Staff reports
6/5/09
On April 25, the Board of Trustees of Leech Lake Tribal College welcomed two new members and elected new board officers. Gary Charwood and Dr...
Letter to the Editor
6/5/09
I read with interest the article about insurance by Gabriel S. Galanda and James L. Robenalt...
Staff reports
6/5/09
DURANGO, Colo. – Seratha Largie, a freshman at Fort Lewis College , is settling into her role as the college’s Miss Hozhoni...
Gabriel S. Galanda and James L. Robenalt
6/5/09
Part 2 We recently advocated that capable tribal governments form single parent captive insurance companies to insure their own risk of losses, rather than continue to purchase exp...
Billy Frank Jr.
6/5/09
T he Hoh Tribe and the Hoh River are connected by a bond that can never be broken. Forever, as the river moved, so did the tribe...
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
6/5/09
T hough “tight-lipped” about his World War II experiences, Navajo code talker John Brown Jr...
Susan Olp, Of The Gazette Staff
6/6/09
I n some ways, life for the Northern Cheyenne Tribe seems as bleak as the landscape captured in Leo Killsback’s film “The Chiefs’ Prophecy , Survival of the Northern Cheyenne Natio...
6/5/09
Neither of the region's casino-owning Indian tribes would comment Thursday on speculation that the Shinnecock Indian Nation could pursue a casino development at a horse racing trac...
David Wiwchar, Today correspondent
6/5/09
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Staring out across a sea of people jammed into the Washington Mall, a hereditary chief from a tiny village thousands of miles away, nods and smiles...
Steve Russell
6/5/09
W ard Churchill’s case brings it up in our collective face, but most Indians in academia have had the problem of persons who “self-identify” as Indian without anything to back up t...

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