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Conference shoots for $1 billion in contracts
PHOENIX – More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the premier American Indian business and economic development event in the country – the 24th Annual Reservation Economic Su...
Blackfeet Tribal Business Council announces largest per capita in decades
BROWNING, Mont. – The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council recently announced that per capitas for 2009 will be $200, the largest in decades...
Aboriginal tourism operators applaud Approved Destination Status
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – British Columbia’s Aboriginal Tourism Association is applauding the awarding of Approved Destination Status to Canada by the Government of China, call...
Importance of partnerships focus of symposium
LAS VEGAS – The National American Indian Housing Council , the only national Indian organization solely advocating on tribal housing, convened its annual Legal Symposium in Las Veg...
Travois new markets to boost economic development on American Indian reservations
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The U.S...
Ancient Miwok harvested salt
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
O ne of the first Native American tribes to move from being hunter-gatherers to traders was the Miwok, and now the evidence of that transition has been found...
‘We have hope’
T here was no pomp and circumstance. No caps were thrown gleefully into the air. There were, however, plenty of smiles, a few high-fives and ample servings of cake...
Grant allows NMSU students to study indigenous cultures in Mexico, Canada
H ow do you know where you are going unless you know who you are and where you have been?...
Wild Horse Pass an economic engine for Gilas
With its new 10-story hotel and casino, plans for an upscale retail outlet center and dreams of a ballpark for spring training, Wild Horse Pass south of Ahwatukee has become the ec...
DiCiccio details land holdings on Gila River tribe land
Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio has a long-term lease to develop 75 acres of Gila River Indian Community land just north of Wild Horse Pass, on the south side of Pecos Road at...
John Tippeconnic named Batschelet Chaired Professor at Penn State
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – John W...
Court Upholds Stricter Indian Protection Laws
California can apply stricter Indian cultural protections than required by federal law, a state appeals court ruled, because federal law only sets minimum standards...
Boarding school legacy: broken families
Victoria Barber, The Tundra Drums
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Some Alaska Natives who died at the boarding school or hospital in Tacoma, Wash., were buried in unmarked graves...
Factions develop over tribal recall election
A dispute over a recall election has led to conflicts at Elem Indian Colony...
Southern Utes elect two to council
Incumbent Jimmy Newton Jr. and newcomer Joycelyn Dutchie have been elected to the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's governing council...
USDA Rural Development grants $941,000 to Red Cloud Indian School
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – Red Cloud Indian School has received $941,000 in federal funds from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development. Elsie M...
New chief stresses communication
One week ago, Dennis Vince Kequom was named chief of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe. He's had a busy first few days...
Comanche language to be saved at Texas Tech
T his fall, a Texas Tech University professor of anthropology will begin the difficult task of collecting the remnants of the near-extinct Comanche language, then creating a way it...
MSU assistant nursing prof. wins $350K grant
The Associated Press
Grand Canyon University partners with Native American basketball tournament
PHOENIX – Going into its 8th year, the Native American Basketball Invitational has become the largest nationally recognized NCAA-certified Native American basketball tournament...
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