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Tribes host treaty rights seminar
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are hosting a Treaty Rights Seminar to educate and encourage communication and cooperation between the tribes and the federal government...
Navajo legislative counsel advises on term limits
Navajo President Joe Shirley Jr. cannot seek a third term under tribal law, an attorney for the Navajo Nation Council said in a legal opinion issued Thursday...
Indian Affairs director accepts new USDA job
State Indian Affairs director Jennifer Perez Cole is leaving her cabinet-level position in Gov. Brian Schweitzer's office to take a new job with the U.S...
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe gives back to the communities
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe provided more than $4.1 million to nonprofits and other government-serving communities throughout Washington state last year, according to the tribe’s ...
Mohegan Sun NAPT poker tourneys yield big winners
Gale Courey Toensing
Study shows economic impact of Idaho tribes
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – “Idaho tribes are pleased to release results of the study of economic impacts the five tribes of Idaho have on the state economy...
The first illegal immigration
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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d’Errico: Mãori move forward with New Zealand
N ew Zealand’s announcement of support for the U.N...
Christian ‘doctrine’ fueled dehumanization: UNPFII report
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – A groundbreaking report examining the roots of Christian domination over indigenous peoples and their lands was released this week at the United Nations Permanent Forum ...
Condo president charged with stealing from her association
The residents of Hillcrest Condominium Building 23 in Hollywood regarded their association president Bonnie Andrews Soloman as a ``trustworthy'' woman with a penchant for playing t...
Umatilla Tribes director resigns
Don Sampson is resigning after seven years as executive director for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. His resignation is effective Friday...
Feds kick off anti-meth ad campaign targeting Indian Country
Federal, state and tribal officials met Wednesday morning to launch a three-month long White House-sponsored television ad campaign aimed at methamphetamine abuse among Native Amer...
Tribal members try to break bad eating habits
Tom Robertson, Minnesota Public Radio
CASS LAKE, Minn. (AP) – As a child, Iris Sherer never learned about proper nutrition. For her, family gatherings always meant overeating, and the food was never very healthy...
Enrollment audit a slow, uneasy process for Cherokee
In a 2002 referendum, the members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians voted to authorize an audit of the tribe’s enrolled members...
Anthony Welmas Scholarship established with $219,482 gift
The Anthony Welmas Scholarship Fund has been established with a $219,482 gift to the American Indian College Fund...
FNGA Masters Memorial
On May 20 – 22 First Nations Golf Association will be holding its first major of the year at Wildhorse Resort and Casino’s Wildhorse Resort Golf Course...
American Indian class emphasizes community service projects at reserves
American Indian studies Professor DeAnna Rivera emphasizes to her students the importance of working with tribal communities over rote memorization of cultural facts...
Meskwakis oppose new casino in Tama
The Meskwaki Indian tribe, which spent $111 million on a casino-hotel expansion project near Tama four years ago, is opposing plans for a new, privately operated Tama County gambli...
NY politician suggests casino near arena site
A top Long Island politician says preliminary talks have begun with an Indian tribe about opening a gambling casino near the dilapidated Nassau Coliseum...
Russell: Don’t visit Arizona without your papers
I was slow to learn about Indians and complexion, having been born with the name Teehee in a small Oklahoma town...
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