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Taos Pueblo Wins Health Award
Return of the Old One
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This Land Is Their Land
Mexico Must Pay Indigenous Woman
Ghosthorse Walks the Red Road
Mother Jailed for Rescuing Abused Sons
Canadian Court Grapples w/Native Lands
The Battle for ICWA Goes to California
Report: Oil Sands Contaminate Wild Food
He Is 'Hurtin, Lovin and Loosin'
Thing About Skins
Chickasaws to bid for tracks
A subsidiary of the Chickasaw Nation will be among entities bidding Wednesday to acquire Remington Park racetrack and gaming facility in Oklahoma City, tribal Gov...
Mohegans Drop Option On Wisconsin Casino Site
While the Mohegans continue to support a Wisconsin tribe's efforts to have land taken into trust for an off-reservation casino project, they are no longer paying to maintain an opt...
Tribes press government to clean up waste near Tuba City
Two American Indian tribes are pressing the federal government to clean up an area where they say medical, uranium and other radioactive waste was dumped and has been contaminating...
Support grows for ‘guidance memo’ withdrawal
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – Gov...
Supreme Court stays out of Blackfeet moldy homes
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court said May 18 that it would not hear a case involving federal trust responsibility for mold-infested homes on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation...
Nez Perce Tribe sets community forum on shootings
The Associated Press
LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) – Nez Perce Tribe officials say they have scheduled a community forum with the U.S...
Flooding reaches the lower Yukon
The Associated Press
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) – A huge community fundraiser is being planned to help people living in flood-stricken communities along the Yukon River...
Native Americans gather at village
Several hundred people gathered this weekend to kick off the first big event of the year--Native American Heritage Days-- at Historic Lyme Village...
Chief named Red Earth ‘Ambassador of the Year’
Chadwick Smith, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, has been named the 2009 Red Earth Ambassador of the Year...
Native rights declaration challenges 'settler' nations
The United States is considering whether to endorse a major U.N...
Allegan man finds Indian artifacts in his garden
This is the time of year when many people start getting the garden ready for planting...
Pawnee Heritage: Tribe's corn grows in 'original homeland'
Two centuries ago, the Pawnee were a powerful and confident people who dominated broad swaths of what is now Nebraska...
State to represent Cherokee Nation in dispute with poultry industry
In an uncommon legal move, the Cherokee Nation has agreed to allow the state to represent its interests in a legal dispute with the poultry industry over the alleged pollution of t...
Little peace for Colfax Indian Cemetery
When a tree falls in the Colfax Indian Cemetery, who hears it?...
Indian land additions at risk
South Dakota's long legal fight with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe over the tribe's ability to buy land and place it in federal trust could affect tribal economic development across ...
Artist puts her spin on songs of Native jazz pioneer
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
In 1929, a Spokane and Coeur d’Alene Indian vocalist joined Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra to become the breakthrough big-band “girl singer” who opened doors for many who followed...
Study looks at early Navajo use of smoke signals
Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press Writer
Little Tigers on the RES
Maria Dadgar, Special to Today
T urn off the television and put your video games away, there’s a new game in town...
Holy Road: ‘He was a true chief’
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
TULALIP, Wash. – Glen Gobin was almost apologetic about his dad’s obituary in a local daily newspaper. “Was it too long?” he asked...
Don’t know much about history
Gale Courey Toensing
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