Richard Walker
8/17/05
ARCADIA, Wash. -- The public was invited to the Squaxin Island tribe's First Salmon Ceremony Aug. 6 at Arcadia Point...
Jean Johnson
8/17/05
CHINOOK, Wash. -- The $1.1 million project to realign a portion of U.S...
Stephanie Woodard
8/17/05
PORCUPINE, N.D. -- On a hot, bright summer day, nine high school students were at work in a field across the street from the Porcupine Community Center...
Richard Walker
8/17/05
LUMMI, Wash. -- Vine Deloria Jr., author, retired professor and long-time advocate of Native rights, delivered the keynote address at the 3rd Robert K...
Editors Report
8/17/05
Greed is a sin of obsession and with great consequence, both for the sinner and the victims of the sin -- at least, it used to be...
Rachel Attituq Qitsualik
8/17/05
There I was, a pre-adolescent girl, sitting on the back of my father's qamutiq (dog sled)...
Patty Jo King
8/17/05
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. -- The 53rd Cherokee National Holiday, celebrated since 1953 in commemoration of the signing of the 1839 Cherokee Constitution, will be observed Sept...
Editorial Report
8/17/05
Persistence is the operative principle in the fight to convince the sporting world that it is doing a disservice to American Indian and Native children by labeling teams and mascot...
David Melmer
8/17/05
WASHINGTON - The 1960s were turbulent times: war in Southeast Asia, battles on the streets of major Southern cities, and equality and disenfranchisement on the lips of every minori...
David Melmer
8/14/05
WASHINGTON - Legislation that could bring about a settlement of the trust fund fiasco was introduced July 20 in the U.S. Senate. Sponsored by Sen...

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