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Stairs lead down to the basement of Drexel Hall on the campus of Red Cloud Indian School on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota, where officials are set to begin excavation in October 2022 to search for unmarked graves. A search with ground-penetrating radar in the basement was inconclusive as to whether graves might be there. (Photo by Mary Annette Pember/ICT)

Red Cloud Indian School will dig for graves

Excavation in former dormitory basement the next step after inconclusive radar results

Arapaho artist Brent Learned of Oklahoma, far left, attends the premiere of the hit 'Prey' movie in Oklahoma. Shown with, from left, lead actress Amber Midthunder, producer Jhane Myers, actor Dakota Beavers and Mischell Harrah. (Photo courtesy of Brent Learned)

‘Prey’ artist put final touches on hit movie

Arapaho artist Brent Learned drew from ledger and rock art to design the credits for the popular film

The Navajo Nation primary election recount is underway this week in Window Rock, Arizona, the capital of the nation. Nearly 48,000 ballots will be recounted by machine and hand. (Photo by Pauly Denetclaw)

2022 tribal council elections so far

Tribal citizens head to the polls in 2022 #NativeVote22

Devin Kahahawai, a Native Hawaian athlete who was Hawai'i's Gatorade Player of the Year for volleyball for the 2021-2022 season, cheers on the team at the 2021 Girls U18 World Championship. The team won a bronze medal. She was one of at least 10 Indigenous students to win State Player of the Year awards this year. (Photo courtesy of Volleyball World)

Indigenous athletes win state Gatorade Player of the Year honors

Hawai’i leads the way but Native athletes from Alaska, Idaho, Mississippi and Nevada also win top honors

"Jim Thorpe shaking hands with Moses Friedman while Glenn 'Pop' Warner, Lewis Tewanima, and a crowd look on." Thorpe is of the Sac and Fox and Potawatomi nations. Tewanima is Hopi and won the silver medal in the 10,000-meter race in the 1912 Olympics. (Photo courtesy of the Carlisle Indian School Digital Resource Center and National Archives and Records Administration)

Jim Thorpe's Olympic record reinstated

‘To call Jim Thorpe a co-champion in his events isn't just inaccurate’