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National Center celebrates American Indian business successes
Gale Courey Toensing
TULSA, Okla. – When the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development says, “We mean business for American Indians,” it really does...
Raytheon’s NAPI facility celebrates 20 years
FARMINGTON, N.M. – Raytheon Missile Systems employees at the Navajo Agricultural Products Industry Park in Farmington celebrated their facility’s 20 year anniversary Aug. 26...
American Indian Business Leaders announce new director
Twelve bands formed at signing ceremony
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
COULEE DAM, Wash. – The Colville Tribal Services Corporation and Graham Group (US) Inc...
Remains discovered in Kivalina
The Associated Press
BARROW, Alaska (AP) – Construction workers doing excavation for Kivalina’s new wastewater treatment plant unearthed the skeletal remains of three people believed to be members of a...
Remains found near Perham from Native American
The Associated Press
PERHAM, Minn. (AP) – Authorities say human remains found near Perham appear to be the old remains of a Native American...
Ken L. Edwards, Today columnist
T wo Quills was a happy child who seemed to live in her own world. But it was the only world she knew, for she was not like other children...
Opportunity for high-achieving American Indian students
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
H ave you dreamed of going to a top-ranking university like Stanford or Yale ? You’re in luck, this might be the perfect opportunity for you...
‘Recovery’ funds offer promising start on justice issues
Letter to the Editor
S ome terrible statistics loom over the lives of indigenous women: They are more than twice as likely as non-Native women to be victims of sexual violence and domestic violence, an...
The land of many welcomes
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
1 of 3 in a series I n Alaska, there is always a story being told, always a teaching being offered...
White House opens doors to tribal leaders
WASHINGTON – When several tribal leaders trekked to the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House grounds Aug...
Taliman: Native women entrepreneurs: Good business for Indian country
A s I leave the nonprofit world to return to my own company, I’m inspired by Native women who’ve built successful businesses and created thousands of jobs in Indian country...
Aftershock in Utah
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
SALT LAKE CITY – It’s the start of a new school year at the University of Utah , but at least one American Indian student will not be attending...
Taking the right path
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
DAVENPORT, Okla. – When Whitney Wayland was a student at Davenport Public Schools, she and other Indian kids started a running club...
Catskills gaming initiative topic of discussion
A government contingent led by Seneca Nation President Barry E. Snyder Sr. met with high-ranking federal officials and Sullivan County representatives Aug...
Tribal police departments receive $19.6 million from COPS
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
Food assistance reaches Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Aug...
Station Casinos founder Fertitta dies at 70
Oskar Garcia, Associated Press Writer
LAS VEGAS – Frank Fertitta Jr., the founder of casino operator Station Casinos Inc. who retired when his sons took the company public in 1993, has died. He was 70...
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe welcomes new opportunity
T he pending agreement between Kien Huat Realty III Limited and Empire Resorts is welcome news to the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe...
NIGA and Pawnee Nation College form agreement
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