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Peter Pan Live! Picks its Tiger Lily
NWIFC's Loomis, Salmon and Treaty Rights
California Native American Day Friday
IHS Offers Student Opportunities
Military Legacy Honored with Mem. Bricks
Seattle Poised to Replace Columbus Day
Tagaq Wins Polaris Prize, Trashes PETA
Mr. Smith Kills Chief Wahoo
World Conference on Indigenous Peoples
Cherokee Student Leading Oklahoma FFA
Mexica Dancers Share Ancient Traditions
Artist Painted Herself out of a Corner
Comedy Central’s South Park Mocks Snyder
Is Global Warming the Reason to Vote?
Mike Tyson Featured in Turning Stone Ad
People's Climate March Draws 400,000
The Hoop of Learning
Equality Between Nations and States
#Redskinsnomore Breaks New Ground
Thing About Skins
No ‘loophole’ in Native business success
Letter to the Editor
F or the past several years there has been considerable congressional and public attention paid to government contracts...
Newcomb: The right of Christian invasion
A t its 76th General Convention in Anaheim, Calif., July 8 – 17, the Episcopal Church adopted a resolution entitled, “Repudiating the Doctrine of Discovery.” I’d like to discuss th...
Humetewa officially resigns
WASHINGTON – Diane J. Humetewa, the first American Indian woman to serve as a U.S. attorney, has confirmed that she will resign from her position, effective Aug. 2...
Appeals court rules for casino
The Northwood Casino was licensed and built in compliance with federal law at the time, a three-judge federal panel has decided...
Bureau of Indian Affairs head plans Sullivan visit
The head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is coming to Sullivan County to tour potential casino sites...
Tribe revives gang task force
A recent resurgence of gang violence on the Puyallup Tribal Reservation, specifically tribal housing developments, has prompted a revival of a gang task force to help snuff out suc...
Skokomish Tribe reclaims its land, breath
This lakeside vacation spot has long been known as Camp Cushman...
Tulalip member dropped from suit
A Snohomish County Superior Court judge on Wednesday dismissed a Tulalip tribal member who was named in a lawsuit over a firework that destroyed a man’s eye...
Continental Carbon Co., Ponca Tribe reach settlement in pollution lawsuit
A $10.5 million settlement has been worked out in a class-action lawsuit brought by the Ponca Tribe of Indians and about 1,800 other landowners against Continental Carbon Co...
Tribe gambles on lawsuit, ad campaign to secure casino's future
The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma filed a motion in federal court Wednesday to counter a recent federal order that told the tribe to stop gaming at an Akela casino...
American Indian bones found at Danville high school construction site
Human skeletal remains of as many as 20 American Indians from the Bay Miwok tribe have been uncovered at the construction site of a new high school gym in Danville, a representativ...
Barker seeks tourism boycott of Cherokees in NC
Longtime animal rights activist Bob Barker is calling for a tourism boycott of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians because the tribe allows bears to be kept in pits as an attracti...
Natives use Twitter to showcase sacred site
Ponca Tribe settles carbon suit
American Indians owning land and homes around a carbon black plant near here have settled their lawsuit against the plant’s owners for $10.5 million...
Recount upheld in Standing Rock chairman runoff
A tribal election commission upheld the results of last week's recount in a primary election for tribal chairman on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation...
South Dakota Native Elsie Meeks sworn in as director of USDA's Rural Development
Elsie Meeks of Kyle was sworn in Tuesday as director of rural development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
Penobscot Indian Nation seeking greater recognition for ex-Cleveland Spider Sockalexis
Leaders of Maine's Penobscot Indian Nation say it's time for a pioneering baseball player from their tribe to be properly recognized for his contributions to America's pastime...
Archeologists uncover two-century old artifacts near San Gabriel mission
Archeologists uncovered the remains of an old mill and several other artifacts used by priests and Indians near the San Gabriel Mission as early as the 1770s, officials confirmed T...
Court orders state to stop selling dredge mining permits
The state Department of Fish and Game has suspended sales of all suction dredging permits, following an Alameda County Superior Court order that was reaffirmed Tuesday...
Diné apprenticeship program prepares Navajo workers for energy industry
Family members of the 20 men and women who embarked Monday on a 10-week pre-apprenticeship program were told they need to be the backbone in an endeavor that could change the futur...
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