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How Did I Miss That? Miley Does Brando
CU Won’t Be Using Arapaho Spellings
Muscogee Nation Opens WIC Building
Rescued Golden Eagle Will Recover Fully
Door Still Open for Fed Rec Comments
Sign Languages: Part of Tribal Culture
‘They Just Want Another Person Dead’
The Big Picture Beyond 'Redskins'
Aboriginal Fisherman Donates 500 Salmon
Labor Day Pow Wow Weekend Planner
More Briny Wastewater Spills in ND
Oglala Lakota College Mourns Loss
Navajo Kindergartner Sent Home For Hair
Cultural Appropriation From Down Under
Officer Caught Tazing Man Is Indicted
Chickasaw Nation to Host Native Voices E
Protecting a High-Ranking Pedophile?
UN, World Bank Warn of Famine, Climate
How Palin and Ditka Silence Natives
Thing About Skins
Grand Forks family copes with death, recovery
The Associated Press
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – Genia Wilkie was in the hospital recovering from a seizure when a 14-year-old boy was brought into the room next to hers. It was her son...
Groups discuss food security for the 21st century and beyond
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Quick facts and freebies from the American Cancer Society
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
I n this column, Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society lists free resources available from ACS to help you stay well and reduce your cancer risk...
Fountain Hills woman pleads guilty in thefts case
A Fountain Hills woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $87,000 from the Salt River-Maricopa Indian Community and about $24,000 from an elderly client of the another tribe'...
Yuma groups get arts funds
Financially it's a prettier picture on Yuma's art scene after $35,540 in grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts...
UPDATE: Courts asking for portion of casino profits
Federal bankruptcy court attorneys plan to ask for a portion of proceeds of a proposed Indian casino to be available to reimburse creditors of bankrupt North County developer Kelly...
Native languages find a pal in software
For years, Ernest Siva, a Morongo tribal member who runs a Southern California Native American educational and cultural center with his wife in Banning, has been working to preserv...
Mankiller named fellow at university
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) – Former Cherokee chief Wilma Mankiller has been named Northeastern State University’s first Sequoyah Institute Fellow...
Southeastern tribes share traditions
CHEROKEE, N.C. – The Indian Removal Act of 1830 required that all American Indian tribes be removed from the southeast...
A nnie Dorothy (Mad Plume) Wall, 95, of Browning, Mont. died of natural causes Aug. 2 at the Kalispell Regional Medical Center. Annie was born on Big Badger Creek March 10, 1914...
A lvino Siva, 86, passed away at his home in Banning June 26. He was born in Palm Springs, Calif. March 1, 1923...
Umatilla Indian stabbed to death in Pendleton
A member of the Umatilla Indian tribe was stabbed and killed last night in Pendleton...
For tribe, benefits of casino to take time
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi and its Pine Creek Reservation have been quickly growing back from poverty for 14 years, but on someone else's dime...
State, tribe amend FireKeepers gaming compact
The American Indian tribe that owns the FireKeepers Casino near Battle Creek has agreed to an amended gambling compact with the state of Michigan. Gov...
EchoHawk offers new direction for tribal/government relations
The treaty tribes of the Pacific Northwest were honored recently to host Larry EchoHawk on his first official visit as the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs...
National Indian Gaming Commission chairman at UND
The chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission is at the University of North Dakota this week...
15.0: Homer Simpson speaks on firewater
H omer Simpson is my hero. Well, “hero” might be a bit much – but let’s just say that there are certain things that I admire about Homer. Bald-headed or not, I can relate to him...
Powwow patrons feel the beat
Native Americans of various tribes exhibited their culture with drum beats and dance steps on Saturday at the University’s annual Powwow hosted by the Longhorn American Indian Coun...
Discussion of UND nickname not on board’s agenda
The state Board of Higher Education will meet next week at the University of North Dakota, but no discussion of the Fighting Sioux nickname is planned...
Indian Tribe to Develop Enhanced Border-Crossing ID
As officials at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) prepare to brief Congress on border security matters this week, the department has struck an agreement with the Seneca Nat...
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