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Venus and Jupiter Merge Under Full Moon
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NAJA Announces 2015 Award Winners; ICTMN Gets 26 Honors
The Native American Journalists Association will honor more...
New Mexico Drug Task Force Preventing Addiction From the First Hit
On summer nights, the Pueblo of Zuni, in western New Mexico...
‘Devil’s Highway’: Navajos Grapple With One of Most Dangerous Roads in US
Twin ribbons of asphalt unfurl into the distance as Sammy...
WaPo Editor Denny McAuliffe Gets 2015 NAJA-Medill Milestone Achievement Award
Gearing up for its 2015 Native Media Awards presentation at...
Black and Red and White Like Me: Natives Know Too Many Rachel Dolezals
The story of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman posing as an...
A NARF-Lifer?: Heather Whiteman Runs Him Hopes So
Indian attorneys aspire to work for the Native American...
Indian Country Headline News
Seneca Council Chair to Run for President; President to Run for Treasurer
Gale Courey Toensing
When American citizens go to the polls on November 6 to elect a president of the United States for the next four years, Seneca Nation citizens will vote to elect a president for th...
Utah Navajo Trust Fund Discussed at Meeting between Navajo President Shelly and Utah Governor
On June 29, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly met with Utah Governor Gary Herbert to address the more than $40 million Utah Navajo Trust Fund and the need for the funds to go to N...
China Surpasses Japan in Greatest Imports of Alaskan Fish, Logs and Minerals
China's middle class reportedly loves Alaskan fish. The country became the state's biggest trading partner for the first time in 2011, reported the Alaska Dispatch ...
Maine Attraction: Ambitious Cultural Tourism Initiative Puts Wabanaki Nations on the Map
Gale Courey Toensing
The state of Maine began using the moniker vacationland on its license plates in 1936...
19 Pueblos Announce Development Plan for Prime Real Estate: the Former Albuquerque Indian School
Rendering of the District from a northwest point-of-view (Courtesy Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc.) The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico are jointly developing 47 acres of prime commercial ...
Forgotten No More: Oneidas Donate to Start a Revolutionary Museum
WASHINGTON – The leadership and citizens of the Oneida Indian Nation (OIN) of New York think it is important to pay homage to its role in the Revolutionary War in order to help Ame...
Ash Creek Complex Fire 100 Percent Contained, Cleanup Under Way
The fire on and around the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation near Lame Deer, Montana, is 100 percent contained, and cleanup is under way...
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council Approves Tribal-State Compact
Gale Courey Toensing
Tribe will pay 21.5 percent of gross gaming revenues to the state The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council authorized Chairman Cedric Cromwell to sign a tribal-state compact on July 11...
Past Campus Presents New Possibilities for Fort Lewis College
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
This is the fourth and final story in a four-part series about the Native American tuition waiver at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado...
Seventh Generation Fund Announces Awards at its Keeping the Homefires Burning Gathering
Good Ancestor Award recipient Debra Harry (Kooyooe Dukaddo) with Seventh Generation Fund Board Treasurer Arthur Manuel (Secwepemc) at 35th Anniversary Celebration (Courtesy Seventh...
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