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Leader of United Keetoowah Band faces impeachment hearing Leader of United Keetoowah Band faces impeachment hearing
Two council members are accusing Chief George Wickliffe of misappropriating tribal funds, violating his oath of office and approving payments without approval.
Santa Clara Pueblo received small amount for city's use of land Santa Clara Pueblo received small amount for city's use of land
The New Mexico tribe received just $31,784 for letting the city of Espanola use its lands for water and sewer lines.
Forest County Potawatomi Tribe hosts unique graduating class Forest County Potawatomi Tribe hosts unique graduating class
The tribe entered into a partnership with Nicolet College in Wisconsin to offer classes to employees.
Bernie Sanders promises to tackle inequality in Indian Country Bernie Sanders promises to tackle inequality in Indian Country
The Democratic presidential candidate earned an endorsement from John Yellow Bird Steele, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Sen. Rounds seeks support for audit into Indian Health Service Sen. Rounds seeks support for audit into Indian Health Service
'Tribal members are literally dying due to inadequate care,' the Republican lawmaker from South Dakota said.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs taking quick action on bills Senate Committee on Indian Affairs taking quick action on bills
In the last two months alone, the committee has sent 11 bills to the Senate floor.
South Dakota governor sees criticism for remarks on sacred site South Dakota governor sees criticism for remarks on sacred site
Gov. Dennis Daugaard (R) is claiming that his remarks to the Rosebud Sioux Tribe were 'his personal opinion' and were separate from the state's opposition to a land-into-trust application for a sacred site.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe seeks halt to construction of pipeline Standing Rock Sioux Tribe seeks halt to construction of pipeline
Work on the Iowa portion of the 1,100-mile Dakota Access Pipeline is due to start next week.
Blackfeet citizens want to join lawsuit over lease at sacred site Blackfeet citizens want to join lawsuit over lease at sacred site
The Montana tribe celebrated when the Interior Department canceled an energy lease in the Badger-Two Medicine Area but litigation is still pending in federal court.
Eastern Cherokees go free of debt after paying off $96M in loans Eastern Cherokees go free of debt after paying off $96M in loans
The payment covers the costs associated with a new hospital and a new waste water treatment plant on the North Carolina reservation.
Chumash Tribe blasts lawmaker who opposes land-into-trust bill Chumash Tribe blasts lawmaker who opposes land-into-trust bill
The newly elected leader of the tribe is taking aim at Rep. Lois Capps (D-California) after she endorsed a proposed marine sanctuary on ancestral Chumash land.
Albert Bender: Navajo woman gunned down by police officer in border town Albert Bender: Navajo woman gunned down by police officer in border town
Who should be considered credible? Border town police who have a reputation for wantonly abusing and killing Native people?
Chitimacha Tribe cheers boaters for 20-mile race to reservation Chitimacha Tribe cheers boaters for 20-mile race to reservation
The Tour du Teche event starts in New Iberia and ends at the tribe's boat launch in Charenton, Louisiana.
Warm Springs Tribes back measure to block water bottling plant Warm Springs Tribes back measure to block water bottling plant
The world's largest food company wants to tap into a local spring and market the water but tribal members say the project threatens their treaty rights and way of life.
Seven accused of defrauding Oglala Sioux Tribe in bond scheme Seven accused of defrauding Oglala Sioux Tribe in bond scheme
Federal authorities accused the defendants of cheating a tribal corporation and investors of more than $60 million.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe depends on its women Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe depends on its women
There was only one appropriate column topic for last week – Mothers’ Day reflections, which should have been written in advance.
Gabe Galanda: Companies still abusing Indian Arts and Crafts Act Gabe Galanda: Companies still abusing Indian Arts and Crafts Act
Indian artists should be allowed to assume their rightful place at the center of the digital Indian arts and crafts market—not relegated to its margins.
Native Sun News: Group provides housing to families of inmates Native Sun News: Group provides housing to families of inmates
Family Connection’s hospitality houses provide housing and facilities to support visiting families who may not be able to afford a local hotel/motel room or have family in Sioux Falls to stay during prison visits.

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