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Appeals court halts Dakota Access Pipeline work pending hearing Appeals court halts Dakota Access Pipeline work pending hearing
A federal appeals court has handed a temporary victory to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe as the #NoDAPL fight continues.
Sparring continues in #NoDAPL case as tribes seek halt to pipeline work Sparring continues in #NoDAPL case as tribes seek halt to pipeline work
A federal judge forced an apology out of the Obama administration for its handling of the #NoDAPL case as attorneys returned to court.
Johnny Rustywire: The 'angry one' took care of his Navajo family Johnny Rustywire: The 'angry one' took care of his Navajo family
'His name was Hashke—it means angry and mad in the Navajo way of speaking.'
Moapa Band wins federal approval for another solar energy plant Moapa Band wins federal approval for another solar energy plant
The Nevada tribe has almost completed one solar facility and two more are in the works.
Bronson Koenig hosts basketball clinic for youth at Standing Rock Bronson Koenig hosts basketball clinic for youth at Standing Rock
The college basketball star from the Ho-Chunk Nation is heading to North Dakota to show solidarity with the #NoDAPL movement.
Editorial: Making the Native vote count in the November election Editorial: Making the Native vote count in the November election
It is puzzling that we, American Indians, do not utilize the numbers we have in our favor when it comes to local, state and national elections.
Leon Matthews: Following the journey of becoming a Lakota chef Leon Matthews: Following the journey of becoming a Lakota chef
I want to share the cultural changes to our foods and how they affect the people today.
Native Sun News Today: Rosebud group seeks to end 'apartheid' on reservation Native Sun News Today: Rosebud group seeks to end 'apartheid' on reservation
The annual meeting of the Cherry Todd Electric Cooperative will provide an opportunity to vote on three seats to be filled, and three tribal members are running for those seats.
Lakota Country Times: 'Empowerment' gathering turns out vote at Rosebud Lakota Country Times: 'Empowerment' gathering turns out vote at Rosebud
The Oyate For Fairness and Equal Representation will host a meeting in order to give Cherry Todd Electric Cooperative members an opportunity to meet Board of Director candidates.
Montana and Virginia tribes 'duped' with federal recognition bill Montana and Virginia tribes 'duped' with federal recognition bill
Congress hasn't extended federal recognition to a tribe since 2000 but six tribes in Virginia and another in Montana think they have a shot this year.

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