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Native American Housing in Jeopardy
President Barack Obama’s budget will cut hundreds of millions of dollars from Native American housing. Advocates in Washington are hoping to restore that money...
Sioux Tribe to Get Back Land from IRS
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, which lost a 7,100-acre parcel of land last December after the IRS sold it to pay off $3.12 million in delinquent employment taxes, has worked out a dea...
Dickey to speak in Arrow Rock on the Missouria Indian Nation
Michael Dickey will speak on "The Missouria Indian Nation: A History of the Nyut^achi People" at the Arrow Rock State Historic Site Visitor Center Saturday, March 6, at 10 a.m., ac...
Ex-Cherokee chief Mankiller diagnosed with cancer
Former Principal Chief Wilma Mankiller, one of the few women ever to lead a major American Indian tribe, has been diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer, her husband said March ...
Native status may be affected by diversity issues
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – With the advent of an increasingly urban, multiracial country, it’s possible that Indian America will slowly be transformed as well, perhaps following a controversial traj...
A work in progress
LAS VEGAS – Cans filled with vibrant colors of red, blue, yellow, orange and green paint lined the stage to kick off the Reservation Economic Summit 2010...
Native Status May be Affected by Diversity Issues
Part 4 of 5 DENVER – With the advent of an increasingly urban, multiracial country, it’s possible that Indian America will slowly be transformed as well, perhaps following a contro...
UND NICKNAME: Plaintiffs in lawsuit file response
Plaintiffs in the lawsuit involving UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname have filed a reply to a brief the State Board of Higher Education earlier filed with the state Supreme Court...
Sioux Tribe settles tax debt with IRS, buys back land
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe has settled its tax debt with the IRS and lined up a loan that will enable it to buy back the 11 square miles of land the IRS sold at auction in December...
Tigua’s on way to recovery
Walter Bonora, Special to Today
C an a once prosperous pueblo tribe of western Texas rebuild after its primary source of income was closed in 2002?...
NPR Audio: Marine Killed in Marjah Remembered
NPR Audio: Lance Cpl. Alejandro J. Yazzie was among the first Marines to die in the Marjah offensive.
Tribes Propose Another Casino in Calais
Maine's Indian tribes are making their third bid for a casino in less than a decade. Passamaquoddy Gov...
New chief addresses Tribe for first time
On Feb. 20, the new Tribal Chief for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe spoke to the Tribal membership at his first State of the Tribe Address. Dennis V...
Flintco wins Pyramid Award for Excellence in Construction
TULSA, Okla. – The Flintco Companies, Inc...
Chico’s opens at Viejas Outlet Center
SAN DIEGO – Viejas Outlet Center recently announced the opening of Chico’s – one of the nation’s leading upscale women’s clothing and accessory retailers...
ACLU supports reinstatement for Ward Churchill
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The American Civil Liberties Union is arguing that former professor Ward Churchill should be reinstated by the University of Colorado because he was wrongly fired for exer...
Wanted: American Indian mentors
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
Franken, others express concern about dismal conditions in struggling Indian schools
All four federally supervised Indian schools in northern Minnesota failed to meet federal testing standards last year, yet they aren't likely to see much of the cash being doled ou...
Internet Poker Will Not Breach Indian Agreement
The heated debate on the legalisation of online poker in the state of California has been much in the news lately (see previous InfoPowa reports), with substantial focus on the dif...
Wisconsin Assembly cracks down on tribal logos for school sports teams, mascots
Wisconsin schools that refuse to drop Native American logos or mascots that the state superintendent deems discriminatory could face thousands of dollars in forfeitures under a bil...
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