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NHL official said Native player had drug problem (12/21)
Native hockey player put on extended paid leave (12/18)
Girls' basketball team stirs Cherokee Nation pride (12/18)
Column: Navajo Nation joins Red Sox Nation (12/12)
Native hockey legend urges youth to stay sober (12/07)
Jodi Rave: Nike executive true to Native roots (12/06)
2010 Olympic mascots inspired by First Nations (11/28)
Penobscot Nation opposes 'Chief Wahoo' mascot (10/18)
Navajo baseball player finds fans on reservation (10/17)
Iroquois lacrosse team joins forces with Nike (10/09)
Navajo baseball player headed to the playoffs (10/09)
Navajo baseball player makes his mark in Boston (10/08)
Yankees player offers hope to Winnebago Tribe (10/04)
Nike's 'Air Native' shoes draw some complaints (10/03)
Blackfeet player a first pick in basketball draft (09/28)
Comanche student running strong in Minnesota (09/27)
Nike develops the 'Air Native N7' for Native feet (09/26)
Muckleshoot Tribe offers free site for Sonics arena (09/18)
Seminole man hopes to follow in grandfather's path (09/12)
Winnebago player a hit among New York Yankee fans (08/30)
Column: Counting the seats at Haskell stadium (08/21)
Winnebago pitcher excels with New York Yankees (08/21)
Notah Begay touts Oneida Nation golf tournament (08/16)
Golfers seek out Choctaw man for his healing hands (08/09)
Jodi Rave: Youth show talent at Native Elite Sports camp (08/01)
South Dakota baseball team hosts Native youth (07/24)
Native Elite Sports to host basketball camp (07/23)
Navajo basketball team accuses police of bias (07/19)
Anchorage excited for World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (07/19)
World Eskimo-Indian Olympics kick off in Anchorage (07/18)
Lacrosse finds its way back to New York tribes (07/13)
Columnist calls 'Redskins' a slur to Native people (07/13)
Navajo baseball player leaves big impression (07/09)
Navajo player makes big impact on baseball field (07/05)
Notah Begay returns to course for national tournament (07/03)
Navajo baseball player makes major leage debut (07/02)
Muckleshoot Tribe hires firm to study Sonics arena (06/28)
Omaha Tribe suspends operations at speedway (06/22)
Siletz Tribe to raise awareness through baseball (06/19)
Column: Cheyenne youth attend basketball camp (06/15)
Column: Pine Ridge fighter steps into tough ring (06/15)
Muckleshoot Tribe in talks with NBA team owner (06/06)
Muckleshoot Tribe eyes relocation of Sonics (06/05)
Sotheby's to auction 28 letters by Jim Thorpe (05/30)
Navajo chapter paves way for skate park in Shiprock (05/18)
Jodi Rave: Basketball standout graduates from UM (05/14)
Excerpt: The Real All Americans by Sally Jenkins (05/14)
Seminole Tribe gives back to high school (05/09)
Alaska Native Youth Olympics underway in Anchorage (04/27)
Column: Jim Thorpe and the All-Americans (04/27)
Alaska Native man starts semi-pro football team (04/18)
Pember: Native basketball tourney certified by NCAA (04/10)
NCAA given 'Muzzle' for Indian mascot policy (04/10)
Sisseton-Wahpeton boxer chases Olympic dreams (04/06)
Native athletes headed to major league baseball (03/29)
Chief Wahoo won't appear at 'civil rights' game (03/22)
Bill to shield Indian mascots from NCAA reintroduced (03/16)
Native hockey player suspended for season (03/12)
Editorial: Time for all teams to drop Indian mascots (02/27)
USA Today: Few Natives in college, pro sports (02/22)
Column: Not all Native people honored by mascots (02/22)
Column: Mascots disempower Native Americans (02/22)
Tulalip boys basketball team heads to state finals (02/21)
Tohono O'odham student a star on and off the court (02/19)
Indian athletes face racism at games off reservation (02/16)
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