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Klamath Tribes report results of election for leadership positions Klamath Tribes report results of election for leadership positions
Don Gentry won a second, three-year term as chairman and Myra Gail Hatcher won the vice chairman's seat.
Cronkite News: Sports teams turn to tribes for naming rights deals Cronkite News: Sports teams turn to tribes for naming rights deals
Phoenix has an advantage over most markets because there are several Native American communities in the surrounding area, all wanting to promote their brands and with thriving casino operations to pay for it.
Leaders of Louisiana tribes in conflict over $48M relocation grant Leaders of Louisiana tribes in conflict over $48M relocation grant
The Isle de Jean Charles Band and the United Houma Nation are at odds over who gets to benefit from a Department of Housing and Urban Development grant.
Rosebud man selected as leader of South Dakota State University Rosebud man selected as leader of South Dakota State University
Barry Dunn plans to strengthen SDSU's relationships with tribal colleges in order to offer more educational opportunities for tribal students.
Lakota Country Times: Governor lectures tribe about sacred lands Lakota Country Times: Governor lectures tribe about sacred lands
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard stopped by the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Council’s April 21 meeting to discuss a number of issues -- including his appeal of Pe' Sla’s trust status designation.
Vi Waln: Rosebud Sioux Reservation plagued by abuse and assault cases Vi Waln: Rosebud Sioux Reservation plagued by abuse and assault cases
In researching the United States Attorney’s website, I found there have been 11 sexual assault cases brought against men from the Rosebud Reservation since January 2016.
James Giago Davies: Propaganda machine protects racist NFL mascot James Giago Davies: Propaganda machine protects racist NFL mascot
You see the distortion first hand, minds so propaganda duped they cannot see that calling a team the Washington Redskins is overtly racist.
Native Sun News: Navajo Nation chapter sues tribe over water deal Native Sun News: Navajo Nation chapter sues tribe over water deal
A local chapter of the largest U.S. tribal government is suing the legislative branch in tribal court to cancel a vote favoring a water rights settlement with the state of Utah.
Steven Newcomb: Tricking the original nations into reconciliation Steven Newcomb: Tricking the original nations into reconciliation
How do we go about restoring a friendship that has never existed between those societies and our Original Nations and Peoples?

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