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6/16/09
The Stillaguamish Tribe hasn't sent out its fishermen for salmon since 1985. The tribe hasn't celebrated with a formal salmon ceremony since some time before that...
6/16/09
On Monday, the Wood County Sheriff's Department took a step toward becoming a more diverse organization...
6/16/09
Leaders of the Seneca Nation want to take a more direct and active role in the federal court slugfest over the legality of the tribe’s efforts to build a major downtown Buffalo cas...
6/16/09
An Oklahoma tribe lost its federal lawsuit here over the distribution of federal aid. The Citizen Potawatomie Nation sued the U.S...
Staff reports
6/16/09
PIERRE, S.D...
Steve Russell
6/16/09
L egal arguments often revolve around competing analogies...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
6/16/09
M any, if not most, Native people insist that their ancestors have lived on this continent since time immemorial, and some mainstream scientists are beginning to weigh in on their ...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/16/09
MONTPELIER, Vt. – For the second time in less than a year, the chairman and a member of the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs has quit...
Staff reports
6/15/09
WASHINGTON – In taped remarks to the 2009 National Congress of American Indians Mid-Year Conference June 15, President Barack Obama announced the appointment of Kimberly Teehee as ...
6/15/09
O n the Blackfeet reservation, they call it “acting good.” Folks who act good – the fancy Skins – are on every rez and every city with a large Indian population...
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
6/15/09
H 1N1 influenza outbreaks in Canada’s predominantly Inuit territories of Nunavut and northern Manitoba could trigger the World Health Organization to declare a global pandemic...
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
6/14/09
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – The Shinnecock Indian Nation has big plans for its littlest members...
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
6/14/09
T he Tulalip Resort Casino , located about 30 miles north of Seattle, sits near Puget Sound amid some of the most beautiful countryside in the United States...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/14/09
HARTFORD, Conn. – In what could be called the battle of the press releases, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal and Gov...
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
6/13/09
TUCSON, Ariz. – A dozen Native American and other multi-ethnic women sat quietly in a circle of solidarity...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
6/12/09
HOT SPRINGS, S.D. – Visitors to Hot Springs can plunge into fun at the largest indoor, geothermal spring-fed pool in the world...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/12/09
WASHINGTON – Although the economic recession is having an impact in Indian country, Indian gaming took in $26.7 billion in 2008, an increase of 2.3 percent over the prior year...
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
6/12/09
Some tribes in Oklahoma basked in the news that Indian gaming revenues had risen by some $500 million over last year...

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