1. Bowlers With Balls and Silverback Politicians
2. Letters Sent to Wisconsin High Schools Plead for Name-Change
Wisconsin’s Fort Atkinson High School mascot, the Blackhawks, is in the middle of a name-change debate.
3. Dear DC, Stop All Mining in the Penokee Range, Sincerely Bad River
4. Win the Contest, Heal the Wife: Musician Asks Indian Country to Vote
“We literally got it into the contest one hour before deadline,” says Greenfield.
5. Senate Shoots Down Navajo-New Mexico Gaming Compact
Ben Shelly, the President of the Navajo Nation, left, and Lorenzo Bates, Navajo Council Delegate, walk outside the New Mexico Capitol in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Wednesday, February 19, 2014.
6. NB3F Names ‘Native Strong: Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures’ Grantees
7. Doing the Robot in Regalia: Supaman Fuses Fancy Dance, Flute, Hip Hop
‘I want to always show that you can live a positive life embracing and honoring who you are culturally, while living in modern society,’ Supaman tells the Billings Gazette.
8. Former Navajo Delegates Enter Guilty Pleas to Conspiracy
9. Celebrate International Mother Language Day Today
It’s International Mother Language Day! Celebrate by starting to learn an indigenous language.
10. Canada Holds USA in Semifinals, Faces Finland
USA forward Ryan Callahan and Canada forward Chris Kunitz in the first period of the men’s semifinal in Sochi
11. Hot Show, Dirty Politics: ‘House of Cards’ Actress Tanis Parenteau
Thosh Collins, thoshography.com
‘I got to watch Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright do a scene as soon as I got to the set,’ Parenteau says. ‘It was amazing — watching the two masters do their thing.’ Parenteau’s earrings are designed by Designhouse of Darylene; Summer Rain Jewelry Collection, she said.
12. New York Times Profiles Plight of Uranium-Plagued Navajo Reservation Residents
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
An abandoned uranium mine.
13. Cedarville Shooter Was Under FBI Probe Over Missing $50,000 in Federal Tribal Grants
Cherie Lash Rhoades, 44, who allegedly gunned down three relatives and a tribal administrator at Cedarville Rancheria tribal headquarters near Alturas, California, on February 20.
14. Freezing to Death in the Land of Greed and Plenty
15. 9 Facts About ‘The Last Great Race on Earth’
Starting line for the Iditarod. The race starts on March 1 and runs for several days.
16. Chairman Melvin R. Sheldon: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
Melvin R. Sheldon, Chairman, Board of Directors of the Tulalip Tribes, during the first White House Tribal Nations Conference, November 2009. Washington, D.C.
17. Remains Found on Bluegrass Pipeline Route, Tribes Not Notified
The Bluegrass Pipeline, a joint venture between Williams and Boardwalk Partners, would carry natural gas liquids through both Kentucky and Ohio.
18. Dale Carson: Grow Food, Not Lawns!
19. Justice, Liberation and Freedom: Where Are Our Women Leaders?
20. Moon and Venus Get Down Before Dawn as Winter Diamond Graces Night Sky
21. Member of Nevada Governor’s Cabinet Elected President of AIANTA Board
22. Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation Join Water Coalition
23. Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Honored with Statewide Award
24. Price Helps Canada Win Gold With Second Straight Shutout
embers of Team Canada pose for a photo with their gold medals after the gold medal on Sunday in Sochi, Russia
25. Moon and Venus Get Down Before Dawn as Winter Diamond Graces Night Sky
The moon and Venus in a configuration similar to what they’ll look like on Wednesday February 26, just before dawn.