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Former Pine Ridge principal to lead Teach for America's Native American efforts
The former principal at Pine Ridge High School has been selected to lead Teach For America's recent efforts to expand educational opportunity for Native American students...
Theft of car means loss of American Indian regalia
In one night in July, Michael Pamonicutt was rear ended, robbed of his car and, according to police reports, shot at once...
HUD secretary tours Rosebud Reservation
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan saw the worst and best of housing Tuesday on the Rosebud Reservation but also insisted that he is seeing progress...
Convicted felon a product of his environment
The 22-year prison sentence handed down to Mount Pleasant resident Casey Amos Floyd is an example of justice being rightfully enacted...
Arkansas River Valley served as thoroughfare for the Trail of Tears
The Trail of Tears is known for the hardships five Native American tribes experienced as they made their way from as far east as Florida to Indian Territory in Oklahoma, said Danie...
Cherokee Casino Bets on More Glitz
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‘This looks like tyranny’
Gale Courey Toensing
ALGONQUIN TERRITORY, Canada – What if the federal government imposes a chief and council on an indigenous community, but no one – including the imposed chief – agrees to abide by t...
Resource concerns transcend tribal boundaries
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BLACK MESA, Ariz...
New states introduce Rocket’s Gold Series
R ocket Gaming Systems is proud to announce that its successful Gold Series line of games is now available in the states of Oregon and Kansas...
Okla. tribes paid $118.2 M in gaming fees to state
Randy Ellis, The Oklahoman
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma Indian tribes paid $118.2 million in gaming fees to the state, helping to ease budget cuts at some state agencies, state records show...
Table Trac to provide Navajo Nation with casino management system
MINNETONKA, Minn. – Table Trac, Inc...
Trahant: A fast year: Lessons from the Indian Health system
A year goes by fast. Way too fast. Thirteen months ago I plunged into my “year-long” exploration of the Indian health system...
Hofer: Take charge of your health
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
D id you know there are steps you can take – simple, lifestyle behaviors – that protect your health and are powerful in preventing cancer?...
Response to domestic violence improved
WASHINGTON – An innovative program funded by two federal agencies, and implemented by some of the nation’s leading domestic violence organizations, showed dramatic success at impro...
OHSU’s R. Dale Walker elected Association of American Indian Physicians president
PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Health & Science University professor R. Dale Walker, MD, was elected president of the Association of American Indian Physicians Aug...
SHERMAN: Tribe owns core downtown real estate
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe's only real estate investment in California is a five-block area of downtown Oceanside...
The Kootenai Tribe’s forgotten war
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho – The date was Sept. 20, 1974 when Amy Trice, then chairman of the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho , declared war on the United States. The tribe only numbered 67...
Canada’s racist policies to blame for national tragedy
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
Part four of a four part series SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Manitoba – At a gathering of traditional healers and spiritual leaders in the Turtle Lodge earlier this summer, the national ...
Seneca Nation Tribe unveils sign along Thruway
A battle is brewing tonight over the right-of-way on the state Thruway. Today, the Seneca Nation Tribe unveiled a sign on their sovereign land...
Just what are we protesting?
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