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    Treks from ‘dry’ reservation to Whiteclay could end

    The beer flows on the doorstep of the nation’s second-largest Native American reservation about the same time many Nebraskans pour another cup of coffee.

    Rex Begaye: A Navajo Artist Bringing Indian Country to Sarasota Julia Jennings

    Diné artist Rex Begaye has a vision. It speaks of the universal connection of Mother Earth, Father Sky and man. Images are inspired from stories passed down for generations by Indian elders all across Turtle Island, and brought to life in acrylic, oils and ink.

    A Strong Native Voter Turn Out in North Dakota May Decide US Senate Majority

    The US Senate race in North Dakota has become one of the most contested races in the country. This race could come down to a matter of hundreds of votes in a few remote reservation counties to decide this important race. It has become a potential “hold” for the Democrats, when only a few months ago it was considered an easy pick-up for the Republicans by having first term, multi-millionaire member of Congress, Rick Berg, make the jump up to the US Senate from the House of Representatives.

    Little River Casino Resort Signs 3rd Collective Bargaining Agreement

    The Little River Casino Resort and the United Steelworkers Union have entered into a collective bargaining agreement covering the Resort’s EVS Bargaining Unit. This is the third collective bargaining agreement entered into by the Resort and the Union under tribal law.

    Native artist fined for violating Migratory Bird Treaty Act

    Tlingit carver Archie Cavanaugh has been slapped with $2,005 worth of fines after he tried to sell two pieces of his art including feathers from birds covered by the Migratory Bird Treat Act – a law Cavanaugh and many others in Alaska had never heard of.

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