Navajo Nation celebrates closure of liquor businesses in Arizona (September 4, 2015)
Three liquor stores that fell outside of tribal jurisdiction because they were located on fee land are now permanently closed.
Tribe questions fast-tracking of solar energy projects by Obama administration (September 4, 2015)
The traditional homelands of the Colorado River Indian Tribes are being targeted for solar energy development.
Member of Nez Perce Tribe helped develop video game character (September 4, 2015)
Thunder was in the original version of Killer Instinct but came with a somewhat stereotypical appearance.
Travel: Every member of Havasupai Tribe speaks their language (September 4, 2015)
Havasupai remains the first language on the remote reservation in Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.
Julianne Jennings: Strong reaction to campaign for Justice or Else (September 4, 2015)
Many news readers gorge themselves on media messages that fit their pre-existing views, rather than graze on different perspectives.
James Giago Davies: Imagining life for the Lakota with British rule (September 4, 2015)
Alternative histories are popular in fiction—what if Columbus hadn’t 'discovered' America, what if the Confederacy had won the Civil War, what if the Nazis had invented the atomic bomb first?
Native Sun News: Black Hills concert draws attention to treaties (September 4, 2015)
Participants from coast to coast gathered at the second annual Unity Concert for the Black Hills, which brought some 50 musical acts to an outdoor stage here on the banks of Elk Creek.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe approves FEMA contract (September 4, 2015)
The agreement will provide direct payments from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to both individual tribal members and the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Mark Trahant: Telling the story about tribal sovereignty in Alaska (September 4, 2015)
One story was missing from the national accounts of the president’s visit: the role of tribes in determining Alaska’s future.
Robert DesRosier: First responder network needs input from tribes (September 4, 2015)
The FirstNet network will improve citizen safety and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency response through cutting edge broadband communications.
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