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Thing About Skins
Tribe should control casino cash, judge says
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation's central government should be in charge of its communities' casino funds, a tribal judge ruled this week...
Wampanoag: PBS failed to get tribe perspective
The head of the Public Broadcasting Service is rebutting criticism from local American Indian tribes that the nonprofit network did not consult tribal historic preservation officer...
Extra Credit: Two Indian museums earn prestigious accreditation
WASHINGTON – Two Native American museums have made it through years of intense scrutiny and paperwork to become accredited by a well-respected, independent and autonomous body of m...
Lumbee Recognition Bill Headed To House Vote
A North Carolina congressman says a bill to grant federal recognition to the Lumbee Indian tribe is heading toward a vote in the U.S. House of representatives...
Young Mohawk golfer soars; already sunk two hole-in-ones
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
AKWESASNE, Ontario – Athletic achievements are common in the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, though no one expected Indian country’s top female amateur golfer to come from an area wher...
Trimble: Lakota language and proud names
B ack in the early 1970s when we were setting up the American Indian Press Association , we held several regional gatherings to meet with editors of tribal newspapers and other Nat...
Paying their respects: Great Basin tribes dance to honor traditions
Through song and dance, members of the Great Basin tribes continue to pay their respects to the same animals that inspired reverence in their ancestors...
Tribal voters approve Fighting Sioux nickname
Members of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe say they’re proud of the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname and they showed it with their votes...
Sioux split on suit seeking money for Black Hills
A band of Sioux whose ancestors were driven from the majestic Black Hills more than 130 years ago is seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation, upsetting other tribal...
Treatment with respect to traditions
Diane Cochran, Of The Gazette Staff
BILLINGS, Mont. – Stephanie Iron Shooter was stuck. One of her clients in a breast health screening program had cancer, but Iron Shooter couldn’t tell her...
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