This week's top stories posted by Indian Country Today
Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com
The two-party framework is not on the ballot, but voters still will decide that question between now and November
Gila River Farms will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. (Photo By Tayler Brown/Cronkite News)
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Ledger art got it's start when Native prisoners of war were given pieces of paper and pencils by prison guards
Besides the actual Indian Market itself, there are tons of events going on simultaneously.
Tara Sweeney: 'I am honored to be able to serve Indian Country in this capacity'
Vice: Tradition as a treatment for opioid abuse.
Smithsonian: Gulf Coast Tribe relocating to higher ground. “Every hurricane, someone leaves because their house gets blown…
Writing in The Seattle Times, Lynda Mapes, "Soon, they could feed the whale live fish — but the right conditions must be in…
Should there be criminal charges for trying to disenfranchise Navajo candidate, voters? The Salt Lake Tribune makes the case.…
New premier in Nunavut: "We have enough challenges, that we don’t need to work against each other.”
Via Utah Public Radio: Students from Navajo Mountain High School will travel to Mexico City for the First Global Challenge,…
Shut up and dribble: LeBron James to produce new documentary. This should be good.
The right to vote: It's been seven decades since a former Marine Sgt., Miguel Trujillo Sr., sued in order to mark a ballot.…