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August 01, 2003
Ho-Chunk Nation holds first pow-wow in 50 years (08/01)
Navajo woman carries on rug weaving tradition (08/01)
Mont. tribal business finalizing $20M deal (08/01)
Former Southern Ute chairman dies of heart attack (08/01)
Latest Apache fire spares tribal timber (08/01)
Health studies show Indian Country disparities (08/01)
Oneida families lose homes waiting on court (08/01)
Judge tosses lawsuit against tribe's amphitheater (08/01)
S.D. center will facilitate disparity research (08/01)
Vet warns West Nile virus will hit Navajo Nation (08/01)
Senate passes Indian technical corrections act (08/01)
Bush signs bill returning land to Pueblos (08/01)
Johnson introduces economic development bill (08/01)
Studies document disparities in Indian health (08/01)
Indian-owned business sells discount drugs (08/01)
Mont. tribal college dedicates new campus (08/01)
Ceremony to commemorate Nez Perce battle (08/01)
Indian memorial at Bighorn worth a visit (08/01)
Griles criticized by presidential candidate Dean (08/01)
Appeals court nominee blocked by filibuster (08/01)
Senate scraps energy bill for 2002 measure (08/01)
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Cronkite News: Trump's Education secretary defends remarks about undocumented students
Democrats and advocates want Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to disavow her remarks about schools and undocumented students.

Trump administration backs Crow hunter in tribal treaty rights case
The Trump administration has come through for a Crow citizen in a treaty rights dispute. Will it sway the nation's highest court?

It was called the 'Spanish Flu.' But it killed hundreds of Indians too
A worldwide flu pandemic struck Indian Country hard, killing more than 2,000 Navajos and 600 Lakotas one hundred years ago.

Mark Trahant: Three Native women are running for top office in Minnesota
Three Ojibwe women are running for the office of Lt. Governor of Minnesota. Unprecedented?

YES! Magazine: Native hiker helps reclaim indigenous place names
Native climber Len Necefer created indigenous geotags for more than 40 mountains.

Jason Asenap: Confronting colonialism while others celebrate it
How do you honor New Mexico’s colorful past without celebrating violent colonialism in racially charged festivities?

Ivan Star Comes Out: Our children aren't growing up with our culture
From what I have witnessed during my 60-plus years of life, most of our college graduates are culturally handicapped and they do not speak Lakota.

Oops. An Air Force Base lost grenade launcher ammunition on a reservation
A rough reservation road led to the loss of grenade launcher ammunition. The Air Force is offering a $5,000 reward for it.

Online gaming also on the table as Connecticut negotiates with tribes
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are moving closer to online gaming and sports betting in Connecticut.

Trump administration finally informs tribes about dramatic reorganization
After keeping Indian Country in the dark for more than a year, the Trump administration is ready to consult with tribes.

A 'dark period' in American history: Repatriation committee gets back on track
A 'dark period' in American history: Repatriation committee gets back on track
After a long wait, the Trump administration announced new advocates for the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.

'Another threat to water': Fort Peck Tribes angered by oil well spill
Some 600 barrels of oil and 90,000 barrels of production water, also known as brine, spilled from an oil well on the Fort Peck Reservation.

Cronkite News: Trump ally submits signatures for busy Senate race
Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio supports everything Donald Trump does. But he's not a "yes man."

Mary Annette Pember: Indian Country Today set for relaunch on June 4
Mark your calendars: the new Indian Country Today debuts at the mid-year session of the National Congress of American Indians.

Malinda Maynor Lowery: Indigenous people are the original Southerners
Malinda Maynor Lowery: Indigenous people are the original Southerners
When people see Southern history in black and white, where are American Indians? A Lumbee citizen asks a key question.

Pamunkey Tribe not invited to local meeting about casino plan
Local officials in Virginia are hosting a town hall to discuss plans for a casino only they haven't invited a key player.

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians schedules referendum on alcohol
Citizens of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will decide whether the tribe will operate its own liquor store on the reservation in North Carolina.

School on Pine Ridge Reservation immerses children in Lakota culture
School on Pine Ridge Reservation immerses children in Lakota culture
A school on the Pine Ridge Reservation is immersing children in Lakota culture, turning the tide against genocide and trauma.

Tribes back bill to protect ancestral lands from Trump's energy push
Tribes back bill to protect ancestral lands from Trump's energy push
Tribal leaders want to prevent the Trump administration from allowing energy development on ancestral lands.

House committee set to advance Republican-sponsored Indian bills
House committee set to advance Republican-sponsored Indian bills
The House Committee on Natural Resources is due to advance three Indian bills at a markup session on Capitol Hill.

Indian Health Service back in the hot seat with budget hearing
Indian Health Service back in the hot seat with budget hearing
It's almost been a year since the Indian Health Service came under heavy fire before lawmakers who control the agency's funding.

Cronkite News: San Carlos Apache activist joins rally at U.S. Capitol
Cronkite News: San Carlos Apache activist joins rally at U.S. Capitol
'There are many issues that need to be addressed, but Congress doesn’t matter if there’s no water,' said Apache activist Wendsler Nosie Sr.

Graham Lee Brewer: Discrimination against Native students all too common
Graham Lee Brewer: Discrimination against Native students all too common
Discrimination against two young Mohawk men at Colorado State University highlights an all-too-common misunderstanding.

Mark Trahant: Paulette Jordan could be the first Native governor
Mark Trahant: Paulette Jordan could be the first Native governor
Conventional wisdom says Paulette Jordan has no chance, but Idaho is changing fast.

Scrambled Eggs: How the Trump team is mixing up the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Scrambled Eggs: How the Trump team is mixing up the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Still wondering about that reorganization? A former Bureau of Indian Affairs official explains it.

Yakama Nation dedicates new center to help veterans with services
Yakama Nation dedicates new center to help veterans with services
The Yakama Warriors Association finally has a place to call home on the reservation in Washington.

Teen ordered to apologize to treaty tribes for starting massive fire
Teen ordered to apologize to treaty tribes for starting massive fire
A 15-year-old boy started a massive fire that endangered treaty and cultural resources along the Columbia River.

Navajo Nation casinos generate another $10 million for chapter communities
Gaming continues to benefit communities on the Navajo Nation.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe gains local support for homelands legislation
After seeing some initial opposition, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe has gained local support for a bill to protect its homelands in Massachusetts.

Connecticut governor seeks to negotiate sports betting with tribes
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe could be on the road to sports betting soon in Connecticut.

Muscogee Nation clashes with state in reservation boundary dispute
Muscogee Nation clashes with state in reservation boundary dispute
The Muscogee Nation and the state of Oklahoma are headed into a historic sovereignty clash thanks to the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court sides with tribal interests in sovereign immunity case
Supreme Court sides with tribal interests in sovereign immunity case
In a rare win for Indian Country, the nation's highest court has sided with tribal interests in a closely-watched sovereign immunity case.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Energy company still hostile to indigenous interests
Doug George-Kanentiio: Energy company still hostile to indigenous interests
The Mohawk people can abide by our ancestral morals and reject a deal with the Enbridge energy company.

Mark Trahant: Native candidates in New Mexico react to polls and controversy
Mark Trahant: Native candidates in New Mexico react to polls and controversy
As voters head to the polls in New Mexico, Deb Haaland is in a tight three-way race while Gavin Clarkson is still stirring controversy.

Cronkite News: Republican version of Farm Bill defeated in House
Cronkite News: Republican version of Farm Bill defeated in House
Two Arizona lawmakers were among the 30 Republicans who crossed the aisle and joined all Democrats to send the $868 billion farm bill to defeat.