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Cherokee Nation director didn't notice pigeon shoot at fundraiser Cherokee Nation director didn't notice pigeon shoot at fundraiser
The director said she wouldn't have recommended Chief Bill John Baker attend the event.
Winnebago Tribe's company secures $6.5M government contract Winnebago Tribe's company secures $6.5M government contract
All Native Solutions will provide furniture and equipment to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
Oglala Sioux chef plans to open unique restaurant in Minnesota Oglala Sioux chef plans to open unique restaurant in Minnesota
Sean Sherman plans to call his Twin Cities-area restaurant The Sioux Chef.
Steven Newcomb: NAGPRA case affirms conquest of Native people Steven Newcomb: NAGPRA case affirms conquest of Native people
Dissecting the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in White v. University of California.
Alaska court allows adoption of Native child by non-Native couple Alaska court allows adoption of Native child by non-Native couple
The court finds that the Native preference provisions in the Indian Child Welfare Act do not apply
Native woman faces alleged attacker in court after brutal assault Native woman faces alleged attacker in court after brutal assault
Marlene Bird, 47, was nearly killed and had to have her legs amputated.
Sen. Kaine asks BIA to be more flexible with federal recognition Sen. Kaine asks BIA to be more flexible with federal recognition
Tribes in Virginia are in a unique situation because most of their records were destroyed in a fire and purposely altered under a racist state law.
Opinion: FCC can't block broadcast of R-word on public airwaves Opinion: FCC can't block broadcast of R-word on public airwaves
Law professor argues that the Federal Communications Commission can't outlaw the use of racist terms on public airwaves regardless of the issues raised in a petition against the R-word.
Native Sun News: Montana schools observe Native American Day Native Sun News: Montana schools observe Native American Day
Friday, September 26 is recognized across Montana as Native American Heritage Day, a Day to recognize and celebrate Montana Native cultures, history and diversity.

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