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Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Climate Change Forces Tribe to Move
Rape Survivors’ Stories in Full FORCE
Study Brings the Makah Closer to Whaling
Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
Laid-back Vibe of the Redlands Powwow
'You Damn Redskin!' Surviving an Attack
Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
Thing About Skins
Billy Frank Jr.
W e know that protecting and restoring habitat are the keys to wild salmon recovery. But how are we really doing on that front?...
The paradoxical politics of ‘Avatar’
Bill Weinberg, Today correspondent
T he science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, when asked where he gets his ideas, famously always answers: “Schenectady.” Well, Ellison may get his ideas from Schenectady, but James ...
Finley: Relevant questions remain about Cobell proposal
T his editorial responds to the op-ed, “ Cobell settlement will provide legacy ,” by Dennis Gingold, the lead attorney in the Cobell litigation, which unleashed a harsh, misleading...
Youth power: Native American kids making a difference for ACS
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
A Dakota proverb says, “We will be known forever by the tracks we leave.” American anthropologist Margaret Mead once said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed ...
Sumner County concerned about tribal casino
Fred Mann, The Wichita Eagle
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Concerns about a proposed tribal casino in Park City may scuttle plans for a Sumner County casino...
Huron Band goes red for heart disease
ATHENS TOWNSHIP, Mich...
2/13-14: 20th World Championship Hoop Dance Contest
"Do your best, and listen to your heartbeat" is what Mesa's Ken Duncan will say to his children this weekend...
Census workers urge tribes to participate
Census officials are reaching out to hard-to-count groups such as Indian tribes and other minorities, and on Monday brought their road show to the offices of the Dry Creek Rancheri...
Tim Wolfe honored during game
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – It was halftime of a basketball game between North Idaho College and Salish Kootenai College , but it’s not the game that’s important; it’s the halftime cere...
Tribe's partnership with Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation dissolves
The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians may no longer be doing business with the Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation in Utah...
Tribe lags on welfare program fine
The Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians tribe is approximately $500,000 behind in payments on a federal penalty for misusing taxpayer-provided tribal welfare funds, according t...
Busch loses Miccosukee as sponsor but presses on
New Camping World Truck Series owner Kyle Busch plans to race two trucks for the full 2010 season, which begins Friday at Daytona International Speedway, despite losing his truck's...
Crow leaders look to replace casino
The Little Big Horn Casino in Crow Agency must overcome major obstacles, including a $400,000 debt to the IRS, to continue operating on the Crow Reservation...
Tribal Council votes against rescinding previous motion to remove two gaming board members
Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Tribal Councilor Mel Kiogima was unsuccessful in his attempt Sunday to reverse a recent decision made by tribal council to remove two mem...
Trahant: Growing the budget during tough times
P resident Barack Obama answered an important philosophical question last week: How will the federal government fully fund a starved Indian health system?...
Pleasant Point ex-police chief indicted in theft
Former Pleasant Point Police Chief Joseph Barnes, 41, was indicted Thursday by a Hancock County grand jury for felony theft, the state Attorney General’s Office has confirmed...
Pocasset Wampanoag bridle at perceived land grab
Interest in Fall River and Freetown by two Cape and Islands-based tribes has touched off a turf war...
Navajo Nation to build new jail, courts and police buildings in Shiprock
The Navajo Nation is expecting a boost in public safety following the Tribal Council's vote last month to approve a $60 million unsecured general obligation loan from Key Bank...
Rights are sometimes absent in Indian country
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
‘American Indian 101’ encouraged representation
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Diversity Committee and Writers Guild of America, West American Indian Writers Committee co-presented the “American Indi...
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