Staff reports
2/16/09
KLONDYKE, Ariz. – Mana Pottery Studios in Klondyke has been producing some of the nation’s most unique and stunning lines of Southwest art for more than six decades...
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
2/16/09
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation and its supporters rallied at the Capitol Jan...
Staff reports
2/16/09
WASHINGTON – The number of farms in the United States has grown 4 percent, and the operators of those farms have become more diverse in the past five years, according to results of...
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
2/16/09
BRADLEY, Mich. – The Interior Department has formally taken 147 acres of land into trust for the Gun Lake Tribe, ending a decade of opposition from an anti-Indian casino group...
Staff reports
2/16/09
WASHINGTON – American Indian leaders in the emerging green economy traveled to the nation’s capitol to lobby representatives, network and work together to demand good green jobs, c...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
2/16/09
DENVER – A Northern Cheyenne media entrepreneur plans to open a Native-oriented multimedia and media-training resource office in Denver, and he’s still considering purchase of the ...
Nestor Ramos, Argus Leader
2/16/09
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – For about a week, Robin Kills The Enemy was friendless...
Staff reports
2/16/09
Washington, DC – The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is proud to announce that the appointment of Vice Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena to the board of trustees for the National Museum ...
Steven Newcomb
2/16/09
In 1912, when my Delaware grandfather, Bushyhead Spybuck Newcomb, was a teenager, Franciscan priest Zephyrin Engelhardt published a multi-volume set of books entitled, “The Mission...
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
2/16/09
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Freedom Forum Diversity Institute , based in Washington D.C...

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