Editors Report
8/23/06
SEATTLE (AP) – For more than 60 years, a Native totem pole stood in West Seattle, just south of Duwamish Head...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/23/06
BRADLEY, Mich...
Jerry Reynolds
8/23/06
WASHINGTON – A worrisomely awaited draft report to Congress on energy rights of way across tribal lands will be the subject of public meetings held through the end of August in key...
Richard Walker
8/23/06
Teens get an early taste of college LUMMI, Wash...
David Melmer
8/23/06
Editors’ note: This is the first of several articles that will focus on the philanthropy of tribes that are in a position to make serious contributions to Indian country for the be...
Patti Jo King
8/23/06
WHITE EAGLE, Okla. – Elders of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma have been searching for a way to preserve their declining culture for future generations...
Brian Daffron
8/23/06
CHICKASHA, Okla. – “Ho! I have said it!” is how Te Ata closed her stories after each performance...
Jerry Reynolds
8/23/06
WASHINGTON – Three lines in the more than 900-page Pension Protection Act that President George W. Bush is expected to sign into law as early as Aug...
Rick Kearns
8/23/06
Guest columnist Bolivian President Evo Morales reached the six-month mark of his presidency July 22, and pundits throughout Bolivia and Latin America took stock of his administrati...
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...

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