A narrow gravel road takes visitors zig-zagging up a mountain, alongside a creek, and, if they’re lucky, they’ll see buffalo roaming freely on the terrain.Read More
The University of California system will waive tuition and fees beginning in fall 2022 for Native American students who are state residents and members of federally recognized tribes.Read More
Federal lawmakers are calling for an inquiry into the Interior Department’s handling of a contract that was awarded to a former administrator to review deaths at tribal jails, nearly half of which happened on his watch.Read More
Three days and one hour into the 2021-22 school year, the internet went out at Owhyhee Combined School in northern Nevada.
Teachers scrambled to recreate their lesson plans and presentations, and could not log attendance.
Louie Pitt Jr. has a clear memory of a day four years ago when a valve broke on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon. He was in a meeting with the tribal operations officer when she was interrupted by a phone call.Read More
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