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10/12/09
The federal government will soon start handing out the first $4 billion from a pot of stimulus funds intended to spread high-speed Internet connections to more rural communities, p...
10/12/09
Wisconsin's only dog-racing track may close for good after this season...
10/12/09
Duluth architectural firm is betting on the future of its business with American Indian tribes...
10/12/09
Police have arrested a man they believe to be the "River Rat Bandit," sought in a string of at least 18 robberies in Washington and Oregon...
10/12/09
The federal government will soon start handing out the first $4 billion from a pot of stimulus funds intended to spread high-speed Internet connections to more rural communities, p...
10/10/09
A delegation of the Gitxsan people from northwest British Columbia is set to meet with Indian Affairs Minister Chuck Strahl next month with a groundbreaking proposal: That the 13,0...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
10/9/09
DENVER – From a Native perspective, archaeology has often been seen as the central villain in America’s quest to uncover and claim – and sometimes illegally market – the remnants o...
Konnie LeMay, Today correspondent
10/9/09
REGINA, Saskatchewan – Dr. Shunwa Honda of the Open University of Japan is on a mission to help win government legal recognition of indigenous status for the Ainu people...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/9/09
HANOVER, N.H...
Richard B. Williams
10/9/09
M any years ago I started a personal research project on what it meant to “Think Indian” or more specifically “Think Lakota or Cheyenne.” I was working with learning-challenged stu...
Staff reports
10/9/09
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – An agreement that provides $1.75 million a year for construction of facilities and maintenance at Diné College has been renewed for 10 years...
Rick St. Germaine, Today correspondent
10/9/09
LEUPP, Ariz...
10/9/09
Two people died and an estimated 19 others were taken to hospitals after being overcome while sitting in a sauna-like sweat lodge at a Sedona retreat Thursday night...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
10/9/09
SANTA CRUZ, Calif...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/9/09
BIDDEFORD, Maine – The University of New England celebrated Donna Loring, a writer, educator, activist and the Penobscot Indian Nation’s former representative in the Maine legislat...
Staff reports
10/9/09
LARAMIE, Wyo...
Richard Walker, Today Correspondent
10/9/09
PORT ANGELES, Wash. – When the dams come down on the Elwha River in 2012, the lake waters will recede, revealing the origins of the Klallam people...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
10/9/09
INTERLOCHEN, Mich. – Jessica A. Rickert became the nation’s first American Indian woman dentist in 1975...
Helen O’Neill, AP special correspondent
10/9/09
T he “pot-hunting” culture of the Southwest dates back to the 1800s, when a Colorado ranching family began exploring and excavating the ruined cliff dwellings of the Anasazi, an an...

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