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Seminole Hard Rock celebrates 5th anniversary
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is celebrating its fifth anniversary...
Indian health center to double in size
Crews are expected to break ground next month on a 26,000-square-foot addition to the Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa that will double the size of the facility...
O'odham to rebury bones
The Tohono O'odham Nation will soon rebury the remains of nearly 200 of their ancestors, dug up in the late 1970s and early '80s by teams of archaeologists working on what was then...
Tribe to receive chunk of stimulus cash
The Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians will receive an undisclosed part of a national $500 million economic rescue package to replace aging water and sewer facilities...
Border Tribe In Midst of Drug Smuggling 'Crisis'
This year, law enforcement agencies expect to seize as much as 800,000 pounds of marijuana crossing one stretch of border in southern Arizona that runs through the Tohono O'odham I...
Small successes come hard in battle over mascots
Twenty nine years ago I wrote my first column about high school, college and professional sports teams using American Indians as mascots for their fun and games...
Appeals court upholds uranium mining curb on Navajo lands
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Navajo Nation’s anti-uranium mining ban scored a victory April 17 when the 10th Circuit Court upheld federal, rather than state, control over a permit for a proposed i...
Proposed IHS budget increase welcome news
Mary Kim Titla, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – “My husband’s job is uncertain right now...
Cheyenne River Youth Project gears up for growing season
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
Menominee file casino lawsuit
The Menominee Nation has filed a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the U.S...
Appeals Court Sides with Tema In Suit Challenging Trademark
A federal appeals court yesterday handed the Washington Redskins another victory in their long-running legal dispute with Native American activists over the teams name.
NM panel mulls Mount Taylor protections
American Indian tribes have appealed to a committee to protect their sacred mountain, considered one of the most endangered historical landscapes in the country, as private landown...
Mohegan Sun Casino opens local office
Officials at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Connecticut said they are opening a storefront office in downtown Palmer tomorrow to demonstrate their commitment to building a new gambling ...
21st annual Snow Moutain Pow-Wow
Celebrating the American Indian culture and open to all Southern Nevadans, this annual Pow-Wow brings together dancers in traditional dress, artisans and singers from across the co...
Toppenish educator provides link to history
It was hard for Toppenish teachers to understand why a funeral could keep Yakama Nation students away from school for a week...
Navajos largely unscathed by recession
Talk at the community center in this small Navajo town isn't as focused on the economy as it is in many places off the reservation...
IHS releases $500 million to improve health care and boost economy in Indian country
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
University of Idaho expands Native offerings
Jack McNeel, Today Correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho , which sits on the aboriginal homeland of the Nez Perce Tribe and is situated midway between that tribe and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, is com...
Cobell hopes May 11 judges see past ‘perjury’
Jerry Reynolds, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Lead plaintiff Elouise Cobell fastened upon a three-judge panel’s queries on monetary distribution and private trust standards May 11 as a positive indicator of the ap...
Rosebud Tribe battles Black Hills lawsuit
WASHINGTON – Rosebud tribal leaders are asking for time to work out an agreement with the Obama administration and Congress before any courts decide to dole out a decades-old finan...
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