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Oklahoma Cherokee Attraction Plans New Look for 2010
The Ancient Village, a popular outdoor museum, will be rebuilt and open next summer at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Okla...
Dry Creek tribe eyes baseball park Other options also being considered for land south of Petaluma
The Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians is considering building a baseball stadium on 25 acres of its property just south of Petaluma, but the tribal chairman says that any venture will...
Hikers share in American Indian spirituality, community
Some wore hiking boots and others went barefoot along a 70-mile path that some say American Indians routinely traveled at least 2,000 years ago...
Minnesota Indian Tribe Calls on President Obama to Find Solution to Nuclear Waste Issue
The Prairie Island Indian Community today called on President Barack Obama to follow the law and deliver on the federal government's decades-old mandate and promise to establish a ...
Waiting game on casino decision
Still waiting on a decision...
Child-support case with a legal twist: Seminole leader Billie says U.S laws don't apply
Members of the Independent Traditional Seminole Nation of Florida call Bobby C. Billie their spiritual leader and medicine man...
NCAI launches Indian Country Counts census campaign
Gale Courey Toensing
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Casino group to begin collecting signatures
Leaders of a new group that’s launching a new effort to win approval for a casino in western Maine is ready to begin collecting signatures to force a referendum next year...
From the Desk of Senator Craig Johnson - October 16, 2009
The Senate Standing Committee on Investigations & Government Operations will be holding a hearing on the state’s inability to collect taxes from cigarettes sold to Non-native A...
Need for NAGPRA improvements laid out
WASHINGTON – “This is a repatriated item I’m wearing today. I wore it on purpose. You have no idea how important this is for me to wear...
Nez Perce & the “Book of Heaven”
The most likely scenario of when the Nez Perce tribes first learned of the Holy Bible, or as they called it-”The Book Of Heaven,” occurred in 1805...
NCAI rewards Larry EchoHawk with standing ovation
Gale Courey Toensing
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Lummi tribal election is Saturday
Three incumbents on the 11-member Lummi Indian Business Council are up for reelection this year, and all three face challengers in the primary election scheduled for 8 a.m...
Pelosi’s promise on health care reform and Indians
WASHINGTON – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has vowed to protect the rights of Native Americans in her quest to reform health care...
Questioning BIA’s Columbus holiday
Letter to the Editor
D uring a session at the recent 66th Annual Convention of the National Congress of American Indians in Palm Springs, Calif., a tribal leader brought up the issue of the BIA celebra...
Concerning the deaths in Sedona
Arvol Looking Horse
A s Keeper of our Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundle, I am concerned for the two deaths and illnesses of the many people who participated in a sweat lodge in Sedona, Ariz...
Native heritage important to South Dakota
Sen. John Thune, R-S.D.
A s people across South Dakota celebrate Native American Day, we reflect on the important contributions of Native Americans to our state’s history and culture...
White House announces nation-to-nation conference
WASHINGTON – White House officials chose Columbus Day to announce a first-of-its-kind conference to be held with leaders from all federally recognized tribes...
Wind River reservation closes schools over flu
Officials with Fremont County School District 21 are telling students to stay home this week because of a flu outbreak...
OBIT: Willard Varnell Oliver, 88, Navajo Code Talker during WWII
Willard Varnell Oliver, a member of the Navajo Code Talkers who confounded the Japanese during World War II by transmitting messages in their native language, died Wednesday...
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