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Seneca Nation's investment arm makes telecomm deal
The Seneca Indian Nation's business development arm has made its first major deal since being formed to diversify the tribal economy beyond casinos and smokeshops...
Clinton Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Steal From Tribe by Staging a Fake Armed Robbery
Today, WILLIAM JEFFERY BRADY, 21, from Clinton, Oklahoma, pled guilty to conspiracy to commit theft from the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes ("Tribes") by staging a fake armed robbery,...
Tribes step up fight against drug abuse
After increasing access to substance abuse prevention programs on Montana and Wyoming's reservations the last three years, the Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council has been award...
$16.4 million tribal project brings jobs to the peninsula
T he Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal fish hatchery project is currently under construction and is more than 50 percent complete...
Tribal Law And Order Act’s XI addresses Indian women sexual assault issues
The Tribal Law and Order Act that was signed into law in July has a section that deals specifically with domestic violence and sexual assault...
Latgawa promoter faces array of charges
An alleged racketeering scheme in Colorado involving the controversial Latgawa Indian tribe of Central Point has landed Chief Red Hawk, otherwise known as Richard Lee Davis, in the...
National Guard wants Native recruits
WASHINGTON – Leaders with the U.S. National Guard are making a renewed push to let Native Americans know about opportunities to serve within the reserve military force...
EPA tells town on Wind River Indian Reservation: Don’t drink the water
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Indians getting more political
American Indians, historically slow to engage in non-Indian policy and politics, are becoming politically engaged, voting in greater numbers, observers say...
Native American students to demonstrate on Quad for Columbus Day
When members of Native American Students at Syracuse demonstrate on the Quad Monday, their intention won't be to bash Christopher Columbus, but to tell a part of history often left...
Cancer now No. 2 killer in Indian country
As the American Indian baby-boomers move into retirement age, they show a significant increase in what is fast becoming the No...
Hailstorm leaves Kewa Pueblo in ruin, forces evacuations
More than 100 people on Kewa Pueblo were advised by tribal officials Sunday to evacuate from their homes due to health hazards posed by mold that has developed in some residences f...
Vermont tribes move a step closer to recognition by state
Members of Vermont Indian tribes have renewed hope for state recognition, which some have been seeking for decades and which the Abenaki tribe needs to sell its signature baskets a...
On the Bootleggers’ Trail in Indian Country
Sgt. Kevin Rascher turns his cruiser onto the gravel in South Dakota Indian Country, guns the engine, and races toward an emergency call 20 miles away...
NADC Economic Development and Procurement Conference: May 26-27
What: Native American Development Corporation (NADC) Economic Development and Procurement Conference will provide an opportunity for conference attendees to learn how to form strat...
New England Gaming Summit debuts
Gale Courey Toensing
Anti-uranium Navajo residents petition high court
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – After more than two decades of fighting powerful uranium mining interests, some Navajo Nation members and others are asking the U.S...
NY author chronicles Mohawk Valley's 'bloody' past
For Richard Berleth, New York state's ongoing disputes with Native American tribes are old news - really old news...
SAN BERNARDINO: University to host Pow Wow
Cal State San Bernardino will be the site of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians' annual Pow Wow today through Sunday, as American Indian tribes from throughout North America wi...
Secretary Sebelius Announces New Tribal Advisory Committee: Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee (STAC)
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced the establishment of a new Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee (STAC)...
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