3/9/09
The family of Ralph Engelstad is behind a $1 million Sioux scholarship endowment at the University of North Dakota, they announced this week...
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
3/9/09
Part 1 of 2 A new chapter in the saga of exploitation and destruction, wealth and economic opportunity that describes mining in the Americas is now being written in Congress by a r...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
3/9/09
VALLEY CENTER – A council member who took her chairman to a tribal court for removing her from the seat she was elected to won her case Feb. 11. The judge, Anthony J...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
3/9/09
SEATTLE – Martharose Laffey, executive director of the Washington State School Directors Association, says progress is being made in promoting government-to-government relations be...
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
3/9/09
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – An oft-delayed trial has been rescheduled for two men charged with the 1975 killing of a fellow American Indian Movement activist...
Staff reports
3/9/09
DENVER – As a small Native-owned business competing against the giants in the office products industry, CADDO Solutions has experienced considerable growth in spite of the economic...
3/9/09
Two American Indian casinos proposed for Southern New Mexico appear to be on hold for now, but that could change, depending on policies adopted by President Barack Obama's administ...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
3/9/09
SACRAMENTO – California’s water agency is for the first time including tribal input in the development of its water policy plan, a vital set of guiding principles and course of act...
Staff reports
3/9/09
A program developed by the United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters and Sprinklerfitters (UA) has helped 12 members of the Navajo Nation complete a 16-week Hybrid Welding Progra...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
3/9/09
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission is using new technology to collect genetic data on the river’s fish populations...

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