Jean Johnson
10/12/05
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Stanley Tewa's 7-year-old toothy smile is a ragged, discolored affair complete with decayed, vacant gaps...
Jim Adams
10/12/05
NEW YORK -- Conflicts with tax collectors are becoming a fact of life for many tribes as their wealth and economic activity expand, but the relationship doesn't always have to be a...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/5/05
A pro-sovereignty initiative to ensure that tribal pension plans fall under government regulations has garnered widespread support in Indian country, and awaits action by Congress...
Editors Report
10/5/05
A disappointing, if intriguing, bit of news this summer: the American Society of Newspaper Editors' diversity report notes a decline of nearly 6 percent in American Indians working...
Tom Wanamaker
10/5/05
Ask a non-Indian historian where American democracy was born and you'll likely get answers ranging from Philadelphia to Williamsburg, or perhaps from Boston to the Mayflower...
Editors Report
10/5/05
South Dakota has been called "racially hostile" before. In years past, and even to the present, anti-Indian sentiment has not been hard to find...
Richard Walker
10/5/05
As 70 students prepared to receive their diplomas at Northwest Indian College June 17, community relations director Fred Dorr said of the college: "It's only going to get broader."...
Cynthia Tam
10/5/05
There are five basic categories of investments: cash, bonds (lending money in exchange for interest and repayment of principal), stocks (business ownership), real estate and natura...
David Melmer
10/5/05
It will be a great day for hundreds of young children on the Pine Ridge Reservation when the Head Start programs finally get under way. Closed for more than six months by the U.S...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/5/05
As a young child in the wilderness of northern Ontario, Mildred Noble watched the multicolored Northern Lights shimmer and dance like heavenly fire across the sky...

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