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2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
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Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
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100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Thing About Skins
‘We Are All Indigenous to Somewhere’: Teen Talks About Cultural Reconnection
An incredibly important aspect of life that many people have neglected and even forgotten is our connection with the Earth...
Sen. Begich Speaks Out on Indian & Alaska Native Concerns
Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) has served in the Senate since January 2009...
2015 Tribal Contract Support Costs Also to be Paid in Full
Soon after the White House confirmed last week that 2014 tribal contract support costs would be fully funded, administration officials are confirming this week that the president’s...
'No Jobs on a Dead Planet': 10 Reasons Nurses Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline
National Nurses United, a group numbering 185,000 registered nurses from across the United States, is among the forces opposing the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry 880,000 ...
Fort Hall Family Killed By Mysterious Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
When four members of the Parrish family didn’t show up for church or Sunday dinner, other family members became worried...
First Nations Development Institute to Address Food Security of Native Elders With $250K AARP Grant
AARP Foundation has granted First Nations Development Institute $250,000 to fund a project to address hunger, nutrition and food insecurity among Native American tribal elders...
Ticket Sales Spike for Schimmel’s Last Regular-Season Home Game
March 3 is the last time Shoni Schimmel will play a regular-season home game at KFC Yum! Center...
Nooksack’s Michelle Roberts Submits Open Letter to Jewell & Washburn
Michelle Roberts, Nooksack Tribal Councilperson
Secretary [Sally] Jewell, Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs [Kevin K.] Washburn: In the wake of the Cedarville tragedy, will you now honor your trust responsibility to all Ameri...
Feds Release $9 Million for Cleanup of Abandoned Coal Mines on Tribal Lands
The Navajo Nation and the Crow and Hopi tribes, plagued with issues stemming from hazardous abandoned coalmines, are eligible for more than $9 million in federal funding for cleanu...
Oregonian Native Hopes to Reel in Big Profits With Town’s First Fish Market
Name of Company: Brigham Fish Market in Cascade Locks, Oregon Owner: Kim Brigham Campbell, 41 How long in business: Just opened in February Advice for other business owners: “So ma...
Sleeping Language Waking Up Thanks to Wampanoag Reclamation Project
It’s been more than 300 years since Wampanoag was the primary spoken language in Cape Cod...
Cherokee Nation Raises Tribal Minimum Wage, More Than $2 Above Federal
Cherokee Nation Release
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker signed an executive order on February 21 raising the Cherokee Nation’s minimum wage to $9.50 over the next two years...
Native Artists Use Works to Spark Environmental Awareness
Dance, photography, film and artwork may not immediately bring to mind the concept of environmentalism...
Sioux Photographer Snapped Oshie and Fiancée Before Olympic Debut
Melanie Sioux Kuntz took an interest in photography at a young age. “I always had a camera and was constantly taking pictures of everything,” Kuntz said to ICTMN in an email...
Native Filmmakers: Time to Submit Your Work to Karl May Festival
Oneida Indian Nation
The Oneida Indian Nation is again proud to announce this year’s participation with the Karl May Festival in Radebeul, Germany...
NASA Officials Tour Ho-Chunk Headquarters
Two NASA Goddard Space Flight Center officials recently toured the corporation headquarters of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska’s economic development corporation, Ho-Chunk, Inc., i...
‘Shades of Aye’ Breaks New Ground in Native Junior Literature
Gale Courey Toensing
The irresistible young Native heroine in a new novel for young readers will provide a model for students who are facing the challenges of leaving home to attend college far from th...
100 Years Ago: Lillian St. Cyr, First Native Star in Hollywood Feature
One hundred years ago, Winnebago actress Lillian St. Cyr became the first Native woman to star in a feature film. Cecil B...
University’s Pre Vet Club Teaches Elementary Students How To Be Care for Pets
Navajo Technical University
Students in Navajo Technical University’s Pre Vet club visited T’iis Ts’ozi Bi’Olta in Crownpoint, New Mexico on Friday, February 14, to give presentations on being a responsible p...
President Obama Loses Olympics Beer Bet to Canadian Prime Minister
Two cases of cold beer are headed to 80 Wellington Street in Ontario, Canada – courtesy, President Obama. A friendly wager, and an Olympic tradition between Mr...
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