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Seattle Indian Health Board hires Esther Lucero as new executive Seattle Indian Health Board hires Esther Lucero as new executive
The organization has a new chief executive officer for the first time in 25 years.
Native women defend tribal jurisdiction in Supreme Court case Native women defend tribal jurisdiction in Supreme Court case
Native advocates are worried that the justices will send the wrong message to Native women and Native children, who are victimized at rates far higher than their counterparts.
Steve Russell: The guardian still tries to lecture wards on trust Steve Russell: The guardian still tries to lecture wards on trust
As the United States government careens once more to gridlock over paying its bills—past, present, and future—it might be a good idea for Indians to pick themselves up off the floor and quit laughing.
Review: Few of us really understand George Armstrong Custer Review: Few of us really understand George Armstrong Custer
Everyone thinks they know George Armstrong Custer, whether from school reports or TV and movies or crossword puzzles.
Dave Anderson rejoins Famous Dave's BBQ restaurant chain Dave Anderson rejoins Famous Dave's BBQ restaurant chain
The former head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs left his namesake company in early 2014 but is now back on board.
Colville Tribes expect to see $27.7M in Cobell buy-back offers Colville Tribes expect to see $27.7M in Cobell buy-back offers
The program has put more than $714 million into the hands of individual Indian landowners.
Menominee Nation slams DEA raid of industrial hemp operation Menominee Nation slams DEA raid of industrial hemp operation
Federal agents said they found over 30,000 marijuana plants on the reservation but the tribe insisted it was only growing hemp, a
Editorial: Make voting easier for Montana's original Americans Editorial: Make voting easier for Montana's original Americans
We have a longstanding belief on the Great Falls Tribune editorial board that government should make it easier, not more difficult, for people to vote for public office.
Native women report years of abuse at hands of police officers Native women report years of abuse at hands of police officers
Eight police officers in Val-d'Or, Quebec, have been placed on leave or transferred to administrative duty following allegations of abuse against Native women.
Carly McIntosh: Justin Trudeau campaigns on change in Canada Carly McIntosh: Justin Trudeau campaigns on change in Canada
Being the youngest child in the family, we all know that the youngest is the one to get the fantastic family news last.
House subcommittee takes up federal recognition bill at hearing House subcommittee takes up federal recognition bill at hearing
H.R.3764, the Tribal Recognition Act, strips the Bureau of Indian Affairs of its ability to recognize tribes.
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge football teams battle in 'ugly' game Native Sun News: Pine Ridge football teams battle in 'ugly' game
'We knew it was going to be an ugly game,' Little Wound Head Coach Russell Childree said after his visiting Mustangs stormed from behind, to defeat Pine Ridge rival the Red Cloud Crusaders, 34-14
Ruth Hopkins: Film depicts every Native stereotype imaginable Ruth Hopkins: Film depicts every Native stereotype imaginable
It shouldn’t surprise you that since I like horror movies, I’m a fan of Eli Roth. Wait, let me correct that. WAS a fan.
Charles Kader: The Sunday Rock and the fear of the unknown Charles Kader: The Sunday Rock and the fear of the unknown
The autumn morning frost clung to the edge of the glacial till boulder, in the shadows of the highway.

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