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Navajos assail environmentalists
The President of the Navajo Nation joined Hopi leaders this week in assailing environmentalists who have sought to block or shut down coal-fired power plants considered vital to th...
Skokomish Lucky Dog Casino closing in Mason Co, WA
The general manager of the Skokomish Tribe's Lucky Dog Casino north of Shelton says it will close for the winter due to the recession...
Ponca Nation gets $10.5 million settlement in environmental lawsuit
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
Law and Order in Indian Country
Law enforcement can get stretched pretty thin in rural America...
WASHINGTON – A football star was recently featured at the Department of the Interior with a plan to help children attending Native American schools get healthy. Myron L...
St. Croix tribe has new hope for Beloit casino
The St. Croix Band of Chippewa Indians is hopeful that the White House will change federal gaming policy, as it relates to off-reservation casinos...
Tribe: City's deal is unfair
If a Coos County Circuit judge agrees with the city of North Bend, The Mill Casino-Hotel soon could be without police and fire protection — and sewage treatment services...
Hopis say conservationists unwelcome on tribal land
The Hopi Nation's Tribal Council sent a message Monday to the Sierra Club and a handful of other environmental groups: Stay off the reservation...
Judge rejects NY, counties' land trust challenges
A federal judge has upheld the U.S. Department of Interior's authority to put more than 13,000 acres of upstate New York land into trust for the Oneida Indian Nation...
Tour new Tulalip tribal building
Employees of the Tulalip tribal government have been working at a new $28 million building since early this month, but they’ll open doors to the public on Saturday for a special gr...
Clinic's patient base continues to grow
Grass Valley's Chapa-De Indian Health Clinic continues to grow at a rate that exceeds what federal officials initially planned to serve, according to the U.S...
Critics force out Indian dioramas at museum
The popular American Indian dioramas at a University of Michigan museum -- frozen in time for the past half-century -- will be packed up and put away...
N. Dakota's 'Fighting Sioux,' fight for survival
Fans of the North Dakota Fighting Sioux will not be watching pucks or game scores Thursday night; instead, they'll be eyeballing the returns in a local Sioux tribe's election...
Town buys land containing ancient Shinnecock fishing village
Land containing an ancient Shinnecock fishing village and burial site was purchased for $4 million by Southampton Town Board last week...
Dear Gov. Schwarzenegger
Letter to the Editor
I write this letter to ask for your support and signature for California Assembly Bill no. 544 (Coto): Teaching Credential: American Indian Languages...
Alaska’s geothermal project could fuel the region’s economic sustainability
AKUTAN, Alaska – A geophysical survey team is using electromagnetic probes in the remote community of Akutan, Alaska to help investigate the potential of the nearby geothermal reso...
Dorgan: ‘Trail of broken promises can end'
WASHINGTON – In a speech at the National Indian Health Board Annual Consumer Conference in Washington, Sen...
Indian group says it will abandon ancestral home
Cain Burdeau, Associated Press Writer
NEW ORLEANS – After 170 years fishing and crabbing in southern Louisiana’s swamps and marshes, a group of American Indians repeatedly flooded by hurricanes says it is intent on mov...
Not all boarding schools bad
Letter to the Editor
R egarding the article “ Thinking Indian at tribal colleges ” by Richard B. Williams [Vol. 29 No...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
WORLEY, Idaho – Rows of tables laden with food filled the Rose Creek Longhouse and approximately 300 people gathered to wish Coeur d’Alene tribal elder Felix Aripa a happy 86th bir...
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