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Cherokee Nation completes $10.7M expansion of health center Cherokee Nation completes $10.7M expansion of health center
The Redbird Smith Health Center in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, now boasts a 30,000 square-foot annex.
Sac and Fox Nation asks Supreme Court to hear Jim Thorpe case Sac and Fox Nation asks Supreme Court to hear Jim Thorpe case
The legendary athlete was about to buried on tribal land in Oklahoma in 1953 when his widow had the body taken to Pennsylvania instead.
Farmington Indian Center holds competition for new ambassador Farmington Indian Center holds competition for new ambassador
The competition, formerly known as the Miss Indian Farmington, will be open to young Native Americans of both genders.
Sen. Barrasso welcomes passage of bills to help Native children Sen. Barrasso welcomes passage of bills to help Native children
The Native American Children's Safety Act and the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act saw quick movement in the Senate Indian Affairs Committee this year.
Yvette Roubideaux to leave Obama administration after six years Yvette Roubideaux to leave Obama administration after six years
The physician, who is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, was the first woman to lead the Indian Health Service.
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby seeks another term Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby seeks another term
Gov. Bill Anoatubby has led the tribe since 1987 and has served seven terms in office.
Dahkota Kicking Bear Brown: School must eliminate racist mascot Dahkota Kicking Bear Brown: School must eliminate racist mascot
I have respect for your school, your students and your alumni but cannot condone the use of any race-based mascots, especially those that are a slur.
Coushatta Tribe reports results of election for two council seats Coushatta Tribe reports results of election for two council seats
David Sickey and Crystal Williams will each serve a four-year term on the council.
Appeals court opens leader of Miccosukee Tribe to IRS summons Appeals court opens leader of Miccosukee Tribe to IRS summons
Chairman Colley Billie claimed immunity but the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals said the tribe's sovereignty is not superior to that of the United States.
Television show pilot to be filmed on Washington reservations Television show pilot to be filmed on Washington reservations
The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, the Quileute Nation and the Quinault Nation will serve as settings for 'The Rainforest' by Capestany Films.
Native youth help First Lady Obama harvest White House garden Native youth help First Lady Obama harvest White House garden
Students from the Oglala Sioux Tribe Child Care and Development Program are taking part in the Let's Move! In Indian Country initiative.
Hopi Tribe trying to stop yet another auction of sacred property Hopi Tribe trying to stop yet another auction of sacred property
The Katsina Friends were sold for about $44,000 amid a silent protest from two women who were removed from the auction house in France.
Tulalip Tribes work to preserve language for future generations Tulalip Tribes work to preserve language for future generations
The tribe is hiring more teachers to expand education in the Lushootseed language.
Seminole Tribe inaugurates new leadership at historic oak tree Seminole Tribe inaugurates new leadership at historic oak tree
Chairman James Billie won re-election and will serve another four-year term as leader of the tribe.
Michael Champagne: We are all victims of residential school era Michael Champagne: We are all victims of residential school era
All Canadians are victims of Indian residential schools — whether you attended one of the schools, whether you're an inter-generationally affected relative, a parent left behind or a non-aboriginal person in Canada who was fed a false history.
Mary Annette Pember: Finding truth and reconciliation in Canada Mary Annette Pember: Finding truth and reconciliation in Canada
More than 7,000 walkers thronged through the streets of Ottawa on May 31 in a show of reconciliation and unity as the five-year investigation into the residential school era of Canada began coming to a close.
Mark Trahant: Indian Country's future shaped by technology use Mark Trahant: Indian Country's future shaped by technology use
American Indians and Alaska Natives have a long history of adapting to new technology.
Native Sun News: Tribes told of potential burials near Bear Butte Native Sun News: Tribes told of potential burials near Bear Butte
All the Tribal Historic Preservation Offices associated with the Bear Butte sacred protected area in Meade County have been notified about a study revealing burial sites on the proposed route of a controversial bypass road near the peak.

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