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Exquisite Baskets by Jeremy Frey
EPA: Pollution Dropping in Communities
Lumbee Citizen to Coordinate SAIS
Water Release Averts Klamath Fish Kill
Rebuttal to David Wilkins
Missing Fort Bragg Soldier Found
Wondolowski Takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Lassie's Back; $38 Million Ferrari
Black and Brown People: In This Together
Cities are Heating Up: Report
Bill Clinton Gives Nod to Native STEM
Free Speech Firestorm Follows Firing
Violence Is Common Sense in Border Towns
Every Argument for 'Redskins' Is Bogus
AIANTA Announces Nominations
CA Natives Working to Avert Fish Kill
Cartoonist Without Reservations
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Native Academics Mentor Students in STEM
Oregon Rejects Coal Train Terminal Plans
Thing About Skins
Councilor sees opportunity in wind farming
P.J. Lassek, Tulsa World, Okla.
(MCT) – Wind power is blowing across the country, and at least one Tulsa city councilor hopes to harness some of it from a proposed Cherokee Nation wind farm...
Native Hawaiian community leaders experience Alaska Native culture
HONOLULU – On June 17, the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement organized a five-day cultural leadership exchange in Anchorage, Alaska for three Native Hawaiian community leader...
Tribes get $100 million for housing
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Fifty tribes have been awarded $100 million in federal stimulus money to bolster housing and stimulate community development...
Kauffman kicks off re-election campaign
Chris Stearns, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Sen...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe vows to appeal NIGC decision to close Akela Casino
LAS CRUCES, N.M...
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe gathering data on health of Sequim Bay
Tohono O’odham files suit against Glendale
Dr. Roubideaux goes to Washington
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – In a textbook case of local girl makes good, Dr...
An interview with IHS Director Dr. Yvette Roubideaux
Gale Courey Toensing
D r. Yvette D. Roubideaux, of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, was confirmed as the director of the IHS by a unanimous vote of the U.S. Senate in early May...
Road being built for tribal health center
The Associated Press
NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) – The Three Affiliated Tribes are building a road for the new $20 million health center planned for the Fort Berthold Reservation...
Kickapoo sued over casino hiring
The former acting manager of the Golden Eagle Casino has sued the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, claiming that as a tribal descendant he was entitled to "Indian preference" under its em...
Western N.C. tourism will suffer because of displays, Barker says
Bob Barker, the former game-show host and a longtime animal-rights activist, predicts that tourists will avoid Cherokee Indian attractions in North Carolina until the tribe stops t...
Council stands against trust status for acreage
Councilor Bill Christiansen said he plans to take the resolution to the Muskogee regional office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and talk about the harm such an action would produc...
Lummis, port near deal on waterfront issues
The Lummi Indian Business Council and Port of Bellingham commissioners are expected to vote next week on an agreement that helps to clear the way for major redevelopment and cleanu...
Crow chief to receive President's medal
A 95-year-old Crow Indian chief who wore war paint beneath his World War II uniform and went on to become an acclaimed Native American historian will receive the Presidential Medal...
Tribal Corps helps build sustainable home in South Dakota
The AmeriCorps Hoopa Tribal Civilian Community Corps traveled for four days and spent two weeks helping a Sioux family get a new home in South Dakota...
No ‘loophole’ in Native business success
Letter to the Editor
F or the past several years there has been considerable congressional and public attention paid to government contracts...
Newcomb: The right of Christian invasion
A t its 76th General Convention in Anaheim, Calif., July 8 – 17, the Episcopal Church adopted a resolution entitled, “Repudiating the Doctrine of Discovery.” I’d like to discuss th...
Humetewa officially resigns
WASHINGTON – Diane J. Humetewa, the first American Indian woman to serve as a U.S. attorney, has confirmed that she will resign from her position, effective Aug. 2...
Appeals court rules for casino
The Northwood Casino was licensed and built in compliance with federal law at the time, a three-judge federal panel has decided...
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