10/30/08
George Almerigi, a former Muscogee (Creek) Nation Supreme Court chief justice and second chief, died Monday. He was 75. A wake will be held at 7 p.m...
Correspondent: Richard Walker
10/31/08
SWINOMISH, Wash. – The Coast Salish people have a saying: “When the tide is out, the table is set,” a reference to the rich resources of the Salish Sea...
10/30/08
A north state woman long active in American Indian education, community service and music will be honored by the Shasta County Citizens Against Racism, SCCAR spokesman Tom O'Mara s...
Letter to the Editor
10/31/08
Indian country always has been, and always will be, united in working to ensure Native Americans are provided the health care services they were promised by the U.S. government...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/31/08
MASHANTUCKET, Conn...
10/30/08
Getting the vote out on the Oneida Indian Reservation is a nonpartisan effort, but it's being done with the belief that state and national issues trickle down to the tribe.
10/30/08
A two-year, $400 million project to bring a resort casino to Salt River has punctuated the community's horizon with a 15-story steel skeleton that will become a 497-room hotel towe...
Editors report
10/31/08
The current postmodern and social science academic literature suggests that nations are social inventions designed to serve the interests of ethnic or social groups...
Kevin J. White
10/31/08
The core concepts of the Great Law of the Haudenosaunee are peace, power and righteousness. Many have pondered what they meant, mean and will mean in the coming generations...
10/30/08
The Sto:lo Tribal Council is accusing the Yale First Nation with acts of “ghoulish vandalism,” alleging human remains were removed from the Kuthlath reserve near Yale...

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