Richard Walker / Indian Country Today
5/5/08
Indian Law attorney named to state panel on foster care SEATTLE - Julio Carranza, an Indian law attorney and advocate for children in foster care, has been named to the state Supre...
Jack McNeel
5/5/08
FORT HALL, Idaho - David J. Archuleta, Shoshone-Bannock, has entered the race for the U.S. Senate. He is one of two Democrats in Idaho's May 27 primaries...
By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff
5/3/08
By Rob Capriccioso -- Today staff WASHINGTON - After serving for just over a year as assistant secretary for Indian Affairs, Carl J. Artman is leaving the Bush administration...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/2/08
WASHINGTON - The Gun Lake Tribe has won a key victory in its long-drawn-out battle to build a casino. In a 2 - 1 majority decision April 28, the U.S...
Luci Beach
5/2/08
"The Gwich'in believe everything is related: every species has a responsibility to the earth in order for it to be complete...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/2/08
Penobscot cuts state ties in unprecedented move INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - The Penobscot Indian Nation has taken the unprecedented step of severing relations with the state after Maine...
Letter to the Editor
5/2/08
I'm getting pretty tired of hearing politicians or commentators use the phrase ''off the reservation'' when seeking to describe how someone has gone beyond appropriate bounds in th...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/2/08
Soboba chairman honored for decades of leadership SAN DIEGO - Robert Salgado, chairman of the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians, has received the Wendell Chino Humanitarian Award - th...
Letter to the Editor
5/2/08
Standing Rock is now touted as being the reservation with the second-highest crime rate in the nation...
Jerry Reynolds
5/2/08
Publication offers one-stop knowledge on business structuring WASHINGTON - One-stop knowledge has been a kind of Holy Grail in Native economic development for more than a decade no...

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