ALL ARTICLES

Rob Capriccioso
11/6/09
WASHINGTON – Dozens of tribal leaders in town for a meeting with President Barack Obama took the opportunity to visit the U.S...
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
11/6/09
H eadaches, dizziness, sleep disturbances, nausea, irritability, rapid heart rate, problems with concentration and memory, ringing in the ears; it may be “Wind Turbine Syndrome.” I...
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
11/6/09
H ernando de Soto, a renowned Peruvian economist, has upset Natives as well as the foremost local experts on Peruvian Natives and Amazon issues with a documentary critics see as an...
11/6/09
This November is Native American month...
Billy Frank Jr.
11/6/09
I f you caught a fish this fall, chances are you have a salmon hatchery to thank. Salmon hatcheries provide most of the salmon for harvest in western Washington...
11/6/09
North Dakota State Board of Higher Education and University System officials don’t seem to be getting the message: North Dakota’s American Indian Sioux tribes don’t have the Univer...
11/6/09
Days after winning approval for more slot machines, a Fresno County tribe withdrew its application, according to a state report made public Thursday...
11/6/09
Bay City soon could be selling water up in Arenac County...
Letter to the Editor
11/6/09
I was riding around in a truck with a prominent former tribal council member in Fort Yukon, Alaska when he said, “The number one problem with Native people is they’re too forgiving...
Letter to the Editor
11/6/09
M y name is Avery Black Bear and I am seeking justice concerning my employment issue. I was terminated from Rosebud Law Enforcement Services Aug. 6, 2008...
G. William Rice
11/6/09
R ecent newspaper reports suggest that there is concern in Rhode Island, and perhaps elsewhere, that a Carcieri fix to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 will allow tribes to ac...
11/6/09
The way Chippewa Indian artist, writer, and activist Adam Fortunate Eagle Nordwall tells it, he should have been dead at age 8 when his appendix burst...
11/6/09
A former member of Gov...
11/6/09
With $2 million in federal grant money in hand, the Yerington Paiute Tribe is moving briskly forward with a pair of new housing projects...
Philip Mause and Paul Moorehead
11/6/09
T his year began with congressional and presidential commitments to addressing global warming...
11/6/09
During its first year of operation, Fire Rock Navajo Casino saw more than 1.3 million people walk through its doors...
Rob Capriccioso
11/5/09
WASHINGTON – In a sweeping effort to strengthen relations with tribes, President Barack Obama took to the podium of the Sydney R...
Rob Capriccioso
11/5/09
WASHINGTON – Fulfilling a pledge to forge a strong and lasting partnership with tribal nations, the leader of the free world took some time out of his schedule to address a plethor...
Letter to the Editor
11/5/09
L ooking to end decades of government negligence of Native people, President Barack Obama spoke Nov...
Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.
11/5/09
T he president: Thank you. Please, everybody have a seat. Thank you to Jefferson Keel, thanks for the wonderful introduction; to Clarence Jackson for the invocation...

Pages