This weekend's stories:  Storms continue to devastate the Bad River Reservation; U.S. Senator Heinrich introduces STOP Act to prohibit export of sacred items; Wisconsin Native American Drug and Gang Initiative Task Force named finalist for Honoring Nations Award; Guidebook to Native American mounds and earthworks released; Adopt-A-Native-Elder program received top honors.
 
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Homecoming

By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country

My wife Ivy and I traveled south in the middle of these troubled times. She has family she found about 16 years ago when she wanted to know our family histories after our son was born. She knew little about her father except that he was a respected member of the African American community.
 
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This weekend's stories: How the Blood Tribe rallied against drug abuse; Native American Commission in Fargo wins national award; NCAIED receives grant from the UPS Foundation; Pueblo of Santa Ana buys Alamo Ranch; Upcoming Lori Piestewa National Native American Games.

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.

 
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This weekend's stories: Yakama businessman, Delbert Wheeler Sr. passes away; NPS allows tribes to gather plants in national parks; Montana’s congressional delegation introduces resolution regarding missing and murdered Native women and girls; First Native American appointed to Minnesota’s Supreme Court; Tribal sovereignty is hot topic at NCAI’s mid-year conference; ‘Normalize Breastfeeding’ tour includes a Native American mom.

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.

 
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This weekend's stories: Jim Boyd, Chairman of the Colville tribes passes away; 3 bills passed by senate committee to make Indian Country safer; National Geographic Photo Camp on the Crow Reservation; Native youth attend the Andy Harvey Native American Broadcast Journalism Workshop; Honoring Millie Rexroat, a Native American military pilot who served in WWII.

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.

 
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Members of "Walking the Enbridge Pipeline" started on June 8th in Williams Bay, George Williams College in Southern Wisconsin to walk the roads closest to the complex of Enbridge transportation pipelines and transmission towers to the Enbridge Facilities in Superior, Wisconsin in protest to the dirty extractive industry carrying fracked and tar sand sludge to refineries in Illinois, Indiana and elsewhere. They are scheduled to end their "Pipeline and Pipeline Safety Awareness Walk" on July 10th in Superior, Wisconsin.
 
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By Ricey Wild News From Indian Country   
This topic of Native health is so immense, so traumatizing that I don't know where to start or where to end. The logical answer is to begin at the beginning.
 
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And one important lesson for Indian Country
By MARK TRAHANT

NFIC/TrahantReports.com

There are three lessons that the Hillary Clinton campaign could learn from team Bernie Sanders. And there is one critical lesson from Clinton that could help Indian Country win more elections.

A little background first.
 
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