Rob Capriccioso
9/15/10
WASHINGTON – Like a lot of libraries nationwide, tribal libraries are struggling. Books are lacking, roofs are leaking, and the Internet is broken...
Rob Capriccioso
9/14/10
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in August that the Obama administration hasn’t decided whether to appeal a decision over a nuclear waste facility on the Skull Valley Goshute Re...
Staff Reports
9/13/10
Donald Bushman (check last name), a 13-year old Oglala Sioux member was named U.S. Kids Golf Tour for No. Virginia, Tour Player of the Year for his age group...
Staff Reports
9/13/10
Cole House, from the Oneida reservation in Wisconsin, is one of the first American Indians to be a professional racer...
Rebecca Jacobs, Today Correspondent
9/13/10
KEAU’U, Hawaii – The preservation of culture and precious tradition is becoming increasingly more difficult as the world becomes smaller and more standardized...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
9/14/10
LA CONNER, Wash. – As a child, Chester Cayou experienced the abuses of the residential school system. As a World War II Army draftee, he witnessed the brutality of war...
Letter to the Editor
9/13/10
At 130 years old, for Bacone to make history is a headline. History Professor Dr. Russel Lawson captured such a moment this summer as the school’s first ever Fulbright Scholar...
Letter to the Editor
9/13/10
The Northern California Indian Development Council is please to announce that Irma Amaro has been hired as the new Director of the Del Norte Indian Education Center...
Rob Capriccioso
9/13/10
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced Aug...
Rob Capriccioso
9/14/10
The latest federal judge to oversee the Cobell Indian trust fund lawsuit believes Congress should approve the Obama administration’s proposed $3.4 billion settlement – despite some...

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