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5 Pow Wows Before Thanksgiving
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Video: Elder Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’
Rosebud Leader Speaks on Keystone
Ho-Chunk Gaming Enters Sponsorship
Grey Cloud: Native Who Sang for Senate
Navajo Presidential Election In 2015 Now
10 Ways I'm Nativer Than You
San Manuel Joins Morongo, Card Clubs and
Declaring War on the Keystone Pipeline
EPA: Revitalization Is Good Medicine
Year of the Camelid; NFL Brains
‘How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving’
Saginaw Chippewa Appeals NLRB Ruling
Indian Mortgage Programs Now Cost More
Stealing Children: A Look at Removal
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
Welfare Exclusion Act: Hollow Win?
Thing About Skins
Sam Bradford Scorching hot for the St. Louis Rams in First two Games
After a solid rookie season in which Sam Bradford, Cherokee , posted a 76.5 passer rating for the St. Louis Rams in 2010, there was a lot of hope in Indian country and in St...
Cherokee Nation Sues Interior for United Keetoowah Band’s Two-Acre Trust Land
Gale Courey Toensing
The Cherokee Nation and its business arm, Cherokee Nation Entertainment, have sued Interior Department officials for taking into trust a small parcel of land where the United Keeto...
Ohio Residents Getting Crash Course in Native Heritage Through one Young Man's Efforts
After launching his first American Indian gathering in Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village in Waynesville, Ohio this August, young Philip Smith is already planning next year’s pow wow ...
South Carolina Supreme Court Rules to Keep Baby Veronica With Biological Father
Baby Veronica, a 2-year-old Cherokee girl adopted by non-Native parents in 2009 , will remain with her biological father following a South Carolina Supreme Court ruling filed July ...
Genealogists Say Obama Could Be Descended From First Documented Slave
Could President Barack Obama , the first African America president of the United States of America, be related to the first documented African slave in America?...
Sovereignty Applies in Discrimination Lawsuit
A chiropractic limited liability company (LLC), even though organized under state law, was allowed to claim tribal sovereignty-derived immunity from lawsuit because it is owned by ...
American Indian Olympian Adrienne Lyle, Riding for Pride
Indian country is well represented at the London Olympic Games (July 27-August 12) when Adrienne Lyle, a Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma citizen, rides her 13-year-old Oldenburg geldin...
Obama Collects Another $1.5 Million From Tribal Leaders
WASHINGTON – In a second major campaign fundraiser with tribes this year, President Barack Obama met with a group of tribal donors on July 18, collecting at least $1.5 million...
Laverdure Names Thomas Thompson Director of Budget Management for Indian Affairs
On July 13, Donald “Del” Laverdure, acting assistant secretary-Indian Affairs, announced the appointment of Thomas D...
Cherokee Tribal Council Moves to 15 Districts
On July 17, the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council announced the passage of legislation that split the Cherokee Nation into 15 separate districts based on population figures ensuring e...
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Oklahoma-Based Tribes Looking to Expand Service Areas
A Family Tradition of Military Service Leads Birdwell to the VA
Cherokee Citizen Leads Tribal Health System to National Recognition
Cherokee Nation ONE FIRE office receives $884K federal grant
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