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Chickasaw Names Tribal Health Officer
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Afterhours Services Provided for Osages
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Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
Former Sen. Begich Joins Sonosky Chamber
New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
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Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
Second Native American Eatery Opens
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Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
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George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
18-Year-Old Director Visits White House
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Thing About Skins
AIANTA Pushing for Legislation to Give Tribes More Control of Native Tourism
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (...
Top 5 Cities in the World With the Most Indigenous People
Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, the urban center of choice...
Navajo Hotel Owners Open a Retreat in Monument Valley
It’s all about the mystical view. That is, the view of...
Arizona’s Native Tourism Community Preps for Super Bowl XLIX
Super Bowl XLIX will be one of the biggest sporting events...
Skwachàys Lodge Combines Native Culture and Social Good
On the east end of Vancouver, one of the city’s oldest...
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center
Many people think of museums as dusty, static, boring...
2011 Retrospective: October
Ellsbury Makes a Major Comeback Jacoby Ellsbury, the first Major League Baseball player of Navajo descent and a member of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, was named the American L...
2011 Retrospective: September
Iqaluit’s Historic Bowhead Hunt Delivers Iqaluit, Nunavut, had its first bowhead whale hunt in a century yielded a mighty cetacean weighing 70 metric tons and measuring 14 meters t...
Celebrating 10 Years of Scottsdale’s Native Trails
It's the 10-year anniversary celebration for Native Trails , presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and produced by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts...
The 2011 Hall of Fame and Mantle of Shame
Suzan Shown Harjo
FAME: President Barack Obama , for making good on most of his 2008 Native American campaign promises in his first three years...
2011 Retrospective: July
The Muse The great art, good works and abundant devotees of Suzan Shown Harjo have touched and inspired many in Indian country...
Thunder in the Desert: 10,000 Years of Culture, 187 Tribal Nations, 10 days, One Location
The event is billed as “10,000 years of culture – 187 tribal nations – 10 days – all in one location.” Despite the full agenda of Thunder in the Desert , organizer Fred Synder advi...
2011 Retrospective: June
The Truth Lies Buried At Fort Laramie A visitor at Fort Laramie could take the complete historic tour and get little knowledge about the grim consequences of the wars the U.S...
Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course one of Golfweek's "Best Casino Courses"
Things sure are going well for the Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Course , which in just its second year has received another impressive honor: Golfweek magazine named it one of the “Be...
2011 Retrospective: May
He Ain’t No Geronimo The use of the code name “Geronimo” in the operation that killed Osama bin Laden shows that insensitivity won’t die...
A Look at the Wounded Knee Museum
There's no better way to remember the massacre at Wounded Knee then to pay a visit, either in person or online , to Wounded Knee, the Museum...
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