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Petition to put UND nickname up for a vote to go before tribal council today
A petition seeking to put UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname on the ballot at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation is up before the Tribal Council today, according to a nickname supporte...
Along the same lines
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Climate change is now and will continue to affect nearly every aspect of our society and the environment, increasing the severity of floods, droughts, and heat waves, ...
Tribe to conduct prescribed burns this spring
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is forecasting a “hot” fire season, but conducting prescribed burns is one way to help prevent uncontrolled fires, which can damage ho...
Exxon Mobil to pay $32.2 mln in whistleblower case
Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N) will pay $32.2 million to the United States to resolve claims that some of its units knowingly underpaid royalties owed on natural gas, the Justice Departm...
Federal Advisory Council Wants to Block Cape Cod Offshore Wind Farm
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is asking the U.S...
Tribe that operates Red Hawk Casino still fighting $107 million lawsuit
Long before it opened Red Hawk Casino, the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians ran a small gambling hall in a tent-like structure off Highway 50...
Museum showcases American Indian art
Perhaps the single most salient feature of American Indian culture is the perfection and mastery with which such a wide variety of natural materials were used to make both special ...
A matter of identity
They are few in number. They are scattered. The history they share, more or less, is splintered and disputed...
Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation v. Thurston County Board of Equalization
This matter comes before the Court on Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (Dkt. 100) and Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment Re: Bracker Preemption (Dkt. 107)...
Navajo Nation stands by power plant despite snags
The challenges facing a proposed coal-fired power plant on the country's largest Indian reservation are stark: the withdrawal of a key federal permit, no secured customer or transm...
Santa Ynez Chumash Tribe Buys 1,390 Acres
In 2004, Fess Parker was in negations with the Chumash tribe to build a new hotel, golf course and tribal housing on some very key property, but the deal fell through...
Greater Native control sought in eagle issues
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Some tribal officials from the Northern Plains and other Indian leaders object to federal interference in American Indians’ use of eagle feathers and advocate greater Nati...
Native American woman takes over as BLM’s Phoenix District manager
A long with the challenges that come with every new job, Angelita Bulletts has an additional adjustment as the Bureau of Land Management’s Phoenix District manager...
Bay Staters spent $968M on out-of-state gambling last year
Gale Courey Toensing
DARTMOUTH, Mass. – The way Massachusetts residents spent money gaming last year, one would never know the country is in the midst of the worst recession in decades...
New report provides tribal energy outlook
WASHINGTON – A new report finds that tribes disproportionately bear negative costs resulting from U.S...
University of Michigan prepares to return remains
WASHINGTON – A new rule involving the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act has one of the nation’s largest research institutions preparing to return a collection ...
New Midwest BIA director announced
WASHINGTON – BIA Director Jerry Gidner announced March 4 that he has named Diane K. Rosen as regional director of the BIA’s Midwest Regional Office in Ft. Snelling, Minn...
HUD funds against lead paint
WASHINGTON – The Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $13 million in grants to 25 local projects “to conduct a wide range of activities that include el...
Newcomb: On the Indian title of ‘occupancy’
I n the 1923 case Cramer v. United States , the U.S...
Holding the Olympic legacy
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
N ow that the 2010 Winter Olympics are over, First Nations in British Columbia, Canada are hoping the warm feelings will extend far beyond the games...
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