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Washington state Indian tribes: hunters without borders
The December air would soon be frosted with snow. Deer were headed down from the mountains to get away from the coming cold. Scott Schuyler shouldered his rifle...
Nooksack Tribe member explores multiracial culture
Louie Gong grew up eating American Indian bread for breakfast and Chinese dinners cooked on a camp stove...
New jail, but no staff
Stimulus dollars are going to build a $25 million adult jail on the Rosebud Reservation, but the money for properly operating it isn't guaranteed at this point. Democratic Sen...
Coushatta Tribe hosts annual powwow celebration
KINDER, La. – Hundreds of Native American dancers and singers are expected to gather at the 15th Annual Coushatta Powwow Celebration Oct. 2 – 4 in Kinder...
YOUR VIEW: Casinos would bring jobs, no diploma required
Steve DeCosta's article Sept...
Obama Administration Orders Study on Removing Dams on Snake River to Help Fish
The Obama administration has ordered the U.S...
Investigation into Loleta homicide continues
Investigators have accomplished the difficult task of identifying the skeleton found in Loleta as the missing Stephanie Fowler, but now another complicated task confronts them -- r...
Yavapai Prescott elder to receive 6th Annual Spirit of the Heard Award
PHOENIX – Ted Vaughn, Yavapai, an elder of the Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe and a Prescott resident, has been chosen as the recipient of the 6th Annual Spirit of the Heard Award...
Returning First Nation property
Every fall for the past 20 years, members of Simpcw First Nation (formerly North Thompson Indian Band) have quietly traveled in relays from Tete Jaune Cache to Louis Creek in their...
Heritage Village, Cherokee Indian Village Showcase History of Forsyth County
Once again living history will be the focus of Heritage Village and Indian Village, two of the main attractions at the Cumming Country Fair & Festival...
Blumenthal’s ‘huge and historic’ announcement
Gale Courey Toensing
A vision becomes reality
F or the past several years, tribal and federal probation officer colleagues have discussed the need for a conference specifically for tribal probation officers...
17.0 'Family Reunions'
M y family doesn’t really have reunions. Not pre-planned family reunions, anyway – you know, the kind with hats, T-shirts and what have you...
Letter to the Editor
A s a high school teacher and a collector of oral history for my tribe, I find it troubling that professor Michael Yellow Bird of The University of Kansas would jeopardize the vali...
Kickapoos historic meeting
T he first meeting of the Kickpoo Tribe of Oklahoma, Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas and the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas since 1854 was hosted by the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma in...
Freedmen discussed at Federal Bar Association meeting
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
OKLAHOMA CITY – Cherokee Chief Chad Smith wonders why the push to preserve tribal sovereignty by removing the descendants of freed slaves from his tribe was regarded as immoral at ...
Letter to the Editor
I t seems like someone ought to let the president know that an American Indian man fasted in front of the White House for one week...
Housing bill introduced to assist Native veterans
WASHINGTON – A new bill in Congress aims to help disabled Native American veterans and their families maintain housing assistance...
2nd Circuit to hear Schaghticoke appeal
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – Almost five years to the date after the BIA issued a devastating reversal of the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation’s federal acknowledgment, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals wi...
Health dangers of sewer water snowmaking should be considered
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