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Indian Nations Speech Ignored Reality
Cladoosby: ‘We Must Tear Down Barriers’
Measuring the World the Yup’ik Way
Lyle Thompson Selected No. 1 Draft Pick
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Christian Land, Governed by Christians
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Thing About Skins
Law clerk program thriving
Bluehouse joins Udall Foundation’s US Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution
M ilton Bluehouse Jr., an intergovernmental relations specialist on tribal environmental issues and member of the Navajo Nation, is joining the Udall Foundation’s U.S...
Governor backs construction of freeway on tribal land
Gov. Jan Brewer has joined the lineup of officials who want the planned South Mountain Freeway portion of Loop 202 built on the Gila River Indian Community...
Johnson welcomes Gayville Native to Washington
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tim Johnson, D-S.D., recently welcomed Sonia Hernandez of Gayville, S.D., to his Washington, D.C. office...
County seeks to intervene in Wappos' bid for tribal land
Sonoma County is trying to intervene in the case of an Alexander Valley Indian tribe suing the federal government to restore its tribal land...
Oneida tribe wants to be counted
A Wisconsin Indian Tribe says it was seriously under-counted in the last U.S. Census, ten years ago...
‘Indian country’ – more than just geography
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Congress has plenary power over Indian tribes, and land extinguished as Indian country by Congress “cannot be resurrected as Indian country in the absence of congressional...
Scottsdale architect accuses Navajo speaker of ethics violations
A Chandler, Ariz., architect has filed a complaint against two top Navajo officials alleging they ,as well as the Navajo Nation Ethics and Rules Office, engaged in a coverup of an ...
Red Lake forum: DFL candidates pledge to honor treaties, create partnerships
Four Democratic candidates for Minnesota governor said here Saturday they’d honor treaty obligations with American Indian nations and oppose a state-run casino...
Yakamas pin higher hopes on higher education
Getting help at home with school work was something Samantha Olney learned to do without...
Crow Canyon names new president and CEO
CORTEZ, Colo. – The Board of Trustees of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, Colo., recently announced the selection of Dr. Deborah J...
Salmon populations continue to decline
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
Tribe should approve off-reservation casino
There are a few misconceptions being promoted in the community by the anti-Sullivan County casino group (the vote no group). One is that the St...
Sequoyah student earns chair in honor band
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Sequoyah Schools’ sophomore Christie Tiger recently auditioned and earned a chair in an honor band. Tiger is the first Sequoyah student to earn this honor...
Workshops focus on benefits of growing oilseed crops in Southern High Plains
CLOVIS, N.M. – Farmers are seeing more and more benefits of growing oilseed crops, from the plants’ health benefits to their potential as biofuel...
Yurok Tribe gets $1 million for Early Head Start
President nominates two more tribal citizens
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has announced his intent to nominate two more tribal citizens to posts within his administration...
Native American watches SOTU with first lady
The White House announced that Deborah Powell, a housing development specialist with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma , watched the State of the Union address with First Lady Michell...
Indians to receive $15 million in Labor grants
According to a press release from the Department of Labor , American Indians are set to benefit from more than $15 million in Pathways Out of Poverty training grants...
EPA awards Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P...
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