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Edisto Indians recognized by the state as an official tribe
The Edisto Indian tribe of Ridgeville celebrated a milestone last week when their tribe was officially recognized by the state of South Carolina...
Could Central Ohio See A Second Casino?
Now that it's full steam ahead on Central Ohio's first casino, could a second casino be on its way as well?...
UPDATE: Casino, hotels, shopping mall, convention facility, spa proposed for Fall River site
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe issued a statement Monday announcing its agreement with the city of Fall River to develop a resort-style casino on land off Route 24...
Kauffman leads fight to protect Indian foster children
OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington State Legislature is taking steps to better protect Indian children who are placed in the state’s foster care system. State Sen...
NORDIK Institute conducts air quality study
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ontario – Sault Ste...
CRIHB to create an H1N1 vaccine awareness campaign
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Continuing its mission to improve the health of American Indian and Alaska Natives of California, the California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc...
Mashpee tribe embraces Fall River for casino
Goodbye, Middleboro. Hello, Fall River...
Sault Tribe uses Recovery funds for energy efficient upgrades
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – Brian Gillen, senior advisor from the Chicago Housing and Urban Development Office of Native American Programs toured the Sault Ste...
Ad campaign launched to combat meth use in Indian country
Native Aspirations battles bullying, violence, suicide
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SPOKANE, Wash. – “We designed a cultural approach to the prevention of violence, bullying and suicide,” Iris Pretty Paint said...
Fighting Sioux name is treated with respect
On July 18, 1969, a group of Native Americans, under the leadership of Chief Standing Crow and Chief White Buffalo Man, grandson of Sitting Bull, met at the University of North Dak...
Quebec to adopt Declaration
Gale Courey Toensing
QUEBEC CITY – The Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador has endorsed an initiative by the Parti Quebecois urging the Quebec government to endorse the United Nations Decl...
‘Redskins’ may have psychological impact beyond Native Americans
WASHINGTON – At the home base of the controversially-named Washington Redskins football team, a new study on possible widespread harms resulting from stereotypes of Native American...
Senate explores Indian youth suicide
WASHINGTON – The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held an oversight hearing March 25, titled, “The Preventable Epidemic: Youth Suicides and the Urgent Need for Mental Health Care...
Lakes Entertainment, Inc. Announces Termination Agreement with Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma
Lakes Entertainment, Inc...
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Kent: Signals crossed at Wounded Knee – again
T he only thing worse than poor communication is no communication at all; that’s what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation May 1 at Wounded Knee – site of, perhaps, the greatest ...
Dances and drums have the spotlight
Pocomoke's Cypress Park will once again be the location for the 17th annual Drums on the Pocomoke Assateague Native Peoples Tribe Powwow, hosted by the Assateague People of Delmarv...
'A sight to behold': Tunica-Biloxi tribe hosts 15th annual Pow Wow
Generations of tradition will dance and sing its way into Marksville this weekend when the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana and Paragon Casino Resort host the 15th annual Pow Wow c...
State court won't block casino near Richmond
The state Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review an agreement between the city of Richmond and an Indian tribe that wants to build a casino on 30 acres near the waterfront...
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