David Melmer
10/27/04
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - For the first time in history a woman could become the leader of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, one of the largest tribes in the country...
Jerry Reynolds
10/27/04
WASHINGTON - The Native American Rights Fund responded Oct...
Jean Johnson
10/27/04
Tribal members sound out PORTLAND, Ore. - Tribal members in Columbia River Basin country are watching the presidential race and like what they see. In the third formal debate Sen...
Jerry Reynolds
10/27/04
WASHINGTON - For a long time, tribes didn't have the resources to do much one way or the other on the Washington lobbying circuit...
Ryan Slattery
10/27/04
Tribal leaders send message from G2E LAS VEGAS - Using the Global Gaming Expo as a public forum, American Indian leaders urged conference attendees to return to their tribes and sp...
Dale Carson
10/27/04
Someone once said: "The more things change, the more they remain the same." It is so true, isn't it?...
Editors Report
10/27/04
While everyone's mind is filled with the very close presidential race, Indian country should keep its eyes on the second big prize, control of the U.S. Senate...
David Melmer
10/27/04
SALT LAKE CITY - For the past 15 years veterans have competed on a national scale for the opportunity to participate in the finals of the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival...
Jean Johnson
10/27/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - Over at the Gensaw's booth, everybody was laughing. "Don't get my bad side," Ernestine Gensaw said, posing in one of her cedar hats...
David Melmer
10/27/04
LINCOLN, Neb...

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