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Diabetes-prevention grants have unexpected ‘side effects’
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
D iabetes prevention may have been the focus of multi-year Centers for Disease Control grants, but additional positive changes have flowed from the work done by the tribal funding ...
Act tackles fake Native American art
An amendment in the state Indian Arts and Crafts Sales Act went into effect July 1, furthering efforts to prevent fraud in the Indian art market...
Schneiderman Supports Shinnecock Nation In Attack Made By Connecticut Coalition
Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk) expressed his outrage with the Connecticut Coalition for Gaming Jobs' appeal to block the Shinnecock Indian Nation after thei...
Indian Township bingo games begin
Flowers were arriving, the parking area was being washed down, bingo callers were rehearsing their skills, and the windows were being polished Friday at the Passamaquoddy High Stak...
State takes new look at how much fish is safe to eat
From the shores of Lake Washington to the Duwamish River and other state waters, signs alert locals about toxic fish: Warning: Fish from these waters contain high levels of mercury...
Port Madison Enterprise employees make record donation
SUQUAMISH, Wash. – Port Madison Enterprises employees are celebrating a record donation to the American Cancer Society...
‘Smoke’ signals Red Lake youth
Michael Meuers, Special to Today
J ason “Smoke” Nichols and Stuart “Big S2” Perkins visited the Red Lake Nation Boys and Girls Club June 10 with motivational speeches about the downside of alcohol, drugs and gangs...
New mental health worker program celebrates first graduates
SMITHERS, British Columbia – The inaugural session of the Aboriginal Community Mental Health Worker program at Northwest Community College’s Smithers Campus saw a happy ending for ...
New Mexico Apache tribe wins natural gas appeal
An appellate court in Washington, D.C., has ruled in favor of northern New Mexico's Jicarilla Apache Nation in a dispute over natural gas royalties dating from more than 20 years a...
Indian burial ground found?
Some members of the Sokaogan-Chippewa Tribe believe construction crews have unearthed an Indian princess grave at a housing development in Langlade County...
Challenges to recognition may not cause much delay
It was supposed to be a time for celebration...
Venezuelan history first
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
F or the first time in Venezuelan history, an indigenous newspaper won a National Journalism Award in 2010...
Carcieri movement in House
WASHINGTON – A legislative Carcieri fix has been successfully inserted into the current House Interior appropriations bill with a similar Senate action expected to be attempted soo...
Mann: An extraordinary journey in education
Dr. Henrietta Mann
Editor’s note: Dr. Henrietta Mann, president of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College, was recently honored by Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations in Tulsa, Okla...
Smith: Protecting sources means protecting the public
Kevin Z. Smith
D uring the course of its investigation into the current Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the Associated Press was given information from the then-office of Mineral Management Services th...
Deer: Who is the barbarian here?
T he Iroquois, or the Haudenosaunee as we call ourselves, have been around for many centuries and were a developed federation of nations when the British arrived in North America...
Exit, voice and self-determination in Indian policy
Letter to the Editor
W hen the United States offered full citizenship to American Indians through termination policy in the 1950s, the government was asking tribal members to abandon collective tribal ...
American Indian leader called home
Letter to the Editor
On the morning of July 13 Choctaw tribal leader Gallasneed Weaver was called home. Without question, Mr...
Husband and wife artist team say volunteering gives back
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. – Doug and Rachel Limon are Native American artists. He does bead work and she makes pottery, jewelry, paints and is a photographer...
Grand Canyon Music Festival echoes into 27th season
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
T he Grand Canyon Music Festival will celebrate its 27th season from Aug. 27 – Sept. 12, with weekend and mid-week concerts in Grand Canyon National Park...
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