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'Neither Wolf Nor Dog' on Home Stretch
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Census Bureau Indian Country tour kicks off with a blessing
The U.S. Census Bureau kicked off its 2010 Census “Tribal Road Tour” this week with a Native American ceremony blessing the Bureau van...
Nickname issue to be topic at State Board meeting here
There is good news filtering out of Standing Rock Indian Reservation this week for those who favor UND retaining its “Fighting Sioux” nickname...
Child Obesity Linked to Early Death, Before Age 55, in Study
Obese children are more likely to die before reaching age 55 than those who are a healthier weight, researchers said...
$4.8 Billion in Funds Available for Broadband for Indian Tribes
The second round of the funding for rural broadband is available for Indian tribes and others opens February 16, 2010...
Anti-casino group says leader of rival tribe not Indian
A group trying to stop a casino in Rohnert Park says the chairman of the local tribe has no Indian blood — and it wants the Bureau of Indian Affairs to remove him...
After bad audit, Little Shell Tribe loses $417K in stimulus money
State officials say $417,000 in federal stimulus money that had been slated for a Montana Indian tribe could instead go toward reducing a hole in the state's budget...
Tsosie and friends leave ’em laughing
Bernie Dotson, Gallup Independent
GALLUP, N.M. (AP) – Ernest David Tsosie III is as much a storyteller as he is a comedian and actor...
The Human Face of Enrollment Wars
Part 1 of 5 WATERTOWN, S.D...
Rosetta Stone reviving language of Chitimacha Tribe
Rosetta Stone is helping revive the language of the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana through its exclusive offering of the Chitimacha language version of Rosetta Stone software...
Author writes about totems and spirit animals
Stan Hughes aka Ha-Gue-A-Dees-Sas (Seneca for “Man Seeking His People”) has written a book called “Medicine Seeker” that will be published by Northern Lights Press this spring...
Adoption in Indian country study
Susan Devan Harness is an American Indian transracial adoptee. This identity is unique in that it is situated in a very specific time and place in American Indian history...
Native organizations oppose Yakutat mine
YAKUTAT, ALASKA – The Alaska Native Brotherhood Grand Camp and the National Congress of American Indians are seeking to block development of a strip and dredge placer mine near the...
Big Brothers Big Sisters Native American Mentoring Initiative
Jolene Aguilar, national coordinator for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Native American Mentoring Initiative, is interested in a story on what the organization does for youth...
Construction starts on casino convention center
A casino south of Tucson is expanding into a convention center resort...
Casino bill omits Middleboro
A bill filed by state Sen. Marc R...
Nickname supporters at Standing Rock begin push to add UND nickname to ballot
Supporters of UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname at the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe will be starting a petition drive today to get the issue on the ballot...
County endorses land sale to tribe
St. Louis County commissioners on Tuesday dropped their opposition to selling county forest land to the Fond du Lac Band of Chippewa...
Oneida business wins 2010 American Indian Enterprise of the Year award
A business that specializes in a range of engineering and construction services — primarily through government contracts — is the recipient of the 2010 American Indian Tribal Enter...
Record Snowfalls Batter Indian Country
While all eyes were on Haiti after a devastating earthquake ravaged the country, another crisis was unfolding here in the midwest and southwest parts of the United States, where Na...
SoCal Indian Tribe's CFO, Insurance Broker Charged
A Riverside County, Calif., grand jury has indicted two men for allegedly defrauding the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians out of more than $4 million...
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