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Eagle feather laws could change dramatically, depending on appeal
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The time-honored and exclusive right of American Indians to use eagle feathers for religious purposes has been challenged by a Utah judge whose findings will be appealed i...
A ‘striking’ new development
SAN DIEGO – Viejas recently announced plans for a boutique bowling center – Viejas Bowl – at the Viejas Outlet Center across from Viejas Casino ...
Billy Frank Jr.
T he treaty tribes of the Pacific Northwest were honored recently to host Larry EchoHawk on his first official visit as the assistant secretary for Indian Affairs...
Cherokee capitalizing on its culture: Tribal council seeks more retail opportunities
Carly Harrington, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.
CHEROKEE, N.C. (MCT) – Over the last decade, this sovereign nation on the southern end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been undergoing an economic transformation...
Trahant: Indian country and health care reform
W ill “poor old grandma” redefine this debate? You hear a lot about grandma now that Congress is back to work on health care reform legislation...
Museum of Contemporary Native Arts welcomes new curator
SANTA FE, N.M. – Ryan Rice (Mohawk) of Kahnawake, Quebec began as curator of exhibitions and programs at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Sept. 1...
Gun Lake sets casino groundbreaking ceremony
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Tribal tourism efforts pay off
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
N ative Americans need to capture a larger segment of the “Go, See, Do” tourist market...
Comanche National Museum to get OMA Award
LAWTON, Okla. – The Oklahoma Museums Association recently announced that the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center is a recipient of a 2009 OMA Award...
AIANTA – national leader in tribal tourism – announces executive change
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Executive Director Janice Skenandore-Hirth stepped down from her position at the end of July...
Marina Gateway debuts
EL CAJON, Calif...
College Profile: University of Tulsa Native American Law Center
The University of Tulsa’s College of Law is one of the top law schools in the country...
Tribes dissatisfied with Obama’s border policy
WASHINGTON – The George W. Bush administration wasn’t exactly known for its care and concern on border issues affecting tribes...
Conservation’s ‘new breed of refugee’ is all too familiar to Indian country
P atches of white ash on parched earth are the latest markers of the Tanzanian government’s efforts to evict indigenous Maasai cattle herders from their settlements in the name of ...
‘Conservation Refugees: The Hundred-Year Conflict Between Global Conservation and Native People,’ by Mark Dowie
Jerry Reynolds, Today correspondent
C onservation Refugees” should be required reading for any course of study that even touches on the environment and conservation...
Legends Casino facing hefty fine
The Yakama Nation Legends Casino could be fined for handing out more than $20 million in casino profits to tribal members without federal approval...
‘A cultural opportunity’
Letter to the Editor
A n opportunity has presented itself for a Native American spiritual and educational center for the eastern United States. On a peaceful hillside in southern Pennsylvania on Nov...
Indian cattle association uses modern tools to raise animals
Sedillo Cattle Association president and Laguna Pueblo tribal member John Romero stands outside his truck while speaking to attendees during a tour held by the New Mexico Society f...
Calling all Karankawas: Man claims to be descendent of native tribe
He sat in the McDonald’s booth, a restless energy that toys with his calm demeanor...
Decision on Peltier parole likely in mid-August
The U.S. Parole Commission is expected to make a decision on the imprisoned American Indian Movement (AIM) activist Leonard Peltier within three weeks...
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