funds were used to buy gold and purchase a jet
Tribe's economic development officer says jet and gold are being kept in a safe place.
Column: Understanding of contemporary Indian issues lagging Column: Understanding of contemporary Indian issues lagging
Writer responds to opinion by Daniel Wildcat regarding historical mistreatment of Indian people.
Radio: Cherokee Freedmen cite treaty in fight over citizenship Radio: Cherokee Freedmen cite treaty in fight over citizenship
Cherokee Freedmen await decision from federal judge on their citizenship status.
Native woman remains in hospital after attack in Saskatchewan Native woman remains in hospital after attack in Saskatchewan
Authorities say solving the case is a top priority.
BIA announces plan to employ more Native American veterans BIA announces plan to employ more Native American veterans
Agency plans to increase Native veteran employment from 9 percent to 12.5 percent.
Gyasi Ross: Native communities must invest in our young men Gyasi Ross: Native communities must invest in our young men
Gyasi Ross calls on Indian Country to teach accountability to young men.
Review: Indian women find connection in 'Sacred Wilderness' Review: Indian women find connection in 'Sacred Wilderness'
A review of Sacred Wilderness, a novel by Susan Power, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Church group approves boycott against Washington NFL team Church group approves boycott against Washington NFL team
The vote on the resolution was unanimous.
Radio and entertainment legend Casey Kasem passes on at 82 Radio and entertainment legend Casey Kasem passes on at 82
Icon died in Washington, where he had been living since early May.
Native Sun News: New police chief focuses on Indian cold cases Native Sun News: New police chief focuses on Indian cold cases
With over sixteen years of wide experience within the Rapid City Police Department, Lt. Elias Diaz was chosen to take the seat of Chief of Police.
Tim Giago: South Dakota media must talk about mascot issues Tim Giago: South Dakota media must talk about mascot issues
Although we report the news we also must be an advocate for the Indian people and we must stand up for the rights and justice for Native Americans.
Cynthia Iyall: Billy Frank will be heard for generations to come Cynthia Iyall: Billy Frank will be heard for generations to come
Cynthia Iyall, the chairwoman of the Nisqually Tribe of Washington, pays tribute to the late Billy Frank Jr.
Steven Newcomb: Supreme Court justices put tribes on notice Steven Newcomb: Supreme Court justices put tribes on notice
Steven Newcomb says the U.S. Supreme Court dissent in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community puts tribes on notice of further domination.

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