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March Madness For Green Bay Sophomore: ‘ Play With no Fear’
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay sophomore Tesha Buck (...
Lancaster School Board Unanimously Votes to Change 'Redskins' Name
School district officials in Lancaster, New York voted...
Upsets, OTs and Big Wins: New Mexico State Basketball Championships Draw Thousands
At the Pit, the University of New Mexico’s famed basketball...
Another Seavey Iditarod Win; Kaiser May Finish 14th
Two days before he crossed the finish line in Nome, Alaska...
Comanche Boy TKO’d by Danish Boxer; ‘I Couldn't Get Anything Going’
For just the second time in his professional career, George...
Bronson Koenig’s 18 Points Helps Badgers Win Big Ten, Team Gets No. 1 Seed
Bronson Koenig, Ho-Chunk Nation, scored 18 points to help...
American Indian Golfer Jeff Curl Impresses at U.S. Open Golf Championship
Jeff Curl , Wintu Tribe of Northern California, made the cut at the U.S. Open golf championship and competed for the title this past weekend...
A Q&A With Lacrosse Star and Tewaaraton Award Winner Peter Baum
At this year’s Tewaaraton Award s held at the National Museum of the American Indian on May 31 st , Peter Baum was named the top male collegiate lacrosse player of 2012...
Tightrope Artist Successfully Crosses Niagara Falls After Weeks of Training Near Seneca Niagara Casino
Wallenda, seventh generation circus performer and a 33-year-old faher of three, completed his walk across the gorge of Niagara Falls, while balancing on a two-inch-diameter steel c...
Ultimate Fighting Championship's Dan "Hendo" Henderson, Walla Walla Tribe, Looks to Crush Opponent
Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC) has announced that Dan “Hendo” Henderson, Walla Walla Tribe, will fight Jon “Bones” Jones at UFC 151 on Saturday, September 1, in Las Vegas...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
Our Sunday wrap-up of some of the big stories we covered this week from Indian country...
Native Sisters of the Net: Two Siblings Take to the Tennis Court at the Jim Thorpe Native American Games
The legacy of Sac & Fox Olympian and first NFL president Jim Thorpe is bringing Native athletes to Oklahoma for the Jim Thorpe Native American Games , which continue through Su...
LeBron and the Heat Take Game two From Durant and the Thunder
In a wild game, the Heat held off a furious rally by the Oklahoma City Thunder at the end of game 2 and held on for a 100-96 win, snatching home court advantage away from the Thund...
Tim Tebow Who? G.J. Kinne Wants New York to Know There’s Another QB in Town
Less than an hour after “Mr...
68 Percent Vote to Retire Fighting Sioux Nickname, Obstacles Still Remain
On June 12, North Dakota residents were able to lend their voices to the decades-old issue of the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux moniker and the message was loud and c...
Great Photos From the San Francisco Giants Native American Heritage Night
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