This weekend's stories: Native American leaders seek federal climate change action; Fargo Air Museum honor Native American veterans; Tribes bring nursing home care to their reservations; Shakopee donations to improve Native American nutrition; Native American comedy scheduled for FOX network
 
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This weekend's stories: Navajo and Hopi tribes get federal funds to ease shutdown of coal plant; Leech Lake Band fights homelessness by reclaiming leased tribal land; Northern Band of Shoshone purchase land that included Bear River Massacre site; Red Cliff Band receives grant to track wolves; Ague Caliente tribe to build new cultural center in Palm Springs.
 
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The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is seeking experienced candidates for Health and Wellness Director. This position provides leadership and management oversight for the Snoqualmie Tribal Family Clinic, Raging River Recovery Center, Snoqualmie Behavioral Health, and related department operations and personnel. Responsible for budget management, reporting, grant and contract management, licensing, personnel, and other related duties and responsibilities.
 
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This weekend's stories: Canadian Prime Minister apologize to the Indigenous community; Two new free resources released by First Nations Development Institute; Ute tribe receives donation from a California professor; Lytton Rancheria pledges  relief funding to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas; Help save monarch butterflies.
 
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This weekend's stories: Mitchell Museum celebrates 40 years; Medill professor Patty Loew named director of Northwestern University’s Center for Native American and Indigenous Research; Hurricane Irma unearths a canoe believed to be hundreds of years old; Susie Island given back to Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa; Red Lake Tribe hopes to feed tribe through organic gardening.
 
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By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country
 
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