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Tribal energy development challenges told
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – When environmental laws were enacted in the 1970s, people had no idea what they would later entail, an Indian law practice attorney told an energy conference...
Healthy Start Act strengthens School Breakfast Program
WASHINGTON – As Congress takes up reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act, Rep. Herseth Sandlin and Rep...
Getting a ‘yes’ when you need it
Toby O’Brien, Special to Today
A re you constantly tracking down your executives and managers to get approval for your marketing projects?...
Newcomb: Colonialism and the human rights of indigenous peoples
D uring and shortly after World War II (1939-1945), a number of anthropologists were writing about the topic of indigenous peoples and what was then being referred to as the “colon...
Fort Sill Apache Casino celebrates a decade
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
LAWTON, Okla. – The Fort Sill Apache Casino has celebrated 10 years in Lawton, Okla., and now plans to build a hotel to accompany its two-story gaming facility...
Jourdain: BIA shows uppity Indians who’s boss
Floyd “Buck” Jourdain Jr.
A fter six years as elected Red Lake chairman, I thought I’d seen everything there is to see about the BIA...
EPA announces new Office of International and Tribal Affairs Action
WASHINGTON – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P...
Indian vets score a win in Congress
WASHINGTON – Legislation supporting Indian veterans and their survivors has made it through both branches of Congress, and will soon be signed by President Barack Obama into law...
Alaska Senate race controversies continue
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
A mong the many closely scrutinized Senate races in this mid-term election cycle, Alaska continues to be in the headlines...
Uprooted in hail’s wake, tribe wants help
Sandra Baltazar Martinez, Santa Fe New Mexican
KEWA PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) – For the first time in more than two years, Dominique Martinez, 2, has been able to sleep through the night...
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