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NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
State of Indian Nations Addressed Issues
Alleged Party Leads to Conversation
Shoni Schimmel Madness!
Murkowski Blasts Obama Alaska Protection
Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
Blackhorse Goes Toe-to-Toe With Shelly
Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
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Treatment of Indians Inspired Hitler
Thing About Skins
Monument Valley proud of Gates Millennium Scholarship students
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
KAYENTA, Ariz. – A Native high school in Arizona is rather proud of some of its recent graduates...
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The U.S. military veterans of Akwesasne will be honored at a ceremony on Veteran’s Day, Nov...
NW Indian College to house library of famous Indian writer
Dean Kahn, The Bellingham Herald, Wash.
(MCT) – For now, the 2,000 or so books are stored in 96 boxes at Northwest Indian College , but in a few years they will fill a special reading room dedicated to Vine Deloria Jr...
Training for where the wild things are
Chester Allen, The Olympian
TENINO, Wash. (AP) – Fiona, a Mexican gray wolf, slowly curled her long, red tongue, but the rest of her sleek body was almost motionless...
New antennas help biologists study salmon
Todd Dvorak, Associated Press Writer
WARREN, Idaho – Biologists studying salmon in the Pacific Northwest have for decades lost track of the fish just as they set out on life’s last leg, that final upstream lunge to sp...
Native students encouraged to embrace their culture
Holly Bowen, Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Moscow, Idaho
(MCT) – Cameron Piscoya thinks many Native Americans choose not to go to college because they don’t want to leave the support and traditions of their families at home...
Seattle attorney named to two lists of top young leaders
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Gabriel S. Galanda decided he wanted to be an attorney while he was a high school student doing clerical work in a law firm in his hometown of Port Angeles...
Mewuks maintaining forests while preserving historic sites
Dana M. Nichols, The Record, Stockton, Calif.
WEST POINT (MCT) – After 160 years, Mewuks are again maintaining meadows in the forests above West Point...
PCL Construction superintendent honored
PRIOR LAKE, Minn. – On Nov. 5, PCL Construction Services Inc...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
O f all the many roles we may take on as employees, managers and administrators, perhaps one of the least expected but most important is our role in crisis intervention...
Talking Stick names new executive chef
PepsiCo named Corporation of the Year
NEW ORLEANS – The National Minority Supplier Development Council honored PepsiCo with its prestigious Corporation of the Year Award Oct...
New Mexico curio shop listed in National Register
SAN FIDEL, N.M...
Native American entrepreneurs have new resource in pro bono business law clinic
MINNEAPOLIS – Best & Flanagan LLP , in collaboration with the American Indian Economic Development Fund and the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce, recently formed a...
Native CDFIs honored for helping build economies
Corrections encourages Native American job applicants
The agency is soliciting applicants interested in filling five positions as probation and parole offers specializing in supervision of Native American offenders, and encourages qua...
American Indian speaker scheduled for GVSU conference says casinos are 'American achievement'
More than a decade of debate has shown that a tribal casino under construction in Wayland Township represents different things to different people...
The bitter tears of Johnny Cash
In July 1972, musician Johnny Cash sat opposite President Richard Nixon in the White House's Blue Room...
Weekend event to feature American Indian culture
The Oxford Community Arts Center will be hosting "Giving Our Hearts Away," a Native American-Indian cultural diversity event, from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 14 and from 1 to 6 p.m. Nov...
Pueblo living gone mod
The Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority's newest residential development recently won an award from the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development as an outstanding exampl...
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