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JPR: Klamath Tribes ask Congress to approve water deal (04/18)
The Klamath Tribes of Oregon have signed off on the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement and now Congressional approval is needed.

Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mine (04/18)
As street demonstrations broke out over federal licensing of the first proposed in-situ uranium mining and milling in South Dakota, the Oglala Sioux Tribe faced an April 14 deadline to request a stay postponing the effective date of the permit.

Yale University museum accused of stealing Tlingit artifacts (04/17)
The Yale Peabody Museum is displaying artifacts that were stolen from a Tlingit village.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe opposes megaloads through reservation (04/17)
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota has barred megaload shipments through its reservation.

Virginia tribes question interpretation of treaty fishing rights (04/16)
The Pamunkey Tribe and the Mattaponi Tribe are questioning a new interpretation of their treaty fishing and hunting rights in Virginia.

Quinault Nation to reopen lake on reservation to non-Indians (04/16)
The Quinault Nation of Washington will reopen a lake on the reservation to non-Indians.

Lummi Nation argues for treaty fishing rights in disputed areas (04/15)
The Lummi Nation asked the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to recognize its treaty rights in a disputed area of Washington.

Ojibwe man from Canada charged for possession of wild animals (04/15)
Federal and state agents raided the home of an Ojibwe man from Canada who lives in New York.

Native Sun News: Tribes benefit from $5.15B uranium cleanup (04/15)
Navajo, Sioux and other tribes are among many populations across the United States who will benefit from a $5.15 billion settlement with Anadarko Petroleum.

Quileute Nation holds annual Welcoming the Whales ceremony (04/11)
The Quileute Tribe of Washington held its 7th annual Welcoming the Whales ceremony this morning.

Leader of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe addresses Keystone XL letter (04/11)
A letter that ties the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of South Dakota to the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline is only a contingency, Vice Chairman Boyd Gourneau said.

KPLU: Stillaguamish Tribe monitors fish after deadly mudslide (04/11)
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Washington is monitoring fish runs to determine whether there are any impacts from a deadly mudslide.

KUOW: Billy Frank Jr. still fighting for salmon and treaty rights (04/11)
Billy Frank Jr., the chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, is still fighting for salmon and treaty rights, decades after the fish wars in Washington.

Column: Moapa Band makes good deal for solar energy panels (04/10)
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians in Nevada used a High Energy Cost Grant from the Agriculture Department to install solar arrays at a tribal business.

Audio: House Natural Resources Committee hearing on forestry (04/10)
The House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing this morning to discuss tribal forestry issues.

Lawmakers move quickly on bill to diminish reservation borders (04/10)
Wyoming's all-Republican Congressional delegation is moving quickly on a bill that would diminish the boundaries of the Wind River Reservation.

Radio: Tribes take over management of state parks in Oklahoma (04/10)
StateImpact Oklahoma checks in on the Osage Nation and the Chickasaw Nation to find out how they are managing state parks.

The Verge: Uranium mines leave toxic legacy on Navajo Nation (04/10)
A landmark settlement will bring $1 billion to the Navajo Nation to clean up abandoned uranium sites.

Native Sun News: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe linked to Keystone XL (04/10)
Critics of TransCanada Corp.’s proposal to cross Lakota Territory with the Keystone XL Pipeline revealed a paper trail April 3, which exposed the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe’s disposition to cooperate with the project.

Men charged for killing trumpeter swan on Flathead Reservation (04/09)
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana charged two men for shooting and killing a trumpeter swan on the Flathead Reservation.

House Natural Resources Committee sets tribal forestry hearing (04/09)
The House Natural Resources Committee holds an oversight hearing tomorrow on tribal forestry management.

Alaska plans to sue DOI over controversial road for Native village (04/09)
The state of Alaska plans to sue the Obama administration for rejecting a controversial road that would benefit a Native village.

Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe saw victories on energy (04/09)
As summarized in the first parts of this series, in about two decades, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe achieved major victories related to area coal development.

Moapa Band celebrates completion of $2.4M solar power project (04/08)
The Moapa Band of Paiute Indians in Nevada has completed a $4.2 million solar energy project.

Team to look for signs of Native massacre at hands of Russians (04/07)
A team of archaeologists, geologists and biologists will look for signs of a massacre of Alaska Natives in the Aleutian islands.

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