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Ponca Tribe landowners see $7M in offers through Cobell program Ponca Tribe landowners see $7M in offers through Cobell program
More than 1,500 landowners received offers from the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations and they have until October 6 to accept.
Park employees 'get away' with breaking laws at sacred monument Park employees 'get away' with breaking laws at sacred monument
One superintendent stole tribal remains from Effigy Mounds National Monument and another oversaw construction that harmed tribal burial mounds.
Mille Lacs Band welcomes public to 50th annual traditional powwow Mille Lacs Band welcomes public to 50th annual traditional powwow
The August 19-21 event takes place at the Iskigamizigan Powwow Grounds in Onamia, Minnesota.
Artist David Bernie offers 'Indigemojis' for your Native emoji needs Artist David Bernie offers 'Indigemojis' for your Native emoji needs
A new app aims to bring indigenous flair to digital conversations across Indian Country.
Klamath Tribes celebrate 30th anniversary of federal restoration Klamath Tribes celebrate 30th anniversary of federal restoration
The Oregon tribe regained federal status in 1986 after losing all of its land to termination.
Arne Vainio: The late Jim Northrup shared his calling with the world Arne Vainio: The late Jim Northrup shared his calling with the world
Jim Northrup was a boarding school survivor, a warrior in Vietnam, a cop on the reservation, a poet and an author of multiple books, a husband, father and grandfather.
Harlan McKosato: Let's work to ensure Native lives really matter Harlan McKosato: Let's work to ensure Native lives really matter
The national media never mentions that more Natives are killed by police, per capita, than any other racial or ethnic group.
Two California tribes acquire majority stake in manufacturing firm Two California tribes acquire majority stake in manufacturing firm
The Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians and the Rincon Band of LuiseƱo Indians are partners in PRC Composites.
Cayuga Nation accuses citizens of fraud for opening up smokeshop Cayuga Nation accuses citizens of fraud for opening up smokeshop
Two tribal members acquired a small property in the name of the 'Cayuga Nation' and are selling cigarettes there.
Native village of Shishmaref votes once again to move to new site Native village of Shishmaref votes once again to move to new site
The village has long been in danger of falling into the Chukchi Sea due to erosion along Alaska's coast.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala citizen calls for prayer amid violence Lakota Country Times: Oglala citizen calls for prayer amid violence
After several violent crimes on the Pine Ridge Reservation, one tribal citizen came to the conclusion that what the people needed were prayers.
Native Sun News: Resistance grows against Dakota Access Pipeline Native Sun News: Resistance grows against Dakota Access Pipeline
Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chair David Archambault II, tribal council member Dana Wasinzi and several other Dakota Access Pipeline resisters got arrested during a direct action to impede startup on the project.

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