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Shearing Precious Hair for Breast Cancer
4 Students Who Won Scholarships
Canoes Visit for Homecoming Celebration
Radiation Leak Linked to Los Alamos
Radon: The Invisible Killer
'She Fought So Hard to Live'
Miss Indian Rodeo Is a Life-long Cowgirl
Louise Erdrich Bashes Snyder, Team Name
Arise TV Covers Navajo Nation Settlement
Scholarship Recipients at U of M
Building Partnerships at Summit
Dan Snyder Stuck In Past, Sells old Beer
Cali's Attack on Big Lagoon Is Absurd
Alliance Recruiting Language Instructors
Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu
Wit and Wisdom About Wall Street
AIANTA Secures Board of Directors
Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
From Confrontation to Collaboration
USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Thing About Skins
Small California Town Recall - Latest Chapter of Lone Dispute
Tom Daschle; PART TWO
WASHINGTON - In an exclusive interview with Indian Country Today, Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle provided his views on a range of national and Native issues...
Tribal Enrollment is not an Issue for Federal Regulators
Jacob L. Coin
Phil Hogen, chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission, drew the ire of California tribal leaders recently when he suggested the federal regulatory agency have a role in tri...
Tribe's Descendants Give Blessing to House Posts
SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash...
Uniform Commercial Codes - an Inter-Tribal Necessity too?
WASHINGTON - As prospects for inter-tribal business relationships develop, the question arises of whether Uniform Commercial Codes can be dispensed with among tribes, to be replace...
Winding Career Path Leads to M.D.
SPOKANE, WASH. - Dr. Elizabeth TopSky, Chippewa-Cree from Montana's Rocky Boy Reservation, has organized her life to enjoy it to the fullest while also establishing lofty goals...
A Digest of First Nations News from Canada
Robert J. Taylor
METIS LAWYER APPOINTED TO BENCH OTTAWA - Todd Duchame has become the first Metis lawyer appointed as judge in Canada...
Akaka Bill Revisions Draw Hawaiian Ire
PART ONE WASHINGTON - After a year and a half of delicate maneuvers designed to navigate the Akaka Bill through the 108th Congress with a minimum of stormy weather, its sponsors tu...
An Appreciation of Ray Fadden - Tehanetorens
Ray Fadden, relative and elder of several generations of the Mohawk people and legend of the Adirondack Mountains, is settling onto the bosom of the Native nation that he so loved ...
Clatsop-Nehalem involvement in bicentennial disputed
Jean Kirsten Johnson
PORTLAND, Ore. - When the Lewis and Clark expedition arrived on the Lower Columbia 200 years ago, members initially encountered the Chinooks on the north side of the river...
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