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We Need Democratic President for Indian Country: NM Dem. Party Chair
The Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico is...
Fed Report Needs More Clarity on Mortgages to Indians, Native Hawaiians
The Federal Reserve needs to get a little more inclusive...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Improvement of Rez Flooding Tied to Passage of Water Development Resources Act
A U.S. Senate bill to improve reservation flooding issues...
Billy Mills Announces $100k in Native Youth Grants on Anniversary of Gold Win
Fifty-two years after winning Olympic gold in what has been...
President Obama Signs Bill For Native Children Commission
U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) and Lisa Murkowski (R-...
Indian Country Headline News
Extinct No More: Hia-Ced O'odham Officially Join Tohono O'odham Nation
After 33 years of hard work to right the past, the Hia-Ced O’odham, once thought to be extinct, can finally say they belong as part of the Tohono O’odham Nation...
Native Dance Styles Old and New Demonstrated at Mitchell Museum
Visitors will learn about traditional and contemporary versions of Native American dances from veteran powwow dancers and cultural ambassadors Mark Denning and his daughter, Isabel...
Turning Stone Player Hits $1 Million, Largest Jackpot in Casino's 20-Year History
A woman from Binghamton, New York hit the winning numbers at Turning Stone Resort Casino’s Million Dollar Bingo on Saturday, collecting the largest jackpot in the casino's 20 year ...
Western U.S. Wilts in Record Heat Wave
The western U.S. is baking in temperatures of up to 130 degrees, raising the threat of more wildfires, authorities warned over the weekend...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 30, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: On June 23, actor Wes Studi, Cherokee, famous for his work in such films as The Last of the Mohicans an...
No Green Thumb? Try Growing Succulents
Are you prone to buying new house plants, convinced that this time you will not forget to about it only to find it dried up and dusty several months later?...
Cherokee Nation's Day of Champions Sports Camp Features OU's Josh Huepel
Nearly 120 students braved the heat recently to learn athletic skills and character building from University of Oklahoma’s offensive coordinator Josh Heupel and other notable forme...
Sealaska Names Board Youth Advisor
Each year, Sealaska selects a board youth advisor from its pool of young shareholders attending college who is charged with providing a voice for Native youth to the 13-member boar...
Tom Cole and Betty McCollum Applaud Obama's White House Council
Following the Executive Order by President Barack Obama on June 26 establishing the White House Council on Native American Affairs, Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) and Congresswoman Be...
Processed Carbs Trigger Brain Reaction Similar to Drug Addiction
New research, published June 26 in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , proves there's truth behind the belief that food can be addictive...
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