The Associated Press
10/9/09
BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) – Ferry service to Lummi Island could see big changes if the Lummi Nation moves forward with ambitious plans to redevelop land for habitat and moorage...
Rob Capriccioso
10/9/09
WASHINGTON – For the second year in a row, the Senate has voted to apologize to Native Americans for historical injustices...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/9/09
BIDDEFORD, Maine – The University of New England celebrated Donna Loring, a writer, educator, activist and the Penobscot Indian Nation’s former representative in the Maine legislat...
10/9/09
The National Congress of American Indians, the oldest and largest organization representing tribal governments, on Monday will formally announce its 2010 census campaign, “Indian C...
10/9/09
Visitors to the Meadow View Elementary School gymnasium Friday will be transported back to the days when American Indian tribes were the only people to inhabit North America...
10/9/09
Opponents of the Lac du Flambeau tribal government apparently got their wish Tuesday when two incumbent members of the tribal council and the incumbent treasurer and secretary were...
Letter to the Editor
10/9/09
Thank you for the very fine article, “ Christmas for babies in the dump ,” by Mary Kim Titla, which appeared in the Sept. 16 [Vol. 29, No. 15] edition of your excellent newspaper...
Ron His Horse is Thunder
10/9/09
M y name is Ron His Horse is Thunder and I am the great-great grandson of One Bull, the nephew and adopted son of Sitting Bull, our Hunkpapa Lakota Nation Chief...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
10/9/09
DENVER – From a Native perspective, archaeology has often been seen as the central villain in America’s quest to uncover and claim – and sometimes illegally market – the remnants o...
Staff reports
10/9/09
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – An agreement that provides $1.75 million a year for construction of facilities and maintenance at Diné College has been renewed for 10 years...

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