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Oklahoma lawmakers aim to ban international and Sharia law from state courts
Gale Courey Toensing
OKLAHOMA CITY – Despite few, if any, attempts to impose Sharia law in the State of Oklahoma, voters there will be asked to vote on a ballot measure that would prohibit state courts...
Echo Hawk takes steps to re-accredit tribal college
A ssistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk announced Sept...
Natural gas pipeline
Letter to the Editor
I’m talking with several tribes about the potential construction of a massive natural gas pipeline from WY to OR, across N NV...
Energy challenge for BIA students
Rob Capriccioso, Today staff
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk announced Oct...
Underground to mainstream
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
O ne of the major Native music award shows, the 2010 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, will be broadcast live on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network Nov...
Wind River Casino wins workforce award
W inning a workforce award at this year’s Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions made Wind River Casino Human Resources Manager Andi Clifford think about all the casino employees...
Split appeals court rules against EPA and Navajo concerns
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Navajo residents worried about uranium mining’s impact on their northwestern New Mexico community were handed a defeat by a narrowly divided federal appeals court in an en...
NASA awards tribal colleges
On Oct. 1, NASA announced $3.3 million to support academic excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education at tribal colleges and universities...
SHI accepting applications for scholarships
S ealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications for the 2010 – 2011 school year...
Holy Road. …
J ake Swamp-Tekaronhianeken, 68, the Wolf Clan Mohawk diplomat, author, teacher, chief, husband, father, grandparent and great-grandparent passed into the spirit world Oct...
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