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Labor Day Weekend Pow Wow to Draw Crowds
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5 More Native Casinos That Tell Stories
7 Things You Should Know: Pequot Nation
Our Safety Depends on Data
Manning: Youth Battle Sisseton 'Redmen'
Rallying the Vote, On and Off Reserve
Smoker Broaddus Named Educator of Year
McKinley to Denali = Drill Baby Drill?
AIANTA: International Tourism Is Growing
Book Chronicles Colville Termination
Wildfires Showing Improvement
6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part II
Whirlwind of Change For Nez Perce Police
Robert A. Williams on the D of D
Moya-Smith: Armed Police Drones? Yep.
New Miss Cherokee & Junior Miss Crowned
Department of Ed Grants $50M to TCUs
Thing About Skins
South Dakota’s Last Stand—Ballot Boxes, Red Herrings and Custer Envy
Jackson County, South Dakota, has dug in for a fight against Oglala Sioux plaintiffs who sued for a full-service satellite voting office on the portion of Pine Ridge Indian Reserva...
Oglala Sioux Win Consultation Over Uranium Mine in South Dakota
Oglala Sioux and other opponents of a proposed uranium mine in South Dakota won a reprieve on April 30 when the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (A...
Native Voting Plaintiffs Got It Right, Says DOJ
The U.S. Department of Justice has submitted a Statement of Interest in the federal voting-rights lawsuit, Poor Bear v. Jackson County (South Dakota)...
Native History: Harvard Rich Kid Starts Research for ‘Oregon Trail’
This Date in Native History: On June 15, 1846, Francis Parkman Jr., a young, Harvard-educated historian, arrived at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to begin a summer of research among the O...
6 Things JFK Did—or Didn’t Do—for Natives Before His Death
John F. Kennedy, the 35 th President of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas more than 50 years ago...
NCAI Prez Demands New Farm Bill After Blizzard That Killed 100,000 Animals
Fresh from his election as the 21st president of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), Brian Cladoosby has made it a priority to get aid for tribal members whose homes ...
Flash Floods in Keystone and Rapid City After Rain and Wind Pummel Black Hills Region
Floods inundated Keystone and Rapid City, South Dakota, on Friday October 11 after an overnight storm brought 60-mph winds and several inches of rain...
Oglala Sioux Declare State of Emergency After Record-Breaking Early Blizzard
Oglala Sioux tribal officials on October 8 were preparing to declare a state of emergency in the wake of a blizzard that dumped an unseasonable two to three feet of snow, swept the...
'People Are Overwhelmed!' Sequestration Slams Mental Health for Natives
Mental health services for Native Americans took a 5 percent cut due to federal sequestration, and the reduction has cost tribes essential staff and programs, reports NPR ...
Brewer Aims to Keep All Alcohol Profits on Pine Ridge Reservation
Though Pine Ridge President Bryan Brewer has publicly opposed lifting the Alcohol Ban that exists on his reservation, he says that since the people have voted to allow alcohol, he ...
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