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William F. Current, Special to Today
9/1/09
T he federal government estimates that approximately three-quarters of all illicit drug users 18 and older are employed...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/1/09
T he state’s long and unsuccessful attempts to collect cigarette taxes from sales on sovereign Indian reservation lands took another hit in July when a state appellate court ruled ...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
9/1/09
BOULDER, Colo. – A full-fledged homecoming to tribal lands occupied for more than a century by non-Natives may seem impossible or, at best, improbable...
The Associated Press
8/31/09
RICHMOND, Calif. (AP) – About 100 people turned out to express their views during a public meeting about a proposed $1.5 billion casino in Richmond. The meeting Aug...
Staff reports
8/31/09
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The Department of Justice’s Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program recently awarded $350,000 to the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Court...
The Associated Press
8/31/09
BILLINGS, Mont...
The Associated Press
8/31/09
LAPWAI, Idaho (AP) – The Nez Perce Trib e has a new executive director...
Erik Robinson, The Columbian
8/31/09
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) – When Joe Hymer first saw the figure, he thought it must have been a typo...
Mark Trahant
8/31/09
S en. Edward M. Kennedy jumped into American Indian issues with zeal after his brother, Bobby, was assassinated. Sen. Robert F...
8/31/09
A new exhibit at ASU’s Art Museum is bringing Native American viewpoints into focus through an unexpected combination: sustainability and art...
Letter to the Editor
8/31/09
T he National Indian Education Association extends our deepest condolences to the family and colleagues of Sen. Edward Kennedy...
8/31/09
G rowing up on the rez, you kinda get used to the separation between Skins and non-Skins. You take it for granted...
8/31/09
Some 1,200 years ago, a group of American Indians cooked meals of beaver, deer or perhaps woodland bison on a stone hearth near the cool waters of a perpetual spring a few miles we...
8/31/09
Today is the deadline for Gov. Charlie Crist to reach a $150 million deal with the Seminole Tribe to expand gambling in Florida. It's a deadline Crist is likely to meet...
8/31/09
In the beginning, Long Island was Sewanhacky...
8/31/09
The famed giant arrows at the defunct Twin Arrows Trading Post east of Flagstaff, Ariz., recently were refurbished after years of deterioration and neglect...
8/31/09
During months of negotiations that led up to their Aug...
8/31/09
There are new tribal concerns that American Indian ancestral bones could be under Lake Pontchartrain where dredging would occur during proposed floodwall construction beneath Cause...
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
8/31/09
W hen the U.S. Department of Homeland Security enacted the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative June 1 tribal IDs were not on the list of acceptable forms of identification...
Letter to the Editor
8/30/09
B efore the 1970s, tribal rolls were controlled and determined by BIA policy, but since then tribes have won the power and freedom to determine tribal enrollment requirements...

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