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Bill aims to shut state out of crimes committed on Indian land
Investigations into two fatal traffic accidents involving Miccosukee tribe members come as one South Florida lawmaker has resurrected a bill that would prohibit the state from inve...
Fort Sill tribe against moving Geronimo's remains
A descendant tribe to that of Geronimo's 19th century tribal band may protest an attempt to repatriate the legendary American Indian's remains to New Mexico...
PALA: Tribe gets OK to broadcast radio signal
The Pala Band of Mission Indians soon may broadcast a radio station from its North County reservation, tribal leaders announced Wednesday. The U.S...
Spirit Lake council mulls nickname vote
A decision whether to hold a referendum on UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname will be before the Spirit Lake Tribal Council on Saturday, according to a supporter of the referendum...
Former Tribal Employee Sentenced for Felony Embezzlement from a Tribal Organization
Dorothy Mae Endfield, 50, of Cibecue, Ariz. and a former employee at the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Cibecue Commercial Center, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Earl H...
Buffalo Thunder says it will weather storm
Officials with the Buffalo Thunder Resort at Pojoaque Pueblo said they have been hit hard by the economy, but are seeing much more business recently, despite a dismal economic repo...
Native American Visit
The 6th graders at Tinora Elementary school were treated with a visit by some Native Americans on February 13th...
Urbana art spotlights Chief controversy
Artist Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds was featured in an opening reception Wednesday for his work titled "Beyond the Chief." Heap of Birds, whose work has been exhibited in muse...
LaMere to speak today at UI library
Native American social and political activist Frank LaMere will speak from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. today at the Shambaugh Auditorium in the University of Iowa Main Library...
Lawsuit Renews Mystery Of Geronimo's Skull
Harlyn Geronimo, on the 100th anniversary of his great-grandfather's death, has stirred up questions about whether the great Indian warrior's skull resides at the Tomb — the New Ha...
Goalkeeper puts safety first
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
M ike Thompson is most known for being one of the world’s best lacrosse goal tenders...
The ‘redface’ era returns
Rob Schmidt, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – The great era of the Western movie – the middle of the 20th century – was also the era of “redface.” Non-Native actors played Indians in dark makeup, horsehair wigs a...
Social Worker Position- Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria- 02/18/09
Social Worker Position, Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, Rohnert Park, CA http://www.figrtanf.com/jobdescription1.html
Expert: Governor won’t open talks with tribe on Middleboro casino
Gov. Deval Patrick isn’t likely to begin negotiating a casino deal with the Mashpee Wampanoags, as the tribe’s new chairman hopes, a UMass gambling researcher said Tuesday...
Rep. Norma Chávez files gaming bill
The Tiguas in El Paso are taking another shot at the Texas Legislature, hoping this will be the year that lawmakers will allow them to restart gambling at Speaking Rock Casino.Stat...
Tax would target sale of tribal land
It could soon become more expensive for Tulalip tribal members who want to develop reservation land and sell it to non-Indians...
Waters still turbulent in Klamath dam deal
Northern California Indian tribes and conservationists on Tuesday express disparities over whether the state's lead water quality agency should give more time to negotiations or fo...
Cowlitz casino request in hands of D.C. officials
The Cowlitz Indian Tribe's request to establish a 152-acre reservation, along with building a $510 million casino complex, is in the hands of federal decision makers in Washington,...
Cody Hall lands a ‘Nugget’ of a job
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Cody Hall got a bit more than he bargained for when a new minor professional hockey team came to his hometown...
Plans advance for proposed casino
The work by federal, tribal and local officials completed this year will play a large role in whether a proposed American Indian casino becomes a reality at the site that includes ...
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