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Mark Trahant: Trump administration sabotages the treaty and trust relationship
Health | Politics

Mark Trahant: Trump administration sabotages the treaty and trust relationship (April 24, 2018)

The Trump administration maintains tribes are a race rather than sovereign governments, implicating the flow of Medicaid dollars to Indian Country.

Mark Trahant: Tribes lose a battle as sovereignty bill comes up for vote
Politics

Mark Trahant: Tribes lose a battle as sovereignty bill comes up for vote (April 17, 2018)

Tribes lost a battle in Congress when Democrats tanked a bill giving tribes authority over labor relations.

Mark Trahant: Paul Ryan's legacy included less for Indian health care
Opinion | Politics

Mark Trahant: Paul Ryan's legacy included less for Indian health care (April 12, 2018)

Paul Ryan came to Washington to blow up Washington. What happened?

Tim Giago: Nothing could ever beat the smell of ink in a Native newsroom
Opinion

Tim Giago: Nothing could ever beat the smell of ink in a Native newsroom (April 5, 2018)

Newspapers like The Navajo Times and the former Indian Country Today made Indian journalism fun.

Mark Trahant: Native candidate faces test in deep-red state of Idaho
Opinion | Politics

Mark Trahant: Native candidate faces test in deep-red state of Idaho (April 3, 2018)

Paulette Jordan is running as a Democrat in what is perhaps the reddest, most Republican state in the country.

Mark Trahant: Congress faces deadline to pass big spending bill
Politics

Mark Trahant: Congress faces deadline to pass big spending bill (March 22, 2018)

Indian programs are not a part of the policy disputes in Congress, but the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service would have operations suspended during a government shutdown

Tim Giago: Indian newspapers and Indian journalists are alive and well
Opinion

Tim Giago: Indian newspapers and Indian journalists are alive and well (March 6, 2018)

It seems that the newspaper I founded on the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1981 has been kicked from pillar to post since I sold it to the Oneida Nation in 1998.

Mark Trahant: To a new kind of news organization for Indian Country
Opinion

Mark Trahant: To a new kind of news organization for Indian Country (March 6, 2018)

I have been teaching journalism for the past seven years and I am always telling students that this is a time of great opportunity

Ron Holt: Not all Indian newspapers will stand the test of time
Opinion

Ron Holt: Not all Indian newspapers will stand the test of time (February 23, 2011)

The following opinion by Ron S. Holt appears in the latest issue of the Native Sun News. All content © Native Sun News. Newspapers in America are in the midst...

Delphine Red Shirt: Giago's newspaper gives voice to Indian writers
Opinion

Delphine Red Shirt: Giago's newspaper gives voice to Indian writers (February 4, 2011)

The following opinion by Delphine Red Shirt appears in the current issue of the Native Sun News. All content © Native Sun News. I am writing this column, pretty much,...

Tim Giago: Indian Country Today  denies  readers the right to know
Opinion

Tim Giago: Indian Country Today denies readers the right to know (January 24, 2011)

In response to a column I wrote last week about the lack of freedom of the press at Indian Country Today, Ray Cook, Op-ed Editor of This Week in Indian...

Ray Cook: Indian Country Today maintains journalistic relevance
Opinion

Ray Cook: Indian Country Today maintains journalistic relevance (January 19, 2011)

I have been involved with Indian Country Today since it was purchased by 4 Directions Media/Entertainment in late 1998. I along with Kara Briggs, Mark Trahant, Tim Johnson, Jose Barreiro...

Tim Giago: Freedom of the press not really alive in Indian Country
Opinion

Tim Giago: Freedom of the press not really alive in Indian Country (January 17, 2011)

Ray Halbritter, Publisher and CEO of Indian Country Today weekly newspaper announced last week that the newspaper will become a weekly magazine to be called This Week from Indian Country...