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Southwest Indian Arts Fair hits mark again
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
TUCSON, Ariz. – For the past 15 years, promoters have billed the event as “Southern Arizona’s Premier Indian Art Show & Market,” and they hit the mark again this year...
Indians get look at 'We Shall Remain'
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – The front rows were occupied by Native film heavyweights Chris Eyre (the director of “Smoke Signals”) and actor Wes Studi...
Young actor wants to be bigger than Adam Beach
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Christian Baste seems like a typical 13-year-old, on the verge of turning 14 in April. When he smiles his braces catch the light...
Chippewa teen advances in talent competition
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
BELCOURT, N.D. – It’s no coincidence that Taylor Dayne Falcon, 15, was named after the actual Taylor Dayne, a Top 40 songstress of the late 80s and early 90s...
Mohawk artist receives first place for ‘Waiting for the Prize’
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
MASSENA, N.Y. – A painting dubbed “Waiting for the Prize” has once again been declared a winner...
Storyteller: Spirit Forest
Ken Edwards, Today correspondent
Sante was the medicine man of the village of the people of the river...
Goldberg: Public Law 280 isn’t the proper economic stimulus for Indian country
Despite the prosperity tribal gaming has brought to some Native nations over the past 20 years, poverty and unemployment rates remain high on many reservations...
Blackfeet want remedy for Oliphant v. Suquamish
Eileen Shimizu, Today correspondent
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – Willie A. Sharp Jr., chairman of the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council, signed Tribal Resolution No. 98-2009 Jan...
Controversy involves Indian issues in a professor’s firing appeal
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A battle over academic freedom moved from campus to courtroom March 9, when a controversial Indian rights advocate vowed to fight to regain his professorship...
Hopi group challenges federal trustees’ fairness and seeks a change
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A Hopi group contends that the Department of the Interior cannot equitably serve tribal and government interests at the same time and should disqualify itself from simulta...
Sarah Palin’s new rural advisor John Moller hard at work
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A new rural advisor started work in Alaska Jan. 30...
Feds give initial approval for Crow coal plant
Matthew Brown, Associated Press Writer
Teck Cominco must pay Colvilles’ costs
The Associated Press
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Canadian mining company Teck Cominco Metals Ltd...
Virtual Indian stamp collection grows
WASHINGTON – The Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian are continuing to update a digital collection of stamps, “The American Indian o...
USET president: Indian country faces opportunities and opposition
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Tribal nations are facing a paradoxical situation, according to Brian Patterson, the president of United South and Eastern Tribes...
Tribes want policies to help them aid nation’s hydropower needs
WASHINGTON – A group of tribal energy experts has asked the Obama administration to consider specific incentives to help tribes play a substantial role in beefing up the nation’s h...
Sage Hill Travel Center and Casino Now Open
It's a big day for those on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Wednesday the New Sage Hill Travel Center and Casino is now open...
Cobell disappointed with Obama administration
WASHINGTON – The lead plaintiff in the long-running Indian trust mismanagement suit against the Department of the Interior is frustrated by the wait-and-see approach being advocate...
Judiciary hears overview of Maine tribe relations
Members of the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee on Thursday got an overview of the legal relationship between the state of Maine and the American Indian tribes whose presence here...
Lumbee tribe gains agency support
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