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Anthropology student wants to take knowledge home
Linda Thornton, Special to Today
GALLUP, N.M. – Daniel Pedro knew when he was a sophomore at Santa Fe Indian School that he wanted to be an anthropologist...
Professor gets $100,000 to uncover history of Moravians, Native Americans in Pa.
Killsback finds success in life and legal career by following ‘Mom’s Code’
Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Dion Killsback has been a good example for a long time, but the 31-year-old attorney now living in Albuquerque, N.M...
First Nations Studies course ends on a high note
PRINCE RUPERT, British Columbia – With the help of Coast Tsimshian elders and Order of Canada recipient and ethnobotanist Dr...
AISES Conference expected to bring 2,000 to Portland
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland will host approximately 2,000 students and professionals for the American Indian Science and Engineering Society’s annual conference...
World class golf at the Soboba Classic
Victoria Bomberry, Today correspondent
SAN JACINTO, Calif. – The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians scored a major coup by signing a four-year host agreement for the PGA Nationwide Tour...
Sycuan goes to bat for Little League
EL CAJON, Calif. – The team from Chula Vista, California’s Park View Little League made it to the 2009 Little League World Series...
Kuchar wins playoff at Turning Stone
John Kekis, AP Sports Writer
VERONA, N.Y. – It had been so long since Matt Kuchar had won on the PGA Tour that a huge case of nerves was a given, especially when faced with a sudden-death playoff...
Elephant of Indian racism discussed
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
Tribes honored for preserving Okla. battlefield
Rochelle Hines, Associated Press Writer
OKLAHOMA CITY – National recognition of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes for their work on the Washita Battlefield in Oklahoma is just one more step in a long process toward accurat...
Coquille Tribe harvesting organic cranberries
Nate Traylor, The World
CHARLESTON, Ore. (AP) – Aiming to capitalize on a growing demand for raw, organic produce, the Coquille Tribe is taking the hard route to harvesting cranberries this season...
A lengthy legal battle lands in tribal court
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Judge: Unkechaug meets tribal sovereignty, immunity criteria
Gale Courey Toensing
MASTIC, N.Y. – A federal district court judge has ruled that the Unkechaug Nation , a state-recognized tribe, is a sovereign nation with immunity from being sued...
Pow Wow offers Indian art, entertainment
From the flashy, colorful men's Fancy Dance to the plethora of Native American artwork, the 26th annual Roy Track Memorial Mesa Pow Wow will offer a variety of art and entertainmen...
USET promotes Indian interests to US lawmakers
Next week the United South and Eastern Tribes Inc. will celebrate its 40th anniversary...
Soboba tribe saluted for role in Indian adoptions law
The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians' tribal council was recognized at an Indian child welfare conference Thursday for sponsoring legislation related to adoptions of Indian children...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Phyllis J. Bigpond, founding executive director of the Denver Indian Family Resource Center from 2000 – 2009, passed away Sept...
Enviro, Labor, claim Tribe's claim to Nantucket Sound is "legally baseless"
A coalition of environmental and labor groups sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar yesterday urging the department to quickly grant approval to the Cape Wind offshore wi...
Tribe needs nuclear waste solution
RED WING, Minn...
V irginia LaFrombois Baker was born Aug. 12, 1933 in Belcourt, N.D. to Delia and Louis LaFrombois. She was one of seven children...
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