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New hotel opens in the midst of Navajo Nation
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MCT) - Naming the Navajo Nation's new hotel at Monument Valley Tribal Park was easy...
First Nations Buys Able Card Corp.
First Nations Capital Partners (FNCP) announced today its first acquisition: Able Card Corporation, a maker of plastic cards in Duarte, Calif. The deal will keep Able Card Corp...
Gang workshop at Greyhills High School
John Christian Hopkins, Today correspondent
TUBA CITY, Ariz. – The message scrawled in black marker on the wall of the boy’s bathroom stall at the Greyhills Academy High School was simple: “Stop claiming black gangs...
St. Regis Mohawk Health Services provide box gardens to diabetics
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – “The St. Regis Mohawk Health Services in Akwesasne, N.Y...
Supreme Court denies appeal in Wyoming eagle case
A member of the Northern Arapaho tribe who killed a bald eagle for use in an American Indian ceremony could face up to a year in jail after the U.S...
Book honors black, American Indian patriots
As we near the end of Black History Month, it’s time we told you about a very fine book published last year by the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution...
Tribe wants all artifacts out
The leader of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is upset with plans to remove just 25 percent of American Indian artifacts from the site of an airport runway expansion in North ...
Fruitport Township in line for Indian-related road funds
Nearly every road in Fruitport Township is now eligible for financial assistance based on the American Indian-owned land in the township...
Northwest natives preserve storytelling tradition
Storyteller Cecil Cheeka, whose father was a member of the Makah Nation and whose mother was a member of the Squaxin Island tribe, explained to a crowd at The Evergreen State Colle...
A new casino defies the odds: it's drawing crowds
On a Tuesday afternoon at the Red Hawk casino, slot machines ca-chinged nonstop, the cafe had a wait and cocktail waitresses in gold lame bounced from table to table like pinballs...
Navajo coal royalty case heads to Supreme Court
Coal has proved to be a valuable resource for the Navajo Nation, providing tens of millions of dollars in revenue each year to the tribe and jobs to its people on a reservation whe...
Fight over smoking in casinos continues
Connecticut lawmakers are renewing efforts to persuade the state's two federally recognized Indian tribes to kick the habit of allowing smoking at their casinos...
Fate of 18-acre parcel is key in fight of tribes to put land in federal trust
It’s an 18-acre parcel, cluttered with abandoned buildings and ringed by wooded lots and fields, and once used by the U. S. Air Force for testing radios and radar...
Tribal embassy nears reality
WASHINGTON – Officials with the National Congress of American Indians are close to sealing a deal on a building that will house a long-planned Embassy of Tribal Nations in Washingt...
Scholars against desecration
Letter to the Editor
We declare our opposition to SB 992/HB 1174 and SB 502/HB 1370 and any other legislation that would transfer Mauna Kea to the University of Hawai’i...
Trimble: Life and times of the Indian press
Charles E. Trimble
Time Magazine recently blared this headline: “How to Save Your Newspaper.” The magazine itself appears to need the same advice, for without the advertising in these troubled times,...
Mohegan will fight casino smoking ban
Gale Courey Toensing
HARTFORD, Conn. – The legislative session is new, but a proposed bill to ban smoking at the state’s two Indian casinos is déjà vu all over again...
Rivalry intensifies as season begins
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
TORONTO, Ont. – Some off-season moves have intensified the rivalry between a pair of professional lacrosse franchises in New York...
Cayugas stop cigarette sales at their stores
The Cayuga Nation of New York has stopped selling cigarettes from its Lakeside Trading stores while it appeals a state Supreme Court ruling against the tribe in the most recent rou...
Crow Tribal Chairman Carl Venne dies
Gale Courey Toensing
BILLINGS, Mont. – Carl Venne, the leader of the Crow Tribe, died suddenly Sunday, Feb. 15, at the age of 62. Venne, the tribal chairman, was found at about 8:30 a.m...
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