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Yurok Tribe shares sad news about salmon festival -- no salmon Yurok Tribe shares sad news about salmon festival -- no salmon (07/22)
The 54th annual Klamath Salmon Festival will go ahead as planned on August 20 but without the customary salmon lunch.
Interior Department consults tribes about new trust reform law Interior Department consults tribes about new trust reform law (07/22)
Tribes supported H.R.812, the Indian Trust Asset Reform Act, because it promises dramatic changes to the federal government's trust management structure.
New law in Oklahoma goes against Indian Arts and Crafts Act New law in Oklahoma goes against Indian Arts and Crafts Act (07/22)
The Oklahoma law leaves out members of state recognized tribes.
NMAI seeks input from tribes about veterans memorial in DC NMAI seeks input from tribes about veterans memorial in DC (07/22)
Construction is expected to begin in the fall of 2018 and the memorial could be completed in time for Veterans Day in 2020.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe declares emergency over opioids Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe declares emergency over opioids (07/22)
At least 11 people -- all under of the age of 35 -- died after overdosing on opioids and two more deaths have been linked to drugs.
Coeur d'Alene Tribe kicks off popular powwow after brief absence Coeur d'Alene Tribe kicks off popular powwow after brief absence (07/22)
Julyamsh is being held at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds after a one-year hiatus.
Blackfeet Nation swears in leaders and looks to a new future Blackfeet Nation swears in leaders and looks to a new future (07/22)
The tribal council in its current form would no longer exist under a new constitution that's being considered on the Montana reservation.
Review: Hard look at drugs in Indian Country in 'Seventh Fire' Review: Hard look at drugs in Indian Country in 'Seventh Fire' (07/22)
The documentary focuses on drugs on the White Earth Nation in Minnesota.
Training sessions planned for final Indian Child Welfare Act rule Training sessions planned for final Indian Child Welfare Act rule (07/22)
The new rule requires state court systems and state welfare agencies to determine whether a child is Indian and whether ICWA applies to their proceedings.
Donald Trump closes Republican convention that left out Indian Country Donald Trump closes Republican convention that left out Indian Country (07/22)
Tribes sent representatives and some tribal citizens were there too but Indian Country was missing from the big picture.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe hosts walk for cancer Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe hosts walk for cancer (07/22)
Several tribal citizens of all ages braved a hot summer day and walked from the Billy Mills Hall to the pow-wow grounds to acknowledged Native American Cancer Awareness Month.
Native Sun News: Appeal delays release of Keepseagle checks Native Sun News: Appeal delays release of Keepseagle checks (07/22)
Keepseagle claimants who were hoping to receive a supplemental payment of $21,275 sometime this summer will have to wait for the outcome of an appeal filed by the ex-husband of one of the lead plaintiffs.
Cherokee player Koda Glover wins praise in major league debut Cherokee player Koda Glover wins praise in major league debut (07/21)
The 23-year-old Cherokee player made a strong debut right after being called up from the minors.
Oglala Sioux Tribe confirms shooting death of 13-year-old girl Oglala Sioux Tribe confirms shooting death of 13-year-old girl (07/21)
Te'Ca Clifford had just turned 13 years old on June 22.
California remains a battleground for Indian Child Welfare Act California remains a battleground for Indian Child Welfare Act (07/21)
Tribal leaders have produced a detailed report that shows how little has changed when it comes to protecting Indian children.
Laguna Pueblo loses case linked to military contract kickbacks Laguna Pueblo loses case linked to military contract kickbacks (07/21)
The New Mexico tribe's construction company at one point administered over $350 million in contracts for work in the Middle East.
Yurok Tribe launches operation to rid reservation of marijuana Yurok Tribe launches operation to rid reservation of marijuana (07/21)
Operation Yurok has kicked off for the fourth year in a row on the northern California reservation.
Tribes in Connecticut sponsor cruise for Republican delegates Tribes in Connecticut sponsor cruise for Republican delegates (07/21)
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are wooing Democrats too.
