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Tribal members see successes in Washington political races Tribal members see successes in Washington political races
Tribal members won 10 races for city, county and school board positions across the state.
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate chairman suspended a second time Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate chairman suspended a second time
Chairman Bruce Renville is facing a removal hearing on November 17, his second in the last three months.
Former police chief from Swinomish Tribe sentenced for theft Former police chief from Swinomish Tribe sentenced for theft
Thomas J. Schlicker admitted that he stole more than $33,000 from the tribe by directing funds to a secret bank account.
Editorial: Muscogee Nation brings on new leader in James Floyd Editorial: Muscogee Nation brings on new leader in James Floyd
Congratulations to James Floyd, principal chief-elect of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
BIA takes aim at housing with new regulation and agreement BIA takes aim at housing with new regulation and agreement
The agency isn't typically known for its housing initiatives but a key program helps tribal members with critical needs despite inadequate funding.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Respect treaty right to cross borders Doug George-Kanentiio: Respect treaty right to cross borders
Canada has refused to acknowledge that Native nations have the right to cross the border unimpeded.
Vice chairman of Nisqually Tribe awaits sentence in theft case Vice chairman of Nisqually Tribe awaits sentence in theft case
William Frank admitted he stole more than $50,000 from two tribal bank accounts.
Squaxin Island Tribe to open marijuana store on November 12 Squaxin Island Tribe to open marijuana store on November 12
The store in Shelton, Washington, is the first marijuana retail outlet in Indian Country.
President of Navajo Nation vetoes $20M loan for new aircraft President of Navajo Nation vetoes $20M loan for new aircraft
President Russell Begaye raised concerns about the need for the loan and the collateral.
Omaha Tribe to continue with studies of marijuana and hemp Omaha Tribe to continue with studies of marijuana and hemp
Chairman Vernon Miller wasn't worried about a setback for a tribe in neighboring South Dakota.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe feared raid of marijuana resort Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe feared raid of marijuana resort
A meeting with Department of Justice officials in Washington, D.C., raised some significant legal issues.
Native youth panel for Native American Heritage Month event Native youth panel for Native American Heritage Month event
Three young tribal members who are making a difference in their communities will speak at the Center for Native American Youth.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala youth continues community work Lakota Country Times: Oglala youth continues community work
Janay Jumping Eagle gained notoriety when she chose to combat the epidemic of youth suicide on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation head on by spreading a message of hope.
James Giago Davies: The oldest skeleton hiding in my closet James Giago Davies: The oldest skeleton hiding in my closet
I like to think of myself as a compassionate person of conscience, and that I identify definitively as such, has been an important part of my life.
DOI hosts opening event for Native American Heritage Month DOI hosts opening event for Native American Heritage Month
Raina Thiele, an Alaska Native woman who works at the White House, will deliver remarks.
Roger Birdbear: Unemployment still an issue in Indian Country Roger Birdbear: Unemployment still an issue in Indian Country
If there is work to be found, people available to work, and hiring policies that ensure tribal members can get work, why does high unemployment remain a problem?

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