This weekend's stories:  Kimball Village Site designated a National Historic Landmark; Cherokee Nation food program receives smoothie grant; Native American lawyer receives American Bar Association national award; Matilda Brooks dreams of becoming first federally recognized Native American woman to go into space; Leonardo DiCaprio’s foundation donates to Bears Ears Community Engagement Fund.

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.

 
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This weekend's stories:  Bad River band denies renewal of Enbridge line 5 grant of easement; Kellytown site renamed Aaittafama; Funds available to change school mascots in Michigan; Chris Benge named Oklahoma’s state secretary of Native American Affairs; Glacier National Park passes to feature first Native American ranger.

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.

 
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Join IndianCountryTV and the 2016 Honor Earth Pow wow on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation for 3 special programs. #1 Saturday afternoon Grand Entry, a tribute to Anishinaabkwe (Woman) of the Year, Judy Martin and the Hand Drum contest finals. The Honor The Earth Pow Wow is held the 3rd weekend of each July and is sponsored by the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Tribe and the Honor The Earth Education Foundation.
 
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By CODY LOOKING HORSE
Cannonball River, North Dakota (NFIC)

My name is Cody Looking horse, I am Haudenosaunee and Lakota, Sioux and my mother is Dawn Martin-Hill and she is Mohawk Professor at McMaster University. My mom was the first native woman in Canada to get her PhD in cultural anthropology.
 
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This weekend's stories:  Obama designates two new national monuments; Gov’t expands criminal database access for tribes; Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions enters joint venture with Department of Commerce; National Native American Veterans Memorial plans underway; Bronson Koenig realizes he is Native American role model after visiting Standing Rock.
 
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By Ricey Wild
News From Indian Country   
To begin to understand what happened with this farce of an election that voted in the most monstrous of human beings to be the leader of the free world I have to share some of my musings of history with you.
 
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This weekend's stories:  Faith Spotted Eagle becomes the first Native American to win an electoral vote for President; Shannon McDaniel appointed to the Council for Native American Farming and Ranching; Gabe Galanda continues his fight against tribes dis-enrolling members; Tina Glory-Jordan receives lawyer of the year award; Joanne Shenandoah releases new Christmas album.
 
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By Arne Vainio, M.D. News From Indian Country
“I always miss her, but Christmas is the worst.”
“She was working in a café when I first saw her. She had dark hair and she was quick to laugh and I just stopped in for the special. They had something different every day and the hamburger steak they had was so tough I could hardly cut it. They could have served me cardboard and I would have been fine as long as she brought it to me.”
 
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