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2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
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North West Diamonds, North Korea Demands
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The Trail of the Turtle
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Thing About Skins
Ho-Chunk Tribe Selling Wisconsin Bison Herds
The Ho-Chunk Indian tribe is selling its bison herds in Wisconsin, saying the animals are too expensive to raise and keep...
Trimble: In search of Utopia
Charles E. Trimble
I had long viewed decolonization as a wish for an atavistic return to long-gone tribal societies of our ancestors – societies we tend to view as gentle and gracious, and free of al...
Island tribe expects wind farm approval
The Wampanoag tribe on Martha's Vineyard is preparing a court challenge for what its leaders expect will be an approval by the federal government of the proposed Nantucket Sound wi...
The U.S. House Honors Wilma Mankiller
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution Wednesday morning honoring the life of Chief Wilma Mankiller. The resolution was introduced by U.S...
Ensuring Accurate "TRIBAL" Counts
I think it funny how they are telling us to put in either KIC or OVS in place of the names of our "Tribes." One being, Ketchikan Indian Community and the other being the Organized ...
SD governor: Sioux Falls casino plan has pitfalls
Federal policies may doom a proposal to have South Dakota and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe collaborate in building a resort casino near Sioux Falls to compete with a proposed c...
Tribes’ objection muzzles shooting range
For 12 years, the Tri-State Shooting Recreation Center, Inc. has been trying to secure a site for a shooting range...
Indian band looking at landfill proposal
Down by a railroad track on a remote corner of her reservation, Campo Tribal Chairwoman Monique LaChappa points to where the landfill would go...
Scientists Ponder NAGPRA Lawsuit
Scientists are considering a lawsuit against a new rule that would help repatriate thousands of Native American remains to tribes across the nation...
World's Largest Native American Cultural Event Showcases Artistic, Dance, Musical and Culinary Experiences
The world's largest gathering of Native American and indigenous people will take place in Albuquerque, New Mexico between April 22 and 24, 2010...
Tribe eyes Monson furniture factory
The Passamaquoddy Tribe is the party that helped stave off a January auction of Moosehead Furniture Co...
New Snoqualmie chairwoman wants to heal tribe's rifts
With the help of an outside consultant, the Snoqualmie people elected a new chairwoman who says she wants to heal this embattled tribe...
Eighth graders spend a day in college
FORT YATES, N.D...
Students of color deserve effective teachers
WASHINGTON – High-quality teachers are the strongest influence on academic outcomes, including graduation, yet they are scarce in the high schools that serve the majority of studen...
Cherokee meets China
W hile attending a cultural tour with the Cherokee Nation Feb...
Gabe Galanda opens Indian law firm
SEATTLE – Gabriel “Gabe” S. Galanda, an enrolled Round Valley Indian Tribe member, has decided to launch his own law firm...
Trahant: The state of Navajo – sort of – and other health care experiments
C ongress passed the health care reform legislation – and President Barack Obama signed the bill into law...
Tribe scouts Sioux Falls for major resort casino
A group of local business leaders and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe are developing a plan to build a major resort casino in or near Sioux Falls that would compete with a propose...
Demolition of Soaring Eagle Inn still on hold
The Migizi Economic Development Company is awaiting an asbestos survey and an abatement process before they can be granted a permit to demolish the Soaring Eagle Inn and Conference...
Discussing the elephant in the room: Indian property rights
Several years back, the Canadian Senate provided a useful example on how “elephants in the room” are studiously avoided, including why many First Nations are dirt-poor...
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