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Leech Lake Band celebrates groundbreaking for new high school Leech Lake Band celebrates groundbreaking for new high school (08/26)
The replacement Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig High School should be ready in time for the fall 2017 school year.
Ho-Chunk citizen Sharice Davids named as White House fellow Ho-Chunk citizen Sharice Davids named as White House fellow (08/26)
Sharice Davids is an attorney, entrepreneur and mixed-martial arts enthusiast.
Lummi Nation sends totem pole to #NoDAPL camp in North Dakota Lummi Nation sends totem pole to #NoDAPL camp in North Dakota (08/26)
The 22-foot tall totem pole is traveling 5,000 miles to raise awareness of the impacts of fossil fuel development in Indian Country.
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Support and unity at Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's #NoDAPL camp Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Support and unity at Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's #NoDAPL camp (08/26)
On the reservation of Standing Rock Sioux there were over 2,000 people with one thing in common: stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Dakota Access Pipeline lacks key approval to build at Lake Oahe site near reservation Dakota Access Pipeline lacks key approval to build at Lake Oahe site near reservation (08/26)
Work on the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline remains on hold in North Dakota amid legal and regulatory hurdles.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala veteran pushed for Black Elk Peak Lakota Country Times: Oglala veteran pushed for Black Elk Peak (08/26)
Lakota elder Basil Brave Heart remains positive and pragmatic about the situation.
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge mother charged in beating death of 2-year-old son Native Sun News: Pine Ridge mother charged in beating death of 2-year-old son (08/26)
The family of Kylen T. Shangreaux, 2, whose lifeless body was found battered and bruised, would like to see changes in the way child custody cases are handled in tribal court.
Sen. Bernie Sanders joins opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline Sen. Bernie Sanders joins opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline (08/25)
The #NoDAPL movement is gaining some political muscle amid a fight in the courts and on the ground.
Hopi Tribe struggles to address high levels of arsenic in water Hopi Tribe struggles to address high levels of arsenic in water (08/25)
The tribe needs $18 million to $20 million to fix the water system but it doesn't have the money.
Spokane Tribe hit hard as blaze destroys homes on reservation Spokane Tribe hit hard as blaze destroys homes on reservation (08/25)
Fellow tribes have sent fire crews and donations to help families in need on the Washington reservation.
Osage Nation celebrates $74M acquisition of ancestral territory Osage Nation celebrates $74M acquisition of ancestral territory (08/25)
The Oklahoma tribe is filing a land-into-trust application for the 43,000-acre ranch Bluestem Ranch.
Leader of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe dispels rumors about #NoDAPL camp site Leader of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe dispels rumors about #NoDAPL camp site (08/25)
The thousands of people who are resisting the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline are promoting peace not pipe bombs, Chairman Harold Frazier said.
Lakota Country Times: Bill honors memory of young Northern Cheyenne woman Lakota Country Times: Bill honors memory of young Northern Cheyenne woman (08/25)
Lawmakers from Montana have introduced legislation to create a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.
Native Sun News: Thousands join #NoDAPL pipeline resistance movement Native Sun News: Thousands join #NoDAPL pipeline resistance movement (08/25)
Delegations from near and far poured into the Red Warrior Camp and Sacred Stone Spirit Camp in Cannon Ball, to take part in prayer ceremonies and direct actions aimed at preventing pipeline companies from building the oil transport route across the Missouri River.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sees strong support at pipeline hearing Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sees strong support at pipeline hearing (08/24)
Hundreds flocked to the federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., to show support for the tribe in its battle against the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Meskwaki author Ray Young Bear wins award for poetry collection Meskwaki author Ray Young Bear wins award for poetry collection (08/24)
The Before Columbus Foundation is recognizing three Native citizens in 2016.
Judge takes aim at Ute Tribe after being kicked off sovereignty case Judge takes aim at Ute Tribe after being kicked off sovereignty case (08/24)
After nearly four decades on the case, Judge Bruce Jenkins was kicked off by a higher court and he's not happy about it.
