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Jury Rules Against Vern Traversie
ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
Indian Country Braces for ICWA Battle
We Must Overcome Hardships
US, Israel Boycott UNHRC’s Discussion
Wisconsin Badgers Advance to Final Four
Chickasaw Names Tribal Health Officer
The Week That Was
Afterhours Services Provided for Osages
Hydropower Via City Water Pipes in Ore.
Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
Former Sen. Begich Joins Sonosky Chamber
New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
Osage Policy Honors Service Men & Women
It’s Official: The Kitty Litter Did It
10 Ways Youth Can Learn Their Culture
Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
Thing About Skins
The Jaguar Corridor: Protecting the Sacred Cat
National Geographic’s online edition recently featured...
Minnesota Tweaks Sulfate Limits for Wild Rice Waters
A proposal to change the basis by which limits are imposed...
Tribal Nations Oppose Montana Bison Bills That They Say Trample Sovereignty
One of two pieces of legislation in Montana to impact...
Pit River Rallies to Protect Sacred Medicine Lake Highlands from Fracking
In far Northern California, about 30 miles northeast of Mt...
Snow Geese Fall Dead in Idaho, Avian Cholera Suspected; Fast Cleanup Is Critical
On the morning of March 18, CNN reported that approximately...
California Tightens Drought Rules as Water Supply Dwindles to One Year
Faced with a fourth year of drought, California officials...
Wakarusa Wetlands Dispute Decided in Tenth Circuit Court
A group of students from Haskell Indian Nations University lost a major skirmish in their battle to save the Wakarusa Wetlands, long associated with Haskell history and traditional...
Manhattanhenge Returns to Bathe NYC Cross Streets at Sunset a Second Time
Manhattanhenge, the twice-yearly solar shining down the cross streets of New York City, is back tonight ...
Passamaquoddy Nation Seeks to Free Alewives on St. Croix River
Gale Courey Toensing
Editor's note: As we were about to post this story news came that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) supports the restoration of alewives to the St. Croix River...
Celebrated Conservative Columnist George Will Weighs in on Navajo Generating Station
In a Washington Post syndicated column , George Will addresses the federal government's heavy hand on the Navajo Nation's biggest employer: the Navajo Generating Station (NGS)...
Decorah Eagle Dies, Feathers to Be Used in Indian Ceremonies
On July 1, one of the Decorah eagles was killed, apparently electrocuted after coming in contact with power lines...
Money Made, Money Lost? Leases on Former Fort Lewis College Campus Raise Ire
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
Members of the Southwest Conservation Corps, a nonprofit that works on local land-conservation projects, unload gear into one of the historic buildings on the old Fort Lewis Colleg...
Navajo Hopi Water Rights Debate Continues as Navajo Council Denies Agreement; Hopi Approves
The Navajo Nation shot down a settlement agreement this week that would have settled long-standing claims to water in the Little Colorado River, a tributary to the Colorado River...
Seeking Water From the Sun: Documentary Profiles Solar Water-Purification Program on Navajo Nation
A new water-purification system using solar power to purify contaminated groundwater holds promise for solving water problems not only on the Navajo Nation, where it is being teste...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
All the top stories we covered this past week, compiled for your reading pleasure...
Venus and Jupiter Reunite in the Morning in the Glow of the Crescent Moon
Venus and Jupiter have moved their celestial trysts to mornings, Venus having transited the sun on June 5–6 . It is now the Morning Star...
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