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Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
Native-owned company seeks donations for Crow Creek tipi
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – When Gary E...
Trahant: Resolutions, experiments for a new year
T his New Year I am experimenting, instead of resoluting. (I know, it’s not a real word...
Yes Virginia, Native Americans do pay taxes
It is always something special to start a new column in a new year. Many of us just assume that the New Year will be better than the old year...
Shinnecock casino prospects rekindle Riverhead land speculation
The timing of the Shinnecock Indian Nation’s preliminary approval for federal recognition, and the parallel spike in speculation about where a future Shinnecock-sponsored casino mi...
Posey was missionary to Cherokees
Three old table-top graves sit on a hill on the west side of Posy Road, about a half-mile north of the Highway 34 intersection. One of the headstones honors the memory of the Rev...
San Carlos Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Federal Prison for Murdering Phoenix Man
Mason James Henry, 21, of San Carlos, Arizona, a member of the San Carlos Apache Indian Tribe, was sentenced today to 25 years in federal prison by U.S. District Judge James A...
Contractors eye casino work, jobs
There are plenty of opponents to the $500 million casino proposed by the Tohono O’odham Indian tribe just north of University of Phoenix Stadium, but don’t count revenue-starved co...
Pollution conflict triggers added tribal hearings
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BLACK MESA, Ariz. – Opponents of increased coal mining on this massive site in northern Arizona were encouraged by the disclosure Dec...
IHCIA passes despite GOP abortion controversy
WASHINGTON – Republican abortion-based opposition to the Indian Health Care Improvement Act as part of the nation’s health care reform package couldn’t stop the bill from clearing ...
Second new ferry could be named after Skagit treaty signer
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
COUPEVILLE, Wash. – A state ferry proposed to be completed in summer 2011 could be named for Squi-qui (c...
Sting shows support for Kayapo people
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
T he rock star Sting and Kayapo leader Raoni Metyktire first came together to protest the building of a hydroelectric dam in Brazil in 1989; more than 20 years later they are stagi...
WASHINGTON – Despite years of calls to close the digital divide, Internet access in Indian country is still a fuzzy, crackly mess...
Indian tribes buy back thousands of acres of land
Timberly Ross, Associated Press Writer
OMAHA, Neb. – Native American tribes tired of waiting for the U.S...
Tribute to a compassionate cavalryman underscores memorial events
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Frontier history endures in present-day Native Colorado, where bloodshed on the state’s southeastern plains is something elders today can recall their grandparents telling...
Mohawks raise funds, start on designs for Diabetes Center
undraising efforts are well under way and now the Diabetes Center for Excellence is beginning to take shape. The St...
Legacy: Tule River water rights settlement
Nearly 200 people gathered at River Island Country Club Wednesday evening to help Alec Garfield celebrate his retirement...
Suit seeks to overturn Tongass roadless exemption
Mary Pemberton, Associated Press Writer
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – An Alaska Native village joined in a lawsuit filed Dec. 22 that aims to protect some of the Tongass National Forest’s remaining stands of old growth trees...
State eyes American Indian residential school
Dirk Lammers, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – South Dakota is applying for a federal grant to help it build a residential school designed to improve academic achievement among American Indian students...
Gunman barricaded in SoCal tribal gaming office
Elliot Spagat, Associated Press Writer
LAKESIDE, Calif. – A man who was fired from his job at the Barona Resort and Casino last month burst into the tribal gaming commission’s security office with a gun Dec...
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