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Gale Courey Toensing
9/25/09
WASHINGTON – At a hearing in front of the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston Jan...
Staff reports
9/25/09
L aura Weber, solid waste manager for the St...
Staff reports
9/25/09
BISMARCK, N.D. (UTN) – The five tribes of North Dakota are urging a settlement in the 10-year-old lawsuit by American Indian ranchers against the U. S. Department of Agriculture...
Letter to the Editor
9/25/09
I am the band booster director at Central High School in Phoenix, Ariz...
Charles E. Trimble
9/25/09
T wo years ago my wife and I vacationed in France, although I had some apprehension about the trip. For many years I had a general dislike for the French...
Letter to the Editor
9/25/09
W hile President Obama challenged other world leaders at the United Nations to “move forward together” on climate change, efforts to achieve domestic environmental legislation hit ...
Staff reports
9/25/09
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/25/09
WASHINGTON – Phil Hogen, chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission will be stepping down after nine years on the job...
9/25/09
On the fourth Friday of September for the past eight years, the state has celebrated the history of some of its oldest residents...
9/25/09
The Navajo Nation covers 27,000 square miles and has a population of one-quarter of a million people. Yet, its criminal justice system is woefully inadequate...
9/25/09
A bill filed yesterday by U.S. Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-North Dakota, could pave the way for the Mashpee Wampanoag to get land into trust for a casino...
9/25/09
Earlier this month, our tribe held an election for Tribal Council. Every two years, our six voting districts elect tribal council representatives...
9/25/09
A California Indian tribe that had partnered with the Mashantucket Pequots on a $300 million casino expansion project revealed in a federal lawsuit this month that the Mashantucket...
9/25/09
Lummi tribal members and employees this summer began surveying the tribe’s 7,000 acres of tidelands to determine what lives there...
9/25/09
Members of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe who oppose the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname say they will seek reversal of a Tribal Council resolution supporting the...
9/25/09
More than 1,400 artifacts stolen from ancient Native American graves and sacred sites in five Western states were returned Thursday to several local tribes...
Staff reports
9/24/09
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Gaming Commission recently announced new technology available to tribes to obtain background information on prospective license applicants...
9/24/09
The city of North Bend is suing the Coquille Indian Tribe and its business entity for breach of contract...
9/24/09
Tribes behind the Beloit Casino Project remain “guardedly optimistic” after a national newspaper this week reported the Obama administration is reconsidering decisions made under t...

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