That doesn't sound promising.

According to NPR, Indian Country Today—a 30-year-old-weekly newspaper that focused on the work of indigenous journalists—is "on hiatus". Over the last six years, the paper has been transformed into a multi-platform digital media network, which Oneida Nation Enterprises CEO Ray Halbritter says reached more than a million readers each month. Unfortunately, those readers were apparently not enough to ensure financial stability, and now a vital source for Native American news will be gone.
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