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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to rack up more wins
National | Politics
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton continue to rack up more wins (March 16, 2016)
Republican real estate mogul Donald Trump won three more states as a rival dropped out. Democrat Hillary Clinton won at least four of five states.

Self-described 'Cherokee' artist admits to misrepresentation
Arts & Entertainment | Law | National | Federal Recognition
Self-described 'Cherokee' artist admits to misrepresentation (September 14, 2015)
Terry Lee Whetstone pleaded guilty to violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act and will remain under probation for three years.

Group that claims Cherokee ancestry files for recognition
Federal Recognition
Group that claims Cherokee ancestry files for recognition (July 21, 2015)
The Southern Cherokee Tribe submitted a 79-pound application to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in May.

Self-described Cherokee artist charged for misrepresentation
Arts & Entertainment | Law | National | Federal Recognition
Self-described Cherokee artist charged for misrepresentation (June 29, 2015)
Terry Lee Whitstone is accused of violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.

Gyasi Ross: Police shootings aren't just a 'people of color' issue
Opinion
Gyasi Ross: Police shootings aren't just a 'people of color' issue (November 19, 2014)
Police shootings represent a trend that goes back several hundred years.

KCUR: Modern and historic Indian art on display in Kansas City
Arts & Entertainment
KCUR: Modern and historic Indian art on display in Kansas City (August 21, 2014)
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art at Johnson County Community College are bringing contemporary and historic Indian art to audiences in Kansas City.

Plans underway for American Indian Center of the Great Plains
National | Sports
Plans underway for American Indian Center of the Great Plains (June 24, 2014)
Two Indian organizations plan to move into the space.

Horse slaughter facilities prepare to open after court ruling
Environment | Law
Horse slaughter facilities prepare to open after court ruling (December 17, 2013)
Two controversial horse slaughtering are preparing to open after the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals lifted a temporary stay.

Support grows for trail to recognize forced removal of Ponca Tribe
National
Support grows for trail to recognize forced removal of Ponca Tribe (December 3, 2013)
Support is growing for the designation of a trail that will recognize the forced removal of the Ponca Tribe.

Wyandotte Nation opens doors to SONIC  franchise in Missouri
Business
Wyandotte Nation opens doors to SONIC franchise in Missouri (November 19, 2013)
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma opened the doors to a Sonic Drive-In franchise on Monday.

Wyandotte Nation signs first tribal franchise deal with Sonic
Business
Wyandotte Nation signs first tribal franchise deal with Sonic (August 6, 2013)
The Wyandotte Nation is the first tribe to sign a franchise deal with the Sonic Drive-In company.

Wyandotte Nation to expand economy with Sonic in Missouri
Business
Wyandotte Nation to expand economy with Sonic in Missouri (July 17, 2013)
The Wyandotte Nation will be opening a Sonic Drive-In in Seneca, Missouri.

Rick Santorum  boosts campaign with  victories in three states
Politics
Rick Santorum boosts campaign with victories in three states (February 8, 2012)
Former senator Rick Santorum revived his struggling presidential campaign with Republican victories in Colorado, Missouri and Minnesota on Tuesday. Santorum made a strong showing in all three states. Mitt Romney,...

Quapaw Tribe plans for development on property in Missouri
Business
Quapaw Tribe plans for development on property in Missouri (February 6, 2012)
The Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma plans to develop property it owns in Missouri. The tribe wants to open a large convenience store and an RV park on the land, The...

Column: Place names in Missouri come from Indian roots
Opinion
Column: Place names in Missouri come from Indian roots (October 27, 2011)
"Ever since the beginning of time, everything has had a name, every hill and valley, river, lake and stream. Every roadway, town and county across the country has a name,...

Coushatta Tribe sends youth to Missouri to help relief efforts
National
Coushatta Tribe sends youth to Missouri to help relief efforts (June 9, 2011)
Young members of the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana are in Joplin, Missouri, this week to help with tornado relief efforts. Twenty high school and college students made the trek to...

Peoria Tribe collects donations to help victims of tornado
National
Peoria Tribe collects donations to help victims of tornado (May 24, 2011)
The Peoria Tribe of Oklahoma is collecting donations for the victims of the deadly tornado in Joplin, Missouri. The tribe is working with the American Red Cross and the Salvation...

Education: Eliminating 'Indian' mascots stirs controversy
Education
Education: Eliminating 'Indian' mascots stirs controversy (May 19, 2011)
"For eight decades, students at Southeast Missouri State University, a mid-sized college located on the banks of the Mississippi River in rural, conservative Cape Girardeau, had proudly rooted for its...

Sen. McCaskill  failed to remit property taxes on   private plane
Politics
Sen. McCaskill failed to remit property taxes on private plane (March 29, 2011)
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), a leading critic of tribal and Alaska Native corporation contracting, failed to pay nearly $300,000 in property taxes on a plane she owns with her...

Sen. McCaskill  used taxpayer funds to cover private plane flights
Politics
Sen. McCaskill used taxpayer funds to cover private plane flights (March 11, 2011)
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), a leading critic of tribal and Alaska Native corporation contracting, used taxpayer funds to pay for flights on a private jet owned by her husband. McCaskill...

Blog: Sac and Fox Nation settles lawsuit over ancestral remains
Law
Blog: Sac and Fox Nation settles lawsuit over ancestral remains (January 24, 2011)
"The Missouri Department of Natural Resources was hoardin' the bones of ancient ancestors. The Sac and Fox Nation wanted 'em back. A lawsuit filed by the tribe against the DNR...

National Geographic Magazine: Cahokia, America's Forgotten City
National
National Geographic Magazine: Cahokia, America's Forgotten City (January 3, 2011)
"If they ever build a Wal-Mart at Machu Picchu, I will think of Collinsville Road. I'm standing at the center of what was once the greatest civilization between the...

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