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Grave Robbing, Curses, and Customs
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Family Tradition Leads Birdwell to VA
Oklahoma-Based Tribes Looking to Expand
Deconstructing the Doctrine of Discovery
EPA Doles Out $43 Million for Drought
Two Weeks to Go Until Election Day
Skwachàys Lodge: Social Good + Culture
UNITY Youth Serve as Grand Marshals
Janet Rogers' Peace in Duress
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Partial Solar Eclipse on October 23
Jude Schimmel Is All Smiles on Media Day
The Indian Team That Beat the NY Giants
Thing About Skins
Tribal members try to break bad eating habits
Tom Robertson, Minnesota Public Radio
CASS LAKE, Minn. (AP) – As a child, Iris Sherer never learned about proper nutrition. For her, family gatherings always meant overeating, and the food was never very healthy...
$16.4 million tribal project brings jobs to the peninsula
T he Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal fish hatchery project is currently under construction and is more than 50 percent complete...
Alaskan actress and activist Diane Benson mounts campaign for office
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
D iane Benson of the Tlingit Nation recently announced her candidacy as a Democratic contender for the office of Alaska’s lieutenant governor...
Museum continues bold commitment to American Indian fine arts
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – American Indian art took its place among the great art of the world in 2009...
Stop blocking vet services
Letter to the Editor
I attended the Alaska Veterinary Board meeting Oct...
Steele: Why I went to Copenhagen
T he history of American Indians is varied and each tribe has its own customs, but one belief that binds us all is our deep respect for the earth and the gifts it has given us...
New face of NABI
T he NABI Foundation has received its 501(c)(3) tax exempt status and the foundation has officially been launched. What does this all mean?...
Keepseagle earns settlement agreement
WASHINGTON – Native American farmers and ranchers alleging discrimination by the federal government have earned a settlement agreement from the Obama administration that could tota...
A conversation with Cherokee filmmaker Steven Heape
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
A ward-Winning Cherokee filmmaker Steven Heape is the president and executive producer of Rich-Heape films ...
Mainstream college can be different, but achievable
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Graduation nears for some Native students, while others may find themselves included in college dropout rates exceeding 60 percent...
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