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The Nez Perce Trail is rugged, and often remote, but 167...
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Wednesday morning, just after 3 a.m., 13-year-old Teca...
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Forty thousand miles. That’s how much ground Navajos hope...
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Sweet red fruit rests on the arm of a prickly Saguaro....
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A recent Newsweek feature begins with a well-known Indian...
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Health & Wellness

Our reporter Richard Walker has been a part of the

ICTMN Staff
8/3/12
The fuzzy fruit that grows on palm trees native to the Pacific is believed to have migrated to North America and throughout the tropics on ocean currents prior to human interventio...
Tish Leizens
8/2/12
Zuni youth at the summer camp “What are you doing this summer?” If you asked the kids of the Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico today, many of them would tell you they are enrolled ...
ICTMN Staff
8/2/12
A group of Hopi elders has added their voices against the Navajo-Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act of 2012...
ICTMN Staff
8/2/12
For 150 years 14 Dakota tribal communities have lived in exile in the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana and Canada—they’ll come back to their Minnesota homeland for two days this month...
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8/2/12
Prenatal exposure to high magnetic field levels—widely present in today's high tech world—could raise the risk of a unborn baby becoming overweight or obese in childhood, according...
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8/1/12
On July 31, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly was in Shiprock, New Mexico in support of the community handing out donated food with Mercury One’s Restoring the Love through Food S...
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8/1/12
Researchers at The University of Nottingham are testing thermal imaging—a heat-seeking, non-invasive technology—that can trace human bodies to distinguish between reserves of brown...

In the August issue of National Geographic, some well known Pine Ridge Indian Reservation residents spoke with the m

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