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Choctaw Indian Fair weaves culture, tradition
The 60th annual Mississippi Choctaw Indian Fair begins this week, showcasing a mixture of vibrant Choctaw culture, national musical acts and even a performance of Disney's High Sch...
Budget provision favors Oneida Tribe, irks Hobart
A provision in the new state budget allows the Oneida Indian Tribe to seek liquor licenses directly from the state, completely bypassing local municipalities...
$90M In Recovery Act Funds To Bolster Water Services In Indian Country And Create Jobs
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S...
Okla. Indian casino revenue rises 23 percent
The 29 Oklahoma-based American Indian tribes that offer gambling contributed almost $106 million to state coffers during the just-completed fiscal year, according to a report from ...
Native Americans Benefit from Federal Recovery Act
Native American tribes in Maine will soon have improved access to drinking water...
Federal stimulus money to help Neb. tribes
The Winnebago and Iowa tribes in Nebraska will be among those getting a cut of $90 million in federal stimulus money aimed at improving access to drinking water and wastewater serv...
Minn. tribe to dedicate wind turbine plant
The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe is investing in a new type of wind turbine designed for use by homes and businesses...
Jacobson House lives and breathes tradition of Native art
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
NORMAN, Okla. – The Jacobson House Native Art Center was filled Feb...
Move It! kits meant to motivate educators and parents
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – With little exercise and poor eating habits, American Indian children are one of the groups most vulnerable to Type 2 diabetes. Dr...
County Commission split over Fond du Lac land acquisition
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
CLOQUET, Minn. – A majority of commissioners on the St...
Micmacs acquire 600 acres of trust land on former air force base
Gale Courey Toensing
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – The Interior Department has taken more than 600 acres of land into trust for the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians ...
Minnesota tribes fight Enbridge oil pipeline
John Myers, Duluth News Tribune
MSU student juggles school, family while building community for Indians on campus
Anne Pettinger, MSU News Service
Teaching indigenous philosophy and culture
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe passed a referendum June 6 saying the tribe should exit the national electricity grid and form an independent utility company...
Tibetan monks, Maidu Native Americans celebrate similar cultural experiences
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
GRASS VALLEY, Calif. – For the second year, visiting Tibetan monks and members of the Tsi-Akim Maidu Tribe shared an evening of culture...
Cherokee sisters and EarthKeepers plant 12,000 trees
Greg Peterson, Today correspondent
Together we can make a difference in a child’s life
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – The 9th Annual National Tribal Child Support Association Training Conference is being held July 12 – 16 in the Regency Ballroom of the Hilton Hotel in Milwaukee...
Umatillas and USFS reach grazing agreement
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PENDLETON, Ore. – The U.S...
Poarch Creek donates $500,000 to Alabama Department of Archives and History
ATMORE, Ala. – The Poarch Band of Creek Indians has donated $500,000 for the development of new museum exhibits at the Alabama Department of Archives and History ...
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