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Repeal the Iron Mining Law
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Tribal College Honoree of the Year Named
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C.O.P.S. visits Coeur d’Alene reservation
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
Worley, Idaho – Law enforcement agencies and fire departments from area tribal reservations recently met at the Coeur d’Alene Casino to participate in a two day workshop put on by ...
Beach: Gwich’in honor 20 years of resistance
Old Crow, Canada, was the site of the July 14 – 18, 2008, biennial Gwich’in Gathering...
Arizona’s rural Native voters are disenfranchised
PHOENIX – The primary season involving Legislature seats in Arizona has been especially nasty for three Navajo candidates whose filing petitions were challenged because they listed...
Making the best of tough economic times
By Rob Capriccioso
CHICAGO – The Native American Finance Officers Association is set to kick off its annual meeting in the Windy City Sept. 3 and 4...
Venezuelan Indian Affairs official seeks solidarity among hemisphere’s indigenous peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX RESERVATION, S.D...
Russell Means, fish-in activist, asserts treaty rights and discounts both the DNC and RNC
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER—Six trout were caught – one over the legal limit of five – and some license plate numbers were recorded by law enforcement during a recent fish-in at a lake in South Dakota,...
Indigenous languages added to new Ecuadorian constitution
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
QUITO, Ecuador – Ecuador could soon become the fourth country in the Western Hemisphere to have indigenous languages included in the list of the nation’s official languages...
Galanda and Carranza: Go for the gold, Indian country!
Gabriel S. Galanda and Julio V.A. Carranza
Gabriel S. Galanda and Julio V.A. Carranza The world just witnessed how the Olympic Games instilled an overwhelming sense of national pride in Chinese citizens...
Washington in brief
Oglala Sioux Tribe and South Dakota come together on commercial code It is common knowledge, off-reservation, that the key to economic development is credit...
Native kids’ well-being lags behind other races
WASHINGTON – For several years, the Annie E...
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