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Ho-Chunk Inc executive Lance Morgan receives business honor Ho-Chunk Inc executive Lance Morgan receives business honor
Winnebago tribal member is being named Advocate of the Year by the Minority Business Development Agency.
Cherokee Nation program keeps former inmates out of prison Cherokee Nation program keeps former inmates out of prison
Daryl Legg, who served three prison sentences, is helping Indian inmates with education and job training.
KUOW: Coeur d'Alene Tribe cleans meth houses with EPA funds KUOW: Coeur d'Alene Tribe cleans meth houses with EPA funds
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe received $200,000 to clean up houses that were contaminated by methamphetamine.
Obama signs Pascua Yaqui and Hoonah Indian Association bills Obama signs Pascua Yaqui and Hoonah Indian Association bills
Bill places land in trust for Pascua Yaqui Tribe and recognizes subsistence rights of Hoonah Indian Association.
NIEA heads to Capitol Hill to advocate for Native language bills NIEA heads to Capitol Hill to advocate for Native language bills
President Barack Obama has seen first-hand how Native language programs are creating a new generation of speakers.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets business meeting on bills Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets business meeting on bills
Bills affect Native languages, land-into-trust for tribes in Montana, Nevada and Mexico and a governance issue for the Miami Nation of Oklahoma.
Protest targets disenrollments within Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Protest targets disenrollments within Saginaw Chippewa Tribe
The Michigan tribe is removing 234 people from the rolls.
Law Article: Supreme Court sends reminder on tribal immunity Law Article: Supreme Court sends reminder on tribal immunity
Attorneys discuss the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bay Mills Indian Community.
KGOU: Indian Times review of news affecting Oklahoma tribes KGOU: Indian Times review of news affecting Oklahoma tribes
This week, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes leadership ruling, Cobell settlement delays and tribal climate change program.
At least 10 tribes adopt laws to recognize same-sex mariage At least 10 tribes adopt laws to recognize same-sex mariage
The Coquille Tribe of Oregon was the first to go public with its equality marriage ordinance.
Charles Roessel: BIE reform plan includes teacher certification Charles Roessel: BIE reform plan includes teacher certification
Monty Roessel, the director of the Bureau of Indian Education, and Ronald Thorpe, the president of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, announce partnership for teacher certification.
Grand Ronde Tribes disenroll 86 descendants of treaty signer Grand Ronde Tribes disenroll 86 descendants of treaty signer
The family members plan to pursue an appeal in tribal court.
BIA hosts scoping meeting on Paiute Tribe land-into-trust bid BIA hosts scoping meeting on Paiute Tribe land-into-trust bid
The tribe wants to use 174 acres near Zion National Park for economic development.
Unsettled: Passamaquoddy Tribe awaits constitutional reform Unsettled: Passamaquoddy Tribe awaits constitutional reform
The Portland Press Herald wraps up its Unsettled series with a story about the need for a joint constitution for the Passamaquoddy Tribe.
Puyallup fashion designer competes for prize in Project Runway Puyallup fashion designer competes for prize in Project Runway
Korina Emmerich is a member of the Puyallup Tribe of Washington.
Troy Eid: Marijuana experiment in Colorado hurts Indian youth Troy Eid: Marijuana experiment in Colorado hurts Indian youth
Attorney Troy Eid, the chairman of the Indian Law and Order Commission, calls on Congress to address the legalization of marijuana in states like Colorado.
Native Sun News: President of Oglala Sioux Tribe dodges bullets Native Sun News: President of Oglala Sioux Tribe dodges bullets
The attempt to unseat the current President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe has failed.
Tim Giago: Lakota and Pueblo Indians on Pine Ridge Reservation Tim Giago: Lakota and Pueblo Indians on Pine Ridge Reservation
We were all one big family of Lakota and Pueblo Indians living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation thanks to the Texas ranchers who sent their cattle through New Mexico to Dakota Territory.

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