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Staff reports
7/7/09
SHINGLE SPRINGS, Calif. – The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians recently made a payment of $125,000 to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors for law enforcement services...
Mark Trahant
7/7/09
T here seems to be political consensus that our health care system will not end up like those in Canada or England...
Staff reports
7/7/09
WASHINGTON – The National American Indian Housing Council recently selected Mellor Willie, a Native American affairs advocate with extensive experience at the tribal, state and fed...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
7/7/09
DENVER – The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians of Oklahoma successfully challenged a federal agency’s funding cutback for UKB housing when the 10th Circuit Court ruled June...
7/7/09
Cherokee Nation Enterprises, the Cherokee Nation's retail, gambling, entertainment, hospitality and tourism arm, has changed its name to Cherokee Nation Entertainment...
7/7/09
California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc...
7/7/09
Four people who operated a smoke shop on the Swinomish Indian Reservation that was raided for untaxed cigarettes two years ago pleaded not guilty to federal charges Monday in Seatt...
7/7/09
A man hunting rabbits in Millard County a decade ago came across several small navy blue glass beads that led him to a baby's grave...
7/7/09
Tom Diamond wasn't born a Tigua, but his fascination with Native American culture has led him to a bountiful, decades-long friendship with the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo that leaves him...
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
7/7/09
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. – Students in schools throughout California have, for the past 15 years, had the pleasure of knowing Jacque Nunez...
Mark Ratledge, Special to Today
7/7/09
ARLEE, Mont. – Nkwusm , a Salish Language immersion school on the Salish-Kootenai Reservation in Arlee, Mont. had its first graduation June 12...
7/6/09
Two Onondaga Nation teenagers were jailed on arson and burglary charges after two Sunday morning fires left one church in ruins and damaged another...
Rob Capriccioso
7/6/09
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
Carolyn Jacobs
7/6/09
S everal years ago it was commonplace to see cigarette-smoking in local restaurants. Smoking was a cultural norm that our society tolerated and allowed...
Billy Frank Jr.
7/6/09
T ribes are steadfast about their treaty shellfish harvest rights. If we weren’t, our livelihoods and cultures would disappear...
Letter to the Editor
7/6/09
T his poem is particularly intended to criticize the failure of people to speak out against the genocide of indigenous peoples around the world over the last 500 years...
7/6/09
W e’ll all gladly admit that Native people have come a long way in a very short period of time. At the beginning of the 20th century things were an absolute disaster...
7/6/09
Tiger Woods, the world's No. 1 golfer, and perhaps the greatest of all time, will visit Central New York next month...
Tracy Stanhoff
7/6/09
O ur frustrating Indian politics are derailing one of the greatest economic opportunities in the history of Indian country, the ability to parlay our success in tribal government g...
7/6/09
As an ample but staid crowd peers down from balconies and staircases, nine young skateboarders fasten their helmets and scrabble up the sides of a pristine half-pipe, which sits, i...

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