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Navajo Nation Is Coal Country as Mine Sale Finalized
The Navajo Nation is the new owner of the Navajo Mine, a decades-old coal operation south of Farmington, New Mexico. But not all tribal members are celebrating...
Smashing! Watch Cannupa Hanska Luger Destroy his Stereotypes
In recent days, we at ICTMN have looked back at the bests, worsts , and most importants of 2013...
Farewell Charlie Hill: From a Brother and a Friend
Gale Courey Toensing
There was a poignant moment between Charlie Hill, 62, and his brother Rick Hill, 60, soon after the doctor gave Charlie the bad news about his terminal illness...
Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Programs Broader Than States'
Four tribes that have implemented their own TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) programs have used culture-based approaches to achieve a broader agenda to help their mem...
Authenticity: Ethnic Indians, non-Indians and Reservation Indians
Authenticity is a puzzling feature of contemporary Indian life. Growing up on an Indian reservation, I rarely encountered challenges to one’s identity as an Indian person...
Sioux Mother Rescues Abused Children, Faces Arrest
The emergency room doctor was furious at what he had seen, recalled Audre’y Eby, who is Rosebud Sioux and the mother of disabled 16-year-old twins...
'Exiled NDNz' Photos Tell Story of Rez-Raised Natives Living in L.A.
Photographer Pamela J. Peters is exhibiting her work today (January 5) at 118 Winston Art Gallery in downtown Los Angeles...
Unexpected Guests? Prepare Cranberry-Orange Scones in a Jiffy
The holidays have finally come and gone and while many of you may be winding down we here at Las Vueltas Lodge in Costa Rica have been busier than bees...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 5, 2014
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: OIL BOOM: A train full of Bakken crude was hit by a derailed grain train in eastern North Dakota and ex...
EPA Says Wind River Reservation Can Monitor Air Quality
Ron Feemster, Wyofile
The Environmental Protection Agency has granted a petition by the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes to be treated in a manner similar to states under the Clean Air Act...
How This Chickasaw Woman Became a Lifelong Educator
Gene Lehmann, Chickasaw Nation
There definitely is something about Merry. Rev. Howard and Mrs. Lorena Baker knew their daughter would be born at Christmastime...
Cosmic Irony With Earth at Perihelion, as Jupiter Closes In
Temperatures have plummeted throughout much of Turtle Island, and indeed, in Manitoba, Canada, it’s as cold as parts of Mars. We’ve never been farther from the sun. Or have we?...
Muscogee (Creek) National Council Representatives Take Oath of Office
Today, eight members of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation will take the oath of office for the Palen-Cenvopohkaken (18th) Session of the National Council...
The Ration Card: Ugly Renmant of How U.S. Decimated Indian Culture
William Least Heat-Moon
Of the some 136 million objects and specimens in the grand Smithsonian collections, most carry an implied positive energy, or a promise of better things to come, or sometimes just ...
See 6 Native Selfies From 2013; What's Coming in 2014?
With ABC , NBC and even the Telegraph.co.uk calling 2013 the year of the selfie, it begs the question, what will 2014 bring?...
Feds Call Bakken Crude Volatile as Quinault Warn Against Oil Rail Transport
As federal officials began investigating the safety of moving crude oil by rail in the wake of a massive explosion in North Dakota that engulfed a dozen train cars, the Quinault In...
'Flash Mob': Arctic Nomads Say Cheese for First Time
Winter is upon us. But even this cold weather doesn't compare to the brutally low temperatures sometimes registered in the remote areas of northeast Russia...
Last Monolingual Chickasaw Citizen Walks On at 93
Emily Johnson Dickerson, a full blood Chickasaw who spoke only the Chickasaw language her entire life, died at her Ada, Oklahoma home on Monday, December 30, 2013. She was 93...
West Nile Virus Felled Bald Eagles in Utah: Wildlife Experts
A rash of bald eagle deaths in Utah over the past month is being attributed to West Nile virus, which experts believe they contracted from eating birds afflicted with the disease...
Large-Scale Reforestation in Indigenous Michoacan, Mexico
One governmental agency is aiming to grow hundreds of thousands of trees and create a few thousand jobs in an indigenous community in Mexico...
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