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Kickapoo Tribe files criminal complaints against former leaders Kickapoo Tribe files criminal complaints against former leaders
The Kansas tribe is threatening Steve Cadue, a former longtime chairman, and two other ex-leaders with jail time and banishment.
Bureau of Indian Affairs adds more land to Shakopee Reservation Bureau of Indian Affairs adds more land to Shakopee Reservation
Another 240.71 acres is in trust for the Minnesota tribe, according to five notices published in the Federal Register.
Top leaders of Colorado River Indian Tribes face recall petitions Top leaders of Colorado River Indian Tribes face recall petitions
Chairman Dennis Patch, Treasurer Valerie Welsh-Tahbo and Secretary Amanda Barrera are being targeted by a tribal member.
Northwest tribes receive $204M in contract support costs case Northwest tribes receive $204M in contract support costs case
The money comes from a $940 settlement between the Bureau of Indian Affairs and nearly 700 tribes and tribal organizations.
Chippewa Cree Tribe yet to emerge from wide-ranging scandal Chippewa Cree Tribe yet to emerge from wide-ranging scandal
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Montana has uncovered a significant number of crimes on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in the last few years.
Alaska shuts down herring fishery after request from Sitka Tribe Alaska shuts down herring fishery after request from Sitka Tribe
Chairman Mike Baines said the egg gathering season was one of the worst in recent history.
Charles Wohlforth: Fixing Alaska's racially biased justice system Charles Wohlforth: Fixing Alaska's racially biased justice system
If you are Alaska Native, you are more than three times more likely than a white Alaskan to be imprisoned.
Virginia to dedicate marker at site of clashes with tribes in 1700s Virginia to dedicate marker at site of clashes with tribes in 1700s
According to historical sources, Shawnee warriors attacked European settlers at Kerr's Creek in 1759 and 1763.
Mike Myers: Donald Trump advances the destructive agenda of the West Mike Myers: Donald Trump advances the destructive agenda of the West
Don’t be surprised at what you see because this is an accurate rendering of the type of person required to advance the destructive agenda of the West.
Judge lifts injunction in hemp dispute on Pine Ridge Reservation Judge lifts injunction in hemp dispute on Pine Ridge Reservation
Citing changes in the legal landscape, a federal judge opened the door for Alex White Plume, a former president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, to cultivate hemp again.
Oklahoma named at highest risk of human-induced earthquakes Oklahoma named at highest risk of human-induced earthquakes
Hydraulic fracturing has put Oklahoma at the top of a list of states with the highest risk of human-induced earthquakes in 2016.
Lakota Country Times: South Dakota continues Medicaid debate Lakota Country Times: South Dakota continues Medicaid debate
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (R) seems to have heavily weighed the merits of Medicaid expansion prior to announcing that he would not pursue it during this legislative session.
Vi Waln: Remembering women who contributed to Lakota society Vi Waln: Remembering women who contributed to Lakota society
Aske Win is one of our Lakota ancestors. Remember her in your prayers.
Editorial: South Dakota must own up to its ugly role in genocide Editorial: South Dakota must own up to its ugly role in genocide
We cannot change the past but we can at least own up to the ugly as well as the good.
Native Sun News: Attorney discusses long-running Black Hills case Native Sun News: Attorney discusses long-running Black Hills case
Attorney Mario Gonzales and the Native Sun News discuss the long history of the Black Hills land claim.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Commune urged to decolonize stolen lands Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Commune urged to decolonize stolen lands
Black Bear Ranch was founded ironically on the slogan 'free land for a free people,' apparently oblivious to the fact that the land was stolen in the first place.
Gyasi Ross: Indian Country continues our struggle with diabetes Gyasi Ross: Indian Country continues our struggle with diabetes
I don’t have any quick solutions; I do know that the answers are within our communities and us.

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