Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
BEND, Ore. – A new Native initiative has set its sights on green building certification and training specifically geared to meet tribal needs...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
3/9/09
How many times have you patronized a business or organization and felt as if you were not valued or that your presence was not particularly appreciated?...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
3/9/09
DENVER – Southwestern Colorado is a treasure trove of ancient artifacts that recall a vast, complex Native civilization; “anyplace you go is potentially archaeologically significan...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
INDIAN ISLAND, Penobscot Indian Nation – Rhonda Mitchell Frey, a Penobscot activist and the sole American Indian journalist working in Maine, died Feb...
3/9/09
Even for the normally effervescent Charlie Crist, hope seems to be in short supply. At least in the Florida Legislature...
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...

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