12/3/08
G. Michael “Mickey” Brown, the prosecutor-turned-casino maven, says his former employers, the Mashantucket Pequots, got “the right guy” for the job...
12/3/08
Nearly a month after the first severe storm of the season knocked out power to thousands of South Dakotans for weeks, relief efforts are still making their way to the state...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
12/3/08
Northern Idaho – Students on both the Coeur d’Alene and Nez Perce reservations are learning to express their thoughts and feelings at playwriting seminars...
12/2/08
While American Indians were expected to go to the polls in record numbers on Election Day, a national organization representing more than 250 tribes is still compiling numbers on t...
Staff reports
12/2/08
PRYOR, Okla. – Beginning in the spring semester, Rogers State University will offer Cherokee language courses on its Pryor campus...
Rob Capriccioso
12/2/08
STEVENS POINT, Wis...
Staff reports
12/2/08
WASHINGTON – At the National Indian Education Association annual convention this year, six new members joined the board of directors, in what was a record number of NIEA members vo...
12/2/08
The economic bad luck has spread to the Connecticut casinos...
12/2/08
A new company has been created by the Cherokee Nation’s business arm to manage its landfill in Adair county as well as explore recycling and green technologies...

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