Native Sun News: Sage remains a special plant for Native peoples Native Sun News: Sage remains a special plant for Native peoples (08/24)
Peji hota or prairie sage (artemisia ludoviciana) is one of many native herbs of South Dakota and the Great Plains
Lakota Country Times: County seeks compensation for trust lands Lakota Country Times: County seeks compensation for trust lands (08/24)
Indian Country has long suffered from the failed policies of the assimilation era.
U.S. Sentencing Commission continues work of tribal advisory group U.S. Sentencing Commission continues work of tribal advisory group (08/23)
The Tribal Issues Advisory Group will continue to look at issues affecting Indian Country.
Second run scheduled to raise awareness of Gold King Mine disaster Second run scheduled to raise awareness of Gold King Mine disaster (08/23)
The Navajo Nation is suing the Environmental Protection Agency and private companies after millions of gallons of toxic waste entered the water supply.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe seeks prayers ahead of pipeline hearing Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe seeks prayers ahead of pipeline hearing (08/23)
Chairman Harold Frazier plans to join Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault at the federal court in Washington, D.C.
Sheriff mistook sacred pipes for pipe bombs at pipeline protest site Sheriff mistook sacred pipes for pipe bombs at pipeline protest site (08/23)
The Dakota Access Pipeline protests have been peaceful but tensions with law enforcement and officials in the state of North Dakota are flaring.
Native Sun News: Mario Gonzales goes from ball court to law court Native Sun News: Mario Gonzales goes from ball court to law court (08/23)
There are two basic types of hero in Lakota country; long dead legendary ancestors, and athletes who can shoot an orange ball through an iron hoop.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe joins fight against pipeline Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe joins fight against pipeline (08/23)
A herd of horses disbursed the line of police officers that guarded the entrance to the construction site used to build the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.
Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court (08/22)
The tribe is defending its court system from an 'attack' by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Indian children over-represented in foster care system in Minnesota Indian children over-represented in foster care system in Minnesota (08/22)
Indian children are 2 percent of the state's child population and 24 percent of the foster care population.
Hillary Clinton lands more tribal leader endorsements in New Mexico Hillary Clinton lands more tribal leader endorsements in New Mexico (08/22)
The All Pueblo Council of Governors is lending its support to the Democratic presidential nominee.
Tribes prepare for critical hearing in Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit Tribes prepare for critical hearing in Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit (08/22)
Support is growing across Indian Country as tribes head to court in a bid to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from crossing their sacred lands.
Chippewa Cree family lays young loved one Reece Morsette to rest Chippewa Cree family lays young loved one Reece Morsette to rest (08/22)
Reece Troy Morsette, 15, loved riding horses and participating in rodeos.
Lakota Country Times: Tribes unite to stop Dakota Access Pipeline Lakota Country Times: Tribes unite to stop Dakota Access Pipeline (08/22)
Tribal-nations from across Lakota Country have come together to resist the construction of a new pipeline that planners hope to construct underneath the Missouri River.
Donald Trump picks Navajo man for agriculture advisory committee Donald Trump picks Navajo man for agriculture advisory committee (08/22)
Tsosie Lewis appears to be the only Native person with an official connection to the Republican presidential candidate's campaign.
Native Sun News: Black Elk Peak honors sanctity of Black Hills site Native Sun News: Black Elk Peak honors sanctity of Black Hills site (08/22)
The highest peak east of the Rockies will enjoy a new name, a name that honors the indigenous people who’ve worshipped here for centuries, Black Elk Peak.
Yurok Tribe focuses on removal of dams for annual salmon festival Yurok Tribe focuses on removal of dams for annual salmon festival (08/19)
There won't be a salmon lunch this year but the California tribe is still expecting thousands for the cultural celebration.
97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story 97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story (08/19)
Sid Byrd was sent to the Genoa Indian Industrial School in Nebraska when he was just six years old.

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