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Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
A Tweet About Indian Mascots Went Viral
NMAI Profile: Brian Patterson
Second Sonic Sign: Drain the Firewater
Northern Arapahos May Give Expectant Mot
Collectively Managing Allotment Lands
Columbia River Treaty Nears Finish
Disenrollment Demands Serious Attention
Director Josh Cole on 'Alive' Video
Staten Island and Navajo on Solar Power
Not Everyone Watched Football on Sunday
First Hearing of Task Force on Violence
History Tree Displays Native Ornaments
First Nations Attend Mandela Service
Improving Health Coverage With Education
MHA Nation Outraged at CFPB
Grand Ronde Enrollment Flap
Auctin House Owner Discusses Katsinam
Crowdsourcing to Fund Sleeping Lady Film
Rendon on Foster Children & Pow wows
Things About Skins
Quechan win Supreme Court victory over Colorado River water rights
FORT YUMA RESERVATION, Calif...
Pueblo of Sandia, New Mexico
Sandia's governor says he's concerned about a lawsuit against Sandia and 11 other tribes that operate gambling casinos, but work on the new pueblo $80 million casino is continuing...
Local reaction mixed on anniversary of shootout
First American Education Project
OLYMPIA, Wash. - With the Washington state primaries just two months away, local tribes say the heat is on to educate registered voters in the state about Sen...
Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma
A ban on the sale of enormous amounts of mine waste or chat on tribal lands in the Tar Creek Superfund site could soon be lifted, a tribal administrator with the Quapaw Tribe says...
History Center near funding
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs approved legislation to fund a historical center for the American Indian near Fort Pierre, S.D...
Ousted Kickapoo officers file motion to set aside orders from Nation's District Court
Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, Utah
"A federal judge authorized the release of 80 captive wild horses to the Book Cliffs range in eastern Utah over objections of Uintah County and the tribe, denying a request for a t...
Positions diametrically opposed over wilderness preservation
RAPID CITY, S.D. - A public comments meeting to determine the fate of less than 1 percent of wilderness in the Black Hills brought out the best, and worst, in local residents...
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming
Former legislator John Vinich has taken a job as a prosecutor on the Wind River...
Repatriation summit only a start in eyes of Chickasaw leader
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - As the recent National Repatriation Summit wound down here, Chickasaw Lt...
Anti-Mohawk bills ready to pass New York Legislature
ALBANY, N.Y. ? St. Regis Mohawks handed casino mogul, Donald Trump, a sharp and satisfying defeat in the last hours of the New York State Legislature session June 22...
Cayuga Nation of New York
Potential witnesses who may testify at the Nation's second land claim trial in July has nearly doubled, from seven to 13. That number was submitted to U.S. District Judge Neal P...
Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona
The winding, treacherous 60-year-old road between Three Points and Why has extremely narrow lanes, with no shoulders or pullouts for stranded motorists...
Tribal schools improve scores
RAPID CITY, S.D. - One year ago tribal schools were hit hard by state officials over poor performance on education benchmark scores. This year has shown a marked improvement...
Sharon Blackwell goes to work at BIA
Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Idaho
While federal census-takers count every nose on the reservation, the push is on to complete a separate survey of tribal members and other Indians...
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming
"It's still a major concern, but the (Washaki) dam is safe," said Deputy Tribal Water Engineer Gary Collins. Water is still seeping through at about a gallon every eight minutes...
School Board extends suspension for Internet posting
MISSION,S.D. - Three Todd County High School seniors are on fire about a posting on an Internet bulletin board by a school district employee...
National Indian Gaming Commission closes Kiowa games
CARNEGIE, Okla. - The National Indian Gaming Commission has ordered the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma to close the doors on its gaming operations...
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