10/20/08
The Northern Arapaho tribe are fighting to save their unique language from extinction by opening a school where children will be taught the native tongue, reports The New York Time...
10/20/08
Tewanna Edwards remembers her late great-uncle as a gentle old man who fed her raisins and laughed as she grimaced while eating them...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
10/21/08
LAS VEGAS – A car loan lender made an agreement with the federal government to give $170,000 to 34 people in damages stemming from a government complaint alleging the lender reject...
10/20/08
The Northern Arapaho Tribe says it will vigorously oppose an attempt by a tribal member serving time on a murder conviction to intervene in the tribe's federal lawsuit against the ...
Staff reports
10/21/08
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe and National Grid announced Oct...
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
10/20/08
TORONTO – The news that the Alberta Utilities Commission had approved a 186-mile gas pipeline across the unceded territory of a beleaguered Cree nation was not unexpected, but it s...
10/20/08
In a move aimed at expanding its Indian Nations legal practice, Godfrey & Kahn SC has hired Carl Artman, former federal Bureau of Indian Affairs director, as a shareholder in i...
10/20/08
It is not just the students who learn in Room 12 at the intermediate school here. Teacher Roxanne Not Afraid makes discoveries, too...
10/20/08
The Northern Arapaho Tribe says it will oppose an attempt by a tribal member serving time on a murder conviction to intervene in the tribe's federal lawsuit over a long-standing bo...

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