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Repeal the Iron Mining Law
Answer to Expanding Oral Health
Standing Up to Diabetes on St. Regis Rez
9 More Standout Indigenous Women Leaders
Tribal College Honoree of the Year Named
Casting Doubt on Bering Strait Theory
Fancy Footwork Required at Wa:k Pow Wow
Redsk*n Jarheads Go Political
Poachers Destroy Iconic Redwoods
Ahyakak Wins 'Ultimate Survival Alaska'
New York Times Gives Front-Page Love
Fatter Wallets = Skinnier Kids
18 Months Later: Still No Answers
Wolves Transform Yellowstone's Rivers
Redskins Tour’s Latest Endorsement
Dylan Jenét, Presented by Stevie Wonder
NCAI Celebrates Passage of VAWA
Pine Ridge: Building an Artists' Economy
Senate Candidate Visits Pine Ridge
‘Mayor’ Wants to Make His Term Count
Thing About Skins
Feds reaffirm Seneca casino
Gale Courey Toensing
SENECA NATION, CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY – The Seneca Nation won a crucial victory in its long-fought battle to keep operating its casino in downtown Buffalo, and expand it...
5 indicted for American Indian artifact looting
Carson Walker, Associated Press
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
A Colorado sacred site remains in limbo
Caroy Berry, Today correspondent
Scholars find ancient canals at water park site
MESA, Ariz. (AP) ?...
Native Public Media launches new project
Three Affiliated Tribes participate in inaugural events
WASHINGTON – Members of the Three Affiliated Tribes attended the American Indian inaugural activities which took place for the 44th United States President Barack Obama...
02/03/09 - Oneida Nation vets march in inaugural parade
The sun had set and the crowd had thinned along Pennsylvania Avenue by the time the five-member Oneida Nation Veterans Marching Unit appeared...
02/03/09 - County seeks Indian gaming grant applicants
A state-required windfall of Indian gaming money is available in Tulare County to offset the affects of gaming operations at Eagle Mountain Casino...
02/03/09 - 5 indicted for American Indian artifact looting
The pottery, stone knives, arm bands and other American Indian items sitting in a vendor’s booth or posted online look innocent enough, but the centuries-old artifacts taken from S...
02/03/09 -Cigarette Tax-Senecas - NY Senecas confident cigarette biz will continue
Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder says he’s encouraged by a letter from New York Gov. David Paterson expressing a willingness to talk about the issue of cigarette taxes.
02/03/09 - Tribe: Casino Deal Would Create 45,000 Fla. Jobs
The operator of the Seminole Tribe's Hard Rock hotels and casinos told a House committee Monday that the state can immediately use $288 million and will soon have another 45,000 jo...
02/03/09 - Tribe's liquor vote good news for developers
Developers are excited about adding full-service restaurants to their projects along Loop 101 in Scottsdale, now that the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has voted to all...
Two-time Grammy winner Mary Youngblood succeeds again
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va...
Ceramic revival renewing the Mojave
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
PARKER, Ariz. – The old church on the Colorado River Indian Reservation shows the austere signs of its Presbyterian past...
Meeks: In today’s economy, we can’t afford to waste a penny
Elsie Meeks, president and CEO, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
J an. 30 is Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day...
01/30/09 - Cayuga Indian Nation to reopen two stores today
The Cayuga Indian Nation was to reopen its two LakeSide Trading gas station/convenience stores this morning, two months after authorities seized all 17,600 cartons of cigarettes in...
01/30/09 - Haskell regents to meet with federal leaders
Amid a tense relationship with the university’s president, members of the Haskell Indian Nations University’s Board of Regents are scheduled to meet next week with Bureau of Indian...
01/30/09 - Mohegan Authority Reports Quarterly Loss
The Mohegan Tribe — and, by extension, the state — continues to reap less money from gambling as consumers hurt and scared by the recession spend less on slot machines and table ga...
01/30/09 - 'First Nations' event to honor native heritage
Before the state of Oregon celebrates its 150th birthday in February, more deeply rooted cultures will celebrate, adding a more seasoned, farther-reaching historical dimension to t...
01/30/09 - Auburn celebrates its cultural diversity
Uniquely Auburn, a community-sponsored celebration of cultural diversity recognizing people, places, and events that make the city unique, came to life at the Performing Arts Cente...
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