Editors Report
8/30/06
With little of the fanfare it deserves, the new edition of Cohenís ìHandbook of Federal Indian Lawî is beginning to show up in law school libraries and, one hopes, on the bookshelv...
Jorge Estevez
8/30/06
I was happy to read Jose Barreiro's article, ''Curanderos at El Cachote: Eloy Rodriguez and the cloud forest'' in the Aug. 9, 2006, edition of Indian Country Today [Vol. 26, Iss...
David Wilkins
8/30/06
Guest columnist Tribal nations and their governing bodies, like all human communities, are in a constant state of flux...
Staff reports
8/30/06
WELCH, Minn. ñ The Prairie Island Indian Community presented a $500,000 check to the National Eagle Center in Wabasha on Aug. 22...
Rob Schmidt
8/30/06
Guest columnist Steve and his new roommate, Zagar, share an apartment. But the half-naked Zagar, a Native tribesman, is tough to live with...
Luci Beach
8/30/06
Guest columnist Once again, the oil industry’s one-trick spin ponies began chompin’ at the Arctic Refuge bit as soon as there was trouble a-brewing at Prudhoe Bay...
Jerry Reynolds
8/30/06
WASHINGTON ñ The Senate Appropriations Committee drew an audience of several hundred to its meeting July 20, inspiring a few dry sparks of humor among lawmakers on the crowds they ...
Brandon Harris
8/23/06
PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) – Don’t try to guess what David Wayaneetah’s next move will be. He couldn’t even tell you himself. Wayaneetah, Cherokee, has done a little bit of everything...
Editors Report
8/23/06
While humans pontificate grandly about ecological realities and drop bombs on each other without mercy, some of the little beings of nature are going away, perhaps increasingly tak...

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