Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
5/9/09
D espite her demanding full-time job, a mother of two young children, Harmony, 7, and Justice Eagle, 3, Charlene Worrell Eckel has turned her heart and hands to a traditional skill...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
5/8/09
SEATTLE – The first longhouse to grace Seattle since the 1890s is emerging as a major venue for cultural events in the Seattle area...
Letter to the Editor
5/8/09
We have been here before, we First Nations, we Indians, we Anishinaabe...
Rob Capriccioso
5/8/09
WASHINGTON – It’s been a busy couple of weeks for Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, who has visited several tribal leaders and announced major policies affecting In...
Billy Frank Jr.
5/8/09
C ooperative natural resources co-management, at its best, was displayed during this year’s North of Falcon process for setting Indian and non-Indian salmon fishing seasons in west...
5/8/09
This week, the Tribal Council of the Eastern Band of Cherokee presented awards to Cherokee schoolchildren throughout the region...
Letter to the Editor
5/8/09
During my research of Saginaw Chippewa membership history, and specifically U.S...
The Associated Press
5/8/09
UTICA, N.Y. (AP) - Leaders from Oneida County and the Oneida Indian Nation say they have reached a $55 million agreement on long-standing land and tax issues...
5/8/09
Glenn Marshall was merely a "pawn" in a scheme to make illegal campaign contributions and defraud the government, his attorney told a federal judge yesterday...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
5/8/09
QUINAULT, Wash. – Attorney Fawn Sharp was re-elected president of the Quinault Indian Nation March 28. She received 317 votes to Vice President Guy Capoeman’s 297...

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