This week's stories:  A treaty rights victory for Tribes in Washington state; Blackfeet water-rights settlement signed; Puyallup Tribe partners with the Seattle Seahawks to give to charities; The U.S. Open honors first Native American golfer, Oscar Bunn; The Yurok Tribe featured in a new California Academy of Sciences exhibit.
 
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By Ricey Wild
News From Indian Country

Boozhoo and happy summertime to all! Up here in the Rezberrian tundra spring was skipped completely and we were tossed straight into August! I’m not complaining no, not even at my first mosquito bite of the year.
 
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By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country

My wife Ivy and I traveled to Grand Portage for a memorial service for a friend of ours. We had known Ernest for years and he died a few months ago. We had to go to another town first and we didn’t get to our hotel until after midnight.
 
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This week's stories:  Deb Haaland is on track to become the first Native American congresswoman; British museum loans Native American artifacts to tribal museum; REI teams up with the National Forest Foundation to restore national forests; Henry Red Cloud educates tribes on energy independence; Yankees draft Navajo member, Anthony Seigler.
 
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This week's stories:  Pilot program to increase homeownership in Indian Country; Mary Annette Member and Mark Trahant receives top honors by NAJA; Tribal history grants awarded to Tribes across the country; The Morongo Band of Mission Indians receives award for excellence in air quality; 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride.

 
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This week's stories:  Native American Veterans exhibit opens at Mille Lacs Museum; Three new appointees on the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee; Documentary on legendary drummer, Randy Castillo gets worldwide release; Cherokee Nation partners with Blue Star Museums; Sihasin releases new album.
 
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This week's stories:  Paulette Jordan wins Democratic primary for Idaho governor; The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will no longer honor teams with racist mascots; New executive administrator announced at GLIFWC; The EPA appoints a Native American to its local government advisory committee; The Las Vegas Aces signed Shoni Schimmel.
 
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This week's stories: Martin Sensmeier to star in Jim Thorpe movie produced by Angelina Jolie; Native American Nutrition Cohort formed by Newman’s Own Foundation; Taylor Susan crowned Miss Indian World; Sundance Institute announces the selection of participants in the Native Filmmakers Lab; Native Lodge previews guests rooms transformed by Native American artists.
 
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