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San Carlos Apache Tribe welcomes designation at sacred Oak Flat San Carlos Apache Tribe welcomes designation at sacred Oak Flat
The ceremonial and gathering site is on the National Register of Historic Places but the tribe says the fight to protect Oak Flat from a copper mine is far from over.
Mary Annette Pember: Bad River Band citizens battle drug abuse Mary Annette Pember: Bad River Band citizens battle drug abuse
After seeing the high rates of heroin use and overdose, and a dramatic increase in rates of HIV and Hepatitis C, Bad River members formed Gwayakobimaadiziwin or 'making changes to make things right in your life.'
Mark Trahant: Bernie Sanders elevates Indian issues in 2016 race Mark Trahant: Bernie Sanders elevates Indian issues in 2016 race
It's the policy goals — yes, even full funding for Indian health — that we need to keep working to make so.
Bernie Sanders discusses Indian issues at rally on Navajo Nation Bernie Sanders discusses Indian issues at rally on Navajo Nation
The Democratic presidential candidate is the only one who has visited Indian Country during the 2016 campaign.
Blackfeet Nation wants all energy leases canceled at sacred site Blackfeet Nation wants all energy leases canceled at sacred site
The battle to protect the Badger-Two Medicine Area in Montana isn't over as 17 oil and gas leases remain.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Politicians and voters ignore Constitution Ivan Star Comes Out: Politicians and voters ignore Constitution
When I saw this Trump character wildly ranting to huge crowds of frantic well-wishers, mimicking Adolph Hitler, I raised an eyebrow.
Native Sun News: Montana grant program open to tribal members Native Sun News: Montana grant program open to tribal members
Under the recently expanded Montana Indian Equity Fund for Small Business, tribal members can apply for grants of up to $14,000 to start or expand a small business, both off and on reservation.
Steve Russell: A 'House of Horrors' with President Donald Trump Steve Russell: A 'House of Horrors' with President Donald Trump
In Trumpland, Cherokee Nation v. Georgia does not matter because he is prepared to abrogate treaties with nations not labeled 'domestic, dependent.'

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