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What’s Going on With Congress? A Three-Way Debate With Huge Implications for Indian Country
So what is going on with Congress? One Speaker of the House...
Salish Kootenai Dam Challenged by Montana Public Service Commission
The Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) referred to the...
ICTMN Exclusive: New Film Documents Maine’s Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission
First Light, the new independent documentary film that...
Deadly Drug in Crosshairs: IHS Funds Anti-Meth Programs
The Indian Health Service has awarded more than 100 grants...
California Native American Day Celebrates Cultural Pride and Tribal Partnerships
It was a day of cultural pride, stirring speeches and...
SCIA Hears Nine Bills, Passes Two During Business Meeting
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs addressed a variety...
Luján Statement on Native American Heritage Month
Native American Heritage Month started yesterday and Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District and the Ranking Member on the Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcomm...
Oglala Sioux Tribe Breaks Ground on Veterans Cemetery Despite Opposition
With the benefit of a recent $6.5 million grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) in Pine Ridge, South Dakota broke ground in early October on a...
November Is Native American Heritage Month? Tribal Organizations Call for Nation to ?’Celebrate Native American Voices’
The following is a statement from the National Congress of American Indians in celebration of Native American Heritage Month...
Salazar and Washburn: Much Achieved, Much More to Do
Gale Courey Toensing
Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar and newly-appointed Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn sat down with Indian Country Today Media Network and Indianz for a “meet an...
Heidi Heitkamp ‘Understands the Issues’ Says Native Campaign Director
Patti Jo King
Heidi Heitkamp, the Democratic Senate candidate for North Dakota , wants to reach as many Native North Dakotans as possible, while ensuring that her message is both timely and rele...
Interior Provides Latest Confusion in Little Colorado River Issue
People on all sides of the presumably failed Navajo Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act are regrouping after an invitation by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to t...
Poarch Band Resumes Casino Construction on Sacred Hickory Ground
Gale Courey Toensing
After a brief pause, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians has resumed construction on the controversial expansion of its $246 million Wind Creek Casino Wetumpka at Hickory Ground in Al...
Elections 2012: Montana’s Brian Schweitzer – The Best Governor For Indian Country – Ever
FORT BELKNAP AGENCY, MONTANA – Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer will not be found on any ballot next week. But his presence is felt across Indian country...
Sen. Akaka Calls Domestic Violence 'an Evil That Permeates Every Community in our Great Nation'
Yesterday, U.S. Senator Daniel K...
Elections 2012: Polls, Polls and the Discovery of Climate Change
One interesting poll is taken by Gallup and asks a simple question: Who do you think will win? Not who you will vote for, but what do you think everyone else thinks?...
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