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6/19/09
For nearly a decade, locals here have been fighting American Indians over the name of a dead-end dirt road...
6/19/09
The new director of the Indian Health Service is grateful that her boss is urging Congress to address problems at the underfunded agency, but Dr...
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press Writer
6/19/09
WASHINGTON – Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will launch a new multiyear effort to improve health care for American Indians, which she calls a “historic failu...
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
6/19/09
O n July 28 and 29, health care professionals from around the nation will gather in Las Vegas for the 2009 Health Equity Conference: Through the Cancer Lens , hosted by the America...
Rick Smith, Special to Today
6/19/09
A nthony Lee, a 15-year-old resident of the small enclave of Hessel, Mich., urgently needs a bone marrow transplant...
6/19/09
The 11th annual Gathering of the Pai will take place Friday through Sunday on the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Reservation...
6/19/09
General Manager Deeann Cates and the KwaTagNuk resort picked up some high praise when the Montana State Tourism Advisory Commission held its annual state convention in Polson this ...
6/19/09
Though it’s a long shot, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa officials apparently haven’t given up on their dream of building a casino in Grand Forks...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
6/19/09
HEMET, Calif. – Legendry actress and icon Raquel Welch met with Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians tribal members and spoke of the importance of Native American culture May 2...
6/19/09
A coalition of American Indian tribes wants to open a drug and alcohol treatment center near Sheridan, Wyo., that would use a traditional approach to wellness to rehabilitate as ma...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
6/19/09
RINCON, Calif...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
6/19/09
PALA, Calif. – A director in the Pala Band of Mission Indians environmental program received an award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
6/19/09
SEATTLE – The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe has received a federal $400,000 grant to assess, clean up and redevelop a former industrial property...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
6/19/09
TULALIP, Wash. – The U.S...
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
6/19/09
S ome 350,000 Amazon Natives finally got Peruvian President Alan Garcia’s government to make good on a year-old promise to sit down for talks while the government party in Congress...
Letter to the Editor
6/19/09
About a decade ago, Indian Country Today invited its Native readership to engage in meaningful discussions of common-held principles – community, cultural lifeways and matters of s...
Letter to the Editor
6/19/09
I am very glad to announce that the 2009 Northern Plains Youth Group Parent and Child Camp was a huge success. The camp was held June 12 – 14 at Trenton Lake, N.D...
Letter to the Editor
6/19/09
I just had to write in answer to the letter entitled “Hate Crime Laws Unfair,” [Vol. 28, No. 52]. The writer, Mr. Casey, apparently doesn’t live in the same United States as I do...
Letter to the Editor
6/19/09
Klamath River issues are complex and can be confusing...
Letter to the Editor
6/19/09
Yes, it is long past time for this country to acknowledge the atrocities, genocides and holocausts visited upon the entirely innocent indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere b...

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