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Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
5/2/09
CHANDLER, Ariz...
Staff reports
5/2/09
WASHINGTON – The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Mount Taylor, near Grants, N.M., to its 2009 list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places ...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
5/2/09
WATERFORD, Conn...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/1/09
WASHINGTON – While the unelected chief of the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians has announced that she and the seated 2005 council will remain in office without elections until 2011...
5/1/09
The U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee has endorsed the nomination of Yvette Roubideaux to lead the Indian Health Service...
5/1/09
A Bradford mom is taking on the Seneca Nation in a custody battle over her five year old daughter, claiming she never had a chance in the tribe's Peacemaker's Court...
Staff reports
5/1/09
KINDER, La. – Coushatta Casino Resort has been named Kinder’s 2009 Business of the Year by the Kinder Chamber of Commerce ...
5/1/09
A member of the Yakama Nation tribe is the new executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, effective July 1...
5/1/09
Reporting from Riverside -- After seven years of litigation, a federal judge Thursday refused to close the Duroville mobile home park, saying it would result in a "major humanitari...
5/1/09
Minneapolis Institute Of Arts will run an exhibition named 'Art of the Northern Plains' from Saturday, December 5, 2009 to Sunday, March 7, 2010, at Galleries 255 and 256...
5/1/09
Fried oysters brought the Accohannocks this far...
5/1/09
Governor David Paterson has asked new Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar to approve placing land in trust so that the St...
Staff reports
5/1/09
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Our country’s last great wilderness, the pristine stretches of tundra and fragile ecosystems in Alaska, has come under attack...
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
5/1/09
ALPINE, Calif. – The gym at the Viejas Reservation was soundless except for soft shrills coming from a small gap between Don Martín’s lips...
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
5/1/09
WASHINGTON – Six of Virginia’s Indian tribes seeking federal recognition have moved a bit closer in the process, having gained approval by a U.S...
Staff reports
5/1/09
CHURCHROCK, N.M...
Letter to the Editor
5/1/09
There is very little systematic sharing of crime data by Indian tribes and national crime databases...
Steven Newcomb
5/1/09
The dominant society of the United States presumes that American Indian nations and peoples are obligated to accept and live in accordance with a non-Indian perspective on American...
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
5/1/09
PHOENIX – In the middle of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert vacationers can find a haven representative of the Native American culture found throughout the Phoenix area...

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