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Sacred Burial Island as Mansion Site
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CU Won’t Be Using Arapaho Spellings
Muscogee Nation Opens WIC Building
Rescued Golden Eagle Will Recover Fully
Sign Languages: Part of Tribal Culture
Door Still Open for Fed Rec Comments
‘They Just Want Another Person Dead’
The Big Picture Beyond 'Redskins'
Aboriginal Fisherman Donates 500 Salmon
Labor Day Pow Wow Weekend Planner
More Briny Wastewater Spills in ND
Oglala Lakota College Mourns Loss
Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home For Hair
Cultural Appropriation From Down Under
Thing About Skins
Dune Lankard – Hero of the Planet
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Dune Lankard is an Athabaskan Eyak of the Eagle Clan who resides in Cordova when he isn’t traveling around the world to share the remarkable story of his wor...
Dawn of a new union
WASHINGTON – Native Americans now have a further vested interest in construction careers when a group of union leaders joined tribal leaders on Capitol Hill to kick off a Native Co...
Gila River Indian Community to get $36m in stimulus funds
WASHINGTON – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced recently that the Bureau of Reclamation is providing $36.2 million to the Gila River Indian Community under the America...
Native voice, native vision: Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians honor ancestral roots with name change
BROOKS, Calif. – The Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians have legally changed its name to Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation ...
Trimble: Eating my words
Charles E. Trimble
S ometimes we journalists take ourselves too seriously. We are widely published and read by many people. We are recognized, sometimes with big awards...
Shakopee Mdewakanton Raise 386-foot-tall Turbine
A wind turbine as tall as a 38-story building is now standing on Shakopee Mdewakanton (med-WAH'-kuh-tuhn) Sioux Community land in Shakopee...
Senate OKs $70 million for state's defense projects
Eagle killing case belongs in tribal court
The federal government's four-year effort to prosecute an Ethete man, Winslow Friday, for killing a bald eagle for use in his Northern Arapaho tribe's religious Sun Dance ceremony ...
CHEROKEE CHAT — Health care reform impacts Indian Country
If US health care reform becomes a reality, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) has issued a brief outlining the issues facing Indian Country...
National Congress of American Indians' conference comes to Palm Springs
The National Congress of American Indians, the oldest and largest organization representing tribal governments, will formally launch its 2010 Census Campaign, "Indian Country Count...
Councilman wants alternative for freeway
It may be too little too late, or it could be the perfect win-win-win, either way, Councilman Sal DiCiccio thinks that Arizona should make a good faith offer to the Gila River Indi...
CMC Commissioners Decide to Petition for Re-hearing on YST Reservation Status
By Monica Wepking, Editor Charles Mix County (CMC) Commissioners met with attorneys and post 1948 (allotment to fee patents) landowners on Thursday, October 1, 2009 in the CMC Coun...
Coquille Tribe looks to move legal proceedings to higher court
The continuing legal face-off between the City of North Bend and the Coquille Indian Tribe and their Coquille Economic Development Corporation has taken another turn...
More slots OK'd for Fresno Co. tribe
A Fresno County tribe this week won approval from the state to more than quadruple the number of slot machines it operates...
Chief praises city for restoring monument dedicated to ancestor
The city of Newark was praised during a Tuesday ceremony for restoring a monument containing ancient American Indian remains...
Arizona tribe sues Mashantuckets for millions over medical claims
An Arizona Indian tribe is suing the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation in tribal court, alleging the Mashantuckets' Pequot Plus Health Benefit Services mishandled the White Mountai...
Rogers graduate will enter the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame
A Rogers High School graduate who became the nation's first American Indian female dentist will enter the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame this month. Jessica A...
Tribe halts expansion plan at Cache Creek casino
Citing the economic downturn, the tribe that owns the Cache Creek Casino Resort in the Capay Valley said Tuesday it had pulled its plans for a massive expansion...
Columbus Day conflict may move to cyberspace
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – For the first time a city agency has taken an open, if cautious, position against the existing celebration of Columbus Day, which traditionally triggers street protests ne...
IHS prepared for H1N1
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
T he vaccine for the 2009 H1N1 influenza A (swine flu) virus arrived at IHS clinics and facilities Oct. 7. The seasonal flu vaccine was already at the clinics...
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