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DesRosiers’ NIGC term ends; Cochran’s begins
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The vice chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission has completed his term after serving during what he said was the most contentious period in the regulatory a...
Diabetes-prevention grants have unexpected ‘side effects’
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
D iabetes prevention may have been the focus of multi-year Centers for Disease Control grants, but additional positive changes have flowed from the work done by the tribal funding ...
Justice Department debuts streamlined tribal grants
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
Trahant: Warning: Budget tsunamis forecast
T he health care reform law should significantly boost the amount of money pumped into the Indian health system. That’s the good news...
The paradoxical politics of ‘Avatar’
Bill Weinberg, Today correspondent
T he science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, when asked where he gets his ideas, famously always answers: “Schenectady.” Well, Ellison may get his ideas from Schenectady, but James ...
O'Brien: Celebrating winners
Toby O’Brien, Special to Today
T his really happened to me. It’s a very sad story. Grab your tissues. A few years back, I was visiting a Native American casino in Southern California. It was late at night...
Author’s book benefits ocean health research
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Royalties from “Last Song of the Whales,” a novel by Cherokee/Creek author and educator Wahinkpe Topa, will benefit Algalita Marine Research Foundation, which is document...
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – For numerous competitive Native runners, the height of their running career often occurs during college...
Trahant: Customer/owners are key to the Nuka Model of health care in Anchorage
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – It takes about 30 seconds of walking around the campus of the Alaska Native Medical Center to appreciate that you are in a special place...
More than 500 turn out for Comanche elections
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
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