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School Board OKs agreement with Yerington tribe to improve education services
In a step to "make sure Native American students don't fall through the cracks," the Lyon County School District Board of Trustees approved a "Memorandum of Agreement" Sept...
Senate gets Lumbee bill
Federal recognition for the Lumbee Tribe took a necessary step forward on Thursday with legislation making its way to the U.S. Senate...
Utah Students Get Straight Scoop from Utah’s Natives
Did you know that the Ute tribe manages one of the largest herds of buffalo in the United States; or that the Paiute have a strong tradition of female leadership; or that the Navaj...
Korean War veteran laid to rest after 59 years
A slow, rumbling drumbeat echoed across the hillsides of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation last weekend as drummers led a somber procession down a gravel road toward a small, p...
Lummi Nation wants Whatcom County ferry dock off Gooseberry Point
Lummi Nation wants to redevelop Gooseberry Point, and it doesn't want Whatcom County's ferry dock to be part of the equation, county officials announced Friday, Oct. 2...
Calif. authorities: 1981 triple murder was hit job
California authorities believe an unsolved 1981 triple murder at the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians was a hit job orchestrated by a tribal casino director, financial adviser and o...
The Green Divide meets tribal politics
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
White House clears Skibine for interim NIGC chair
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The White House has approved George Skibine to be interim chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission ...
Native roping champ
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
CASA GRANDE, Ariz...
Hopi Tribe hopes to reopen restored I-40 rest stop
Hillary Davis, Arizona Daily Sun
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – It started with the arrows...
Master Key combines wellness with success
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Overcoming Native lending barriers
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – The federal Community Development Financial Institutions Fund has awarded $4.4 million to 10 Native CDFIs , bringing its funding for the year to more than $16 million,...
Brian Busey looking to inspire others
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
OKLAHOMA CITY – Brian Busey is hoping one of his recent accolades will inspire others...
The CODEGreen Commitment
VALLEY CENTER, Calif...
‘Soil Not Oil,’ by Vandana Shiva
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
R eading “ Soil not Oil ” is hard work...
Energy partnership allows First Nations to develop own resources
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
C reating an environment where tribes and First Nations can be proactive in energy investments on their land is what the private equity development fund, known as Native American R...
‘Power Paths’ to air nationally on ‘Independent Lens’
SAN FRANCISCO – “Power Paths” follows the efforts of American Indian tribes as they explore ways to bring renewable energy projects into their communities...
Assets and opportunities in Indian country
Tracey Fischer, Guest columnist
A report recently released by the Corporation for Enterprise Development , a national nonprofit that looks at the wealth, poverty and financial security of families in the United S...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
I n these tough economic times it’s important to consider ways we can cut back on expenses. Businesses and tribal organizations are feeling the economic crunch...
Judge rejects NY, counties’ land trust challenges
The Associated Press
VERONA, N.Y. (AP) – A federal judge has upheld the U.S...
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