Job: General Manager - St. Croix Casino Hertel Express - Wisconsin
July 28, 2017 - Still 'reorganizing' so BEAR with us!
Sault Tribe Chairman Aaron Payment, center right, with Secretary Ryan Zinke. Photo by Indianz.Com
The Trump administration has made its first major land-into-trust decision and the news doesn't look good for Indian Country. But the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe is promising a fight after two off-reservation applications were rejected.
• Earlier: New hurdles for off-reservation land-into-trust applications

More News

Sault Tribe vows fight after Trump team rejects land-into-trust applications
Navajo Nation moves ahead with purchase of ranch near sacred mountain
Pamunkey Tribe secures designation of Indian Health Service delivery area
Mark Trahant: A day of bad jokes as Senate resumes debate on health care
Cronkite News: Trump's ban on transgender soldiers stirs heated opposition
Joy Harjo: That time my hands tested positive for 'explosives' at the airport
Two police officers charged with assault for death of Rosebud Sioux citizen
Two Fort Peck defendants see lengthy sentences for crimes against children
Sherwood Valley Band calls in authorities to take down marijuana operation
United Auburn Indian Community denies pregnancy motivated worker's firing
Pala Band announces big changes as part of $170 million casino expansion
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs cancels business meeting and hearing
Tribes team up to address northern border issues at conference in August
Comanche Nation hails indictment against former tax commission worker
Rosebud Sioux Tribe extends gaming compact for eleventh time in five years
Mark Trahant: Indian Country goes ignored as Senate takes up health reform
Cronkite News: McCain calls for compromise as Senate opens health debate
Steven Newcomb: Teaching students in California about true Native history
Trump hire at Bureau of Indian Affairs makes big promise on tribal taxation
Dakota Access firm told to stop work on pipeline after contaminating water
Another pipeline affecting tribal communities heads toward final approval
Fort Peck Reservation man due for sentencing in assault of 4-year-old girl
Top official blamed for 'Thursday night massacre' at Interior Department
Leaders of Colville Tribes ask citizens about returning to traditional name
Mohegan Tribe dethrones Pechanga Band to win USA Today poll of casinos
Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association details economic benefits of casinos
Trump administration backs away from yet another pro-tribal legal opinion
Senate confirms familiar figure to top position at Department of the Interior
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe welcomes recognition of authority on ancestral land
Cronkite News: Sen. McCain returns to Washington amid health care debate
Cleve Davis: Racist and colonizing language deeply embedded in America
Critic of #NoDAPL movement under consideration for U.S. Attorney post
Cherokee Nation details devastating impacts of opioid crisis in Oklahoma
Navajo Nation interested in acquiring property with two sacred mountains
Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act reportedly moves closer to passage in Senate
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe schedules grand opening for new health clinic
Museum in New Orleans celebrates city's 300th birthday with tribal exhibit
Editorial: Montaukett Indian Nation deserves to be recognized in New York
Tachi Yokut Tribe starts work on family-friendly casino expansion project
Stillaguamish Tribe adds vehicle charging stations to casino gas station
Chehalis Tribe promotes longtime employee as chief executive at casino
Report confirms Native women suffer from high rate of homicide in nation
Conservative group launches another attack on Indian Child Welfare Act
Navajo Nation citizen Carol Surveyor announces run for Congress in Utah
House Committee on Natural Resources set to advance more Indian bills
Trump administration withdraws fracking standards for Indian Country
Mark Trahant: Senate Republicans attempt another vote on health care
DVIDS: Partnership brings health care services to Fort Peck Reservation
Cronkite News: Trump's review of monuments draws 1.4M comments
Global Voices: Digital radio station promotes indigenous communities
Bryan Newland: The #fakenews crisis about the land-into-trust process
Tiffany Midge: We all need to champion our indigenous sisters except..
Steven Newcomb: European concepts continue to oppress our nations
>>> more headlines...
Dynamic Homes
Advertise: ads@blueearthmarketing.com 712.224.5420

Stay Connected


Top Stories

1. Trump hire at Bureau of Indian Affairs makes big promise on tribal taxation
2. Top official blamed for 'Thursday night massacre' at Interior Department
3. Two police officers charged with assault for death of Rosebud Sioux citizen
4. Sault Tribe vows fight after Trump team rejects land-into-trust applications
5. Dakota Access firm told to stop work on pipeline after contaminating water

Hot Topics


Way Back When

2012: High-profile Indian Child Welfare Act case
2007: Indian Health Service slow to resolve audits
2002: Judge Lamberth to the rescue for tribes

Useful Links

Turtle Talk | Pechanga.net | Trahant Reports
Lakota Country Times | Native Sun News Today
Sicangu Scribe | Indian Country Media Network
Native News Online | YES! Magazine
Bureau of Indian Affairs | Indian Health Service
Office of Special Trustee | Cobell Buy-Back
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
House Committee on Natural Resources

Jobs and Notices

National Indian Education Association - Tribal Education Specialist Position
General Manager - St. Croix Casino Hertel Express
CHIEF JUDGE - MESCALERO APACHE TRIBAL COURT
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation - Chief Financial Officer
Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson, & Perry LLP - 2018 Summer 2L Student Associates
Dental Support Center Director – Tribal Health Program Support
USET Diabetes Control Officer
Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas - Staff Attorney
Director of Human Resources
Chief Financial Officer
Honoring Fatherhood Program (HFP) Manager
TRIBAL CLIMATE SCIENCE LIAISON
• Contact Blue Earth Marketing, ads@blueearthmarketing.com, to place your job ad or notice

Native America Calling

July in the News - From health care to Standing Rock to tribal politics, we take time to regularly speak with journalists, newsmakers and others about the important issues of the day. We’ll devote the hour to catching up on major news events throughout Native America. Join us for our regular news round-up.
-- Listen on Native America Calling