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Jefferson Keel Inducted into Military Memorial Museum Hall of Honor
Jefferson Keel is well known for his service to Indian country and the United States and recently he was recognized by the Military Memorial Museum Hall of Honor for it...
Echo Hawk's Memo Overturns Effective Ban on Off-Reservation Gaming
Interior Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk, the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs , rescinded a controversial 2008 memorandum by the Bush Administration that effectively banne...
500-Officer Police Raid on Kanesatake Mohawk Territory
Kanesatake Mohawk territory northwest of Montreal is being raided by 500 officers in a "major police operation," CBC News reports...
Osage Nation Objects to Wind Farms
The Osage Nation is against the development of large-scale wind farms in Osage County, Oklahoma, due to projected economic losses to the tribe and likely damage to the Tallgrass Pr...
Lost Trust: Jicarilla Apache Nation Loses at Supreme Court
WASHINGTON – Continuing its trend of ruling against Indian interests in the Chief Justice John Roberts era, the Supreme Court ruled against the Jicarilla Apache Nation in a 7 - 1 d...
Jacoby Ellsbury Named American League Player of the Week
At the beginning of this season, the Boston Red Sox were a miserable 2-10, and many in Red Sox nation were already contemplating writing off the entire season (despite having 150 m...
Wallow Fire Now Largest in Arizona History; Apache Reservations Spared
The Wallow Fire, though currently 18% contained, according to officials, has become the largest forest fire in Arizona history, AZCentral.com reports ...
The Amazing (Almost Forgotten) Story of the United Tribes Technical College Victory
Thanks to Chuck Klosterman over at Grantland.com , a story that might have been forgotten has been thrust back onto a national stage (Grandland.com was created by über popular ESPN...
Homeless Bear the Heat in the Valley of the Sun
Keeping cool when triple digits hit downtown Phoenix. Homeless transients seek shelter amid the afternoon heat in downtown Phoenix...
Enbridge Ordered to Consult with First Nations over Spill
Enbridge has to prove to Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) that its pipeline outside the Northwest Territories town of Wrigley can take full pressure before fully restarting the...
Diné College Women Archers Win National Championship
The United States Intercollegiate Archery Championships were held at James Madison University on May 19-22...
Navajo Teachers Study Sovereignty Issues
Navajo teachers in the Denver area for a summer institute devoted their last day to the study of power, or sovereignty , in some of its practical applications and limitations...
Tweet Hereafter: Social Media Is Saving Native Languages
Globalization is often a force of destruction, a hegemonic bulldozer plowing over landscapes of indigenous culture...
Errant FNUC Former Official Pleads Guilty to Fraud
A former vice-president of finance and administration at First Nations University of Canada (FNUC) whose fiscal shenanigans nearly cost the school its funding has pleaded guilty to...
Chile: The Mapuche Struggle in Pinochet’s Shadow
When Chile’s ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet died four years ago, he was facing numerous criminal charges related to horrific human rights violations carried out during his 1973-1990 ...
Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission Heading Toward Final Days
The end of this spring’s Oklahoma legislative session created what could potentially become a historic change in the relations between the state and its 39 tribes...
The Yocha Dehe Return Focus to their Land through An Olive Oil Enterprise—and More
Cache Creek Casino Resort has long served as the main economic engine for the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation . Now, however, the tribe is expanding in a new, more culinary, direction...
Boarding School Apology Advanced
In recent years, Native Americans voices have grown louder in an appeal to the U.S...
Chickasaw Take Back Program Offers Safe Way to Dispose of Medication
The Chickasaw Nation's Take Back Program offers a new solution for disposing of unused or expired medications that will help reduce drug abuse and accidental poisonings and improve...
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