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Tribal college freshman headed to national rodeo championships Tribal college freshman headed to national rodeo championships
Rodeo is a family affair for Delvecchio Kaye, a young member of the Navajo Nation.
Bill introduced to exempt Indian Country from sequestration cuts Bill introduced to exempt Indian Country from sequestration cuts
Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) and Sen. Tom Udall (D-New Mexico) warn that the cuts could return in 2016 unless Congress takes action.
Column: Cheyenne outbreak was part of bloody history in Nebraska Column: Cheyenne outbreak was part of bloody history in Nebraska
The Cheyenne Outbreak proved to be 'the bloodiest chapter' of Fort Robinson’s history and one of the major battles of the Indian Wars.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Victory with Mohawk land claim in Canada Doug George-Kanentiio: Victory with Mohawk land claim in Canada
I recall my uncle, the late Angus George-Sohahiio, talking about the lost area of Dundee and how he believed the Mohawk people had that area of Akwesasne stolen from them.
Mille Lacs Band invests $35M in big renovation of Twin Cities hotel Mille Lacs Band invests $35M in big renovation of Twin Cities hotel
The rebranding of the InterContinental St. Paul-Riverfront will be complete in September.
DOI sends over $230M in offers to Indian landowners in Montana DOI sends over $230M in offers to Indian landowners in Montana
The offers went out to nearly 12,000 owners on the Fort Belknap Indian Community and the Fort Peck Reservation.
Former Lumbee Tribe chairman Jimmy Goins killed in car accident Former Lumbee Tribe chairman Jimmy Goins killed in car accident
Jimmy Goins led the tribe from 2004 to 2010 and was a strong advocate for federal recognition.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds hearing on victim services Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds hearing on victim services
American Indians and Alaska Natives are more likely to be victimized than any other racial or ethnic group.
Supreme Court needs more time to review tribal jurisdiction case Supreme Court needs more time to review tribal jurisdiction case
Dollar General, a publicly-traded company with $17.5 billion in revenues, is trying to avoid the jurisdiction of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
James Cadwell: Let's break the cycle and honor Native graduates James Cadwell: Let's break the cycle and honor Native graduates
As the last names of this year’s graduates were announced in Chamberlain you could hear the drum group singers gain strength with this year's honor song.
Native Sun News: Community leaders save Rapid City's reputation Native Sun News: Community leaders save Rapid City's reputation
In response to recent events regarding acts of racism, the community of Rapid City has stepped up to save the reputation of their beloved town.
Mississippi Choctaws in final stretch of campaign for chief position Mississippi Choctaws in final stretch of campaign for chief position
Phyliss J. Anderson, the first woman to lead the tribe, is facing a challenge from the man she defeated four years ago.
Jemez Pueblo reports high graduation rate at small charter school Jemez Pueblo reports high graduation rate at small charter school
The tribe started the Walatowa Charter High School to emphasize Pueblo culture, history and language.
Opinion: U.S. and Canada hope Native people forget about genocide Opinion: U.S. and Canada hope Native people forget about genocide
We will never be able to reverse our wrongs. The only hope is that we forget, that they forget.
Interview: Chief Gary Batton of Choctaw Nation shares philosophy Interview: Chief Gary Batton of Choctaw Nation shares philosophy
The Durant Democrat interviews Chief Gary Batton, who is rounding out his first term as leader of the Choctaw Nation and is running for election in July.
Editorial: Repatriate Jim Thorpe to Sac and Fox Nation in Oklahoma Editorial: Repatriate Jim Thorpe to Sac and Fox Nation in Oklahoma
The burial site of Native American sports legend Jim Thorpe matters deeply to his sons and members of the Sac and Fox Nation in Oklahoma.
Top Chickasaw Nation leaders faced no challengers for re-election Top Chickasaw Nation leaders faced no challengers for re-election
Gov. Bill Anoatubby and Lt. Gov. Jefferson Keel will serve another four years in office.
Native Sun News: Lakota elders lauded for language preservation Native Sun News: Lakota elders lauded for language preservation
In the corner of the world that protected them from the systemic destruction of their Lakota Language, 241 Lakota elders were honored on May 28.
Winona LaDuke: Energy company hasn't been listening to tribes Winona LaDuke: Energy company hasn't been listening to tribes
The Enbridge Company’s Linda Coady, Senior Vice President of Sustainability, had come out from Calgary to have a 'Listening Session' with the Native community.
Steven Newcomb: Colonizers of Indian land now viewed as saints Steven Newcomb: Colonizers of Indian land now viewed as saints
From the viewpoint of the original nations overrun by the trajectory of empire, the Pioneer Mother is a colonizing mother.

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