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Progress Made on Northwest Fires
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Healing Walk Video Goes Viral
Construction Underway at Sequoyah
Obama Acting White Erases Native Concern
Woods to Headline NB3F Challenge
GAO Report on Indian Gaming Coming: 2015
Choctaw Firefighters Return Home
Just Say No to Ted Nugent's Ugliness
The Two Presidents I Have Met
Gaming Reform—What Is Congress Plotting?
Long Overdue Land Rights Received
Veazie Dam Gone, Party Begins With Race
New Veterans Cemetery in Pine Ridge
Bringing Great Teachers to NA Schools
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Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Thing About Skins
New gaming resort coming to Phoenix area
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Mount Taylor named one of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
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 ...
Matt Kobyluck makes NASCAR history
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
BIA will encourage new Micmac elections
Gale Courey Toensing
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...
UA prof's Indian Health Service nomination passes Senate committee
The U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee has endorsed the nomination of Yvette Roubideaux to lead the Indian Health Service...
Father Speaks Out on Seneca Nation Custody Case
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...
Coushatta named Business of the Year
KINDER, La. – Coushatta Casino Resort has been named Kinder’s 2009 Business of the Year by the Kinder Chamber of Commerce ...
Lumley new leader of fish commission
A member of the Yakama Nation tribe is the new executive director of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, effective July 1...
Duroville mobile home park will not close
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...
Minneapolis Museum Exhibits Northern Plains
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...
Accohannock park survives controversy to open Saturday
Fried oysters brought the Accohannocks this far...
Governor urges new Interior secretary to approve Indian casinos
Governor David Paterson has asked new Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar to approve placing land in trust so that the St...
MMPA pay homage to renowned Native American actor/activist Sonny Skyhawk
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif...
Alaskan wilderness in danger from loophole in Airborne Hunting Act
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Our country’s last great wilderness, the pristine stretches of tundra and fragile ecosystems in Alaska, has come under attack...
In search of old ways, Andean healer brings medicine to reservation
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
ALPINE, Calif. – The gym at the Viejas Reservation was soundless except for soft shrills coming from a small gap between Don Martín’s lips...
House Natural Resources Committee approves Virginia tribes’ federal recognition bill
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
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...
NIGA Chairman honored at Fire Rock expansion
Sharing crime data to better serve and protect
Letter to the Editor
There is very little systematic sharing of crime data by Indian tribes and national crime databases...
Newcomb: On non-Indian, anti-Indian law
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...
Arizona spa provides authentic Native American experience
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
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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