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Minnesota Chippewa Tribe swears in executive committee members Minnesota Chippewa Tribe swears in executive committee members
The committee consists of the leaders of the Bois Forte, Fond Du Lac, Grand Portage, Leech Lake, Mille Lacs and White Earth bands.
Colville Tribes expect Cobell buy-back offers for landowners in fall Colville Tribes expect Cobell buy-back offers for landowners in fall
Landowners on the Washington reservation could receive upwards of $25.7 million for their fractionated interests.
Northern Cheyenne Tribe sends crew to protect sacred Bear Butte Northern Cheyenne Tribe sends crew to protect sacred Bear Butte
Tribal members are fixing up a 40-acre campground at the base of the sacred site in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Meskwaki Tribe cancels 102nd annual powwow after death in community Meskwaki Tribe cancels 102nd annual powwow after death in community
The event had already gotten off to a shaky start as storms swept through the community on the first night of Meskwaki Powwow.
Tribal Leaders: The Indian Health Service can't be fixed overnight Tribal Leaders: The Indian Health Service can't be fixed overnight
It took years for systemic issues in Indian Health to materialize, and it will take years to turn them around.
Second Native American in Congress backs Republican Donald Trump Second Native American in Congress backs Republican Donald Trump
Rep. Markwayne Mullin, Cherokee, is joining Rep. Tom Cole, Chickasaw, in supporting their party's controversial presidential nominee.
Oklahoma tribes herald 'momentous achievement' on water rights Oklahoma tribes herald 'momentous achievement' on water rights
The Chickasaw Nation and the Choctaw Nation will play a role in determining how water is allocated in their treaty territory.
Lakota Country Times: War shirt wins top prize at Native POP show Lakota Country Times: War shirt wins top prize at Native POP show
The fourth annual Native POP: People of the Plains art market and cultural celebration took place last month in Rapid City.
Clara Caufield: That time I bought a dog that only knew Cheyenne Clara Caufield: That time I bought a dog that only knew Cheyenne
One of the best things about being an Indun is sharing a great sense of humor and being amused when one of our friends or fellow tribesmen gets a goot one (practical joke) on us.
Native Sun News: Final ruling expected in Indian Child Welfare Act case Native Sun News: Final ruling expected in Indian Child Welfare Act case
For those who've lost their Indian children to a system that steals their identity, culture and connection to their families of origin, a ruling expected next week on the Indian Child Welfare Act can be Godsend.
Sacred peak in South Dakota renamed for Lakota holy man Black Elk Sacred peak in South Dakota renamed for Lakota holy man Black Elk
The old name for Black Elk Peak came from a general who committed a massacre of the Lakota people and held women and children hostage.

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