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Things About Skins
Reviving a fishing tradition
Sanra Ritten, Today correspondent
S urrounded by precipitous cliffs on the shores of the Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada a Native family on the First Nations Chippewas of Nawash reservation is sustained by fish fro...
Alaska subsistence fisheries
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
T his year’s story of fisheries along Alaska’s Yukon River has a distinct similarity with events last summer when lack of fish led to severe economic distress over the winter...
Eagle Thunder Entertainment releases ‘Old Times’
WASHINGTON – Robby Romero and Stacey Thunder, owners of Eagle Thunder Entertainment , have announced the July release of a new CD featuring the Red Lake Singers, a group of six eld...
Author wants Sports Illustrated to honor Penobscot athletes’ legacy
Gale Courey Toensing
ORONO, Maine – Author and professor Ed Rice is passionate about Penobscot Nation super-athletes and cousins Louis and Andrew Sockalexis...
Robby Romero’s “Native Rock, The Singles” features songs never released outside Indian country
WASHINGTON – Robby Romero and Stacey Thunder, owners of Eagle Thunder Entertainment have announced the May 19 worldwide online CD release of “Native Rock, The Singles.” The new dig...
4th annual Hilo Inter-Tribal Powwow features intertribal Bird Singers
HILO, Hawaii – The 4th annual Hilo Inter-Tribal Powwow will take place May 23 – 25 at Wailoa River Park in Hilo. This free, family-oriented event starts at 9 a.m...
Wisconsin bill requires Indian logo investigations
Todd Richmond, Associated Press Writer
MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin schools may have to drop their American Indian logos or face hundreds of dollars in fines under a bill a Democratic lawmaker has proposed...
Coffeyville Community College hosts prospective Native American students
COFFEYVILLE, Kan. – Coffeyville Community College hosted 36 potential Native American Leadership students and their families at the annual visit day Feb. 11...
Crazy Horse Memorial will be home to Native education programs
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
CRAZY HORSE, S.D...
State budget cuts put Whittier Native American health clinic in jeopardy
Mike Sprague, The Whittier Daily News, Calif.
WHITTIER, Calif. (MCT) – Health insurance is important to Johnny Mollindo of La Habra. He’s diabetic and needs regular blood tests...
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