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EPA: Sampling the Garden Soil
Celebrating Heritage Month at Sea
‘Santa Claus Is Coming to Town’ in Diné
EPA Loses Court Battle on Pebble Mine
What Led to the Sand Creek Massacre?
Being Proactive Against Radon
Native Alaska Takes a Seat at the Table
Mills Launches Dreamstarter Program
Historical Horses; Nazis Pranked
Judge: Snyder Can Sue Over Trademarks
Video Mapping of Wildlife Migration
A Thanksgiving Address from NARF
The Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
6 More Insights About Sand Creek
‘True History of Thanksgiving’ Stories
ACLU's Police Watch App Records Abuse
Natives Share Memories of Giving Thanks
Liberation of Our Original Nations
Hope Begins With a Meal
Christmas Trees, Native Art in Santa Fe
Thing About Skins
Video: Being Native American From a Student’s Perspective
In this video, filmed at Fort Lewis College—a former Indian boarding school—in Durango, Colorado, students answer questions about being Native American...
Colorado Natives Recount Harrowing Escapes as Floods Recede, Head to Nebraska
Boulder, Colorado collectively shouldered the job of cleaning up after flooding from torrential rains that fell for days, overrunning parched fields and inundating homes in a 17-co...
Native Youth Among Seven Killed in Raging Colorado Floodwaters
The death toll rose to seven in the floods ravaging Colorado, among the victims American Indian Wesley Quinlan, and his girlfriend, Wiyanna Nelson, both 19...
Who Doesn't Like Takeout? Bear Steals Restaurant Dumpster—Twice
Momma Bear (we can only assume), perhaps having worked up an appetite from scratching her back on a tree (RELATED: Does a Bear Shake It in the Woods?...
The New West Confronts the Old West at a Colorado University
The “winning” of the West underlies the identity of the University of Denver (DU), a 149-year-old institution whose day of reckoning over Old West issues is at hand, starting with ...
Truth-Telling Time for Sand Creek Museum Exhibit
It’s official: Talks are scheduled and Colorado’s flagship history museum has said it will close a controversial Sand Creek Massacre exhibit while it consults with tribes about the...
Sand Creek Massacre Exhibit to Close for Tribal Consultation
A controversial museum exhibit about the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 will be closed to the public as History Colorado consults with tribes whose ancestors were killed by U.S...
Universities Join Forces to Explore Colorado’s Dark History
Two universities located 1,000 miles apart are joining forces to explore one of Colorado’s darkest moments...
Lack of Tribal Consultation Leads to Conflict at a Denver Museum
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Native Presence Grows on Colorado College Boards
Ernest House Jr., Ute Mountain Ute, executive secretary of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs, has been named to the Board of Trustees of Fort Lewis College, a former Indian...
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