By Arne Vainio, M.D.
News From Indian Country

My wife Ivy and I traveled to Scottsdale, Arizona in late July to attend the 47th annual conference of the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP). It was 116 degrees when we arrived. We picked up the rental car and drove through the desert to the hotel and I could see the outlines of the mountains and the cacti against the starry night.
 
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By Ricey Wild
News From Indian Country

My Unk Koon came by the other day. He walked up to my door, came in and slapped an uncovered fish filet into my left hand. He turned to leave only saying, “It’s lake trout”.
 
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This week's stories:  Lumbee launches first Native American program to aid disabled veterans; 14 tribes receive grants from the Bueau of Reclamation; Cherokee Nation System Solutions supporting USDA data project; New scholarship aimed at brining more Native Americans into the medical field; Disney’s Epcot opens new Native American exhibit.
 
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This week's stories:  Bipartisan legislation introduced to help Native American veterans; Gary and Carmen Davis launch ‘Native Business’; AIGCS/Gates Millennium Scholar alumna receives Fulbright to study in Denmark; Oneida elder honored for her military service; Ritchie Valens Memorial Highway celebration.
 
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By Albert Bender
- Nashville, Tennessee (NFIC) -

From Murfreesboro, Tennessee to their next stop in Guthrie, Kentucky the intrepid young cycling Cherokees made their way non-stop through Nashville on a June day.
 
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By Sandra Hale Schulman
- News From Indian Country -

A newly opened group exhibition “Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly” at The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) uses the borderless migration pattern of the majestic Monarch to alight on artists from Canada to Mexico. The works of 37 artists who are native to the Americas are separated into conceptual categories including indigenous, immigrant and assimilated, but the show as whole is a gorgeous, earthy ode to all things bright and beautiful, heavy and serious.
 
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This week's stories:  DOE issues tribal energy loan guarantee program; The second 2018 Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists announced; Savage Storm wins Division 1 NABI championship; Cyclists finish 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride; The 2018 Fiesta Bowl Lori Piestewa National Native American Games.
 
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By IndianCountryTV.com
 - Duluth, Minnesota (NFIC) -

Paul DeMain: Introduce yourself, tell us who you are and what your main activities are nowadays.

Winona LaDuke: Okay, Boozhoo Indawemaganidoog, Binesikwe Indashinikaaz. My name is Winona LaDuke and I live on Round Lake on the White Earth reservation in Northern Minnesota.
 
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