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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Clean-up of 24 abandoned uranium mines is set to begin this April after the recent signing of an addendum to the 2016 Phase 2 Settlement Agreement between the United States and the Navajo Nation. The settlement provides funding and resources for the clean-up of 30 abandoned mine sites in total.

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Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists Feb. 21-May 17, 2020 Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum 1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, D.C.

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LANSING, Mich. — With Congress in recess because of Presidents Day, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) spent Wednesday afternoon visiting the United Tribes of Michigan in Lansing by providing tribal leaders with a legislative update.

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Tribally owned company continues support of Oklahomans in need

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NEW YORK TIME magazine has named Kimberly Teehee, a tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation, as one of its Top 16 equality activists in its upcoming issue that will hit newsstands early next week.

TIME calls Teehee a “voice for Native Americans.”

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LOS ANGELES — Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez on Wednesday asked the Los Angeles City Council to support a feasibility study to explore a partnership between the Navajo Nation and the city to pursue renewable energy projects. The partnership would allow Navajo Nation to provide cost-effective clean energy to the city of Los Angeles.  

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CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Longtime Lakota Sioux businessman Henry Red Cloud will be presented this Friday with an honorary Doctor of Public Service from Washington College, located in Chestertown, Md. 

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Welcome to Native News Online’s weekly column highlighting arts, entertainment and cultural events taking place all across Indian Country. Every Thursday morning, we’re delivering a round-up of festivities you might want to check out, if they’re happening in your area or if you’re traveling.

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WAUSAU, Wis. Voters in Wisconsin’s 7th congressional district gave Tricia Zunker, a tribal citizen of the Ho-Chunk Nation, a landslide victory on Tuesday in a special primary election to replace retired Congressman Sean Duffy.