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10/22/08 - Oneida Indian Nation float to debut in Macy’s Thanksgiving parade
The Oneida Indian Nation’s “True Spirit of Thanksgiving” float debuts in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Nov. 27...
10/22/08 - Staying out of foul trouble
The Paiute Tribe and local law enforcement have joined forces to combat drug/alcohol abuse and unhealthiness among the tribe's people. The solution: A good ol' game of basketball...
10/22/08 - Havasupai get aid from tribe in Calif.
It has been a tough year for the Havasupai tribe of Arizona. But this week, relief is on the way...
10/22/08 - Tribe’s gay marriage law faces challenge
A Coquille Indian Tribe member is challenging a recent decision by the Tribal Council to allow domestic partnerships and marriages regardless of sexual orientation...
10/22/08 - Chemehuevi Tribe buys dock, land
The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe has agreed to purchase two parcels of land in Lake Havasu City, one of which will be used to dock the Dreamcatcher ferry...
10/22/08 - Ottawa Indian Tribe members to get free tuition at Ottawa University
While the cost of a college education jumps every year, Ottawa University has agreed to educate some students for free...
10/22/08 - Wichita man sentenced in fake tribe scam (second item)
A Wichita man who helped process membership applications for what prosecutors contend is a fake American Indian tribe was spared prison time at his sentencing Tuesday...
10/22/08 - Griffith eighth-graders learn about Indian culture
The impact of many educational grants is limited to a single academic discipline...
Ross: Life: The real reason that Indians overwhelmingly support Obama
This election is just not about politics...
Historic agreement streamlines Navajo Nation’s capital outlay projects
SANTA FE, N.M. – Gov. Bill Richardson announced Oct...
APTN named one of Manitoba’s top 20 employers
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Aboriginal Peoples Television Network has been recognized as one of the top 20 employers in Manitoba...
Marquez: Deeds, not words, should persuade tribal nations
As Nov. 4 approaches, I find myself reading blogs and op-ed pieces from various tribal corners, mostly supporting the Democratic ticket in the race for the White House...
Harry LaForme resigns
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
TORONTO – The highly respected chair of the Canada’s Indian Residential School Truth and Reconciliation Commission has resigned, citing irreconcilable differences with his fellow c...
10/21/08 - Weighing in on workers
Unlike most Indian reservations in the country, the Yakama Nation is composed of many orchards, hop fields and vineyards that lure a large migrant work force each year...
10/21/08 - Pokagons, state settle casino funds feud
An American Indian tribe will start giving Michigan a portion of gambling revenues from a new casino in exchange for the right to open two more casinos under a settlement announced...
10/21/08 - Lighthorse Chief named Police Chief of the Year
Jason O’Neal, Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police Chief, was recognized for his pioneering work in cooperative law enforcement as he was awarded Chief of Police of the Year...
10/21/08 - Calif. man free in immigration fraud case in Kan.
A California man who admitted selling memberships for a group that claimed to be an American Indian tribe was sentenced Monday to time served for his part in a scheme to defraud im...
10/21/08 - Postcard from Lame Deer
It's native American awareness Week in Lame Deer, Mont., and time for the Clean Indian Joke Contest...
10/21/08 - Woman’s housing suit back to high court
The fifth time may be the charm for a Passamaquoddy woman whose lawsuits have been in court for a decade...
10/21/08 - Five arrested in drug raid plead not guilty
Five people arrested during a Thursday raid on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have pleaded not guilty to federal drug charges...
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