12/4/08
A World War II-era law that authorized the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to operate the Missouri River will undergo review...
12/4/08
A faltering economy and a Beacon Hill political stalemate may have quieted the hoopla over casinos in Massachusetts for now, but the Mashpee Wampanoag are marching forward in their...
12/4/08
The first Native American appointed to the Arizona Board of Regents said she’s honored to serve on the board, but it comes with a great challenge...
12/4/08
A state judge reserved decision Wednesday on whether to allow the Cayuga Indian Nation to resume selling tax-free cigarettes at its two Upstate New York convenience stores...
12/3/08
Leaders here will dedicate the new city hall in the Historic Borden Building, 320 W. Broadway, at 4:30 p.m. Friday Dec. 5. The public may attend the ceremony and an 8 p.m...
Kara Briggs
12/3/08
B olivia’s President Evo Morales came to Washington, D.C...
12/3/08
With a single vote Tuesday night, the Shakopee City Council ended a more than 13-year saga over the local tribal land-trust issue...
12/3/08
The Gila River Indian Community on Tuesday earmarked $250,000 in gaming revenue money to refurbish a structure at Steele Indian School Park and fund Phoenix programs that fight hun...
12/3/08
A bronze Massachusetts Indian chief makes his return to the Utah Capitol sometime this month or next...
12/3/08
The Cayuga Indian Nation is seeking a court order that would allow the tribe to resume selling tax-free cigarettes at its two upstate New York convenience stores...

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