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12/17/08 - Tribe's takeover of park mulled
Fresno County officials decided Tuesday to consider an offer by an Indian tribe to take over Lost Lake Park as one of several long-term options for the park...
12/17/08 - Senecas won’t burn tires on Thruway
Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder accused Gov...
12/17/08 - As Jeremiah Trees, local man shared Indian lore with children
A living legend, Jeremiah Trees, died last week. In everyday life, he was Charles Gearinger of Frederick...
12/17/08 - Move begins to redo gambling pacts in Florida
State lawmakers form a committee to renegotiate a gaming compact with the Seminole Indian tribe, which runs several casinos in Florida...
12/17/08 - Red Hawk Casino opens tonight in El Dorado
After more than a decade of lawsuits, negotiations and planning, the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians will open its Red Hawk Casino at 7 tonight.
12/17/08 - Avista, Tribe reach dam agreement
After about 10 years of negotiations, Avista and the Coeur d'Alene Tribe on Tuesday reached an agreement that will pay the Tribe more than $150 million over the life of the utility...
Briggs: Communication is key
B arack Obama is being called President 2.0 for the likelihood that he will change the way the presidency reaches Americans...
Dance shawls honor domestic violence survivors and celebrate their recovery
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The colorful fringed shawls, adorned or austere, stood draped atop tables, mute testimony to women who have survived domestic violence...
Coming together for sacredness for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Cambria Bizardi, Special to Today
New center provides Maliseet seniors with a place of their own
Gale Courey Toensing
HOULTON, Maine – The elders of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians now have a place to call their own. The tribe opened a new elder center on Dec...
A call to action
National Cancer Institute
T hroughout Indian country, people welcome the change in generations that occurs down through the years...
White Buffalo Calf Woman Society celebrating 31 years
Greg Peterson, Today correspondent
12/16/08 - Tribal school closed because of contaminated water
School is out again for students in the Omaha Nation School District in Macy...
IHS awards $1.7 million grant
PHOENIX – IHS has awarded a $1.7 million, 5-year grant to the ASU College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation to continue the American Indian Students United for Nursing (ASUN) ...
12/16/08 - Get final deal on gambling
Florida should try to get as much income from gambling as possible but expand gambling as little as possible. A year ago, Gov...
12/16/08 - Tribe offers to run Fresno Co. park
Fresno County has a pressing problem. It needs money to keep Lost Lake Park open. Now an Indian casino is riding to the rescue...
12/16/08 - Former tribal leader faces charges
Federal authorities charged former Mashpee Wampanoag tribal chairman Glenn A...
12/16/08 - Paterson signs tax bill
A bill intended to enforce collection of excise taxes on cigarettes sold at Indian-owned stores was signed into law Monday by Gov. David Paterson...
12/16/08 - New federal paperwork could cause district program to lose money
A change in federal guidelines could cause the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District's Alaska Native Education program to lose federal funding.
Healthy holiday tips from the American Cancer Society
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
In this column, Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society talks about how you can take steps toward a healthier New Year. Cahill is Yankton Sioux and lives in Pierre, S.D...
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