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Tracey Fischer, Guest columnist
10/2/09
A report recently released by the Corporation for Enterprise Development , a national nonprofit that looks at the wealth, poverty and financial security of families in the United S...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
10/2/09
I n these tough economic times it’s important to consider ways we can cut back on expenses. Businesses and tribal organizations are feeling the economic crunch...
The Associated Press
10/2/09
VERONA, N.Y. (AP) – A federal judge has upheld the U.S...
Steven Newcomb
10/2/09
A lpheus Snow, in his book “ The Administration of Dependencies ,” examined “the Evolution of the Federal Empire” of the United States, “with Special Reference to Colonial Problems...
Staff reports
10/2/09
O ctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month , and for the first time in history, the American Cancer Society is lighting up the State Capitol pink in South Dakota to promote...
Letter to the Editor
10/2/09
I loved the “Storyteller” section of the Sept. 9 [Vol. 29 Iss. 14] issue...
Letter to the Editor
10/2/09
I ndigenous peoples are supposed to be at the center of all climate change debates...
Letter to the Editor
10/2/09
W hat do the ancestors and elders say about how Indian people should understand and engage the U.S. citizens that surround our communities?...
The Associated Press
10/2/09
MEDFORD, Ore...
Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press Writer
10/2/09
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The U.S...
10/1/09
A lead attorney for the Stillaguamish Tribe said Wednesday that tribal leaders have spent the past year searching records and conducting interviews in response to two federal grand...
10/1/09
A controversial project to raise a portion of Tamiami Trail in the Everglades is expected to begin in about four weeks, despite a lawsuit seeking to stop it. The U.S...
10/1/09
A jawbone found by a beachcomber at the mouth of the San Bernard River in August likely is that of an American Indian or another civilization, officials said...
10/1/09
American Indian activists and others demonstrated at the University of North Dakota on Wednesday as they sought to ratchet up pressure on the state Board of Education to keep its d...
10/1/09
In a major boost for California’s dwindling salmon stocks, a utility company has agreed to the removal of four hydroelectric dams that for decades have blocked fish migrations on o...
10/1/09
The President of the Navajo Nation joined Hopi leaders this week in assailing environmentalists who have sought to block or shut down coal-fired power plants considered vital to th...
10/1/09
The general manager of the Skokomish Tribe's Lucky Dog Casino north of Shelton says it will close for the winter due to the recession...
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
10/1/09
ANADARKO, Okla...
Rob Capriccioso
10/1/09
WASHINGTON – A football star was recently featured at the Department of the Interior with a plan to help children attending Native American schools get healthy. Myron L...
10/1/09
Law enforcement can get stretched pretty thin in rural America...

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