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Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle to Educate a Special Needs Child, Part 2
Tanya H. Lee
Paula and Rick Dubois adopted their son Wyatt when he was 2 years old. Wyatt had been exposed to drugs and alcohol prenatally and he was born prematurely...
Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle to Educate a Special Needs Child
Tanya H. Lee
Forging an education plan for a child with multiple special needs can be challenging...
Indigenous Rights Advocates Question Keith Harper Nomination
The conventional wisdom of many Native American-focused policy officials is that Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen and a lawyer with Kilpatrick Stockton who helped settle the...
Roxanne Murphy Working to Build Bridges, Engage Residents
Roxanne Murphy started her term as a Bellingham City Council member by building bridges in Washington state. She started her oath of office January 6 with, “I, Roxanne J...
Tribal Chairman Richard W. McCloud: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
North Dakota Students Have New School
The Minnewaukan Public School District recently celebrated the grand opening of its new K-12 building in Minnewaukan, North Dakota...
Unhappy Holidays Nationwide
The holiday season has been grim for many at the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota, said a tribal member whose general assistance funds have been cut off for...
Debut of Renovated Sky Dancer Hotel & Casino Lights Pathway to Bright Economic Future
At night, the glowing hotel-tower lights emanating from the Sky Dancer Hotel & Casino in north central North Dakota are visible from 10 miles away...