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Editorial: It's a step: Putting Indian health care at forefront
Figuring out how to deliver efficient, effective health care throughout Indian Country is one of the most daunting challenges the U.S. government faces. The U.S...
Native American Veterans Honored
Sunday marked Maine's first Native American Veterans Day...
Exhibit to feature photographs, artifacts of Florida’s Seminole-Miccosukee Indians
The Lee County Port Authority and the Lee County Alliance for the Arts is sponsoring an exhibit titled, “Children of the Everglades” at Southwest Florida International Airport...
Two Dartmouth men charged in car break at Freetown State Forest
Two Dartmouth men were charged Saturday night with breaking into and vandalizing a car in Freetown State Forest. Robert Edward Greene, 22, of 11 Elliot St...
NOAA issues recovery plan for Lake Ozette fish
A voluntary recovery plan could lead eventually to the endangered sockeye salmon in Lake Ozette being taken off the federal endangered species list, the National Oceanic and Atmosp...
Native Americans could be found at Mt. Pleasant
ROY Tobias took this photo in October 1933 on top of Mt. Pleasant. Pictured are Chief Arnold Iron Shell, Chief Paw Grease and Chief Shout-At, all members of the Sioux Tribe...
Idaho’s Waters of the West program
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho started a graduate program called Waters of the West with the first class graduating this spring...
Native monument/museum would mourn the past, celebrate the present
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
CHICAGO – A Chicago architect is spearheading a $90 million museum and monument project designed to acknowledge the strength of modern American Indian cultures and to memorialize t...
Indigenous governor assassinated in Colombia
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
I ndigenous Colombian leader Robert DeJesus Gaucheta was beaten to death by unidentified assailants near his home in the southwestern territory of Cauca May 18, several months afte...
Change is in store for an urban Indian center
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Denver Indian Center has reached the quarter-century mark at its present location, a magnet for Native residents and visitors alike and the site of hundreds of pow wow...
Conference seeds new vision of our relationship with water and Earth
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
New project seeks to address ‘unconscious’ racial biases
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – A project sponsored by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation , is working to find new ways to promote racial equality and fairness in America...
A voice from the Akwesasne border standoff: ‘Start listening to Mohawk people’
Jesse Freeston, Reprinted with permission from www.rabble.ca
CORNWALL, Ontario – For three weeks the border crossing that spans the St. Lawrence River between Cornwall, Ontario and Massena, N.Y. has been inoperable...
In Maine, Residents Battle Over a Four-Letter Word: 'Squa'
For nearly a decade, locals here have been fighting American Indians over the name of a dead-end dirt road...
Former Rapid City woman excited to be at the helm of IHS and its reform efforts
The new director of the Indian Health Service is grateful that her boss is urging Congress to address problems at the underfunded agency, but Dr...
AP interview: Sebelius to boost Indian health care
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON – Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will launch a new multiyear effort to improve health care for American Indians, which she calls a “historic failu...
2009 Health Equity Conference in Las Vegas July 28 – 29
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
O n July 28 and 29, health care professionals from around the nation will gather in Las Vegas for the 2009 Health Equity Conference: Through the Cancer Lens , hosted by the America...
Search for donor with unique ancestry is urgent
Rick Smith, Special to Today
A nthony Lee, a 15-year-old resident of the small enclave of Hessel, Mich., urgently needs a bone marrow transplant...
Pai tribes gather here this weekend
The 11th annual Gathering of the Pai will take place Friday through Sunday on the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Reservation...
Renovations nearing completion at KwaTagNuk resort
General Manager Deeann Cates and the KwaTagNuk resort picked up some high praise when the Montana State Tourism Advisory Commission held its annual state convention in Polson this ...
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