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In a historic move, Northern Arapaho leaders have withdrawn from the Joint Business Council, a governing body they sat on with the Eastern Shoshone.
Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Healthcare officials say Medicaid expansion could help local clinics, at no cost to the state.
The 55th annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days concluded this weekend, wrapping up three days of dance contests, drumming and singing.
A symposium in Riverton will explore possibilities for mediating the Wind River Reservation border dispute arising from an EPA decision.
Protests against Wind River Development Fund end bid to begin classes in fall.
Boys overcome ragged play in semis with strong showing in finals. Lady Chiefs finish the season strong in third place.
What a small Michigan town can teach Wyoming about joint government on a reservation.
As a century old issue roils Riverton and the Wind River reservation, the state says EPA got the law all wrong
This year’s Chiefs team has a deep roster of talent and an explosive ninth-grader starting at guard, Buell Robinson.
After announcing opposition to expansion, Mead views tribes’ bill as special case worth discussing
The Wind River Indian Reservation matchup pits traditional athletic rivals against each other in a new sport — for the first and probably only time.
Irrigation succeeds on the Wind River Indian Reservation when irrigators from a local water users group in Crowheart, Wyo. manage the flow of water.
Northern Arapahos ask EPA to hold up deal, Eastern Shoshones see trust and treaty violations, residents feel left out of state and federal decisions.
After record academic gains, Fremont County School District #38’s missed audit sparks scrutiny from Cheyenne.
Wind River School District turned a used school bus into a mobile preschool for children who struggle with transportation.
One of Wyoming’s largest, least populated school districts turns a school bus into a preschool classroom on wheels.
The new right to pay lower tuition at public universities is based on an 1863 treaty that shows tribal lands extending into Idaho.
Wind River Tribal College and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh train Natives to teach on the reservation.
The demonstration against dozens of small slights Natives experience off the reservation grew with outrage over the attack on Darryn Davis.
Closing Fremont County’s juvenile detention center means placing young offenders in neighboring counties and states while renewing the movement to keep kids out of jail.
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