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Native man in Saskatchewan fights off bear with hands and bottle Native man in Saskatchewan fights off bear with hands and bottle
Jack Ballantyne, 44, got some scratches on his arm but otherwise did not suffer serious injuries during the attack.
Mark Trahant: Telling the next chapter in the #NoDAPL struggle Mark Trahant: Telling the next chapter in the #NoDAPL struggle
In four decades of reporting I have never seen a story with as wide a gulf over what is occurring at Standing Rock.
Another rollercoaster week as #NoDAPL fight enters new phase Another rollercoaster week as #NoDAPL fight enters new phase
The fate of the $3.8 billion project rests on actions in faraway Washington, D.C.
Judge dissolves restraining order against leaders of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Judge dissolves restraining order against leaders of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
The Dakota Access partnership sough to prevent Chairman Dave Archambault II from interfering with construction work but a higher court has taken control for now.
House panel sets markup on Pechanga Band and Alaska Native bills House panel sets markup on Pechanga Band and Alaska Native bills
Allotments for Alaska Native veterans, water rights for the Pechanga Band and the controversial Utah Public Lands are on the agenda.
Utah Republican moves quickly on 'modern day Indian land grab' Utah Republican moves quickly on 'modern day Indian land grab'
H.R.5780, the Utah Public Lands Initiative Act, has already been scheduled for a markup, barely a week after an emotional hearing in Washington, D.C.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting
Bills to reform the Indian Health Service and improve economic development opportunities in Indian Country are on the agenda.
David Gipp: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe stands up for life and water David Gipp: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe stands up for life and water
'It is a time that calls for addressing our public policy on energy for the future of the nation.'
Peter d'Errico: Be bold in fighting Dakota Access Pipeline in court Peter d'Errico: Be bold in fighting Dakota Access Pipeline in court
'The Standing Rock lawsuit presents an opportunity to critique how Indian Nations represent themselves in legal battles.'
Arne Vainio: A father wishes for 'more time' after burying his son Arne Vainio: A father wishes for 'more time' after burying his son
I saw his obituary in a Sunday paper that was almost a year old.
CAIRNS Column: Examining the flag of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe CAIRNS Column: Examining the flag of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe
This week we continue our examination of the nine flags of nations with reservation lands in South Dakota.
Clara Caufield: Ancestors leave footprints in Montana mountains Clara Caufield: Ancestors leave footprints in Montana mountains
As I pen it is Friday at Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch, McLeod, Montana, located in the heart of the Gallatin National Forest.
Lakota Country Times: Ousted Oglala Sioux Tribe council member seeks seat again Lakota Country Times: Ousted Oglala Sioux Tribe council member seeks seat again
Sonia Little Hawk-Weston will attempt to reclaim her seat that was taken from her by a vote of Oglala Sioux Tribe's council last month.
Dave Archambault Sr.: A disaster placed on Standing Rock's doorstep Dave Archambault Sr.: A disaster placed on Standing Rock's doorstep
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe worries constantly about what the esteemed and honorable leaders of America will end up doing.
Native Sun News Today: Cheyenne River Sioux man missing since May Native Sun News Today: Cheyenne River Sioux man missing since May
The last time Kevin Duane Marshall, 38, was seen by his mother was on May 19 on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation.
Zoltán Grossman: Cowboys stay quiet as tribes unite for #NoDAPL fight Zoltán Grossman: Cowboys stay quiet as tribes unite for #NoDAPL fight
Powerful alliances of Native American nations and rural white neighbors have stopped major resource corporations from carrying out their plans, in a common defense of the same land and water they have historically fought over.
Tim Giago: Pine Ridge soldier served in America's 'Forgotten War' Tim Giago: Pine Ridge soldier served in America's 'Forgotten War'
This column is dedicated to those Korean veterans who fought and survived the 'Forgotten War.'
Terri Miles: An 'information point' at the #NoDAPL encampment Terri Miles: An 'information point' at the #NoDAPL encampment
'The need for reinforcements is based on lots of rumors, or statements to law enforcement, about shady characters taking pictures and wearing masks.'

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