Allison H. Eid doesn't have much of a record on Indian issues at the Colorado Supreme Court but her husband is well known for his advocacy efforts.
Chairman Floyd Azure said women and girls on the Montana reservation are selling themselves for drugs.
Sandia Pueblo bans media from upcoming Republican meeting (May 18, 2016)
The state Republican Party said it wasn't aware of the media ban until it was too late to change the venue.
The effort has been so successful that it is due to run out of money before a 10-year deadline imposed by the $3.4 billion settlement to the Cobell case.
DNA studies boost links between Native people and ancestors (May 18, 2016)
A scientist in Denmark is employing cutting-edge techniques to show how Native people are linked genetically to their ancestors in the Americas.
The Page-Ladson site dates back 14,400 years, forcing scientists to confront their claims about the settlement of the Americas.
AB Staffing Solutions will run the Winnebago, Rosebud and Pine Ridge hospitals in the Great Plains Area for at least one year.
Warm Springs Tribes secure vote against proposed water plant (May 18, 2016)
Nestle, the world's largest food company, wanted to tap into a spring in the tribe's treaty territory.
Mark Trahant: Indian Republican Tom Cole backs Donald Trump (May 18, 2016)
So what is a Republican candidate for Congress to do? Support Donald Trump and some of his nonsensical policies?
Bail revoked for defendant in Oglala Sioux Tribe bond scheme (May 18, 2016)
Jason Galanis and six other defendants -- including his father -- are facing criminal and civil charges in connection with the multi-million dollar scheme.
Fresh from a 500-mile relay run to prevent the Dakota Access Pipeline construction across Lakota Territory, Cheyenne River Sioux tribal youth Joseph White Eyes headed for the Land Down Under to speak out against a mammoth coal mine that threatens Aboriginal land and water.
Several people gathered in front of the Rosebud Police Department to protest the ongoing treatment of domestic violence and rape victims by police officers.
Tim Giago: Lakota people belong at the table in South Dakota (May 18, 2016)
The past is gone, but native South Dakotans can repair a lot of damage and greatly improve upon race relations if they stop thinking of the Lakota as a part of history that should be forgotten.
Native Sun News: Group aims to empower young Oglala citizens (May 18, 2016)
A small group of educated Oglala Lakota citizens have teamed up to empower their fellow 'millennials' to get involved in tribal government.
The Native people from this region were removed to reservations, and became an invisible population in Oregon for more than 100 years.
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