Don’t forget to read Feemster’s coverage of Election Day 2012 on the reservation.
After announcing opposition to expansion, Mead views tribes’ bill as special case worth discussing
The tribes will be treated as a state and given authority to monitor air quality 50 miles beyond the borders of the reservation, including the …
A program borrowed from Finland may help a tribal government on the Wind River Indian reservation combat infant mortality.
Interim University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity signals that he will carry on Sternberg’s initiatives
Insuring Wind River Indian Reservation residents under the Affordable Care Act would ease the ongoing funding crunch at the Indian Health Service.
A rare federal TIGER grant paid for a wider, straighter road built by local, Indian labor on the Wind River Reservation.
Robert Sternberg sees university gains from closer ties with the reservation. Tribes seek more support for Native students.
The Northern Arapaho tribe’s probation department may run out of money by Friday. Fate of more than 60 youth remains uncertain.
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.
In Riverton, Wyoming Sally Jewell and Arne Duncan discuss sequester, treaty rights and intercultural education, but find time for a basketball clinic and a party.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell headline a panel discussion in Riverton with state and local education leaders.
Irrigators say the local BIA irrigation manager mismanaged Washakie Reservoir on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Tribes ask BIA to replace him.
Tribes and BIA are optimistic about this year’s fire season, high danger period starts late in July as in most good years.
The 125-year-old school says new federal payments system left it without funding for half of the last school year.
A senior Wyoming legislator wonders about the high cost of Wyoming’s 80-percent graduation rate. A reservation educator sees richer metrics of success.
A new report says less uranium is being flushed from the soil than was previously believed.
After his punch puts Davis in the hospital with brain swelling, Skip Crooks could do two weeks in Wyoming jail on misdemeanor assault.
Northern Arapahos ask EPA to hold up deal, Eastern Shoshones see trust and treaty violations, residents feel left out of state and federal decisions.
Early results in the cancer study relied on self-reported data. Scientists and tribal leaders seek better data from Indian Health Service.
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