Published May 23, 2017 NEW YORK – Two influential voices, one that resonates through the halls of authority on Capitol Hill and beyond, the other, to legions of readers and viewers across the globe, placed tribal nations at the forefront of the escalating struggle to protect sacred beings and sacred lands. To coincide with the […]
Published May 23, 2017 SALT LAKE CITY— Sixty-four percent of registered voters in Utah believe protections should remain in place for Bears Ears National Monument, compared to just thirty percent who say that they “probably” or “definitely” oppose the monument, according to a poll conducted in the wake of Interior Secretary Zinke’s visit to Utah […]
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Published May 23, 2017 TAHLEQUAH — Miss Cherokee Sky Wildcat was recently inducted into the Northeastern State University Hall of Fame after bringing state and national recognition to the university in her role as a tribal ambassador. NSU recognizes students annually who have brought special recognition to the university or who have made unique […]
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Published May 22, 2017 BILLINGS, MONTANA — A delegation of Northern Cheyenne Nation traveled to Billings to attend the campaign rally for Montana Democratic Candidate Rob Quist, who is seeking to fill the lone House of Representative seat in the United States Congress left vacant when Ryan Zinke resigned to become secretary the U.S. Department […]
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Published May 22, 2017 Cash prizes in first-ever juried art show, with entries in four divisions VICTOR, NEW YORK — For the first time ever, Friends of Ganondagan is hosting a juried Hodinöhsö:ni’ Art Show at the Seneca Art & Culture Center for cash prizes, exhibition and purchase during its 26th annual Native American […]
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Guest Commentary Published May 22, 2017 Mark Trahant / Trahant Reports Reality TV works for one simple reason: The antics of the characters are beyond what’s believable in fiction. It’s compelling drama because normal people do not do such things. So part of watching is to find out when the story arc ends, to discover […]
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