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E ven before they take office, President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden have launched their Renew America Together initiative, calling on Americans of all ag...
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Letter to the Editor
I ’ve been receiving Indian Country Today for about two years...
KCK casino quietly marks first anniversary
Bill Draper, Associated Press Writer
KANSAS CITY, Kan...
Tribal leader lauds N.D. legislative work
Dave Kolpack, Associated Press Writer
Billy Frank Jr.
T here’s a new bug that’s been going around for the last couple years. State and federal elected officials and bureaucrats seem to be coming down with it more than anyone else...
South Dakota American Indian newspaper folds
The Associated Press
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe in Flandreau has ended publication of its weekly newspaper the Dakota/Lakota Journal...
Canadian chiefs deliver warning to Obama’s transition team
WASHINGTON – Several chiefs from Canada’s First Nations recently traveled to the nation’s capital to meet with members of President Barack Obama’s transition team...
Recovery plan must include Indian country
The unprecedented interest and participation in the election of Barack Obama, though inspiring, is fading as the most important story of the season. The U.S...
Letter to the Editor
I just finished the Jan. 14 edition of Indian Country [Today] and it was a very exciting issue. I often think of writing to thank you for the work you do...
Michigan tribe files multimillion fraud claim against Mexican casino magnates
Gale Courey Toensing
Philly casino licensee has 20-year-old drug record
The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Some state lawmakers are unhappy that a Connecticut tribal leader got a license to operate a planned Philadelphia casino despite a two-decade-old drug convictio...
Wells twins’ separation scheduled for Jan. 19
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
LEGAL CLERK (Clerical)- U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE- 01/15/09
LEGAL CLERK (Clerical) U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE OKLAHOMA CITY GS-6/7 - $34,300 - 49,553 The Office of the U.S...
How President Obama Can Find a 21st Century Agenda in a 19th Century Painting
The Huffington Post
It is a coincidence of history, though a powerful one, that our nation’s first African American President is being inaugurated in 2009, the same year as we celebrate the bicentenni...
01/15/09 - Suit dismissed against proposed Amador County casino
A federal court decision could mean another Indian casino in Amador County. A four-year court battle has ended with U.S...
01/15/09 - Casinos Making Money? Don't Bet On It
In this economic downturn, even a billion-dollar industry isn't immune...
01/15/09 - Suquamish Tribal Council member arrested in theft case
A Suquamish Tribal Council member has been arrested by tribal authorities following an investigation about unauthorized charges on a government credit card.
01/15/09 - San Manuel donates $150,000 to CHC Foundation
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians donated a check totaling $150,000 to the Crafton Hills College Foundation last week to assist with the further development and continuation o...
01/15/09 - NEW YORK'S NEXT INDIAN WAR
Now this is clever: The Seneca Indians, smarting over Gov...
01/15/08 - Falling through the cracks: Center pushes for act to protect disabled adults
Advocates for people with disabilities are pushing adoption of a new Navajo law to protect the tribe's disabled population...
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