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How do Native Americans Celebrate Christ
Native American Night Before Christmas
Choctaw Nation Keeps Oklahoma Beautiful
Muskogee Student Donates 100 Gifts
Shelly’s Holiday Announcement
It's Not Anti-Cops—It's Anti-Bad Cops
A Genealogical Journey About the Chavers
First Nation Fights Site C Hydro Project
12 Popular History Stories from 2014
North Pole Project Helps Students
The Year in Politics
A Christmas Gift: Feeding the Elderly
Tribe's $20K Creates Memorable Christmas
EPA: Delivering on the Clean Water Act
Language Preservation Efforts at UMass
Little Haida Warriors vs. Stephen Harper
Tis the Season to Fight Censorship!
Iroquois Nationals Name Coaching Staff
Veteran’s Lord’s Prayer Donated to NMAI
Government to Rate Tribal Colleges
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A Decorated Veteran With the Heart of a Teacher and the Eyes of Geronimo
“You know, you look like Geronimo,” the mayor of Menifee, California, once told Michael Cano. It’s no wonder...
Sleep With One Eye Open, Sandman has Entered Minn. Congressional Race
Ray “Skip” Sandman (Ojibwe) a Vietnam veteran that served two tours and worked as a union corrections officer for 25 years is now running for the 8th Congressional District in Minn...
Cliff SiJohn, Coeur d’Alene Cultural Historian, Walks On
Cliff SiJohn passed away December 24. He was serving as director of cultural awareness at the Coeur d’Alene Hotel/Casino at the time of his death...
Traditional Ceremonies a Big Part of Vietnam Vet Ed McGaa’s Life
For Marine Corps fighter pilot Major Ed McGaa (Eagle Man), traditional Oglala Lakota ceremony played a large part before, during and after his eventful tour of combat in Vietnam...
Vietnam Veteran: ‘We Were Winning When I Left’
Terry Combs joined the military as the Vietnam War was heating up because he felt it was the right thing to do at the time and for the experience...