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South Dakota county resists settlement in Indian voting case South Dakota county resists settlement in Indian voting case
Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe have to make a one-hour round trip to register to vote and exercise their basic rights.
Paskenta Band to proceed with lawsuit against former officials Paskenta Band to proceed with lawsuit against former officials
The tribe has sued several former officials and employees, who will have to answer to claims that they stole millions of dollars.
BIE schedules Advisory Board for Exceptional Children meeting BIE schedules Advisory Board for Exceptional Children meeting
Indian children with disabilities represent about 13 percent of the student population in Bureau of Indian Education schools.
Court backs conviction for synthetic marijuana at Lower Brule Court backs conviction for synthetic marijuana at Lower Brule
A divided panel of the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the legality of a search where tribal officers found the drug.
Jay Daniels: KIDS Act punishes tribes for exercising sovereignty Jay Daniels: KIDS Act punishes tribes for exercising sovereignty
Estimates are that tribal legalization of marijuana could be a a greater revenue source than gaming.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe extends police service to ancestral land St. Regis Mohawk Tribe extends police service to ancestral land
A new law resolves a jurisdictional void in a 2,000-acre area known as the Hogansburg Triangle.
Menominee Nation prepares for referendum on legal marijuana Menominee Nation prepares for referendum on legal marijuana
Tribal members will help determine whether the drug will be approved for medicinal and recreational uses.
Jemez Pueblo faces questions over traffic tickets to non-Indians Jemez Pueblo faces questions over traffic tickets to non-Indians
New Mexico's chief of police is threatening to withdraw law enforcement commissions after learning about the tribe's practices.
Alaska Federation of Natives hosts welcome event for Obama Alaska Federation of Natives hosts welcome event for Obama
The president will focus on climate change during his first extended visit to the 49th state.
Marsha Small: Loss of bison led to rise of diabetes among tribes Marsha Small: Loss of bison led to rise of diabetes among tribes
To the people whose roots run deepest in Montana, almost nothing has inflicted more environmental and economic harm than eliminating wild buffalo.
Editorial: Symposium focuses on race and healing in Montana Editorial: Symposium focuses on race and healing in Montana
Sometimes, the hardest things to talk about are exactly those which need to be discussed the most.
Editorial: Crow Tribe moves toward prosperity with coal project Editorial: Crow Tribe moves toward prosperity with coal project
The Crow Tribe has been forced to wait for its chance to lift itself up by its bootstraps and achieve the American dream.
Gordon Jackson: Land-into-trust brings hope for Alaska tribes Gordon Jackson: Land-into-trust brings hope for Alaska tribes
The state’s indifference to Alaska Natives continues, especially in its abrogation of basic services to Alaska Native villages.
Opinion: Andrew Jackson should be the one who faces removal Opinion: Andrew Jackson should be the one who faces removal
Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which forced American Indian tribes to leave their homes and property in southern states to make way for white settlers and cotton.
Editorial: Church wrong to use Indian children to raise money Editorial: Church wrong to use Indian children to raise money
Two wrongs have made nothing right in the hushed settlement between the Northern Cheyenne tribe and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Great Falls-Billings.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne woman joins fire crew Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne woman joins fire crew
Ariel Rodriquez, at age 23 got tired of holding down desk, waitress and in-side summer jobs to help finance her college education.
Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must step up and address suicide Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must step up and address suicide
It is a small beginning but the problem of teen suicide in Indian Country is growing and it must be faced head-on and a solution found.
Scottie Addison: Rainbow Gathering respects tribal traditions Scottie Addison: Rainbow Gathering respects tribal traditions
Understand that the Rainbow Gathering is a spiritual pilgrimage open to all, welcoming many beliefs and inclusive of many cultures.

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