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Wiggins: Seeking a peaceful solution for the Rapa Nui Nation
A t the Indian Law Resource Center , indigenous leaders from Mexico and countries in Central and South America regularly inform us about threats to their lives and the lives of the...
Hofer: Take charge of your health
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
D id you know there are steps you can take – simple, lifestyle behaviors – that protect your health and are powerful in preventing cancer?...
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Circling Raven Golf Club honored by Golfweek Magazine
WORLEY, Idaho – Circling Raven Golf Club – an amenity of the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel in the Idaho panhandle – has once again been ranked among the best courses in America...
New Midwest BIA director announced
WASHINGTON – BIA Director Jerry Gidner announced March 4 that he has named Diane K. Rosen as regional director of the BIA’s Midwest Regional Office in Ft. Snelling, Minn...
Billy Frank Jr.
I t’s raining hard today, the first heavy rain we’ve seen in awhile, and it makes me feel good...
New vice president of marketing for Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood named
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Amanda Totaro has been named vice president of marketing for the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood ...
Pueblos receive funding for air quality management, domestic violence
WASHINGTON – On Sept...
Life sentence remains unchanged
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Even though a non-Indian was found guilty of murder under a statute governing Indian perpetrators, his conviction remains essentially unaffected despite numerous appeals, ...
MITSC chair’s departure ‘a great loss’
Gale Courey Toensing
AUGUSTA, Maine – Citing the state’s unwillingness to honor agreements that were meant to affirm and enhance the Wabanaki nations’ sovereignty, the chairman of the Maine Indian Trib...
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