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Bald eagles roost in B.C. town
BRACKENDALE, British Columbia - Few natural sights are as impressive as an eagle targeting a fish that's grasped quickly by the bird's talons upon swooping down...
All over the country this year I am sensing a subdued holiday spirit. That is perfectly understandable considering the economy, the election and the war...
'Tis the season to consider Native people's sacrifice
First, give thanks if you are a member of a tribe that still exists. And, if you are able to sit down to a meal of your tribe's traditional foods give another word of thanks...
Bison return home: Journey from Catalina Island to Rosebud
LOS ANGELES - In 1925 a small herd of 14 bison, also known as American buffalo, was brought to Santa Catalina island just a few miles off the shore of Los Angeles...
New England ruling favors states over tribes
BOSTON - Cases now awaiting decision in the federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals here could lead to an appeal to the U.S...
Tribal leaders challenge congressional delegation
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The gathering of tribal officials around a basketball tournament also brought in federal and state officials to address and listen to tribal leaders' concerns...
Energy can fuel a future of promise
Most Native Americans - particularly those on remote federal trust reservations - have never been blessed with adequate, dependable energy...
News from the Northern Plate
KOOTENAI TRIBE PROPOSES INCREASING NUTRIENT LEVELS IN KOOTENAI RIVER BONNERS FERRY, Idaho - The Kootenai Tribe of Idaho and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game are proposing to a...
Tribes join together to build downtown Sacramento hotel
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For thousands of years, much of the Sacramento area was home to the Yalesummi tribe. With the coming of white settlers began disputes for the land...
GRAMMY nominees broaden scope
LOS ANGELES - Reaching beyond traditional drum groups, GRAMMY nominations for the Native music category this year range from the perennial pow wow favorites the Black Lodge Singers...
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