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Young member of Tigua Tribe drafted by major league baseball Young member of Tigua Tribe drafted by major league baseball
Justin Maese, 18, was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 3rd round of the draft.
Hualapai Tribe finishes remodel of grocery store and gas station Hualapai Tribe finishes remodel of grocery store and gas station
The 5,600 square-foot Walapai Market is located in historic Route 66 in Peach Springs, Arizona.
Tribes take interest in growing marijuana for medical purposes Tribes take interest in growing marijuana for medical purposes
Attorney Robert Odawi Porter believes more tribes will be launching operations within the next year or so.
Coushatta Tribe anticipates thousands for 20th annual powwow Coushatta Tribe anticipates thousands for 20th annual powwow
The festivities kick off tomorrow and run though Saturday at the Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, Louisiana.
Column: Pokagon Band avoided removal from ancestral territory Column: Pokagon Band avoided removal from ancestral territory
Potawatomi Chief Leopold Pokagon believed that if his tribe converted to Catholicism, it would be allowed to remain.
Landowners on Fort Belknap Reservation see $54M in Cobell offers Landowners on Fort Belknap Reservation see $54M in Cobell offers
The offers went out to more than 3,500 owners. The deadline to respond is July 18.
9th Circuit hears suit over remains removed from Navajo Nation 9th Circuit hears suit over remains removed from Navajo Nation
The National Park Service is holding onto 303 ancestors that were exhumed from Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
Americans of Indian and White heritage represent largest group Americans of Indian and White heritage represent largest group
A new study from Pew Research Center takes a look at America's growing multi-racial society.
Senate committee upset by testimony at victim services hearing Senate committee upset by testimony at victim services hearing
Lawmakers were told about high rates of crime on some reservations and were shocked by some of the statistics presented by tribal witnesses.
Thomas King: No justice for Native people with residential schools Thomas King: No justice for Native people with residential schools
I believe in justice. I can’t say I’ve seen that much of it in my lifetime, but I like the concept.
Judge sanctions plaintiffs and attorneys in Dakota land dispute Judge sanctions plaintiffs and attorneys in Dakota land dispute
The Wolfchild plaintiffs also were ordered to post a $200,000 appeal bond after losing yet another ruling in their long-running case.
Event commemorates 160th anniversary of Walla Walla council Event commemorates 160th anniversary of Walla Walla council
Thousands of tribal leaders and members gathered from May 29 through June 11 in 1855 to negotiate treaties.
Native Sun News: Tribal college opens 12th summer artist series Native Sun News: Tribal college opens 12th summer artist series
Oglala Lakota College opens its 12th Annual 'A Vision of Our History by Lakota Artists' summer artist series with featured artist Warren 'Guss' Yellow Hair.
Peter d'Errico: Book explores Mandan people's history of survival Peter d'Errico: Book explores Mandan people's history of survival
'Encounters at the Heart of the World' is a portrayal of Mandan survivance, in the face of Christian missionaries, proto-capitalist traders, Old World plagues, colonial usurpers, new technologies, and American military force.
Gyasi Ross: Let's take a lesson from Miccosukee Tribe on schools Gyasi Ross: Let's take a lesson from Miccosukee Tribe on schools
The Miccosukee Tribe recently showed that they will not forsake tribal history, language or storytelling anymore in the name of national standards.
House subcommittee hears views on tribal and Alaska Native bills House subcommittee hears views on tribal and Alaska Native bills
The hearing lacked the fireworks of the panel's last session but Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) still pushed hard for a Native veterans bill.
Native Sun News: Oglala family demands justice for slain mother Native Sun News: Oglala family demands justice for slain mother
On April 7, Jessie Waters went to the Oglala Sioux Tribal Court and petitioned the court for a temporary Protection Order against her boyfriend Duane Benson.

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