Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
2/4/09
LAWTON, Okla. – WGBH/Boston’s PBS “American Experience” program and Comanche Nation College recently collaborated on a training project for budding Native multimedia artists...
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
2/4/09
CARSON CITY, Nev...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
2/4/09
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University School of Law has officially launched its new Federal Indian Law Program with Professor Joshua Jay Kanassatega at the helm...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
2/4/09
SALT LAKE CITY – Charges and countercharges of hostility and misunderstanding have fueled a long-standing controversy that erupted Dec...
2/4/09
Throughout the week, Tribal Leaders met with Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, Congressman Harry Mitchell, the U.S...
2/4/09
Construction is about to begin on a $20 million Native American Indian health care center about 10 miles east of Norman, said project director Mel Cannon of Nabholz Construction.
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
2/4/09
Tempe, Ariz. ? Cited as the first of its kind in the nation, Arizona State University will begin a tribal financial manager certification program in late spring 2009...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/4/09
INDIAN TOWNSHIP, Maine – After three decades of work, a group of native speakers, educators and linguists have produced an Algonquian language dictionary unequalled in size, scope ...
2/4/09
California's most populous American Indian tribe and one of its poorest and most rural - the Yurok Tribe - has used its area's natural disasters as cause to educate its people, dev...
2/4/09
A federal administrative law judge last week dismissed the whistle-blower lawsuit of the former head of public works for the Viejas Indian reservation, saying the claim was not fil...

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