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Fish and Wildlife Service develops new tribal consultation policy Fish and Wildlife Service develops new tribal consultation policy
Officials will be holding two webinars next week and a consultation session next month to discuss the changes.
Gabe Galanda: Disenrollments are bankrupting our tribal nations Gabe Galanda: Disenrollments are bankrupting our tribal nations
To be sure, tribal per capita distributions are presently catalyzing the most severe form of Indian poverty.
Editorial: Enough is enough with Navajo Nation election drama Editorial: Enough is enough with Navajo Nation election drama
Sometimes, for the greater good, it is necessary to stop, let it go and move on.
Gila River Indian Community set to launch television service Gila River Indian Community set to launch television service
The Gila River Broadcasting Corporation will air tribally and Native-produced content.
Canadian man cleared of federal charges in eagle feather case Canadian man cleared of federal charges in eagle feather case
John P. Volpe is from the Nipissing First Nation but isn't enrolled in a U.S. tribe.
Opinion: No to land-into-trust for Shakopee Sioux Community Opinion: No to land-into-trust for Shakopee Sioux Community
My position has always been, and continues to be, that I'm opposed politically and philosophically to placing more land with fee title into trust status.
Editorial: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe should be open about funding Editorial: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe should be open about funding
Our reporters and members of this editorial board have traveled to the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe and have seen the poverty-stricken area.
Non-Indians refuse to pay rent to Colorado River Indian Tribes Non-Indians refuse to pay rent to Colorado River Indian Tribes
One holdout grosses about $150,000 a year from a mobile home park but won't pay any money due to the tribe under a lease.
Miami Nation to open office on ancestral homelands in Indiana Miami Nation to open office on ancestral homelands in Indiana
The tribe was based in Indiana before being removed to Kansas and then to Oklahoma.
Pinoleville Pomo Nation to use marijuana revenue for programs Pinoleville Pomo Nation to use marijuana revenue for programs
The tribe is the first in Indian Country to enter the legal marijuana industry.
Red Lake Nation backs study on medicinal marijuana and hemp Red Lake Nation backs study on medicinal marijuana and hemp
Any decision to move forward will require a vote of the people.
Native Sun News: Keeping homeless safe at Cheyenne River Native Sun News: Keeping homeless safe at Cheyenne River
The tiny building is aptly named, the Mustard Seed, because great things have been happening there.
Ivan Star: Successes and failures in Indian education system Ivan Star: Successes and failures in Indian education system
I have been admonished for trying to bring our history into the classroom here on the Pine Ridge.

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