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    Native American museum expanding in Arkansas
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    Bentonville, Arkansas (AP)

    The privately-run Museum of Native American Artifacts in Bentonville is preparing to expand.

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    Helena, Montana (AP)

    Congressman Denny Rehberg has joined the House Native American Caucus.

    The Montana Republican says the caucus seeks to educate Congress on issues affecting Native Americans in Montana and throughout the nation.

    03-04-2009, 10:17 AM
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    Nebraska museum featuring Native American artists
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    Lincoln, Nebraska (AP)

    The artwork of six Native American artists will be featured at the Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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    UNO marks largest Native American Studies class
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    Omaha, Nebraska (AP)

    The University of Nebraska at Omaha is marking its largest class of graduating Native American Studies program participants.

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