Mitten LeClaire holds her 15-year-old Pomeranian rescue dog, Paco, who was named Rez Dog of the Year Friday, July 23, 2021, on the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho. Paco was thrown from a truck as a pup and has been with the family ever since. (Photo by Joseph Wadsworth, courtesy of Sho-Ban News)

Rez dogs rule the day at Fort Hall

Annual Rez Dog competition returns in force with a pack of contestants

Las Vegas Strip

Recapping our Las Vegas adventures

This weekend edition is jam packed with some of the incredible Indigenous people we visited with during our week in Las Vegas!

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Lily Hope and Ricky Tagaban, both Tlingit, display the robe they collaborated to weave at its First Dance ceremony at the Sealaska Heritage Institute on June 22, 2020. (Photo Courtesy of Annie Bartholomew, The Juneau Empire)

Alaska Natives’ complicated identities

PART 1: Can ANCSA answer, ‘Where are you from?’ #ancsa50

Athlete Jillian Weir is representing Canada in the hammer-throwing competition in the Olympic Games set to start July 23, 2021, in Tokyo. She’s a citizen of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte from the Tyendinaga Territory and is among dozens of Indigenous athletes participating in the games. (Photo courtesy of Claus Andersen)

Indigenous athletes set to shine in Olympics

New Zealand, Australia, Canada, U.S. are among nations sending Native athletes to Tokyo