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Mark Trahant: A Native vote victory for Tawna Sanchez in Oregon Mark Trahant: A Native vote victory for Tawna Sanchez in Oregon
To me it’s cool that Tawna Sanchez will represent Portland neighborhoods in the Oregon Legislature.
Indian Health Service announces more hires at troubled hospital Indian Health Service announces more hires at troubled hospital
The Omaha Winnebago Hospital in Nebraska can no longer bill for Medicaid and Medicare after losing certification last summer.
Indian relay racers gear up for event hosted by Muckleshoot Tribe Indian relay racers gear up for event hosted by Muckleshoot Tribe
Indian Country will be able to catch all of the action on the Emerald Downs website.
Agua Caliente Band launches software development company Agua Caliente Band launches software development company
Fusion Resource Solutions develops applications and software for the hospitality industry.
New leader selected for HUD's Office of Native American Programs New leader selected for HUD's Office of Native American Programs
Heidi J. Frechette, who is Menominee, Brothertown and Stockbridge-Munsee, was selected after an eight-month recruitment process.
Leader of United Keetoowah Band ousted through impeachment Leader of United Keetoowah Band ousted through impeachment
Chief George Wickliffe was accused of misappropriating tribal funds, violating the constitution and approving payments without approval.
Three tribes enter cooperative agreements for buy-back program Three tribes enter cooperative agreements for buy-back program
The Bad River Band in Wisconsin, the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and the Yakama Nation in Washington will educate landowners about the effort.
Keepseagle attorneys open application process for $38M in grants Keepseagle attorneys open application process for $38M in grants
Grants will be awarded to non-profits, tribal programs and educational institutions that provide services to Native farmers and ranchers.
Indian Health Service reform efforts gaining steam on Capitol Hill Indian Health Service reform efforts gaining steam on Capitol Hill
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs will hold a field hearing on S.2953, the Indian Health Service Accountability Act, in June.
John McCoy: Disenrollment efforts and blood quantum policies are not our way John McCoy: Disenrollment efforts and blood quantum policies are not our way
Disenrollment is fueled by greed—pure and simple.
Sen. Barrasso to chair platform committee for GOP convention Sen. Barrasso to chair platform committee for GOP convention
A face familiar to Indian Country has landed a key role in developing the platform for the Republican Party.
Cronkite News: Tribes seek return of property up for sale in France Cronkite News: Tribes seek return of property up for sale in France
Tribal and federal officials called the planned sale of Indian remains and sacred objects at a French auction 'disrespectful and fundamentally wrong' and called for the return of the items.
Fort Peck Tribes oppose new directive on transgender students Fort Peck Tribes oppose new directive on transgender students
The tribal council voted 7-0 to in favor a policy that requires 'separate public use of bathrooms according to gender.'
Editorial: Tribes must come up with plan for return of Black Hills Editorial: Tribes must come up with plan for return of Black Hills
Are we going to continue on the path of separation and disunity when it comes to one of the most important issues ever to face us?
Brandon Ecoffey: Lakota people come together in times of need Brandon Ecoffey: Lakota people come together in times of need
For the last two weeks our entire community has been engulfed in worry as we were forced to contemplate what may or may not have happened to the three men who went missing since May 7.
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth showcase film projects Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth showcase film projects
The Red Cloud Heritage Center ended its 'Our Community Story' project with screenings of students’ interviews with elders, artists and professionals from the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Native Sun News: Anti-suicide effort incorporates tribal traditions Native Sun News: Anti-suicide effort incorporates tribal traditions
The Full Circle-Kyle Health Center program’s innovative approach emphasizes the positive aspects of life, including individual achievement within a group, or collectivistic, setting, family and community.
Adrian Jawort: Addressing race relations and healing in Montana Adrian Jawort: Addressing race relations and healing in Montana
For Native Americans, indeed we must never forget our ancestors’ struggles and sacrifices so we could be here today.

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