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Gale Courey Toensing
5/7/10
SAN DIEGO – While the National Indian Gaming Association tabled a controversial resolution on Internet gaming for further study and discussion, three resolutions regarding trust la...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
5/7/10
SEATTLE – As the mail-in participation phase of the 2010 Census came to a close, participation rates were up on at least nine American Indian reservations in Washington state, acco...
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
5/7/10
Y oung Navajos are taking on some of the most tenacious issues on the 28,000-square-mile Navajo reservation (population 180,000) in the Four Corners area: Unemployment rates that r...
Letter to the Editor
5/7/10
I t’s unfortunate when economic considerations outweigh moral ones...
Steven Newcomb
5/7/10
T he Vatican did not hesitate to respond when Tonya Gonnella Frichner formally presented a Preliminary Study on the Doctrine of Discovery at the Ninth Session of the United Nations...
5/6/10
The fifth annual Northern Cheyenne March and Rally Against Meth will take place Friday in Lame Deer...
5/6/10
The Colfax Cemetery District board has set a deadline of Aug. 1 to resolve ownership of the Colfax Indian Cemetery...
5/6/10
Brian Gillen, senior adviser from the Chicago HUD (housing and urban development) office of Native American programs toured the Sault Ste...
5/6/10
One Michigan author who retells the early tales of Drummond Island in the book “Islands of the Manitou” concludes that “the signing of the Indian Treaties, while good for the Unite...
5/6/10
Since the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah began its Prime for Life drug and alcohol education program two years ago, every participant who has registered for the course has successfull...
Rob Capriccioso
5/5/10
PHOENIX – A controversial new state anti-immigration law has many American Indians alarmed that tribal sovereignty has been violated, with the looming possibility that individual l...
Sheryl Lightfoot
5/5/10
In 2007, 143 members of the United Nations voted to support the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
5/5/10
From child welfare to roads to law enforcement, Leech Lake Tribal Council and Beltrami County Board members sought common ground in a rare joint meeting Tuesday...
5/5/10
Arson investigators are trying to catch up with the suspect, or suspects responsible for a string of nearly 3 dozen arson fires set over the past few weeks...
5/5/10
After almost five years in the works, a deal between the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the Wal-Mart Corporation to locate a store on the Qualla Boundary has come to an end...
5/5/10
A circle of singers wailed a traditional American Indian song and pounded a drumbeat as the newly elected Crow Creek Sioux tribal chairman and council members strolled proudly Tues...
5/5/10
A House committee voted 9-4 on Tuesday to let the state's Commission of Indian Affairs, which has moved to extend state recognition to five Indian tribes not recognized by the fede...
5/5/10
The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indian tribe has begun buying businesses and investing in companies, creating a much-needed source of capital in the central San Joaquin Va...
5/5/10
The Justice Department received resources to bring on 33 prosecutors to handle cases in Indian Country, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday...

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