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Apache Jii (Day) celebration in Globe Oct. 17
For more than a quarter of a century now, members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe have shared their culture during the Apache Jii (Day) celebration in downtown Globe...
University recognizes “Indigenous Peoples Day”
Columbus Day signifies American culture for some people, but for Jean Dennison, it reminds her of the struggle for Native American freedom...
New Leader Of Mohegan Tribe Facing Many Challenges
There certainly have been better moments in recent history for Lynn Malerba to take over as the first female tribal chairwoman of the Mohegan tribe...
South Florida horse and dog tracks get green light for virtual blackjack
Blackjack is coming to South Florida horse and dog tracks this year. Well, kind of...
19.0: Resolution: Fear of flying
PROBLEM I think there’s a human tendency to be more scared of success than failure...
Gunn: When myth and justice collide
Steven J. Gunn
O n Oct. 7, the United States Senate passed the Native American Apology Resolution...
Trahant: A spirited consensus about health care reform
A re we in the final days of the health care reform debate?...
PBS Documentary on national parks began Sept. 27
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
P BS debuted its documentary series “ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea ,” Sept. 27...
CRYP loses major funding source; needs help through winter
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
A conversation with Native musician Michael Bucher
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
C herokee musician Michael Bucher is gaining considerable ground as a Native artist...
Should we even have a Columbus Day?
Training center for parents of children with disabilities receives federal grant
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
A private, nonprofit Florida organization has received a grant to provide training nationwide to American Indian parents whose children have disabilities...
'We deserve to win': Indian tribe wants money - but no casino
Ann Tucker laughs when she says her double-wide trailer in this rural area of north Walton County puts her in the upper-middle class...
‘Mustang: The Saga of the Wild Horse in the American West,’ by Deanne Stillman
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
T he history of the horse in the Americas goes back millions of years before humans of any color inhabited the earth...
Story of grizzly fighter highlights local festivity
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday at the Nevada County Land Trust preserve for the Tsi-Akim Maidu Tribe, kicking off the celebration for Indigenous Peoples Day today...
Alaska: Rich in resources, poor in educational success
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
C hallenges of education are arguably unique in Alaska...
Hands extend for broadband aid Stimulus requests exceed funds for widening access
The federal government will soon start handing out the first $4 billion from a pot of stimulus funds intended to spread high-speed Internet connections to more rural communities, p...
Wisconsin's Last Greyhound Track May Close
Wisconsin's only dog-racing track may close for good after this season...
Duluth architects build with Indians clients
Duluth architectural firm is betting on the future of its business with American Indian tribes...
Police arrest man in "River Rat" robberies case
Police have arrested a man they believe to be the "River Rat Bandit," sought in a string of at least 18 robberies in Washington and Oregon...
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