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MSU News: Online Native studies courses open to registration MSU News: Online Native studies courses open to registration
Three courses, all taught by Native professors, are being offered this fall.
KPLU: Quileute Tribe welcomes man who was rescued in 2010 KPLU: Quileute Tribe welcomes man who was rescued in 2010
Members of the Quileute Tribe of Washington rescued former U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Lance Leone after a helicopter crash four years ago.
WBUR: Tribes rebury one of their ancient relatives in Montana WBUR: Tribes rebury one of their ancient relatives in Montana
WBUR interviews Shane Doyle about the reburial of a 12,600-year-old boy whose DNA showed a link to present-day Native people.
Mohegan Tribe breaks ground on first of 15 chain restaurants Mohegan Tribe breaks ground on first of 15 chain restaurants
The 9,000 square-foot eatery is due to open in March 2015.
Water bottling plant provides usage reports to Morongo Band Water bottling plant provides usage reports to Morongo Band
But the tribe hasn't disclosed any data to the public since 2009.
Seminole Tribe launches marketing campaign for juice brand Seminole Tribe launches marketing campaign for juice brand
The products will be known as Seminole Pride Noble Juice.
Shivwits Band seeing early success with gas station and store Shivwits Band seeing early success with gas station and store
Plans are underway to expand the See'Veets Eng store, which opened on February 1.
Fond du Lac Band tries to uncover cause of foodborne illness Fond du Lac Band tries to uncover cause of foodborne illness
Tribal administrator said food from a recent powwow and other outdoor events could be linked to the outbreak.
Unsettled: Free speech costs dearly at Passamaquoddy Tribe Unsettled: Free speech costs dearly at Passamaquoddy Tribe
The Portland Press Herald continues its Unsettled series with a story about accountability and law issues within the Passamaquoddy Tribe.
Navajo Nation officials seek meeting in response to murders Navajo Nation officials seek meeting in response to murders
The victims have been identified as Allison Gorman, 44, and Kee Thompson, who was 45 or 46.
Opinion: Connecticut tribe deserves a 2nd shot at recognition Opinion: Connecticut tribe deserves a 2nd shot at recognition
Professor explains why the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation should be able to resubmit its federal recognition petition.
Man in Alabama honors Yuchi ancestor with unique memorial Man in Alabama honors Yuchi ancestor with unique memorial
Tom Hendrix, 80, never met his great-great grandmother but he grew up hearing stories about her life.
Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Thank Indian veterans for America Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Thank Indian veterans for America
Larry Spotted Crow Mann says America owes its existence to tribal warriors who have been defending their homelands since the earliest wars.
Native Sun News: Candidate wants Obama to meet with tribes Native Sun News: Candidate wants Obama to meet with tribes
Senate candidate Larry Pressler wants tribes in South Dakota to help him host a presidential visit.
Native Sun News: Great Plains tribes call for full contract funds Native Sun News: Great Plains tribes call for full contract funds
Taking a step towards holding the federal government accountable, the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association is calling out the United States, Administration and Congress.

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