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Politics

Gale Courey Toensing
7/9/12
Here’s the latest suggestion from Bryan Fischer, the omni-bigot who made hate-mongering remarks about the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island, African Americans, Muslims, gays, gri...
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
7/8/12
Members of the Southwest Conservation Corps, a nonprofit that works on local land-conservation projects, unload gear into one of the historic buildings on the old Fort Lewis Colleg...
Anne Minard
7/8/12
The Navajo Nation shot down a settlement agreement this week that would have settled long-standing claims to water in the Little Colorado River, a tributary to the Colorado River...
Anne Minard
7/7/12
The Navajo Nation shot down a settlement agreement this week that would have settled long-standing claims to water in the Little Colorado River, a tributary to the Colorado River...
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
7/6/12
This is the first in a four-part series about the Native American tuition waiver at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado...
Richard Walker
7/6/12
ANACORTES, Washington—The blessing came as the Samish Indian Nation prepared for its annual cultural day and general meeting. At 6 a.m...
Rob Capriccioso
7/6/12
A map of the Moapa Project WASHINGTON—After years of pointing out that renewable energy is abundant in Indian country; after years of wading through a complicated federal-tribal bu...
David P. Ball
7/5/12
The heads of 633 First Nations will vote for the position of national chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) on July 18...
ICTMN Staff
7/5/12
Following a long day of business on June 29, U.S. Senator Daniel K...
Rob Capriccioso
7/5/12
A long-awaited survey by the U.S. Department of the Interior on tribal jobs will not be released this year, even though federal law requires regular reporting on such matters...

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