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Hopi hotel showcases Arizona tribe’s culture
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
Kakivik: Providing critical assistance
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
I n today’s economically-challenged market, many industries are trimming their capital expenditures by attempting to prolong and optimize the life, capacity, and efficiency of thei...
James Anderson walks the walk
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — It’s 6:30 a.m. James Anderson is already in his office checking e-mail and getting in some quiet time before meeting with his staff...
Law firm aids tribal entrepreneurs
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – The Williams Kastner Law Firm in Seattle has a tribal practice group of three Native attorneys designed to assist tribal members in a variety of areas: Indian law and gam...
Some Indian country energy programs are coming together
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A unified policy on renewable energy, climate change and treasured landscapes protection will be crafted in and for Indian country, a federal official said...
Ponca Tribe opens discount tobacco store in Carter Lake
CARTER LAKE, IOWA – The Ponca Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO) opened its first tobacco outlet in Carter Lake, Iowa Dec. 5...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
“ T is the season to be Jolly.” … Or not?...
California Tribal Business Alliance announces new officers
SACRAMENTO – The California Tribal Business Alliance (CTBA) announced Dec. 7 the election of its 2010 officers...
First Nations looking at energy project opportunities
OJIBWAYS OF GARDEN RIVER FIRST NATION – Anishinabek Nation Chiefs in Assembly passed an important resolution Nov...
Business solution for Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin enterprises
Class members to receive $1.4 billion
Letter to the Editor
The Department of the Interior has reached a negotiated agreement to resolve the Cobell class action lawsuit involving more than 300,000 individual Indians...
Obama administration moves to settle Cobell
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has taken a definitive step to settle a long-running trust mismanagement class action lawsuit involving hundreds of thousands of Native Americ...
Native Hawaiian business group collaborates on office space
KAKAAKO, HI – The Native Hawaiian Organizations Association (NHOA) has opened its headquarters on Queen Street in the Kakaako District...
Educational book about Wampanoag girl inspires all
Donna Laurent Caruso, Today correspondent
NMSU researcher uses science, hedgerows to improve rural livelihoods on two continents
Christina Pheley,Special to Today
If you ask Mick O’Neill how to alleviate poverty in the developing world, he just might tell you to go plant a tree...
Native club promotes census
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Several students from the American Indian Student Alliance stood outside the gymnasium at North Idaho College selling hot chocolate and talking with others a...
Noli Indian School receives $100,000
Rock solid support
BILLINGS, Mont. – As the stones went down, the prayers went up. That was the process Nov...
Freda Diesing School honored for its work
TERRACE, British Columbia – The Terrace & District Chamber of Commerce presented its annual Business Excellence Awards Nov...
American Indian woman receives local hero award
CHICAGO – Dr. Dorene Wiese dedicated the past 40 years of her life to providing educational opportunities to poverty-stricken urban American Indian people in Chicago...
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