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12/05/08 - Sycuan walks away from gambling compact
Blaming a punishing economy, the Sycuan band of El Cajon on Thursday walked away from a multibillion-dollar gambling agreement that it had pursued for years and spent $6 million to...
12/05/08 - U. mascot, policies protested
A couple dozen American Indian students and community members converged on the University of Utah campus Thursday in opposition to current policies they believe are infringing on t...
12/05/08 - Hampshire kids learning about Native Americans
Hampshire Elementary School first-graders know a thing or two about American history...
12/05/08 - Prosecutor alleges fatal neglect of horses
Bob Bedard says he had good intentions in operating a Blackfeet Indian Reservation ranch inhabited by dozens of Spanish mustangs, horses now at the center of a felony animal-cruelt...
1.2 percent Indian representation on Obama’s transition team
WASHINGTON – Six Native Americans have been officially named to President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team...
Honoring the many contributions of the First Americans
U.S. Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND)
T his time of year, all Americans are reminded of the vital role the First Americans played in helping the Pilgrims and other early Europeans survive after they arrived on the Nort...
Kinship commerce: New developments in inter-tribal trade
Debora Juarez and Sharon Haensly
T ribes have engaged in kinship commerce, or inter-tribal trade, since time immemorial...
12/04/08 - County, tribe dicker over casino patrol
The McKinley County Commission is still waiting to talk to officials for the Navajo Nation Gaming Commission...
12/04/08 - Missouri River group wrapping up review
A World War II-era law that authorized the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to operate the Missouri River will undergo review...
12/04/08 - Law school honors first Native American regent
The first Native American appointed to the Arizona Board of Regents said she’s honored to serve on the board, but it comes with a great challenge...
12/04/08 - Wampanoag push forward on casino plan
A faltering economy and a Beacon Hill political stalemate may have quieted the hoopla over casinos in Massachusetts for now, but the Mashpee Wampanoag are marching forward in their...
12/04/08 - Kent officials tell tribe to go to court
A group of Schaghticoke Indians has appealed to state and local officials to prevent a non-member of their tribe from "desecrating our land" in Kent...
12/04/08 - Cut Bank officials listen to Blackfeet concerns about racism
Members of the Blackfeet Tribe detailed incidents of alleged racial discrimination to three Cut Bank city officials at a public meeting here Wednesday night...
12/04/08 - Cayugas go to court to sell cigarettes
A state judge reserved decision Wednesday on whether to allow the Cayuga Indian Nation to resume selling tax-free cigarettes at its two Upstate New York convenience stores...
12/04/08 - Fire Rock takes in $1.2 million on first day
Here it was 2 p.m. on a normal Tuesday on the reservation and Fire Rock Casino was still buzzing with customers...
12/03/08 - Why not a Ute statue at state Capitol?
A bronze Massachusetts Indian chief makes his return to the Utah Capitol sometime this month or next...
12/03/08 - Jurrius files suit against Ute Tribe
12/03/08 - Mount Pleasant invites people to tour its new city hall
Leaders here will dedicate the new city hall in the Historic Borden Building, 320 W. Broadway, at 4:30 p.m. Friday Dec. 5. The public may attend the ceremony and an 8 p.m...
12/03/08 - Donation To Help SD Reservations
Nearly a month after the first severe storm of the season knocked out power to thousands of South Dakotans for weeks, relief efforts are still making their way to the state...
12/03/08 - Council approves settlement ending land-trust dispute
With a single vote Tuesday night, the Shakopee City Council ended a more than 13-year saga over the local tribal land-trust issue...
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