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NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) — U.S. poet laureate Joy Harjo has been chosen to address graduates at Smith College's commencement ceremony.
To keep tradition, tribal leaders, nurses, doctors and other staff autograph the final beam to commemorate the historic moment.�
The cold case office is the last of seven established since July.
The current efforts are for those who are 65 and older who are eligible to receive care within the tribe's health system.
Gov. Kevin Stitt says the change helps accomplish his goal of returning all of the state's schools to in-person classes in January.
EMPIRE, Mich. (AP) � Officials are communicating with Native American groups to help decide what to do next with prehistoric human remains found along a Michigan Lake shoreline in a northwestern Michigan park.
Closures are causing delays in�obtaining official transcripts and difficulties in scheduling COVID-19 testing prior to moving on campus for the spring as required.
TAHLEQUAH -- The Cherokee Nation set up a food drive for all veterans on Dec. 15 at the Tribal Complex where officials and employees provided produce and chicken. Along with the food, Cherokee veterans received a blanket as thanks for their service. "I think the turnout is even greater than I expected," said Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. "You know, the weather's turning cold. It's difficult times right now with COVID, but I think this is an example of how we're playing it safe. So, people are able to drive through, stay in their vehicles. Everybody's gloved up and wearing masks. I think we're setting a good example and also providing a great service to the veterans." CN officials also made a stop in Vian on Dec. 16 and will be in South Coffeyville at 11 a.m. on Dec. 18 at the Native American Fellowship Inc., or NAFI, Building.