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11/04/08 - Swift foxes released on tribal lands
Last week, 40 swift foxes were released by the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in an attempt to re-establish a population on the Lower Brule Indian Reservation and surrounding area...
11/04/08 - Supreme Court case interests local tribes
Oregon tribes, including the Confederate Tribes of Grand Ronde, are keeping a close eye on a U.S. Supreme Court case that involves a plot of land 3,000 miles away...
NCAI: Problems at the polls?
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – As the 2008 presidential race headed into its final stretch, the National Congress of American Indians has partnered with dozens of justice, community and media groups...
NCAI passes record number of resolutions
Gale Courey Toensing
PHOENIX – From federal recognition to turning fee lands into trust lands, from truth-in-labeling to a task force on tribal taxation and dozens of issues in between, the National Co...
Charter school tailored for Tohono O’odham succeeds
Rhonda Bodfield, Arizona Daily Star
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – In one Tohono O’odham story, there was a boy whose mother loved to play toka, an Indian game akin to field hockey...
Student development conference coming to University of Idaho
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – An American Indian student development conference is scheduled for Nov. 19 – 20 at the University of Idaho...
11/03/08 - Cherokees own Illinois River, industry claims
The state of Oklahoma's lawsuit against the poultry industry should be dismissed in part because the Illinois River is owned not by the state but by the Cherokee Nation, which is n...
11/03/08 - Election 2008: Tribal gifts near $900K
Oklahoma’s American Indian tribes donated almost $900,000 to local, state and national candidates up for election in 2008, ranging from Barack Obama to Oklahoma County Sheriff John...
11/03/08 - Feds want to keep 3rd count in Pine Ridge slaying
One of the three counts against a man charged with the 1975 slaying of Annie Mae Aquash should not be dismissed because it ensures the defendants are treated equally, federal prose...
11/03/08 - Lakes Entertainment Announces Dividend Ratio
Lakes Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: LACO) announced that it has set the dividend ratio at 0.478982732 shares of WPT Enterprises, Inc...
11/03/08 - Casino suffers in sour economy
Brenda Wentz recently made the 2 1/2-hour drive from her home in Lincolnton to try her luck at the machines inside Harrah's Cherokee Casino...
11/03/08 - Colorado tribe, armed with an old treaty, expands hunting
Over the years, Ray C. Frost has found little reason to leave his tribe's reservation to hunt the deer and elk whose meat fills his freezer...
11/03/08 - Tribal membership up for vote
As Native people, we vote on issues most people would not imagine, such as determining enrollment criteria for tribal citizenship one of the most contentious issues facing our comm...
11/03/08 - Links between San Manuel band's donations to DA's office, plea deals denied
San Manuel Indian and San Bernardino County district attorney officials deny that $22,500 in political contributions from the tribe to District Attorney Michael Ramos affected the ...
11/03/08 - More Than 100 Take Buyouts At Soaring Eagle
More than 100 full-time employees at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Hotel have accepted voluntary buyouts...
Resolved: state of emergency exists in rural Alaska
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Energy, its production and costs, and related legislation all featured as big issues at this year’s conference of the Alaska Federation of Natives...
Maliseets launch $1.7M employment program
Gale Courey Toensing
HOULTON, Maine – Brenda Commander, chief of the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, was at a United South and Eastern Tribes annual meeting in late September when tribal members call...
Army Indian scouts focus of NMAI presentation
WASHINGTON – A presentation on American Indian military veterans will focus on U.S. Army Indian scouts, some of whose enlistment dates have emerged from Pension Office records...
Plugging for smudging
Staff: Rob Capriccioso
STEVENS POINT, Wis...
2008 Bioneers Conference hosts first indigenous tent
Shadi Rahimi, Today correspondent
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – After 19 years of hosting a “green” festival, the 2008 Bioneers Conference hosted its first-ever “indigenous tent” this year...
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