Whiteclay Liquor Stores to Close Sunday; May be a Temporary Shut Down

Published April 28, 2017 WHITECLAY, NEBRASKA – Even though a district judge on Thursday overturned a decision by the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission last week to deny a renewal of the licenses of the Whiteclay beer stores, the retail outlets will close on Sunday night. After the judge overturned the decision, the the Nebraska Attorney General’s […]

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Trump’s Executive Order Threatens Bears Ears National Monument Status

Published April 27, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order directing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to consult local governments and tribes in reviewing national monuments created by the Antiquities Act since Jan.1, 1996, that are greater than 100,000 acres. The Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah, long viewed as […]

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Project Dakota Flyer Nets 15 Defendants (Including American Indians) for Selling Eagles & Other Migratory Birds

Published April 25, 2017 Several American Indians are among those who were indicted RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA – United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced on Monday, April 24, 2017, that fifteen individuals have been indicted for the illegal trafficking of eagles and other migratory birds. The Indictments are a result of a two-year undercover […]

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The Cheyenne River Youth Project Launches 2017 Bike Club for 4- to 12-Years-Olds at “The Main”

Published April 25, 2017 EAGLE BUTTE, SOUTH DAKOTA — For nearly three decades, the Cheyenne River Youth Project® has been dedicated to fostering wellness among the Cheyenne River Lakota reservation’s young people. And to Executive Director Julie Garreau and her staff, that means more than simply providing meals, snacks and safe spaces to learn and […]

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The Dakota Exile Healing Ride to Celebrate Earth Day at Fort Abercrombie

Earth Day 2017 Published April 22, 2017 FORT ABERCROMBIE, NORTH DAKOTA – The Dakota Exile Healing Ride began in Manitoba, Canada on April 12, 2017 and will be in Fort Abercrombie, North Dakota today to celebrate Earth Day 2017. With a mission to bridge cultures and heal past wounds, the Dakota Exile Healing Ride is true […]

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The Fight for Clean Water Continues: Menominee Tribe Seeks to Halt Mine

EARTH DAY Published April 22, 2017 KESHENA, WISCONSIN — “Min Wiconi – Water is Life” became the rallying cry last year at Standing Rock. American Indian tribes have had to fight to protect their water rights. While the fight continues in federal court for Standing Rock, other projects provide threats across Indian Country to clean […]

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