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‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Tribes Benefit From Federal Climate Fund
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award
In Honor of Loretta Saunders
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3
Nomlakis Fund Police Mapping Software
Klamath and Farmers Agree on Water Use
Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protection
You’d Never Catch a Native…
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring
False Lightning and Buried Emotions
Family Vows to Finish Saunders Research
Tribe Hosts Basketball Tournament
Kenny Dobbs Dunks Over Man on Fire
CNI Recognized Aerospace Manufacturing
Leader of Sacred Wampum Return Walks On
Schimmel Eyeing the Final Four, WNBA
Thing About Skins
Rep. Young Responds to Wild Lands Policy
Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island
Mention Alaska and there are usually two kinds of reactions—a smile from people who have been there and are eager to return, and that wistful look from those who have never been an...
Shell Drops Drilling Plans in Beaufort and Chukchi Seas This Year
Alaska Natives and conservation groups succeeded in their mission to prevent Shell Oil from drilling an exploratory well in the Alaskan Arctic waters of the Beaufort and Chukchi se...
100 Native Men: Reducing Alaska's High Rates of Abuse and Violence
Patrick Anderson envisions a group of 100 Native Men combating abuse and violence in Alaska, mirroring the national organization 100 Black Men of America...
Rosetta Stone Helps Revitalize Inupiaq Language
Alaska’s North Slope Borough and Rosetta Stone, a Virginia-based company that produces multimedia language courses, are planning to launch a new program this spring that is designe...
Alaska Polar Bear Habitat Under Protest
Why would an endangered animal not under threat from poaching need a special area designated in order to survive?...
Prince of Wales Island
Mention ”Alaska” and there are usually two kinds of reactions— a smile from people who have been there and are eager to return, and that wistful look from those who have never been...
Rep. Young Will Fight Laws that Hinder Tribal Energy Development
Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, who assumed chair of the Natural Resources Committee’s new Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee on Dec...
Eyak Language Gets a Second Life
Eyak became the first of Alaska's endangered languages to be declared "extinct" when its last Native speaker, Chief Marie Smith Jones, died in January 2008, The Bristol Bay Times r...
Alaska’s Efforts on Rural Dental Care Paying Off
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – ?Alaska’s efforts to deliver prompt, affordable dental care to its rural residents is gaining ground here, and providing a model for other states...
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Hardcore Version of Olympics: the Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks
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Saving An Ancient Yup’ik Village From the Effects of Climate Change
Native Alaskans Laud Environmental Protection Agency's Nixing of Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay
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