By Ricey Wild
News From Indian Country

Happy VD all you Snags and Snagettes! Teasing yooz of course but for real be careful out there. Ya never know. Moi? I’m so done with my snagging days and I don’t miss it at all. (Ya’ll men are safe!) I had my fun and don’t need a partner to validate my being for anything. I have my own, I enjoy my freedom and I get to have my way all day. Me. Me. Me. LOL!
 
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By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country

I was in the middle of a dream and I was walking behind an elder through tall trees. I couldn’t tell who it was and I could see a stream in the distance. I knew he would turn to face me when we got to the stream and…
 
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This week's stories: Bringing Native American culture to classrooms in Minnesota; Michael Smith, founder of the American Indian Film Institute passes away; 150th anniversary of the 1868 Navajo treaty; Native American actor Wes Studi presenting at this year’s Oscars; Buffy Sainte-Marie nominated for two Juno awards.
 
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This week's stories: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe files lawsuit against distributors of opioids; Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks at NCAI’s winter session; Philip Deloris becomes first tenured Native American studies professor at Harvard University; Montana is hiring a Tribal tourism officer; Charlene Holy Bear beads Vans and gets featured in Vogue magazine.
 
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This week's stories: Finalists for Native American veterans memorial announced; TSA to improve handling of Native American sacred objects; Applications being accepted for entrepreneurship program; Team Indigenous makes an impact at 2018 Roller Derby World Cup; #stopdisenrollment campaign re-launched.
 
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This week's stories: Six Virginia tribes receive federal recognition; Federal government swaps land with California tribe; Tribe buys land where ancestors were killed; Higher education conference will be hosted by North Dakota’s five tribal colleges; Harriett Skye passes away.
 
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This week's stories: Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions earns army contract; Winnebago tribe launches garden project; Arizona Museum receives another donation of Hopi baskets; Native Knowledge 360° brings online curriculum to classrooms across the country; Washoe youth follow snowshoe steps of their ancestors.
 
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View the public hearing on Aquilla's Wetland Permit Application in Stephenson, Michigan held on January 23, 2018 from 6 to 10pm.
 
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