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'Scalp Out Cancer' Is Now 'Shave'
Holiday Depression ... You’re Not Alone!
Native Youth Restore River Habitat
NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
Arce First Indian Country Legal Fellow
2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
Haida Weaver Speaks on Archaeology
2014’s Not to Be Forgotten Stories
North West Diamonds, North Korea Demands
NETWG to Strengthen Gov. Relations
EPA Steps in on WA Water Quality Rules
What Happened This Year In Education?
The Trail of the Turtle
Big Deal Casino Academy Opens
Video: Climate Change and Health
Our Native Children Are Not Poverty Porn
Grants for Research at Cahokia Mounds
Saginaw Grant to Receive Award
Moapa Paiute Solar Project Rejected
Cherokee Elders Share Christmas Stories
Thing About Skins
Dryside residents hear options for drinking water
The foundation has been laid to provide drinking water to the dry western side of La Plata County, but the building blocks needed to complete the system are many, varied and expens...
Groundbreaking today for Muskego Wal-Mart
Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will hold a groundbreaking ceremony today at 11 a.m...
EchoHawk unveils BATmobile units
Batman drove his Batmobile to fight crime. Now, Larry EchoHawk is using four BATmobiles to combat drunken driving on American Indian reservations...
Leader laments loss of Indian traditions
American Indians need their cultural roots for strength and identity, but many tribes are losing their language and religious traditions as their older members die...
Wildcat: It’s time to issue a Red Alert
I get angry when I think about global warming, or global burning, as I prefer to designate this world phenomenon...
Foxwoods financial troubles worries lawmakers
It's billed as the wonder of it all and some are now wondering what the future holds for Foxwoods resort casino after its owner, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, paid only 14...
Reflections on a life filled with lots of good luck
My Crow kin call me “Lucky.” It’s a relative thing. When the Whistling Water Clan of the Crow Tribe decided to adopt me, I was honored...
Dancers share heritage
As members of Whittier Elementary School’s yearbook club, sixth-graders Dacey Shiew and Shalee Allen made sure they got plenty of pictures of Native American dancers when the All N...
Southern Ute execs give lecture on renewable resources
Southern Ute Indian tribe executives spoke about their continued investments into renewable-energy sources Wednesday in Science Hall for Native American Heritage Month...
Tribes invite businesses to reservations
Economic-development officials from three central-Arizona Native-American communities said local developers and other business owners should consider one of the nearby reservations...
American Indian Yaqui warriors laid to rest
More than a century after they were sent to the American Museum of Natural History, the 12 skulls and blood-spattered bones of the Yaqui Indians of northern Mexico have finally bee...
City agreement with tribe raises concerns
Some residents of the Riverton area are expressing concern about a proposed agreement between the city and the Northern Arapaho Tribe to cooperate on common interests...
Unofficial tally shows Swett new chairman of Lumbee Tribe
Former school administrator Purnell Swett was elected chairman of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina in unofficial results Tuesday night. Swett won 3,371 votes...
Film portrays Native American influence on Civil WarThough Native American participation in the U.S. Civil War is largely unknown, CSU professors and researchers said, tribes throughout the country had a significant impact on the war's outcome. This
Though Native American participation in the U.S...
Indian heritage shines at Pow Wow
A crisp chill is in the air. The smell of campfires permeate the atmosphere...
Lumbee speaker details tribe's past at Western Carolina University expo
If not for its location, Kerry Bird's lecture on Lumbee Indians may have gotten little notice...
Casino developer injured in auto crash
Cowlitz casino developer David Barnett was in serious condition Tuesday afternoon after a Monday morning car crash...
Alaska island village hit by suspected swine flu
Rachel D’Oro, Associated Press Writer
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Suspected swine flu is sweeping a traditional Eskimo whaling village on a remote Alaska island – prompting an urgent medical mission to deliver help...
Native Health Initiative applies global health care concept to U.S. tribes
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
A Native Health Initiative orientation held in Santo Domingo Pueblo this year. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M...
Focused on women’s health
Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan, Today correspondent
A fter searching for her Native American heritage from a young age, Sahar Nouri finally feels at home working for IHS ...
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