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University of Utah Is 'Ute Proud'
Ole Miss Signs Choctaw Softball Standout
6 Insights Into the Sand Creek Massacre
EPA: Revitalizing Distressed Communities
Sen. Begich on Heritage Month
Video: Rural America Under Climate Siege
Grievance Against Begaye Dismissed
Ad: 'Who Will Dan Snyder Bully Next?'
300 California Natives Protest
What I'm Thankful For
Book Review: The Road Back to Sweetgrass
5 Website Primers on Native Americans
Connor Outlines Buy-Back Accomplishments
New Governor Works With Citizens, Tribes
Thanksgiving Is for Family
The New Yorker Thanksgiving Cover Wins
Alaska Rapper Addresses Domestic Abuse
Spills Saturate Bakken Oil Fields: NYT
Suzan Shown Harjo at the White House
Thing About Skins
RI slot parlor files for bankruptcy protection
The owners of Rhode Island's largest slot parlor filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday as they struggle to repay millions of dollars in debt, putting in question the state govern...
Dalton, 69, was Indian gaming pioneer in Jackson
Margaret Dalton, longtime leader of the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians and a pioneer in the Indian casino movement in California, died Sunday. She was 69...
MT's Little Shell still waiting BIA decision
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is delaying for another 60 days a long-stalled decision over whether to grant federal recognition to a small, landless Montana Indian tribe...
Alaska comes to Soho
Eileen Shimizu, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Soho, which hosts many art galleries and trendy downtown fashion houses such as Armani Exchange and Prada, has a neighbor featuring art and fashion from Alaska...
Recognition Put On Hold Again
From The K-B-L-G News Center.....
Cherokee Nation launches rebranding effort
Cherokee Nation Enterprises, the Cherokee Nation's retail, gambling, entertainment, hospitality and tourism arm, has changed its name to Cherokee Nation Entertainment...
Butler is seen as strong choice to lead Mashantucket tribe
Ledyard Mayor Fred Allyn Jr.'s first meeting with Rodney Butler, chairman-elect of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, was a jocular one. And Allyn's still smiling about it...
Freedmen protest honor given to Cherokee chief
A group of descendants of former slaves once owned by the Cherokee Indians are protesting an honor given to Cherokee Principal Chief Chad Smith...
Indian artifacts discovered in bayou
A very special discovery here in the Houston area has piqued the interest of archaeologists. A flood control project has uncovered evidence of an ancient culture...
Dispute seals Snoqualmie Tribe offices
Locks and heavy chains sealed the administrative offices of the Snoquamie Tribe, and the tribe’s retail store, Paddle, in downtown Snoqualmie last week after a dispute between riva...
Creeks Hope To Revive Mobile Dog Track
As the lean dogs jumped from the starting boxes, only a few dozen spectators at Mobile Greyhound Park were scattered across the upstairs clubhouse for the fifth race of the night...
Quechan Tribe shares riverfront plans
The Quechan Indian Nation has a vision for a stretch of riverfront now choked with non-native vegetation, a vision that would turn the tribe's side of the Colorado River across fro...
Nickname supporter says no Standing Rock vote yet
A supporter of the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname says the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council has voted not to discuss it...
UND disapproves of depth chart cover showing Texas Tech mascots chasing American Indian
On the cover of a depth chart that went out to a select audience at the UND-Texas Tech University game this past weekend were five characters: Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach,...
Native Americans celebrate their heritage
Voices lifted in song as the rhythmic beat of drums pulsed through the woods of the Dulac Land Trust last weekend for the 39th Annual Labor Day Pow Wow...
14.0: Skin romance – if you like bannock. … and getting caught in the rain
P rocreating with someone other than a Skin was never really an option for me. Having said that, it’s very difficult to find a suitable Skin mate...
South Dakota tribe buys New York financial company
A holding company owned by the Lower Brule (BROOL) Sioux Tribe in South Dakota has purchased Westrock Group Inc., a New York-based financial services holding company...
Billy Frank Jr.
T he treaty tribes of the Pacific Northwest were honored recently to host Larry EchoHawk on his first official visit as the assistant secretary for Indian Affairs...
Eagle feather laws could change dramatically, depending on appeal
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The time-honored and exclusive right of American Indians to use eagle feathers for religious purposes has been challenged by a Utah judge whose findings will be appealed i...
A ‘striking’ new development
SAN DIEGO – Viejas recently announced plans for a boutique bowling center – Viejas Bowl – at the Viejas Outlet Center across from Viejas Casino ...
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