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Jay Daniels: Energy mismanagement at BIA isn't anything new Jay Daniels: Energy mismanagement at BIA isn't anything new
After more than 118 years, we are still experiencing problems and difficulties in oil and gas development on Indian land.
Joel Reynolds: Saying goodbye to Native elder Bobby Andrew Joel Reynolds: Saying goodbye to Native elder Bobby Andrew
I didn't expect the Pebble Mine would outlast Bobby Andrew. He was a fighter who never seemed to get tired.
Review: Buffy Sainte-Marie hits hard with 'Power in the Blood' Review: Buffy Sainte-Marie hits hard with 'Power in the Blood'
While her musical influences come from all over the place, she filters them through her creativity to express deep thoughts and feelings.
Miccosukee Tribe vows to protect water quality of Everglades Miccosukee Tribe vows to protect water quality of Everglades
Chairman Colley Billie remembers drinking straight from the Everglades before it became contaminated by agricultural runoff and other development.
Muckleshoot Tribe hosts season opener for Indian horse races Muckleshoot Tribe hosts season opener for Indian horse races
The Carlson team team from the Blackfeet Nation in Montana took home the top prize in the Indian relay.
Cherokee Nation starts work on tribal headquarters expansion Cherokee Nation starts work on tribal headquarters expansion
The W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex in Tahlequah will see the addition of a second floor to accommodate more employees and visitors.
South Dakota official claims non-Indians can't use marijuana South Dakota official claims non-Indians can't use marijuana
Attorney General Marty Jackley believes the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe can't legalize the drug for non-Indian consumers.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe plants new garden Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe plants new garden
Community members took the first step toward food sovereignty on the Rosebud Reservation and planted a variety of vegetables in a one acre garden.
First Nations attorney wears regalia to law society ceremony First Nations attorney wears regalia to law society ceremony
Christina Gray will the first person to wear a Tsimshian button blanket and cedar hat to the bar ceremony.
Yurok Tribe to launch ferry to ease travel time on reservation Yurok Tribe to launch ferry to ease travel time on reservation
Passengers will be able to get from Klamath to Sregon Village in just 45 minutes, eliminating a three-hour drive.
Southern Ute Tribe loses bid to stop fracking rule on reservation Southern Ute Tribe loses bid to stop fracking rule on reservation
A federal judge denied a motion for a temporary restraining order but will proceed to the merits of the case.
Alaska Native man stabbed to death at Yakama Nation home Alaska Native man stabbed to death at Yakama Nation home
Donald Edwards, 42, was attacked at a Father’s Day barbecue on the reservation.
Mary Annette Pember: Boarding schools leave impact in US too Mary Annette Pember: Boarding schools leave impact in US too
Many more Native children were harmed in the U.S. than in Canada by boarding schools.
Elizabeth Hawksworth: Church owes apology to Native people Elizabeth Hawksworth: Church owes apology to Native people
I stand up now for the thousands of my brothers and sisters who were killed in the Canadian residential school genocide.
Comment sought on potential change to  name of Devils Tower Comment sought on potential change to name of Devils Tower
The current name is a mistranslation of the Lakota term for the sacred Mahto Tipila, or Bear Lodge.
Pine Ridge Reservation school receives $218K for youth suicide Pine Ridge Reservation school receives $218K for youth suicide
The Oglala Sioux Tribe has declared an emergency in response to a large number of suicide and suicide attempts among youth.
Chippewa Cree Tribe faces additional review of federal funding Chippewa Cree Tribe faces additional review of federal funding
At least 18 people on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana have been caught stealing and auditors are worried about fraud.
BIA officer saves woman from robbery and kidnapping in Utah BIA officer saves woman from robbery and kidnapping in Utah
The incident started in Salt Lake City and ended on the reservation of the Ute Tribe.
Native Sun News: Oglala Lakota College celebrates a milestone Native Sun News: Oglala Lakota College celebrates a milestone
When the graduating class in Social Work from the He Sapa Campus of Oglala Lakota College were asked what they wanted for their graduation ceremony, they said caps and gowns and Black Hills gold rings.
Mark Trahant: National Aboriginal Day stirs new hope in Canada Mark Trahant: National Aboriginal Day stirs new hope in Canada
For nearly two decades, Canadians have celebrated June 21 as a national holiday to honor the Inuit, First Nations and Metis people.

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