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Ho-Chunk Nation Donates $25,000 to Flood-Ravaged Bad River Ojibwe
The Ho-Chunk Nation is giving $25,000 to the Bad River Ojibwe, which was ravaged by flooding throughout Wisconsin that prompted Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to declare a state o...
Flooding in Northern Wisconsin Hits Bad River Reservation
Mary Annette Pember
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker declared a state of emergency Tuesday in the northern part of the state after storms caused flooding in eight counties...
Cherokee Citizens Seek Donations for Flood-Ravaged Community
The Chewey Community on the Cherokee Nation suffered greatly in December’s record-breaking floods, with many people losing everything they owned...
Record-Breaking Floods Inundate Parts of Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Emergency Management Services were on full alert after rivers and creeks in Northeastern Oklahoma swelled out of their banks for the second time this year...
3 Missing in Heavily Native Sitka, Alaska After Torrential Rains, Landslides
The city of Sitka, home of a few thousand Native Alaskans, has declared a state of emergency after three people went missing in the wake of landslides and a sinkhole caused by heav...
Tribes Cope With Flooding in Oklahoma
Flooding in Oklahoma briefly closed down the Comanche casino and postponed a Muscogee fishing tourney this week as tribes and municipalities contended with extreme weather...
‘We’re Going to Be Out of Water’: Navajo Nation Dying of Thirst
For centuries, the Diné people have raised their families and livestock on the high desert lands of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah...
40 Years in, Manitoba Apologizes to First Nations for Hydropower Dam Flooding
It took more than 40 years, but finally on January 20 the premier of Manitoba apologized to Pimicikamak Cree Nation for flooding its lands for the Jenpeg hydroelectric dam...
Video: Water, Water Everywhere, Except for the Dry Spells
With ice melting, sea levels rising and wet storm systems proliferating in both intensity and numbers, one might think that climate change would result in too much water rather tha...
FEMA Disaster Declaration for Rain-Soaked Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians
The downpours that lashed drought-stricken Southern California late last year wreaked havoc on the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians , and on January 27 President Barack Obama declare...
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