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Suicide Chronicles: Part 1 of 5
'Privilege,' a Magazine for the Arrogant
Pedophile Priest Convicted in Nunavut
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:w
Red Lake Is County Absentee Voting Site
Cobell Payments Have Been Mailed
Crowdsourcing Helped Build New Diné App
SāvOn Convenience Stores Open in NY
Will Scotland Go independent?
Bear Bite Likely Cause of Utah Man's Dea
Damming Indians: Dancing Against Shasta
The True Story of the Mashco-Piro
Mascots, Termination ... Domination
Cherokee Art Market Boasts 150 Artists
Video: Deep-Sea Creature Looks Unreal
Native Seahawks Mask to Come to Seattle
Tribe to Break Ground on Health Facility
DNA Says Seals and Sea Lions Brought TB
Why Miss Indian World Beats Miss America
Mashco-Piro Contact Initiated in Peru
Thing About Skins
Hawaii plans quiet, sobering 50th anniversary
Mark Niesse, Associated Press Writer
HONOLULU (AP) – Hawaii turns 50 years old as the 50th state Friday, but there will be no grand parades, no dazzling fireworks, no lavish displays of Native culture...
Groups join to demonstrate emergency response
Washoe County sheriff's search and rescue officers have joined Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe members to demonstrate how they cooperate in responding to emergencies at the Indian reserv...
Peaceful week of tribal fishing on Nisqually
Another four day week of tribal net fishing on the Nisqually River ended peacefully on Wednesday...
Efforts continue to aid reservation
For three years, Mary Read has diligently worked hard to collect clothing, shoes and non-parishable food to an Indian Reservation in South Dakota...
City-tribe dispute likely headed to court
The next battleground in the dispute between the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and the City of Duluth: a courtroom...
Mashpee tribe divided over finances
New leaders may control the daily operations of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, but the same old complaints fester...
On the trail of the First Nations in the East Kootenay
First came the fear, the angst, the abuse. Then came the resentment and the anger. And now, reconciliation and rebirth. For the Ktunaxa (k-too-nah-ha) First Nation, the St...
Tackling tribal dropouts
Susan Olp Of The Gazette
O n the wood walls of a church camp meeting room, lists scrawled on butcher paper defined reasons American Indians drop out of school. Bullying. Teachers don’t show they care...
Illness forces longtime ICWA advocate to leave program she started
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Denver Indian Family Resource Center was dealt a serious blow in early July when its founding director, Phyllis Bigpond, known nationally for 40 years of community ser...
Fed crackdown puts tribal artifact dealers on edge
By Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press Writer
SANTA FE, N.M. – An intensifying federal investigation into the sale of Native American artifacts has cloaked the market in a fog of fear and uncertainty...
Tribal organizations attend 9th Annual Travois Indian Country Tax Credit Conference
SANTA PUEBLO, N.M. – Donna J. Gambrell, director of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund, was the keynote speaker Aug...
Peru detects swine flu in Amazon Indian tribe
The Associated Press
LIMA, Peru (AP) – Eight Amazon Indians of the Machiguenga Tribe have tested positive for swine flu and are recovering, Peruvian health officials said Aug. 12...
What to eat during cancer treatment
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The American Cancer Society recently announced a new comfort food cookbook for people experiencing the side effects of treatment...
Begay Foundation golf tourney raises funds for Native youth health
Gale Courey Toensing
VERONA, N.Y. – No matter who wins the Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge Golf Tournament, Indian children will be the real winners...
Senators hear from state tribal leaders
The federal government must fulfill its promises to provide adequate money for health care, economic development, law enforcement and other problems on American Indian reservations...
First SMSC Endowed Scholarship Recipients Announced
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community announced the recipients of the first Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Endowed Scholarship at a special event at the University of Minn...
Time frame narrows for Standing Rock nickname referendum
Another effort to get the Fighting Sioux nickname on the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe ballot in September has failed to work out, giving nickname supporters much less time to meet the...
Seminole Tribe likely to punt compact back to lawmakers
A contingent from the Seminole Tribe was in Tallahassee Monday -- part of a two-week sprint to get a deal done before the Legislature-mandated Aug...
Big hotel and casino project rising fast
The $200 million Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino development is rising rapidly from the desert, just a hop west across the I-10 freeway from Chandler...
Jim Thorpe documentary to be released this fall
He was regarded by many - from Sports Writers and Broadcasters of America to the King of Sweden - as one of the most prominent athletes of all-time...
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