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Pine Ridge: Building an Artists' Economy
Senate Candidate Visits Pine Ridge
‘Mayor’ Wants to Make His Term Count
Social Pow Wow Honors Native Educators
Moving From Sovereignty to Autonomy
Chief Offers Condolences
The Week That Was
Winter Fun Challenge Vs. Couch Potatoes
Chickasaw Elder's Legacy
Obama Proposes $33.6M for Indian Country
Portrait of Celebrated Aviator Unveiled
Always a Warrior; Never a Tribe
2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
5 Prescient Aboriginal Women Leaders
Daylight Savings Time Looms This Weekend
CRYP Teaching Organic Gardening Program
It’s International Women’s Day
NMAI Profile: Orvena “Twiggy” Gregory
Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
BuzzerBeater Lands High Schooler on ESPN
Thing About Skins
Hutchins: How to fix U.S. tribal policy
Francis G. Hutchins
T he election of a U.S. President whose heritage includes multiple ethnicities has been hailed around the world as a milestone for racial integration...
Dorgan to continue as Senate Indian Affairs chairman
WASHINGTON – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., announced that Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., will have a second term serving as chair of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee...
12/18/08 - Local receives Smithsonian Institute Award
12/18/08 - Archaeological study could clog sewer project
For Warwick residents hoping to hook up to the public sewer system, they could encounter a snag in the near future...
12/18/08 - Havasupais, regents hope to arrange
The Arizona Attorney General's Office is trying to stop a lawsuit from a northern Arizona American Indian tribe against the Arizona Board of Regents...
12/18/08 - Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe: Adoption fight over 6-month-old baby
Baby Talon has been removed from one family and given to another. Talon is the 6-month-old boy in the middle of a legal battle that made national headlines this week...
12/18/08 - FBI investigating deaths of Lodge Pole couple
The FBI says an arrest is imminent in connection to the deaths of a Lodge Pole couple on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation...
12/18/08 - Lakes Entertainment Announces Successful Grand Opening of Red Hawk Casino
Lakes Entertainment, Inc...
12/18/08 - Tribe gets $600,000 for sewer project
The St. Regis Mohawk tribe has won a $600,000 federal grant for waste water system improvements, according to U.S. Senator Charles Schumer.
12/17/08 - Couple to appeal for return of Indian baby
A Utah couple has been forced to surrender their adopted son to the Ojibwe American Indian tribe...
12/17/08 - Developers spearhead drive for Red Cloud Indian School
It's not uncommon for Rapid City property developers Steve McCarthy and Don Wieseler to be chasing the same property, but the two businessmen recently put their competitiveness asi...
12/17/08 - Fraud charges raise questions about tribe's casino bid
Following revelations that the Mashpee Wampanoag's former chairman faces a litany of federal fraud charges, an anti-casino group has called for a state investigation into the tribe...
12/17/08 - San Manuel signs new deal with Staples Center
If it keeps this up, San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino could become as big a household name as Britney Spears...
12/17/08 - Tribe's takeover of park mulled
Fresno County officials decided Tuesday to consider an offer by an Indian tribe to take over Lost Lake Park as one of several long-term options for the park...
12/17/08 - Senecas won’t burn tires on Thruway
Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder accused Gov...
12/17/08 - As Jeremiah Trees, local man shared Indian lore with children
A living legend, Jeremiah Trees, died last week. In everyday life, he was Charles Gearinger of Frederick...
12/17/08 - Move begins to redo gambling pacts in Florida
State lawmakers form a committee to renegotiate a gaming compact with the Seminole Indian tribe, which runs several casinos in Florida...
12/17/08 - Red Hawk Casino opens tonight in El Dorado
After more than a decade of lawsuits, negotiations and planning, the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians will open its Red Hawk Casino at 7 tonight.
12/17/08 - Avista, Tribe reach dam agreement
After about 10 years of negotiations, Avista and the Coeur d'Alene Tribe on Tuesday reached an agreement that will pay the Tribe more than $150 million over the life of the utility...
Briggs: Communication is key
B arack Obama is being called President 2.0 for the likelihood that he will change the way the presidency reaches Americans...
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