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  • Tribal members work to preserve their language
    July 8, 2012
    CROW RESERVATION — On a weekday morning, teacher Janice Wilson leads a class of Wyola second-graders in a Crow song, their hands and their mouths in motion at the same time. Wyola, a small town not far from the Wyoming border, is a close-knit community on the Crow Reservation. Most of the people who live in the town are members of the tribe. Read more:
  • Arlee Celebration honors tribal elders
    July 7, 2012
    It’s a safe bet most of the attendees at Saturday’s Arlee Celebration powwow learned something from at least one of the four elders honored on the dance floor that afternoon. From hunting and decorative arts to tribal organization and the Salish language itself, this year’s honorees represented a huge slice of Flathead Indian Reservation culture and tradition. Eva Boyd, Madeline Isaac Finley, Johnny Arlee and Stephen Small Salmon all spent much of their long lives passing on their particular skills.
  • Laverdure Lauds SIPI Student Darwin Cajero as Featured Speaker at 150th Anniversary Celebration
    June 29, 2012
    American Indian College Fund Scholar Darwin Cajero (Jemez Pueblo)is the Featured Speaker at 150th Anniversary Celebration for the Morrill Land-grant Act "His story is a testimony to all Native students who are actively making a difference seeking higher education and devoting their knowledge to their respective communities in Indian Country."
  • Two RCHS teachers learn Lakota online
    June 24, 2012
    Red Cloud Indian School
  • United Tribes Technical College Provides Hope for the Future
    June 11, 2012
    When I was in Mrs. McQueen’s second grade class at Jeannette Myhre Elementary School in Bismarck, I never dreamed that someday, as an adult, I would reconnect with my teacher on a professional level. Yet 17 years later, I did just that. Last year I decided to go into Elementary Education. One of our first field trips was to my grade school. To my surprise and delight, I found some of my teachers still there, including Mrs. McQueen. She hadn’t changed a bit. And she remembered me! I thought, “I still want to be like Mrs. McQueen when I grow up!”
  • Keeping Lakota alive
    February 18, 2012
    Rapid City Journal - Oglala Lakota College Keeping Lakota alive
  • Standing with Indian Country?
    February 16, 2012
    Native American Times: White House Initiative on American Indian & Alaska Native Education
  • NTC receives grant for community service
    February 15, 2012
    Hopi Observer: NTC receives grant for community service
  • Grow Your Family Tree Discover Discover Your Ancestry Start Looking Search Your Ancestry Indian
    February 12, 2012
    Indian Country Today
  • Leech Lake opens wellness center
    February 9, 2012
    Leech Lake Tribal College (LLTC, Cass Lake, MN) has opened its campus Wellness Center. Funded in part by grants from the Minnesota Department of Health and the John Snow Inc. “Healthy People 2020” program, this new initiative will provide a wide variety of services and information related to the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of its students and staff.

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