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...
Jerry Reynolds
10/20/04
WASHINGTON - The House of Representatives adjourned on Oct. 9 with the Senate following suit Oct. 12...
Ryan Slattery
10/20/04
LAS VEGAS - Supporters of Proposition 68, a California ballot initiative to end the state's Indian tribes' monopoly on slot machines and force tribes to pay 25 percent of their ear...
Matt Ross
10/20/04
Fish camp living continues JOHNSONS CROSSING, Yukon - With the sun beating down, relief was provided by a cool headwind...
Jim Adams
10/20/04
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Two New England tribes should hear by Oct. 23 at the latest whether they will keep their federal recognition fights alive for another round...
Jean Johnson
10/20/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - Stage presence is what N. Scott Momaday has...
David Melmer
10/20/04
CUSTER, S.D.- Sioux tribal leaders and South Dakota's congressional delegation met behind closed doors to discuss the tough issues facing Indian country and the result was termed a...
Ryan Slattery
10/20/04
LAS VEGAS - They brought in celebrities, rolled out hundreds of penny slots, unveiled a giant Wheel of Fortune machine and even dished out free food samples, wine and beer...
David Melmer
10/20/04
CRAZY HORSE, S.D. - Don Montileaux, artist, told a large mixed-race crowd that American Indians don't need a holiday to celebrate who they are, "we celebrate every day...
Editors Report
10/20/04
We can see how Vernon Bellecourt, the quintessential AIM activist, can rub Italian Americans the wrong way with his anti-Columbus antics...

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