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The Week That Was
Clive Bundy's Treatment Vs. Dann Sisters
Fiddling in the Fields: Spring's Fern
Northland College Names NAICC Director
NMAI Profile: Ogimaa Duke Peltier
Broken Hearts and Tuition Bills
Everest Avalanche Kills 12 Sherpas
Coachella War Bonnets: Yep, It Happened
400 Years Later—Pocahontas Weds Again
Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Thing About Skins
Oklahoma tribes set sights on funds
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
With $2.8 billion earmarked for Indian country through the Obama administration’s recent stimulus package, several Oklahoma tribes are hoping to see some of the funds spent in thei...
Governor Bill Richardson appoints Marvis Aragon as deputy secretary of Indian affairs
SANTA FE – Governor Bill Richardson recently announced the appointment of Marvis Aragon Jr., of Acoma Pueblo, to serve as deputy secretary of the New Mexico Indian Affairs Departme...
RES 2009 awards outstanding Indian country business leaders, advocates
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – Business leaders, volunteers and advocates for Indian country were recognized for outstanding support and achievements during the 23rd Reservation Economic Summit &...
Meeks to become S.D. director of rural development
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – Elsie Meeks is poised to become the next USDA director of rural development for South Dakota...
Washburn: ‘Criminal justice is area for greatest improvement in Indian country’
Gale Courey Toensing
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Last week, the University of New Mexico announced the appointment of Kevin Washburn, Chickasaw, to serve as dean of its law school...
Politics were played in defeating Indian law/health amendment
WASHINGTON – A $410 billion congressional omnibus bill has passed, but not before legislators wrangled over, and ultimately weeded out a $400 million amendment that would have stre...
Carcieri fix, legal or legislative, expected to be complicated
WASHINGTON – Excited rumbles trickled through Indian country after a letter to the editor was published recently in Indian Country Today, asking whether a little known legislative ...
Murkowski says she’ll keep Indian affairs a priority
WASHINGTON – Observers of most Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearings have come to learn that Sen...
FARC massacre of indigenous in Columbia, more deaths and displacement
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
In the first week of February, according to indigenous witnesses, Columbian FARC rebels massacred up to 27 Awa people in the southern Narino province, including women and young chi...
A future so bright
Letter to the Editor
The business world of Indian country recently marked a milestone...
Kent: Hot tip: Invest in people
For the past 20 years or so, many looking for answers on how to care for the environment have turned to Native American cultures...
Newcomb: Dehumanization in U.S. Indian Law and Policy
The history of federal Indian law and policy is a history of the dehumanization of Indian peoples and people...
Poplar police chief charged for moose killings
Poplar's police chief has been charged with eight felony counts related to the killings of four Moose on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation...
Willamette's powwow great for first-timers
Whether you know little to nothing about American Indian culture or you're part of the Grand Ronde tribe, there will be something for everyone at the Social Powwow at Willamette Un...
Basket weaver Donna Mae Largo, 64
Donna Mae Largo, who learned Cahuilla basketry from elder weavers and shared the cultural traditions with anyone who wanted to learn, died March 4. Mrs...
Presentation illustrates life of Crazy Horse
The Oglala Lakota Sioux leader Crazy Horse brazenly exposed himself to enemy fire during some 22 different documented battles throughout his lifetime, including at the Battle of th...
Quechans holding HIV/AIDS awareness day
The Quechan Tribal HIV/AIDS Awareness Family Day will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m at the Diabetes Walking Trail. The event will begin with an opening prayer...
Indian casino plans one step closer in Yuba County
Nevada County gamblers would have a shorter drive to throw legal dice if an Indian casino proposed for Yuba County is eventually built...
Feds propose listing smelt as threatened species
The federal government is proposing to list Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act...
Navajo youths to receive $4 million from stimulus package
The Navajo Nation will receive nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to enhance education and workforce training for Navajo youth...
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