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Cobell Payments Have Been Mailed
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Thing About Skins
Navajo tribe could gain more financial control
Utah's Navajo tribe would gain more control over its finances under a bill that's been introduced by U.S. Sen. Bob Bennett...
If the Redskins Care About Honor . . .
In response to widespread disagreement over the meaning of the name Redskins, I have crafted this interpretive totem pole of words, in lieu of a peace pipe, to help guide at least ...
National Indian Days starts Thursday
A ceremony welcoming Yakama tribal members' return to their traditional hunting and food gathering practices Thursday will open the four-day National Indian Days celebration...
Feds delay Montana tribe's recognition request
The Department of Interior has delayed, yet again, its long-stalled decision on whether a landless Montana Indian tribe deserves federal recognition...
Interior delays Little Shell decision again
The Department of Interior has again delayed its long-stalled decision on whether the landless Little Shell Tribe of Montana deserves federal recognition."The only explanation they...
American Indian group to abandon southern La.
After 170 years fishing and crabbing in southern Lousiana's swamps and marshes, a group of American Indians repeatedly flooded by hurricanes says it is intent on moving from its an...
Center for research, study of American Indians to be dedicated Saturday
The new Center for American Indian Research and Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi is an affirmation of the school’s commitment to both quality academics and cultura...
Number of American Indian profs doubles — from one to two
Last year, the University had 2,744 faculty members who were white. One-hundred-twenty were black, and 93 were Hispanic...
Looking to be a healthy solution
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
WALLACEBURG, Ontario – Last year at the 2008 Potawatomi Gathering of Nations , Walpole Island leadership was approached about developing a cost-effective pharmacy business to suppl...
Fellowship focuses on conservation
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
SUITLAND, Md. – For Anne Gunnison, there is a great future in plastics...
Crews save ocean life by cleaning up lost gear
Jeff Chew, Peninsula Daily News
PORT TOWNSEND, Wash...
Redskins litigants press Supreme Court action
WASHINGTON – A group of Native Americans is asking the U.S...
Awarding eagle feathers at graduation ceremony stirs controversy
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Trahant: Taxing the logic of tribal health benefits
T here is near universal agreement: The Indian Health Service needs more money...
Rosebud Sioux Tribe gets $25M jail grant
A $25 million grant has been awarded to the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in south central South Dakota for an adult jail. In a news release today, U.S. Rep...
Women's conference set for Pembroke
Pembroke is expecting hundreds of women this week for the third annual conference of American Indian Women of Proud Nations at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke...
Tule River gathering wows attendees
The sixth annual Tule River Band of Yokut’s All Our Relations Pow Wow brought palpable excitement and a host of out-of-town attendees to the McCarthy Ranch for the weekend...
Tribe pays tribute to Costner
Twenty years after he made "Dances With Wolves" on the plains of South Dakota, Kevin Costner was honored by the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe during a stop at the Royal River Casino...
Barona Tribe Announces UCSD Alum as Recipient of New Sustainable Environment Scholarship
Today the Barona Band of Mission Indians announced that Scott Goodman, a UCSD alum and a graduate student at Cal Poly Pomona, was the recipient of its $2,000 Barona Sustainable Env...
Associate Attorney General Announces More Than $236 Million in Public Safety Funding to Tribal Communities
Associate Attorney General Tom Perrelli announced today that the Department of Justice is awarding more than $236 million in Recovery Act and Fiscal Year 2009 public safety funding...
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