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Robert Flying Hawk: Hate and racism too common in Rapid City Robert Flying Hawk: Hate and racism too common in Rapid City
The Yankton Sioux Tribe wishes to express its extreme disdain for what can only be described as hate-fueled and racist conduct directed at a group of Lakota youth.
Chumash Tribe welcomes county sheriff deputies to reservation Chumash Tribe welcomes county sheriff deputies to reservation
The tribe is paying for the salaries of four full-time officers who will be stationed on the reservation.
Washington bill authorizes tribal-state marijuana agreements Washington bill authorizes tribal-state marijuana agreements
The Suquamish Tribe supports the measure, Chairman Leonard Forsman said.
Petroglyph National Monument marred by trash and vandalism Petroglyph National Monument marred by trash and vandalism
People have been spray painting on the ancient rock art at the monument.
Opinion: MazaCoin offers economic freedom for Indian Country Opinion: MazaCoin offers economic freedom for Indian Country
Cryptocurrencies like MazaCoin threaten to undermine the imposed Western-dominated capitalist structure that has long trapped indigenous peoples in a cycle of poverty and exploitative violence.
Navajo Nation Supreme Court to issue ruling in election dispute Navajo Nation Supreme Court to issue ruling in election dispute
At issue is legislation passed by the Navajo Nation Council to authorize an entirely new presidential election.
Editorial: Navajo Nation sees progress in border town relations Editorial: Navajo Nation sees progress in border town relations
Testimony at a Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission hearing in Farmington last week provided reason for hope.
Congress approves measure to authorize Keystone XL Pipeline Congress approves measure to authorize Keystone XL Pipeline
The only two enrolled tribal members in Congress -- Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) and Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma) -- voted for the bill.
Native Sun News: Second beer splashing incident investigated Native Sun News: Second beer splashing incident investigated
On the evening of Friday, Jan. 30, Kristen Hunter, a Lakota cowgirl from Allen, invited two of her best friends, Danielle Hudspeth and D. Young Man II, to the XTreme Bulls Tour.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe leaves elders in lurch Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe leaves elders in lurch
Sometimes it grows wearisome to be a poor Indian living on a reservation, barely skating by, living from the first to the first.
Peter d'Errico: Obama touches sore spot with Christianity remark Peter d'Errico: Obama touches sore spot with Christianity remark
Historical records show that Christianity was very violent during long periods of its development.

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