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Winner of numerous 2020 literary honors, this novel is inspired by the author’s grandfather, who fought hard to help save his Chippewa tribe from government termination. “High drama, low comedy, ghost stories, mystical visions, family and tribal lore — wed to a surprising outbreak of enthusiasm for boxing matches,” wrote New York Times reviewer Luis Alberto Urrea. “We are grateful to be allowed into this world.”

This week, I was in Washington, D.C., to celebrate the unveiling of a statue of Chief Standing Bear at the U.S. Capitol. The statue will be on…

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Within the state of Nebraska, the United States National Park Service has designated three National Monuments, five National Historic Trails, …

“The police are looking for you.” That’s what a friend told me 15 years ago today — Aug. 3, 2004 — as I relaxed inside Little Wound High Schoo…

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Nebraska’s thoughtful and well-spoken U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse has released a new book with an important theme and an alarming title: “Them: Why We…

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The federal indictments special counsel Robert Mueller handed down a few days ago confirmed that Russian agents did, indeed, use social media to interfere with the 2016 presidential election — and, even more than that, to sow political animosity, heighten divisions, and pit Americans against one another. Several workers at a Russian “troll farm” have now confirmed the thrust of the indictment.

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