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South Dakota adds acres to USDA’s wetlands reserve program
HURON, S.D. – South Dakota has enrolled 8,218 new acres in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) during the last four years...
Tamástslikt commemorates Heritage Month with special activities, events
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
PENDLETON, Ore. – The Tamástslikt Cultural Institute celebrated American Indian Heritage Month throughout the month of November with special activities, films and workshops...
Congressional action on housing bill follows freedmen forum
WASHINGTON – The Congressional Black Caucus denied Cherokee Nation participation in a forum on the freedmen Sept. 26, but Congress singled them out in a housing bill Sept. 27...
450-plus Indian casino jobs slashed
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. – More than 450 Indian casino employees have been laid off here as a result of the economic and gaming industry downturn, casino officials said...
After a record-breaking race, voters today will cast their ballots for the 44th president of the United States...
President-elect Obama receives mixed feelings from Canada
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
TORONTO – For Canadian indigenous people, the reaction to Barack Obama’s election to the United States presidency has run a gamut from euphoria to cynicism...
Apsaalooke' Nation Housing Authority- Audit Services- 9/16/08
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR AUDIT SERVICES September 4, 2008 The Apsaalooke' Nation Housing Authority (ANHA) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms and individuals for the prov...
BIA school progress under the microscope
WASHINGTON – A recent report by the U.S...
White Earth Band is writing a new criminal code
WHITE EARTH, Minn. (AP) – Tribal leaders of the White Earth Band of Chippewa are writing a new criminal code to replace state law for members of the band...
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