1/26/09
Advocates of a blackjack deal with the Seminole Tribe are running into an old adversary of gambling interests: the Florida House. Despite heavy lobbying from Gov...
1/26/09
Although crude oil prices have hit five-year lows, a Denver investment firm says it still is interested in spending hundreds of millions of dollars on energy development on two Mon...
1/26/09
President Barack Obama's history-making inauguration celebration came with an estimated $150 million price tag, including security costs. So who helped foot the bill?...
1/26/09
Loyman Cossey can pursue his lawsuit against Cherokee Nation Enterprises, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled last week – though it took the nine-member court five opinions to explain...
1/26/09
MaryEllen Flynn never imagined she would spend nearly five decades studying the Lenape Indians. "I was a science teacher," Flynn said. "I don't know...
1/26/09
A federal judge rules against the Osage Nation in a lawsuit seeking to exempt tribal members who live and work in Osage County from state income taxes...
1/26/09
Odds are even the Gun Lake casino will be a winning bet today. This morning, U.S. District Judge Richard J...
1/26/09
Fort Belknap environmental officials are starting small on a recycling project that could eventually save tribal officials hundreds of dollars a month on waste removal.
Gale Courey Toensing
1/23/09
WASHINGTON – The Navajo Nation and other interested parties have filed a petition with the U.S...
Letter to the Editor
1/23/09
I received the Jan. 7 edition of Indian Country Today and I read with great interest Mary Kim Titla’s article regarding her teaching experience [“Learning with littles,” Vol...

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