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Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the US
NOAA Gives $400K for Penobscot River
Brown Bear Hunt Banned in Kenai Refuge
NYT Showcases Tribal Species Stewardship
Haskell to Hold Inauguration for Pres.
Paiute Tribe Approached by Snyder's OAF
Not News: Redskin Fans Support Name
Forgotten Indian Cemetery Found
Reforming the Racism Cycle
Vanderbilt University to Host First Poww
Homeless Murderers to Be Tried as Adults
Immersion: Teaching the Whole Child
Legal Pot: Mess of Trouble for Tribes
Treaty Council’s 40th Conference
The Week That Was
Youth Project Provides School Supplies
Rez Pup Sunday 8-10-14
N. Scott Momaday at the Heard Museum
Elvis: Never Met Him, Yet He Saved Me
Mayans Win Against Guatemalan Gov.
Thing About Skins
Vary images of Native peoples
Letter to the Editor
A s an artist, I have always appreciated Marty Two Bulls’ cartoons. Art, as well as humor, are just a few of Creator’s many gifts...
Caddo citizen becomes first Native chair of Oklahoma Democratic Party
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
OKLAHOMA CITY – A look around new Oklahoma Democratic Party Chair Todd Goodman’s office reveals many influences and interests...
Teammates become competitors at Native all-star game
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PULLMAN, Wash. – Martin Stadium on the Washington State University campus was the site of the 2009 Native All-Star Football Game ...
12.0: Saga of the unshaven armpit – skins and feminists
I went to a bunch of colleges in my time. My friends said that I was on the “Indian Plan.” It wasn’t only a lot of schools, but there was also a wide variety of schools...
Trahant: It’s a great job (except for the benefits)
By Mark Trahant
I ’m reading a job announcement for a great gig. It pays $15 an hour. Flexible hours...
Tiger tees it up at Atunyote today
The world’s greatest golfer will play at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino’s Atunyote Golf Club today...
Getting into the college game
Oglala Lakota College has an athletic program and they’re looking for student-athletes who want to play...
Casino won't let county inspect eateries
FireKeepers Casino authorities declined to let county health officials inspect its five restaurants, thus barring public scrutiny of its food safety record...
Sour economy taking chunk out of gambling revenues
Cheryl Silha isn't quite the gambler she used to be...
Q&A with Indian Health Service director Yvette Roubideaux
Yvette Roubideaux became director of the Indian Health Service in May, inheriting an agency that has been chronically underfunded and is responsible for a population that suffers h...
DOI turns to tribes for advice on ruling
Dozens of Native American tribal leaders have urged federal officials to rectify the Supreme Court’s decision in Carcieri v...
Millican Valley pictograph site listed nationally
An American Indian spiritual site in the Millican Valley has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and archeologists and others hope the recognition will cut dow...
Shellfish growers, tribes squable again over exempt land
A landmark deal struck between Puget Sound Indian tribes and commercial growers two years ago was meant to end years of rancor over shellfish harvesting rights...
Tots and Teens receive free shots
Keeping up with your child's required shots and immunizations can be expensive, especially for folks without health insurance...
Sen. Gillibrand visits Seneca-Iroquois National Museum
SALAMANCA, N.Y. – Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., visited the Seneca Nation Aug. 17 while on vacation with her two young children. Seneca Nation President Barry Snyder Sr...
Kumeyaay work to restore ‘broken vase’
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
TECATE, Mexico – When Kumeyaay people living on the Mexican side of the Diegueño Nation were – for the first time – denied entry into the United States by border officials, they re...
Letter to the Editor
B y my own research and reasoning, I can show why Amnesty International and many others deem Leonard Peltier a political prisoner: First, two of his peers in a previous trial who w...
Newcomb: Buffalo deeds and semantic trickery
I n an article published in “ The Journal of Libertarian Studies ” in 1983, Carl Watner examined the subject of American Indian land rights...
45-year-old Sisseton Wahpeton Dartmouth freshman hopes to inspire
Gale Courey Toensing
HANOVER, N.H. – Attending a highly competitive Ivy League college might be a challenge for anyone else, but for 45-year-old Don Rains it’s more like a reward...
Education, traditions key to healing wounds of federal recognition process
Donna Laurent Caruso, Today correspondent
WEBSTER, Mass. – On Sept. 5, the Nipmuc people of Massachusetts will hold a day-long educational and traditional event for tribal members, friends and the public...
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