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Cleveland County commissioners oppose federal road funding proposal
Cleveland County commissioners Monday approved a resolution that opposes a proposal that would cut federal road funding for Oklahoma tribes...
Tribal patients may have been exposed to infections
Lack of adequate sterilization of equipment may have exposed local Native Americans to deadly infections while receiving open wound care from Indian Health Services, the Yuma Sun l...
Cobell stalled in Senate
WASHINGTON – The Cobell settlement continues to be stalled in the Senate, and the last legislative vehicle of the season has left the station without the deal on board...
Trahant: Austerity is our future, begin the discussion and plan for it now?
W hich rally drew more people? One Nation Working Together or Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor ? Left or right? Liberal or Conservative?...
Blood flows at beauty contest
The "Miss Navajo Nation" contest is not about America's next supermodel, or her aspirations to end world hunger. "Miss America doesn't have to butcher a sheep to win...
Wildlife Appear To Be Adapting To Tunnel Crossings
A biologist with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes says wildlife are learning to use special crossings to safely get to the other side of U.S...
History, progress collide: Monitors help tribe save artifacts
The watchers are there as giant earth movers scrape and dig their way through the landscape of U.S. Highway 18 on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation...
Tribe, city at odds over casino
When Arizona's Tohono O'odham Nation bought unincorporated land adjacent to the city of Glendale and announced plans to build a casino and resort on it, the tribe viewed it as fulf...
Lumbees likely to wait again on federal recognition
The Lumbees' best shot at winning federal recognition this year has likely passed, sources in Washington say, but tribal leaders remain hopeful...
Series of puwalus look toward improving fishing
Rebecca Jacobs, Today correspondent
HILO, Hawaii – Throughout the Hawaiian islands fishermen, Native Hawaiians and the public are coming together to share their knowledge of the sea...
Consultations underway on Indian gaming land into trust decisions
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – “Off-reservation” gaming, a hot button Indian land issue that flared into prominence as “reservation shopping” during the Bush administration, is back in the spotlight...
Guilty plea in artifact sale
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A 66-year-old Grand Junction, Colo...
Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference: June 28-July 1
Who: Professionals dedicated to combating pediatric obesity; nearly 2,000 attendees from across the country are expected to attend in 2011...
Roubideaux: IHS reform and the Aberdeen investigation
O n Sept. 28, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held a hearing on the serious management issues within the Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service...
Life sentence remains unchanged
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Even though a non-Indian was found guilty of murder under a statute governing Indian perpetrators, his conviction remains essentially unaffected despite numerous appeals, ...
Seek truth about Cherokee
Letter to the Editor
T he Cherokee Nation does not question anyone’s claim of heritage or ancestry, but merely points out the significant difference between claiming heritage and having citizenship in ...
Dorgan ready to issue IHS subpoenas
WASHINGTON – The chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs has offered his harshest rebuke yet against IHS officials over the way they have responded to a congressional in...
Pesata: Honoring the trust relationship
T he United States government manages more than 56 million acres of land and billions of dollars in other assets belonging to American Indian tribes and individual Indians...
Small Facility Offers Award Winning Performance
The Water Resources division of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe in southwestern Colorado sees wastewater treatment as an investment rather than an expense...
Quileute get $667,131 in federal funds for justice system, other programs
The Quileute tribe was awarded $667,131 in federal funds to improve its justice system and other government programs...
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