Stephanie Woodard
5/9/08
County sides with farm, while UN listens and South Dakota claims neutrality MARTY, S.D...
Letter to the Editor
5/9/08
The Lakota Nation remains strong and unbending in our stand that we will never accept money for the illegal taking of our sacred Black Hills, which were retained by our ancestors t...
Scott Richard Lyons / Indian Country Today
5/9/08
On April 11, a new academic organization officially came into existence at what will one day be called (by future academics, of course) a ;'historic'' meeting held at the Universit...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
5/9/08
WASHINGTON - The Cherokee Nation and its freedmen met in court May 6 in a case over tribal sovereignty and minority rights. A three-judge panel of U.S...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
5/9/08
WASHINGTON - These are strange days in the energy industry. For the first three months of the year, industry leader Exxon Mobil Corp...
By Brian Daffron -- Today correspondent
5/9/08
Youth fair shows validity of Native language in Oklahoma By Brian Daffron -- Today correspondent NORMAN, Okla...
Scott Richard Lyons
5/9/08
On April 11, a new academic organization officially came into existence at what will one day be called (by future academics, of course) a ''historic'' meeting held at the Universit...
Letter to the Editor
5/9/08
I was saddened to hear about [the passing of] Mr. Carney Saupitty Sr. I met Carney Saupitty Sr. and his son, Carney Jr., many years ago...
Rob Capriccioso
5/9/08
Why were so many Indian-focused advocates targeted? WASHINGTON - The case of Leslie A. Hagen, an assistant U.S...
Rob Capriccioso
5/9/08
Oglala Sioux fight expansion of uranium mine WASHINGTON - The U.S...

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