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Filed Under: Environment | National
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe contests uranium expansion (01/21)
The Oglala Sioux Tribe contested foreign uranium mining expansion in Nebraska

Filed Under: Opinion
Clara Caufield: Run recalls days of horror for Northern Cheyenne (01/21)
This second week in January is when the Northern Cheyenne remember the Fort Robinson Breakout and Massacre, often simply called 'The Breakout' needing no further explanation to us.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National | Politics
Native Sun News: Tribes continue fight against Keystone Pipeline (01/16)
The most recent House bill to approve the Keystone pipeline was passed 266-153 and sent to the Senate.

Filed Under: Law
Brian Pierson: Recent federal court decisions affecting tribes (01/13)
Attorney Brian Pierson reviews some recent federal court decisions affecting Indian law.

Filed Under: Environment | Law | National | Politics
Nebraska court upholds law setting Keystone XL Pipeline route (01/09)
Republicans in Congress are still pushing bills to approve the controversial project.

Filed Under: Law | Opinion
Dennis Hastings: Omaha tribal sovereignty for 2015 and beyond (12/26)
The Omaha now have an undisputed right to exercise their tribal sovereignty among the ancestral lands of the original 1854 Reservation external boundaries.

Filed Under: Business | Law
8th Circuit sides with Omaha Tribe in reservation boundary case (12/19)
The decision means a group of non-Indian businesses must comply with the tribe's liquor laws and regulations.

Filed Under: National
Kevin Abourezk: A mystery of Indian agents with same name (11/26)
Two men with the same name served as Indian agents but only one oversaw the forced removal of Chief Standing Bear and the Ponca Tribe.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics
House Natural Resources Committee passes three tribal bills (11/21)
The bills affect an Alaska Native corporation, the Hualapai Tribe and the Ponca Tribe.

Filed Under: Opinion
Column: 1864 incident in Nebraska started the Great Sioux War (11/17)
Historian discusses an August 1864 attack that marked the start of a prolonged war between Sioux Nations and the United States.

Filed Under: Law
Nebraska court requires ICWA standard in custody proceeding (11/14)
The father, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, is trying to retain legal custody of his children.

Filed Under: Environment | National | Politics
Republican lawmakers vow to approve Keystone XL Pipeline (11/11)
President Barack Obama might not be opposed to a Keystone bill, The New York Times reported.

Filed Under: Politics
Larry Wright returns to chair's post at Ponca Tribe in Nebraska (11/06)
The new leader previously served two terms in office.

Filed Under: National
Lincoln Indian Center adopts permanent alcohol ban after party (10/21)
The decision will mean a loss of revenue for the center.

Filed Under: Business | Opinion
Editorial: Winnebago Tribe's business makes a big contribution (10/21)
Praise for Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe.

Filed Under: Education | Law
Omaha Tribe links incident to dispute over reservation borders (10/08)
The bus was leaving a football game on Friday night when it was struck by something.

Filed Under: National
HUD awards $60M in community development grants to tribes (10/08)
The grants were awarded to 90 tribes in nearly two dozen states, including Alaska.

Filed Under: Business
Winnebago Tribe's company secures $6.5M government contract (10/03)
All Native Solutions will provide furniture and equipment to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.

Filed Under: Opinion | Sports
Column: Joba Chamberlain shares his life story through tattoos (10/02)
Joba Chamberlain, a member of the Winnebago Tribe who plays for the Detroit Tigers, explains the meaning of his tattoos.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment | National | Politics
Native Sun News: Harvest the Hope concert unites Keystone foes (10/02)
Cowboys and Indians; West coast and East Coast; brown and white; rich and poor; 8,000 people gathered on a farm owned by Art and Helen Tanderup in solidarity

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