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Victor Morales, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – California is vast Indian country with 263,000 Indians, according to Census data...
Sotomayor could make a difference
Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Guest editorial
I ndian Country is celebrating the confirmation of Justice Sonia Sotomayor to the United States Supreme Court – and rightfully so...
Marketing whiz recognized for helping casino’s success
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
B eing chosen for a national award is a tremendous accomplishment, and Chris Province (Cherokee) is thrilled to be one of the inaugural recipients of a 40 Under 40 designation...
Yakama celebrate return of sockeye to Lake Cle Elum
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
LAKE CLE ELUM, Wash. – After being absent for 103 years, 100 sockeye salmon were released into Lake Cle Elum July 7...
Trahant: The debate that drags on and on
H ow long will the health care reform debate drag on?...
New 21 GT Series game table released
Tribes in Peru-Colombia-Ecuador border fear death by oil
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
Guido Sandoval, a leader of the Secoya Tribe in Peru says the few hundred members of his nation have lived quietly for decades in the forests, despite being near a FARC rebels-Colo...
Association gifts more than $100,000 to Native law students
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – The NorthWest Indian Bar Association gave $16,000 in scholarships to several Native law students, bringing the total of scholarship funds awarded to more than $100,000 si...
Time for immigration reform is now
T he White House and members of Congress must move quickly on enacting a just and humane immigration reform package that will reunite families, reinvigorate the economy, and remove...
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