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Salaita – Fired for Speaking His Mind
Poor Conditions at Passamaquoddy School
The Nuts and Bolts to Improve Healthcare
Cherokee Nation Names Jr. Miss Cherokee
Another Day With PTSD
Sustenance Fishing in Anacostia River
Throat-Singer Won't Sing for Politician
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Little Cherokee Ambassadors Named
First Nation Teen's Body Found in Bag
Redskins Players Salute Mike Brown
Navajo’s Smoke Free Workplace
Beadwork by Teri Greeves [10 Pieces]
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Fiddler: Invest in Indian Country
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Tribes combine science, canoes for water quality
Pushing off one morning from a beach riddled with dead eelgrass, skipper Larry Nahanee plunked a scientific probe into the water and steered the hand-carved cedar canoe toward the ...
Tribes in U.S. crack down on gang activity
A police officer with the Oglala Sioux Tribe shot and killed a gang member who attacked her on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota three weeks ago...
Education department awards young creative spirits
WASHINGTON – Paige Fourkiller, a Cherokee eighth grader from Oklahoma, has been working overtime to be recognized for her artwork...
Update on submerged Lake Superior barrels scheduled
John Myers, Duluth News Tribune, Minn.
(MCT) – Representatives from the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe are in Duluth this week to update officials and residents on efforts to find and raise barrels of military w...
Yakama celebrate return of sockeye to Lake Cle Elum
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
LAKE CLE ELUM, Wash. – After being absent for 103 years, 100 sockeye salmon were released into Lake Cle Elum July 7...
8th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention focuses on grant resources and collaboration
HONOLULU – The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is gearing up to host the 8th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention scheduled for Aug. 25 – 27 at the Hawai’i Convention Center...
Gathering nurtures growing network, honors sacred turtle women
OAKLAND, Calif. – The seventh annual Women Are Sacred Conference drew more than 200 people from across the nation who work for the safety of Indian women...
Tom: Remembering Cronkite
T he recent passing of legendary journalist Walter Cronkite brought responses from those in the news industry the world over...
Boulder hosts the area’s first residents to mark a modern anniversary
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BOULDER, Colo. – Northern Arapaho Tribal members will be welcomed to their traditional lands in “Coming Back Home” events Aug...
Chevron donates land for Code Talkers museum
As members of an elite group of Navajo Marines approach their 90s, they know there's little time left to tell the story about how they used their native language to confound the Ja...
Episcopal Church names feisty aide of Indians a saint
She wore a habit and boots, drove fast on narrow roads and could intimidate powerful men just by the sound of her boots clunking on stairs...
Tribe buys American Indian mound in St. Louis
An Oklahoma-based tribe has bought the last remaining American Indian mound in St. Louis for about $230,000...
Soboba Indian tribe proposal to annex 500 acres for new casino-hotel has some San Jacinto residents worried
The Soboba Indian tribe's proposal to annex more than 500 acres and build a new casino-hotel near their existing gambling complex has some San Jacinto residents worried their neigh...
Bankruptcy imperils Madera County casino
A nationally known gambling expert said last week's bankruptcy filing by Station Casinos could hamper efforts by the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians to build a Madera County c...
UNC prof leads project to discover how Ute survived
Under the Walden valley floor and upon ridges, they're finding tools, campsites and pottery with residue of rabbit and fish...
W hen I was a little kid, I found my teenage sister’s journal. Ok, ok, actually “found” might be a bit dishonest...
North Dakota company makes comeback after suit
Eighteen months after settling a contentious legal battle that challenged the quality of its products, an American Indian-owned company that makes protective gear for soldiers says...
WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 24 that the Interior Department must account for billions of dollars in mismanaged Indian trust funds...
Nebraska woman goes home to Omaha reservation
Kevin Abourezk, Lincoln Journal Star
WALTHILL, Neb. (AP) – At the age of 4, Karen Hardenbrook wanted to be an American Indian. A Methodist preacher and his wife had adopted her when she was just 4 months old...
Defendant in 1975 Pine Ridge death wants own trial
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
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