5/10/10
The District Attorney's Office is pursuing hate crime charges against three men who were arrested Friday for branding a mentally challenged man with a swastika symbol April 29...
5/10/10
When Harold Hoelzle was a boy, his family would visit the Caseville area as often as possible to escape the stresses of everyday life...
Letter to the Editor
5/10/10
W e are responding to your editorial questioning the decision of the elected leaders of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association to hold our annual meeting as schedul...
5/10/10
Seattle Public Utilities is proceeding on schedule with its plan to build a replacement hatchery on the Cedar River, with hopes of it opening by late summer next year...
Letter to the Editor
5/7/10
Seneca Gaming Corporation is preparing to open a truly remarkable project over the next few months – the Seneca Hickory Stick Golf Club...
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
5/7/10
Y oung Navajos are taking on some of the most tenacious issues on the 28,000-square-mile Navajo reservation (population 180,000) in the Four Corners area: Unemployment rates that r...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
5/7/10
SEATTLE – As the mail-in participation phase of the 2010 Census came to a close, participation rates were up on at least nine American Indian reservations in Washington state, acco...
Letter to the Editor
5/7/10
The Interior Department’s Minerals Management Service (MMS) has given Shell the green light to drill offshore exploration wells in the U.S...
Staff reports
5/7/10
M embers of the Oneida Nation Council were recently in Washington, D.C...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/7/10
SIPAYIK, Maine – After five years of legal struggle by a group of Passamaquoddy Tribe members, the BIA has canceled a long term lease with an Oklahoma-based developer, ending its p...

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