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Salazar's opening comments to Tribal Nations Conference
WASHINGTON – More than 400 members of federally recognized tribes gathered today at the Department of the Interior at a Tribal Nations Conference hosted by President Barack Obama, ...
World Series moment: Joba Chamberlain and his dad, Harlan
The throng of media members around the makeshift stage seemed impenetrable, but Harlan Chamberlain motored his way through all of the cameras and notepads anyways...
California tribe seeks decisions on off-reservation casino
North Fork Rancheria tribal leaders are still pushing for a Madera County casino amid questions about Interior Department plans and their partners' finances...
Gubernatorial candidate to call out Riley on bingo issue
A Republic candidate for governor plans to call out Gov. Bob Riley Thursday on his stance on electronic bingo. Bill Johnson of Prattville will hold a news conference at 10 a.m...
Lakes Entertainment Announces Earnings for Third Quarter 2009
Lakes Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:LACO) today announced results for the three and nine months ended September 27, 2009...
Arizona's Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort releases cookbook of Native American cuisine
The Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa’s prestigious Kai Restaurant has announced release of The New Native American Cuisine, a collection of more than 50 time-honored recipes...
Looking at hatcheries through a habitat lens
If you caught a fish this fall, chances are you have a salmon hatchery to thank. Salmon hatcheries provide most of the salmon for harvest in western Washington...
The Forgotten Culture
Wade Kingfisher wants students to know American Indian tribes are not all the same...
Feds pledge overhaul of tribal recognition system
With some American Indian groups waiting decades for formal recognition from the U.S...
Great Falls City Commission Recognizes Little Shell Tribe
The Great Falls City Commission meeting on Tuesday night focused on the Little Shell Tribe...
Cherokee-only hiring move fails
Cherokee construction subcontractors and workers won’t be the only ones to get a chance to work on a $5 million casino project for the Cherokees...
State tribes’ goal is at hand
The long journey on the road to federal recognition of Virginia’s Indian tribes may be nearing its end...
Amazon Indian tribe hit by swine flu
Swine flu has hit an isolated tribe of Indians in the Amazon jungle, with seven dying in the last two weeks, Survival International said on Wednesday...
Senate eyes "broken" bureaucracy for new tribes
New Trail of Tears markers to go up in Arkansas
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Reno-Sparks Indian Colony leader attending White House summit
The list of decades-old grievances that American Indian nations have lodged against the federal government is lengthy and a source of great acrimony...
Tribes celebrate completion of road improvement project
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde commemorated the completion of the $6.4 million Grand Ronde Road improvement project with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony Monday at ...
Mashpee tribe elders push for shakeup
Chairman-elect Cedric Cromwell stood on the steps in front of tribal headquarters last February and promised a new era of unity and open government...
LaDuke: A shot at true self-determination
W e have a shot at being self-determining or we can be the victims...
EPA fines California pesticide distributor
The Environmental Protection Agency has fined a California company nearly $100,000 for 21 alleged violations of federal pesticide laws...
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