Getting in Shape the Efficient Way – What to Do When Your Workout is Always Compromised

Published September 23, 2017 Losing extra pounds is a journey, and for most people that journey begins by agreeing that it’s time to follow a workout routine. However, it’s still a journey which means that there’s a long way until the end of the road. There are a lot of folks that don’t get to […]

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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier Throws Hat in Ring to be President of National Congress of American Indians

Published September 23, 2017 EAGLE BUTTE, SOUTH DAKOTA — Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Harold C. Frazier has decided to run for president of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI). Frazier released a statement on Friday saying he accepted the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association’s request to run for the presidency of NCAI. Frazier says […]

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Ute Indian Tribe Secures Victory in Tenth Circuit’s Denial of Uintah County Officer’s Request for Rehearing

Published September 23, 2017 FT. DUCHESNE, UTAH — Monday, September 18, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit denied state and local law enforcement officers’ petition to have the full Court reconsider a three-judge panel’s decision in Vance Norton, et al, v. Ute Indian Tribe. The denial allows the Tribe’s trespass […]

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Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Scholarship Dinner and Auction Raised Record Amount of Scholarship Support $208,000 Committed for Student Success

Published September 23, 2017 $208,000 Committed for Student Success SANTA FE – IAIA Director of Institutional Advancement Judith Pepper (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma), has announced that the IAIA Annual Scholarship Dinner and Auction, held on August 16, 2017, raised a record $208,000 for critically needed scholarship funds that assist IAIA students in reaching their academic and artistic goals. These […]

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Sen. Udall: Graham-Cassidy TrumpCare Bill Disastrous for Indian Health Care

Published September 23, 2017 Calls for bipartisan approach to improve health care for Native Americans   WASHINGTON – On Friday, U.S. Senator Tom Udall, vice chair of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, released the following statement on the Graham-Cassidy TrumpCare bill’s effects on health care in Indian Country:   “Senate Republicans are trying to force through […]

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Navajo Nation Police Officer Involved in Fatal Accident

Breaking News  Published September 22, 2017 GLENDALE, ARIZONA – A Navajo Nation Police Officer has been taken into custody by the Glendale Police Department and booked on charges of manslaughter, felony endangerment, driving under the influence and failure to stay at the scene of an accident causing death.   At approximately 12:13 a.m., Glendale Police […]

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