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UND to drop Sioux nickname
North Dakota's Board of Higher Education has agreed to drop the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname and Indian head logo, a move intended to resolve a decades-long...
Athletics Problem May Speed up UND Nickname Decision
Problems with the University of North Dakota`s sports teams may speed up a decision on whether to dump UND`s "Fighting Sioux" nickname and Indian head logo...
Pocomoke plays host to regional powwow
This Saturday and Sunday Cypress Park in Pocomoke City will once again be filled with the sounds of Native American Indian drums and singing...
Gillette: A new era of responsibility: Expanding opportunities for Indian country
O n the campaign trail, President Barack Obama promised a renewed commitment to Indian country by reaching out to tribes, listening to their concerns, and vowing to give Indians a ...
Achieving federally recognized tribe status difficult
The executive director of Alabama's Indian Affairs Commission said the members of the Cherokees of Alabama will likely have a long and difficult time gaining federal recognition or...
Honoring Chief Mahaska’s first 100
Chief Mahaska will remain...
Dear President Obama
C ante waste un nape ciyuzapi (We shake your hand with a good heart)...
Mechoopda "disappointed" by county's continuing fight against casino
A decision by Butte County supervisors to continue their legal battle against an Indian casino near the intersection of Highways 99 and 149 has left the tribe disappointed...
Thunder Valley hotel and spa construction back on schedule
“What’s going on with construction?” It’s a question Richard St. Jean gets asked every day...
The Right to Whale
On the Pacific Northwest coast, the nations of the Makah, in Washington state, and Nuu-chah-nulth, on western Vancouver Island, are struggling to engage once again with their herit...
Williams: Indian trust cases offer hope for seven generations
Richard B. Williams
T he resolution of the Cobell v. Salazar case is far from complete...
Pulitzer Prizefinalist to address Dartmouth graduates
Gale Courey Toensing
Elma Marie Davis Wilkie
BELCOURT, N.D. – Elma Marie Davis Wilkie, “Waabishkibinesik” White Thunderbird Woman, 86, of Belcourt went on to the spirit world April 11 at a hospital in Minot, N.D...
Colorado Native nonprofit group begins reconciliation journey
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Colorado is building a history of revisiting the intergenerational trauma of colonization and of apologizing for the attempted annihilation of Native peoples in North Amer...
Springs ecology explored in book
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – “Aridland Springs in North America: Ecology and Conservation,” a new book on springs ecosystems, has been published by the University of Arizona Press...
Dr. Sheufelt named Ethel Lund Medical Center administrator
JUNEAU, Alaska – The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium recently named Dr. Janice Sheufelt clinic administrator for the SEARHC Ethel Lund Medical Center in Juneau...
Seminole Nation Transit assists rural communities
I n pursuit of his goal of creating a transit system within the Seminole Nation , Principal Chief Enoch Kelly Haney announced April 4 that the U.S...
Recession impact on Native America varies with tribes
T he recession has had a widely diverse impact on the 360 historically impoverished American Indian tribes in the lower 48 states...
Seneca Council revises Gaming Corp. Charter
SENECA NATION, CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY – The Seneca Nation of Indians Legislative Council recently voted to make significant changes in the charters of the Seneca Gaming Corp...
Artists chosen to carve eagle totem pole for Sealaska Heritage Institute
A rtists Joe and TJ Young have won a contract to carve a totem pole for Sealaska Heritage Institute on behalf of the University of Alaska Southeast...
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