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Cherokee vote on alcohol sales a go next April

Businesses in Cherokee are gearing up for a campaign aimed at convincing members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to vote ‘yes’ on a measure that could end the nearly reservation-wide moratorium on the sale of alcohol....


United Sto:lo call for war council

A message of solidarity went out from the Sto:lo people this week to say that the Yale Treaty will not work for them....


United Sto:lo rally war council to oppose Yale Treaty

A united and ongoing Sto:lo fight against the federal and provincial government's push to ratify a treaty with the Yale Indian Band could get physical. Read more:


Jury awards $150,000 in punitive damages in shooting death of Ramapough Indian

A jury on Wednesday awarded $150,000 in punitive damages to the family of a Ramapough Indian who was fatally shot by a state park ranger five years ago in Mahwah....


Inuit sleds being built for Arctic sovereignty patrols

The future of Arctic sovereignty will be riding on traditional Inuit wooden sleds that are being assembled by a group of Canadian Rangers in Yellowknife....


FWP recommends moving bison to Indian reservations

HELENA — Montana wildlife officials on Wednesday said they will recommend the relocation of 68 quarantined Yellowstone National Park bison to two Indian reservations after running into strong opposition by ranchers and landowners to proposals to move the animals to other parts of the state. Read more:


Former SD trial chairman sentenced to 3 years

PIERRE, S.D. — A former Crow Creek Sioux tribal chairman was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for a scheme in which tribal officials were rewarded for giving contracts to construction companies for buildings at the tribe's central South Dakota school....


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