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First Nations Experience to grow with $6M from San Manuel Band First Nations Experience to grow with $6M from San Manuel Band
The FNX TV station's daily viewership is 120,000 households
Mississippi Choctaws to hold grand opening for new $55M hospital Mississippi Choctaws to hold grand opening for new $55M hospital
The 180,000 square-foot facility will open to the public next month.
Opinion: Celebrate the Native origin of the Seattle Seahawks logo Opinion: Celebrate the Native origin of the Seattle Seahawks logo
Sometime in the 19th century, on the soggy, green coast of Vancouver Island, an artist sat down with some fresh cedar.
Nevada City Rancheria objects to leasing of land to another tribe Nevada City Rancheria objects to leasing of land to another tribe
Yuba County is leasing the land to the Tsi Akim Maidu Tribe.
Fifteen charged over theft of Yakama Nation scholarship money Fifteen charged over theft of Yakama Nation scholarship money
Federal prosecutors said $179,000 was stolen from the program.
Elderly member of Colville Tribes seriously injured in hit and run Elderly member of Colville Tribes seriously injured in hit and run
Isaac Wak Wak, who is in his 70s, was hit by a car as he was leaving the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver.
Seneca Nation doesn't foresee taking action on legal marijuana Seneca Nation doesn't foresee taking action on legal marijuana
The tribe's top attorney is studying the issue but doesn't anticipate major changes in the near future.
Judge orders self-proclaimed 'shaman' back to custody in Texas Judge orders self-proclaimed 'shaman' back to custody in Texas
Iron Thunderhorse claims he walked all the way to Connecticut to be with his 'ancestors.'
Criminal charges possible over mistreatment of Indian students Criminal charges possible over mistreatment of Indian students
One suspect has been identified and assault, hate crime and child abuse charges might be filed.
Ivan Star: Ignoring alcoholism leads to destruction of the Lakota Ivan Star: Ignoring alcoholism leads to destruction of the Lakota
Nearly every household on the Pine Ridge Reservation is seriously affected by the devastating results of alcoholism.
Native Sun News: Alcohol a common factor in Rapid City murders Native Sun News: Alcohol a common factor in Rapid City murders
The three murders involving Native Americans in Rapid City this past year were all alcohol related
John Barrasso: Empowering Indian Country in the GOP Congress John Barrasso: Empowering Indian Country in the GOP Congress
During this Congress, the Committee will hold hearings and meet with tribal leaders on how Congress can help empower tribes.

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