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Alaska governor pursues appeal in landmark land-into-trust case Alaska governor pursues appeal in landmark land-into-trust case
Alaska Natives who were looking for a new era in tribal-state relations have seen their dreams dashed by the state's top leaders.
Blue Lake Rancheria breaks ground on 'microgrid' energy system Blue Lake Rancheria breaks ground on 'microgrid' energy system
The project consists of solar, biomass and diesel components that will supply power to the reservation.
Mary Bishop: Beware of bringing land-into-trust process to Alaska Mary Bishop: Beware of bringing land-into-trust process to Alaska
Marijuana is considered by some to be the next avenue to wealth for Indian country after casinos, which are currently not allowed in Alaska — but that, too, can change.
Mississippi Choctaws vote again for chief after results invalidated Mississippi Choctaws vote again for chief after results invalidated
Phyllis Anderson was sworn into office last month but the tribal council overturned her victory by ordering a new vote.
Lummi Nation sends totem pole on long trip to oppose coal project Lummi Nation sends totem pole on long trip to oppose coal project
The 22-foot tall totem pole is making a 1,300-mile journey through the United States and Canada.
President Obama to visit Native villages on historic trip to Alaska President Obama to visit Native villages on historic trip to Alaska
The president will be the first to visit the Arctic when he touches down in the Native community of Kotzebue.
Sun'aq Tribe concerned after 30 large whales die in Gulf of Alaska Sun'aq Tribe concerned after 30 large whales die in Gulf of Alaska
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is investigating what is being called an 'unusual mortality event' in Alaska.
Housing rental ad in Saskatchewan requested 'No Natives please' Housing rental ad in Saskatchewan requested 'No Natives please'
The racist ad stated that the landlord 'will not consider aboriginals' for the house in Prince Albert.
Ute Tribe helped search for boy who spent 28 hours alone in forest Ute Tribe helped search for boy who spent 28 hours alone in forest
Malachi Bradley got separated from his family in a national forest that borders the Uintah and Ouray Reservation.
Mike Myers: Choosing a path between sovereignty or colonization Mike Myers: Choosing a path between sovereignty or colonization
Both Canada and the U.S. have made moves to diminish the international concept of self-determination in its application to Indigenous nations and peoples.
Charles Kader: Boy Scouts continue to play with our tribal cultures Charles Kader: Boy Scouts continue to play with our tribal cultures
Weeding out the turkey feathers and shabby Halloween costumes should not be left to their existing Native allies, but could be resolved by the process of organizational renewal itself.
Harlan McKosato: Sending my mother home in the traditional way Harlan McKosato: Sending my mother home in the traditional way
In the hustle and bustle of the 21st Century, it’s not easy to drop everything and tend to your tribal traditions.
Leon Matthews: Lakota people carry on a long tradition of sharing Leon Matthews: Lakota people carry on a long tradition of sharing
Our people take care of each other and you can see this through the way we use our money.
Native Sun News: Behind the scenes with Indian relay racing team Native Sun News: Behind the scenes with Indian relay racing team
Relay racing is now a major Indian rodeo event. Yet, media coverage of this wild melee is normally limited to an amazing photo of the winning team, colorful and bold.
Native Sun News: Tribes respond to toxic spill at abandoned mine Native Sun News: Tribes respond to toxic spill at abandoned mine
Tribal government officials and grassroots organizers carried on their emergency response efforts from a 3-million-gallon 'blowout' of toxic mine waste that polluted the Animas River on the Southern Ute Reservation and the San Juan River in the Navajo Nation.

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