Tribal lobbyist not buying Donald Trump's message of change Tribal lobbyist not buying Donald Trump's message of change (07/21)
Michael Anderson on business as usual in Washington: 'The political and influence class is going on as before.'
Lakota Country Times: Fire deals huge setback to Rosebud Sioux children's program Lakota Country Times: Fire deals huge setback to Rosebud Sioux children's program (07/21)
Staff of the Lakota Tiwahe Center are working hard to resume services after a fire completely destroyed the building which housed the program and the records of children.
Native Sun News: Five young Rosebud Sioux tribal members killed in crash Native Sun News: Five young Rosebud Sioux tribal members killed in crash (07/21)
On Sunday, five members of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe were tragically killed in a head-on collision at the junction of Highways 44 and 63 near Corn Creek, South Dakota.
Youth group performs 'tribal' dances and sometimes for money Youth group performs 'tribal' dances and sometimes for money (07/20)
The Kwahadi Dancers of Texas have appropriated Navajo, Pueblo and other tribal ceremonies.
North Dakota sign change stirs strong feelings at Standing Rock North Dakota sign change stirs strong feelings at Standing Rock (07/20)
Marcellus Red Tomahawk was the first elected chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Former chairman of Winnebago Tribe indicted on theft charges Former chairman of Winnebago Tribe indicted on theft charges (07/20)
The charges stem from a period of political upheaval within the Nebraska-based tribe.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation faces challenge to taxation victory Citizen Potawatomi Nation faces challenge to taxation victory (07/20)
An arbitrator sided with the tribe in a major sales tax dispute but the state of Oklahoma is looking to appeal.
Interior Department sends more money for Cobell scholarships Interior Department sends more money for Cobell scholarships (07/20)
The scholarship fund now boasts a balance of about $40 million and offers went out to another 733 students this month.
Donald Trump officially named Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump officially named Republican presidential nominee (07/20)
The Alaska delegation -- which includes at least one Native citizen -- erupted in anger after all of the state's votes were given to the real estate mogul.
Unofficial NFL team mascot 'Chief Zee' passes away at age 75 Unofficial NFL team mascot 'Chief Zee' passes away at age 75 (07/20)
Zema Williams was an unapologetic fan of the Washington team and its racist imagery.
Lobbyist Holly Cook Macarro raises big sums for Hillary Clinton Lobbyist Holly Cook Macarro raises big sums for Hillary Clinton (07/20)
The Red Lake Nation citizen bundled $431,000 for the Hillary Victory Fund.
Lakota Country Times: Skate competition moves to Pine Ridge Lakota Country Times: Skate competition moves to Pine Ridge (07/20)
The non-profit Stronghold Society will host its One Gathering Skate for Life event on the Pine Ridge Reservation over the Labor Day weekend.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe mourns loss of young lives in vehicle crash Rosebud Sioux Tribe mourns loss of young lives in vehicle crash (07/19)
Five young people -- including a 6-month-old -- died in the accident. A four-year-old suffered serious injuries.
Navajo Nation dispels strange rumor about Cobell land buy-back effort Navajo Nation dispels strange rumor about Cobell land buy-back effort (07/19)
Some people are claiming the tribe needs the land to house refugees from the Middle East.
Summit aims to boost number of radio stations in Indian Country Summit aims to boost number of radio stations in Indian Country (07/19)
There are 58 radio stations in Indian Country and organizers want to help tribes start more.
Soldiers from Passamaquoddy Tribe finally recognized for service in World War I Soldiers from Passamaquoddy Tribe finally recognized for service in World War I (07/19)
The families of tribal members who were wounded or died during the war were presented with medals and eagle feathers.
Minutes show leaders of Fort Peck Tribes ordered 'Wino Round Up' Minutes show leaders of Fort Peck Tribes ordered 'Wino Round Up' (07/19)
Tribal leaders didn't want transients and other people around during the Wild Horse Stampede, a popular event on the reservation.

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