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Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
Santee Sioux Assert Tribal Sovereignty
The Many Sins of Pope Francis's Saints
Cyril Pahinui: Preserving Hawaii’s Music
Brenda J. Child Wins MN Literary Award
Houska: Trump Burns Natives Again
Instant Horse Racing Machines Illegal
Bears Ears Could Be a Preservation First
Free Community College? Maybe
Youth Football Camp Goes to Six Nations
It's Fall: Time for Squash, Chestnuts
Iron Eyes to Pope: Revoke Doctrine
Fashion Fights Sex-Trafficking
Tribal Leaders Must Talk About Disenroll
The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Thing About Skins
Shell Nixes Arctic Drilling; Indigenous Grassroots Leaders Exuberant
Environmentalists, some Alaska Natives and a number of...
Municipalities, Tribes Partner to Build Workforce in South Dakota
In an unprecedented step, various state, city, tribal, and...
iGaming Lessons From Three States… and Iceland
Indian country attendees at this year’s Global Gaming Expo...
Glamping, Navajo Style: Shash Diné Eco-Retreat Offers a Unique B&B Experience
Something magical is happening between mileposts 536 and...
Eighth Generation Launches Line of Native-Designed Wool Blankets
SEATTLE – Nooksack visionary Louie Gong wants to change not...
Moving a Nation Forward: Chairman Manuel Talks Diversity for Tohono O’odham
The Tohono O’odham Nation, along the Sonoran Desert of...
NCAIED Names RES2012 National Honorees
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) recently announced the tribal leaders, enterprises and individuals it will recognize at the 26th Annual Rese...
E-Waste Recycling Supports Native Values of Environmental Protection, Self-Sufficiency
Patti Jo King
In January 2011, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) inaugurated an innovative program designed to dismantle and recycle used electronic and computer products, to prevent improper...
Navajo Craig Curley Juggles Work and Training for Olympic Marathon Trials
This morning, Craig Curley , a Navajo long distance runner from Kinlichee, Arizona (near Ganado), will compete in the Olympic Marathon Trials in Houston, Texas with the country's e...
Attorney General Argues Against Florida Vote on Slot Approval By Countywide Referendum
In an advisory opinion on January 12, Attorney General Pam Bondi wrote that Florida cannot issue slot machine licenses to pari-mutuel facilities outside Miami-Dade and Broward coun...
Jack Abramoff Weighs in on Efforts to Legalize Online Gambling
Yesterday Reuters interviewed Jack Abramoff, the former Republican lobbyist and convicted felon who defrauded American Indian nations of more than $82 million, about his opinion an...
Shelly to Hold Town Hall Meetings to Discuss Administering Navajo Utah Trust Fund
While a trustee hasn't been named to administer the Navajo Utah Trust Fund, Navajo President Ben Shelly plans to hold several town hall meetings in early February to listen to idea...
Interior Issues 20-Year Ban on New Mining Claims Near Grand Canyon
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar recently announced a 20-year ban on new hard rock mining claims on more than a million acres around the Grand Canyon, reported Bloomberg BusinessWeek...
BNSF Railway to Host Special Train Excursions in 2012 For American Indians and Veterans
BNSF Railway has announced their participation in New Mexico's Statehood Centennial commemoration...
Shakopee Enters Late Bid to Host Vikings New Stadium
Shakopee, Minnesota officials entered a late bid to host the Minnesota Vikings' desired new stadium, reported ESPN ...
Wind River Tribes Continue to Fight Federal Trust Mismanagement
For decades, the Wind River Tribes have accused the Department of Interior of mismanaging mineral royalties for the two tribes, the Shoshone and Arapaho...
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