Kaitlin Manry, The Herald of Everett
8/8/09
EVERETT, Wash. (AP) – A 16-year-old boy with a red-and-black-checked bandana knotted around his neck leaned over a notebook and penned rap lyrics...
Letter to the Editor
8/7/09
T he U.S. Treasury used to mint gold and silver into coins. Later, when paper money was issued by the Treasury, it was backed by gold or silver...
8/7/09
The president of the largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization in the country will visit the Fort Berthold Reservation today and Saturday...
Staff reports
8/7/09
OKLAHOMA CITY – River Rock Entertainment, LLC has acquired the motion picture rights to the novel “60 Feet Six Inches and Other Distances from Home: the (Baseball) Life of Mose Yel...
Letter to the Editor
8/8/09
M y name is Cheryl Little Dog and I’m a paraplegic in a wheelchair. I know what drinking and driving can take from you...
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
8/7/09
ANADARKO, Okla...
8/7/09
A federal appeals court in Seattle has ruled the Suquamish Indian Tribe has the right to fish Saratoga Passage and Skagit Bay east of Whidbey Island...
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
8/7/09
WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk named Donald “Del” Laverdure to the post of deputy assistant secretary of Indian Affairs effective July 29...
Staff reports
8/7/09
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – Oklahoma is once again the home of 38 federally recognized Indian tribes. The Bartlesville, Okla...
8/6/09
The town's efforts to redevelop the former Mariamante Academy land on Main Road have hit a snag...

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