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Oneida Indian Nation to Honor Veterans
'Project Runway' Star Patricia Michaels
AMERIND Offers Halloween Safety Tips
Pint Size Rodeo Wranglers ‘Rodeo Up’
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales 2
Ottawa Shooting's Racist Assumptions
Navajo Election Officials in Contempt?
Powerful Anti-Redskins Ad Released
NC State Tribes Back Hagan
Autumn and Winter Words Translated
8 Questions for Joe Dorman
Native Yale Law Students Honor Washburn
How Sacred Objects Heal, Part I
EPA: Human Rights, Environmental Justice
Hawaii Volcano: Pele as Welcome Guest
National Geographic Honors Gwaii Haanas
Moment of Silence, Healing Song Planned
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales
Inuit Architecture Showcased in Venice
Native Groups to Rally Against Redskins
Thing About Skins
Cherokee company helps tribes save endangered languages
C herokee-owned Thornton Media of Banning, Calif...
UNRESERVED: American Indian Art and Fashion Alliance launches
NEW YORK – Gail Bruce and Michael Chapman, co-founders of UNRESERVED: American Indian Fashion and Art Alliance, announced a grant of $400,000 from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation...
‘7 Artists, 7 Teachings: Contemporary Great Lakes Native Art’
Nations seek N.Y. casinos
Gale Courey Toensing
A t least four tribal nations are pursuing opportunities to open casinos in New York, but a number of roadblocks need to be dismantled before any of them can move forward...
Changes to Texas gaming laws won’t come easy
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
EL PASO, Texas – Any hopes that Indian tribes in Texas had to resurrect gaming in their state were laid to rest again after legislators voted down efforts to further a related bill...
Derogatory statue discovered
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
Court backs Karuk Tribe against California Fish & Game
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
John Tuchi appointed interim US attorney for District of Arizona
PHOENIX – The Justice Department has announced the appointment of John J. Tuchi to serve as the interim United States Attorney for the District of Arizona. Effective Aug...
Some Native Americans offended by description of dog that attacked baby
Karla Ward, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky.
(MCT) – The terms used to describe a family pet that snatched a newborn infant from his crib are generating some discussion among Native Americans...
Delaware Tribe of Indians’ federal recognition restored
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – Oklahoma is once again the home of 38 federally recognized Indian tribes. The Bartlesville, Okla...
iTunes Store offers Cherokee language revitalization application
Thornton Media Inc...
California Tribal Business Alliance Applauds Governor on Signing of SB 670
The seven member tribes of the California Tribal Business Alliance today lauded Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's signature on SB 670 (Wiggins), which would put an immediate morator...
Allen Barbre aims for starting role
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
T hough he’s heading into his third National Football League season, Allen Barbre is going to have to make plenty of adjustments this season...
Glacier County, Blackfeet sign historic accord
Glacier County officials signed a fully reciprocal cross-deputization agreement Thursday with the Blackfeet Tribe, a law enforcement pact that both parties called unprecedented...
Fed responsible for poor economy
Letter to the Editor
T he U.S. Treasury used to mint gold and silver into coins. Later, when paper money was issued by the Treasury, it was backed by gold or silver...
Letter to the Editor
R egarding “Micmacs acquire 600 acres of trust land on former air force base;” your article says they are going to store coal contaminants...
Man assaulted at party, dumped in Grand Rapids
At approximately noon on July 31 in the city of Grand Rapids, a 32-year-old Middle Eastern man from Lansing was found in an alley near Turner Ave and Myrtle St...
Northwest Briefly: Appeals court rules in favor of Suquamish fishing rights
A federal appeals court in Seattle has ruled the Suquamish Indian Tribe has the right to fish Saratoga Passage and Skagit Bay east of Whidbey Island...
New border rules affect Indian citizenship, identity
Letter to the Editor
B eginning June 1, 2009, new requirements for North American border crossings created additional restrictions on United States citizens, Canadians, Bermudians and American Indians ...
Akaka Bill supporters make case at hearing
A new administration has brought a change of view about the legality of native Hawaiians establishing their own government...
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