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Tribe Ignores Cease and Desist Order
Recent Paintings by America Meredith
Oklahoma Tribes Brace for Seismic Impact
Pamunkey Fed Rec: ‘a Long Time Coming’
Chickasaws Adapt to Modern Storytelling
Open Letter From Indigenous Scholars
Native Presence in PBS Online Film Fest
Graduation Day for Lummi Students
Fighting Third-World Conditions in NM
'Taking the First Step to Peace of Mind'
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Native Footballers Take the Field
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Healing Autoimmune Diseases
Navajo Fluency Put to Vote July 21
Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
Thing About Skins
With effort, Native businesses can succeed
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The promises and pitfalls of small business and the complex paths to success were described by two Colorado Natives concerned about commerce in a time of shrinking profits...
Chickasaw Nation in talks over land in south central Oklahoma Read more: http://www.newsok.com/chickasaw-nation-in-talks-over-land-in-south-central-oklahoma/article/3456198#ixzz0lw6q1Fhh
The Chickasaw Nation is negotiating with the National Park Service to take over management of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in south central Oklahoma...
NIGA chairman honors his grandmother
Gale Courey Toensing
SAN DIEGO – An absent guest received accolades from the chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association and a huge round of applause from the audience during an awards ceremony ...
Sloan convicted in rock attack, asked to resign PRC post
Joseph Kolb, Today correspondent
More than 500 turn out for Comanche elections
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
NIGC finally gets third member
Daniel Little, a former employee of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation , has officially become part of the three-member panel that oversees the National Indian Gaming Commission...
‘Buy Indian’ tribal consultation proposed
Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk has announced that the Indian Affairs Office of Acquisition and Property Management will conduct tribal consultation with the f...
Mankiller’s family gives thanks
WASHINGTON – The family of Wilma Mankiller, who passed away April 6, is expressing gratitude to the thousands of people who reached out in her final days...
United States re-examines opposition to UN Declaration
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Political tides are turning as international support for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples continues to grow, putting greater pressure o...
d’Errico: ‘Full and equal members of the UN family’
T he Ninth Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues opened in New York April 19 with remarks by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon...
Outdoor groups unhappy with tribes' claim for fishing, hunting rights
Some Minnesota outdoor groups are expressing frustration with two Ojibwe Indian bands in northern Minnesota that plan to reassert hunting and fishing rights they believe are protec...
Area tribe gets $2 million for housing
Bowler - MyFox Wausau - An area Indian tribe receives nearly $2 million dollars in stimulus money...
Talk focuses on Indian relations
Reinterpretations of the Constitution based on national, commercial and expansionist interests have led to legal battles over Native American tribal authority, according to Frank P...
Alpine woman wins Smart Car at Viejas Casino
SAN DIEGO – An Alpine woman drove away a winner at Viejas Casino , taking home a new Smart Car. Barbara L...
Industry entrepreneur Aldo Andreu jumps back into gaming business
A rmed with more than 15 years experience in the international equipment supply business, veteran entrepreneur, Aldo Andreu charged back into the amusement and gaming market in a b...
Supreme Court rejects suit over tribes’ casino wealth
A bitter legal battle ended in defeat for some of the nation's poorest Indians on Monday when the U.S...
Apache olla tops $41K at Cowan’s American Indian, Western Art Auction
The highest-selling lot of Cowan’s American Indian and Western Auction was a circa 1900 Yavapai Apache olla with figural decorations, which brought $41,125...
Mockery of Native heritage only perpetuates Native issues
Recently, I’ve seen a lot of people walking around with feathers in their hair, and it kind of me off...
Napa and Lake counties join fight against Wappo tribal status
Napa and Lake counties have joined Sonoma in a court fight over federal recognition of Alexander Valley’s Mishewal Wappo Indian tribe, saying it would open the door for casino gamb...
2 charged in girl’s death
Two men have been charged in connection with the death of a young girl whose body was found earlier this month on Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation...
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