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NPS worried about Navajo Nation's Grand Canyon tourism plans NPS worried about Navajo Nation's Grand Canyon tourism plans
The Grand Canyon Escalade includes a tramway that will carry tourists to the floor of the Grand Canyon.
Tristan Ahtone: Navajo veteran returns from war a changed man Tristan Ahtone: Navajo veteran returns from war a changed man
Tristan Ahtone shares the story of Lonnie Al Watts, a Navajo Nation veteran who died last year at the age of 37.
Michigan Tech News: Short film explores indigenous identities Michigan Tech News: Short film explores indigenous identities
Kalvin Hartwig, a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, is raising funds for a short film about indigenous identity.
Winona LaDuke: Energy project threatens Ojibwe ricing tradition Winona LaDuke: Energy project threatens Ojibwe ricing tradition
Activist Winona LaDuke of Honor the Earth explains the battle against pipeline through treaty territory in Minnesota.
KGOU: Dolores Bigfoot from Indian Country Child Trauma Center KGOU: Dolores Bigfoot from Indian Country Child Trauma Center
KGOU talks to Delores Bigfoot about her work with the Indian Country Child Trauma Center.
Column: Chief Masconomet finally rests in peace in homelands Column: Chief Masconomet finally rests in peace in homelands
Chief Masconomet finally received a proper burial in 1933, 355 years after his death.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills
Five bills affecting land-into-trust, mineral rights and water rights are on the agenda.
Washington counties owe millions for illegal tax on reservations Washington counties owe millions for illegal tax on reservations
County is sending $5 million in refunds to businesses like Wal-Mart and Home Depot.
Big Valley Band reports success for second tire recycling event Big Valley Band reports success for second tire recycling event
The tribe collected more than 1,100 used car, truck and tire tractors.
Remains of Indian patients at infamous hospital being reburied Remains of Indian patients at infamous hospital being reburied
The remains are among more than 3,500 that were discovered at the institution in 2005.
Navajo Nation Council seek to resolve dispute over energy firm Navajo Nation Council seek to resolve dispute over energy firm
A new charter could be ratified in a special session later this week.
Blackfeet man who supports NFL team has problem with 'Chiefs' Blackfeet man who supports NFL team has problem with 'Chiefs'
Family members are divided over a logo supposedly designed by a former Blackfeet chairman.
Opinion: Include Alaska in tribal jurisdiction provisions of VAWA Opinion: Include Alaska in tribal jurisdiction provisions of VAWA
David Voluck, a judge for tribes in Alaska, calls on Congress to include Alaska Natives in the Violence Against Women Act.
Opinion: Far too many presidents overlook Indians in California Opinion: Far too many presidents overlook Indians in California
T. Robert Przeklasa wonders why President Barack Obama hasn't met with tribes in California.
Mark Charles: Helping our nation move on from an incredible pain Mark Charles: Helping our nation move on from an incredible pain
Our nation is in pain. Our people are in pain. And our land is in pain.
John Christian Hopkins: On being a father for the very first time John Christian Hopkins: On being a father for the very first time
Author John Christian Hopkins on being a father for the first time.
Steve Russell: Chris Stevens was heroic ambassador of Chinooks Steve Russell: Chris Stevens was heroic ambassador of Chinooks
Steve Russell pays tribute to slain U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens, who was a member of the Chinook Nation.
Native Sun News: Payday loan story stirs squabble at Pine Ridge Native Sun News: Payday loan story stirs squabble at Pine Ridge
Raycen Raines was described as a 'rogue tribal member' intent on dragging the Oglala Sioux Tribe into nefarious business deals.
Tim Giago: Still climbing the hill after 8 decades in Indian Country Tim Giago: Still climbing the hill after 8 decades in Indian Country
On July 12 I will be climbing on the hill of my 8th decade on this Maka Ina (Mother Earth).

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