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Updated, Monday, February 17, 2020; 10:18 p.m. - EST

FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION — Tragedy struck the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in the early hours Monday morning when a White Mountain Apache police officer was killed while responding to a domestic dispute call after shots were fired near the Hon-Dah Casino and Conference Center in Pinetop, Ariz.

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Editor's Note: This article was previously published in Native News Online on prior President's Days. It was updated to include works concerning American Indians made by current president of the United States.

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When we first made the leap of opening the Cherokee Nation Film Office, we often heard, “Why should Cherokee Nation get involved in this?” To that I say, “Why not us?”

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EAGLE BUTTE, S.D.  — Are toll booths coming to Indian reservations? 

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Senators Say the Dept. of Education Miscounts Students in at Least Two Ways

WASHINGTON — Concerned about undercounting of American Indian and Alaska Native students in schools across the country, U.S. Sens.

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WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) hosted a Capitol Hill briefing Thursday afternoon entitled “Moving Ahead to Increase the Safety of American Indian and Alaska Native Women.”

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ADA, Okla. — In the wee hours of Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019, Chickasaw artist Brent Greenwood sat in his front room sketching and picking out cans of spray paint. He’d need a lot of green. At the crack of dawn he started working.

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Editor's Note: This article was first published in the Navajo Times. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

TUBA CITY, Ariz. — If Navajo Power can win over hearts and minds at Coalmine Canyon, it could succeed in launching solar development with the potential to transform Western Navajo, a region that has remained underdeveloped and economically depressed for decades.

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WASHINGTON — Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney had just finished her update to the National Congress of the American Indians when she was confronted during the question-and-answer period by tribal leaders about the Trump administration’s insensitivity to American Indian issues.