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Having a presence
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
LOPEZ ISLAND, Wash. – The Pavey Family Trust is donating three and one-half acres of tidelands on Lopez Island’s Mud Bay to the Samish Indian Nation...
First things first
House Resolution 194 is an apology for slavery. Where is the apology to the indigenous peoples of America?...
Misty Upham from ‘Frozen River’
Robert Schmidt, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES, Calif...
Olney ‘JP’ Patt Jr. resigns as CRIFC executive director
PORTLAND, Ore. – After five years as executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, Olney “JP” Patt Jr. resigned Aug...
Sealaska infuses millions into southeast Alaska economy
JUNEAU, Alaska – According to a new report, Sealaska Corporation, Sealaska Timber Corporation and the Sealaska Heritage Institute spent a combined $41 million in 2007 in southeast ...
Heading up the majority
Gale Courey Toensing
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – As the U.S...
Indian language textbook becomes part of state’s education mission
SANTA FE, N.M. – Long-talked-about efforts to infuse Native culture and language learning in the public education system have resulted in action in New Mexico...
Annual First American Leadership Awards event honors Indian business leaders
Leo Killsback, Today correspondent
FORT MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION, Ariz...
Goals to strive for
Gale Courey Toensing
SOMERTON, Ariz. – On July 11, Sherry Cordova was elected chairwoman of the Cocopah Indian Tribe for her seventh consecutive two-year term...
Candidates still face obstacles involving Native P.O. boxes
PHOENIX – Despite facing challenges over the validity of rural Native post office box signatures on their filing petitions, two candidates for state legislature seats were allowed ...
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