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10/16/08 - Chippewa Cree deny election results protest
The Chippewa Cree Tribe's election board on Wednesday denied a tribal member's attempt to protest the results of last week's primary election on the Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation...
10/16/08 - Museum told to give remains to Onondaga
The State Museum should return the disputed centuries-old remains of at least 180 individuals to the Onondaga Indian Nation, according to a federal review panel...
10/16/08 - Smoke shops raided
The Oklahoma Tax Commission raids two Indian smoke shops in Henryetta for allegedly selling contraband cigarettes...
Briggs: Facing up to the past online
L ast month I started a Facebook page as a way of making good on my talk about the importance of reaching out by digital means...
10/15/08 - Developer says casino promoters eyeing parcel abutting tribal land
A Charlestown developer who owns 81 acres abutting the Narragansett Indians’ tribal land told town officials that three potential buyers –– including two casino promoters –– have o...
10/15/08 - U.S. asked to shut down Seminole slots, card games
Attorney General Bill McCollum Tuesday renewed his call for the federal government to shut down the Las Vegas-style card games and slot machines operating at the Seminoles' Hard Ro...
10/15/08 - Tribe Could Make History
There was a time, not so long ago, when some people in southeastern Connecticut worried that the two casino tribes, newly rich and expansion-minded, were going to burst out of thei...
10/15/08 - U.S. prosecutors say defendant supplied gun that killed Canadian woman in '75
For the first time, federal prosecutors handling a 1975 slaying on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have directly accused one of the defendants of supplying the gun that killed An...
10/15/08 - The Chumash Indian Tribe Is Making Sure Nobody Goes Hungry
Despite hard economic times, the Chumash Indian Tribe is working to ensure no one goes hungry...
10/15/08 - ASU’s Indian Legal Program expanding
With 22 Native American tribes in Arizona, the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law is expanding its programs for the native legal community...
10/15/08 - Cherokee council upholds veto
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith's veto of legislation involving funding for four clinics has been upheld by the Tribal Council...
10/15/08 - Tribes oppose set of proposed security rules
Pushing ahead in an edgy standoff with Indian tribes, California's gambling commission voted yesterday to impose a set of minimum security standards on tribal casinos...
10/15/08 - Tribe nears electric control
Development Manager and Communications Manager- First Nations Oweesta Corporation- 10/15/08
Title: Development Manager and Communications Manager Location: Rapid City, SD Company: First Nations Oweesta Corporation Website/E-mail: http://oweesta.org/about/employment / info...
Playboy Golf Scramble returns to Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Kirkpatrick endorsed by Arizona tribal leaders
PRESCOTT, Ariz. – Former prosecutor and state legislator Ann Kirkpatrick, candidate to represent Arizona’s 1st Congressional District Oct...
Padilla: Combating fake Indian Arts and Crafts: a proposal for action
Helen B. Padilla
I n 1935, Congress enacted the first of several laws – the Indian Arts and Crafts Act –aimed at putting an end to trafficking in non-genuine Indian arts and crafts...
10/14/08 - BIA keep surges on Pine Ridge and Standing Rock
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is sending extra officers to the Standing Rock and Pine Ridge Indian reservations beyond the previously set deadlines of the surges, but the long-term ...
10/14/08 - Mills: Perceptions of others can break you, but pursuing dreams heals
What Billy Mills learned in his 44 years since stepping down from the podium in Tokyo's National Stadium of the 1964 Olympics is summed up in a word: perception...
10/14/08 - 18-year-old killed in Minneapolis alley drive-by was shot in heart
Rap music gave purpose to Jesse Mickelson's life...
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