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Photographer of Inuit Life Walks On
Enbridge Pipeline Approved in B.C.
Anaya: Native Consultation ‘Incipient’
Pow Wow From a Dancer's Point of View
Native 8-man Football Teams Dominate WA
12 Days of Posters: Fragua vs. Redskins
Beyoncé Evades NSA; Batman Takes Austin!
Brothers Pioneer Aquaponic Farming
Montana’s Pipeline to Prison & Suicide
Cherokee Doctor Named Child Advocate
Idle No More, One Year Later
Jackson Presents Removal Treaty For Land
I Confronted Dick Cheney About His Raci
Idle No More Founders in Foreign Policy
Children's Books With Native Slant
Lies and Indian Country's Census Numbers
How to Make the Census Count for Natives
Harry Reid Says 'No' to 'Redskins'
Tanis Parenteau by Thosh Collins
Radioactive Leak to Be Investigated
Things About Skins
Supplier diversity leaders headline speakers at NMSDC conference
NEW YORK – The National Minority Supplier Development Council announced Oct. 13 the headline speakers for its 2008 Annual Conference and Business Opportunity Fair in Las Vegas...
Indigenous women confront Columbus Day parade
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Thirteen indigenous women briefly halted the city’s annual Columbus Day parade in front of the state Capitol Oct...
White Earth Band is writing a new criminal code
WHITE EARTH, Minn. (AP) – Tribal leaders of the White Earth Band of Chippewa are writing a new criminal code to replace state law for members of the band...
Mashantuckets, UAW to discuss labor contract under tribal law
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
Mohegans’ information systems team recognized at TribalNet
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The tribal technology industry came together in full force at the ninth annual TribalNet conference in Scottsdale Sept. 29 – Oct. 2...
Ground blessing held near potential drilling site
MANDAREE, N.D. – A special ground blessing ceremony took place Oct...
Native American Bank appoints Dave Gilman as president, CEO
DENVER – Native American Bank announced Sept. 26 that David M. Gilman has been appointed as president and CEO of NABNA effective Sept. 15...
A legislative review of the 110th Congress
WASHINGTON – Despite committee hearings and leadership pronunciations that give the impression of ongoing official activity, Congress adjourned Oct...
Some blame NCAI for lack of health bill passage
Analysis WASHINGTON – There are many people to blame for the lack of passage of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act reauthorization to date, including multiple grandstanding mem...
Top judge’s remarks trigger investigation request from tribe
Gale Courey Toensing
‘Panoply of concerns’ raised over the latest NIGC regulations
WASHINGTON – National Indian Gaming Commission regulations on technical standards for gaming machines and minimum internal control standards at casinos have generated some of the s...
Hogen foresees fears realized in economic downturn
WASHINGTON – National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman Phil Hogen, officially withdrawing the rules he hoped would lay down his long-sought “bright line” between Class II and Clas...
Comprehensive gaming almanac now available
Gale Courey Toensing
NEWTON, Mass. – Tribal gaming brought in almost a quarter of the total $93-plus billion in revenue from the gaming industry in North America last year...
Reauthorized housing bill comes with advantages, some defeats
WASHINGTON – National American Indian Housing Council Executive Director Paul Lumley was feeling especially good at the close of business Oct. 14...
10/17/08 - PBS' 'NewsHour' Looks At Health Care Access Problems In New Mexico
PBS' "NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" on Wednesday examined access-to-care issues facing people who live in rural New Mexico, the state with the second-highest rate of uninsurance in the...
10/17/08 - Native American student finds NASU home away from home
When University student Carina Miller came to campus from the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Central Oregon, she experienced the culture shock of a lifetime...
10/17/08 - Tampa's Seminole Hard Rock Casino postpones addition of blackjack
Gamblers at Tampa's Seminole Hard Rock Casino won't double down any time soon...
10/17/08 - Its native tongue facing extinction, Native American tribe teaches the young
At 69, her eyes soft and creased with age, Alvena Oldman remembers how the teachers at St...
10/17/08 - State Indian casinos cashing in, booming
The expansion there, and at several other casinos around Oklahoma, indicates that the multibillion-dollar industry is going strong, despite an economic downturn plaguing the rest o...
10/17/08 - Kaweah janitor freed from jail
A Guatemalan janitor was freed from jail Thursday after sentencing for his role in the case against an unrecognized American Indian tribe that prosecutors say falsely promised immi...
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