10/7/10
“The facility is safe,” Indian Health Services officials want to assure local Native Americans of the Fort Yuma outpatient clinic that serves the Quechan and Cocopah Indian tribes...
10/7/10
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Cape Wind Associates LLC today signed the lease for a wind farm off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the first in U.S. waters...
10/6/10
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) is pleased to announce that Tribal Council Vice-Chairperson Jamie P...
Harald E.L. Prins & Bunny McBride, Special to Today
10/6/10
T he orange flag with yellow stars symbolizing the seven Cherokee clans swayed brightly among swinging kilts and skirling bagpipes at the Highland Games in Nethy Bridge, Scotland...
10/6/10
Sitting in her wooden rocking chair next to a window overlooking Bayou Grand Caillou, Marie Antoinette Billiot Dean worked on her last palmetto hat...
10/6/10
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded $150,000 to the Eight Northern Indian Pueblo Council (ENIPC) to establish a Brownfields Tribal Response Program...
David Kimelberg
10/6/10
W hen is enough, enough? Native Americans have been asking this question for centuries...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
10/6/10
DENVER – From revising a museum diorama focused on the past to envisioning tribal development in the later 21st century, some of today’s Native high school students are preparing f...
John Hatch
10/6/10
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich...
10/6/10
Oglala Sioux Tribe Election Board Chairman Francis Pumpkin Seed said 60 percent of the nearly 3,000 registered voters on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation went to the polls Tuesday...

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