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USDA on discrimination case: Working on it
WASHINGTON – Dozens of tribal leaders in town for a meeting with President Barack Obama took the opportunity to visit the U.S...
Wind farm health and environment
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
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...
Economist de Soto angers Peru Natives, experts with documentary
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
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...
Recognizing that Oklahoma is Native America
This November is Native American month...
Billy Frank Jr.
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...
Forum editorial: Quit stalling on UND Sioux logo
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...
Mono Wind operator drops bid for more slots
Days after winning approval for more slot machines, a Fresno County tribe withdrew its application, according to a state report made public Thursday...
Tribe looks at options to bring water to Saganing Eagles Landing Casino
Bay City soon could be selling water up in Arenac County...
Take back Native communities
Letter to the Editor
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
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...
Rice: Nothing scary in a Carcieri fix
G. William Rice
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...
Festival profiles a man who tweaked the system
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...
Ex-aide: Casinos donated to Riley
A former member of Gov...
YPT moving ahead with pair of housing projects
With $2 million in federal grant money in hand, the Yerington Paiute Tribe is moving briskly forward with a pair of new housing projects...
Mause and Moorehead: Climate change indecision can be costly
Philip Mause and Paul Moorehead
T his year began with congressional and presidential commitments to addressing global warming...
A First Good Year for Navajo's First Casino
During its first year of operation, Fire Rock Navajo Casino saw more than 1.3 million people walk through its doors...
‘On your side’
WASHINGTON – In a sweeping effort to strengthen relations with tribes, President Barack Obama took to the podium of the Sydney R...
Obama ushers in a new era for Indian country
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...
Obama making good on promises
Letter to the Editor
L ooking to end decades of government negligence of Native people, President Barack Obama spoke Nov...
President’s remarks and Q&A at Tribal Nations Conference
Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.
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...
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