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10/02/08 - Riverside County set to collect $13M payout from tribes
Coachella Valley and other Riverside County communities are back in business with tribal funds to help offset increased traffic and other impacts of casinos thanks to a bill that t...
10/02/08 - Cherokees take charge of hospital
As the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services flag outside the W.W...
10/02/08 - Simpson earns trip to Las Vegas, INFR
When Robert Simpson was growing up on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation near Lame Deer, there came a time when he had a choice to make...
10/02/08 - Judge sentences man to 46 years
A federal judge sentenced a resident of the Wind River Indian Reservation to more than 46 years in prison for aggravated child sexual abuse and possession of child pornography, acc...
10/02/08 - Tribe pushes boundary issue
The Northern Arapaho Tribe is suing Fremont County and the state of Wyoming in the hopes of finally settling a decades-old boundary dispute, a spokesman for the tribe confirmed Wed...
Adapting to climate change
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BOULDER, Colo. – Polar bears clinging helplessly to dwindling ice floes form a vivid image in the collective mind as it contemplates global warming...
SACNAS national conference celebrates 35th anniversary
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
SANTA CRUZ, Calif...
From assimilation to renaissance
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Richard Henry Pratt must be turning in his grave. Pratt, a U.S...
‘Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julia E. Tuell,’ by Dan Aadland
Jill Ingram, Today correspondent
With “Women and Warriors of the Plains: The Pioneer Photography of Julia E...
‘Indigenous Seeds,’ by Dan Green
Becky Shay, Today correspondent
"Indigenous Seeds” is author Al Amanacer’s compilation of a journal written by Dan Green as he follows a sometimes strange and frustrating path to discover the power of “Teta Teeni...
2008 World Indigenous Peoples Conference focuses on education
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
MELBOURNE, Australia – Preparations are under way for the World Indigenous Peoples Conference: Education (WIPC:E), to be held on the traditional lands of the Kulin Nation in Melbou...
10/1/08 - Regalia of Oregon's Native tribes on display at museum
Salem-area museumgoers are in for a first this fall as Willamette University opens "The Art of Ceremony: Regalia of Native Oregon" next weekend...
10/1/08 - La Center responds to tribe's offer
The federal government says the Cowlitz Indian Tribe needs to compensate La Center for projected losses to the city’s gambling revenue...
10/1/08 - Native American casinos also subject to regulatory controls
Everyone is aware of the strict guidelines and operating procedures to which state-regulated casinos are held...
10/1/08 - Nine Mile Canyon: Oil drilling hits preservation snag
A Denver energy company's plan to drill more than 800 natural-gas wells in eastern Utah's relic-rich Nine Mile Canyon is in trouble with a top federal historical preservation agenc...
10/1/08 - Native American remains found
The recent discovery of human remains prompted an investigation that confirmed them to be of Native American origin and ultimately resulted in their return for proper burial...
10/1/08 - Chippewa Cree courts get $800,000 for three programs
The Chippewa Cree Tribe's court system has received three grants to help address substance abuse and tribal justice problems on the Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation...
10/1/08 - Tribe sues government officials
An Oklahoma Indian tribe is suing several government officials in an effort to stop the planned transfer of an Indian hospital to another Oklahoma tribe...
10/1/08 - Oklahoma tribe sues over hospital transfer
A lawsuit filed by an Oklahoma-based Indian tribe asks that the planned transfer of an Indian hospital to another Oklahoma tribe be blocked...
Assistant Director- Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian- 9/30/08
Title: Assistant Director for Administrative Systems and Services Location: Washington D.C...
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