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Navajo public health workers receive certificates
T he UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at The University of Arizona in Tucson and Diné College , a Navajo tribal college in Tsaile, Ariz., awarded the first Certif...
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Cherokee Nation offers foreclosure assistance
In our uncertain economy, facing home foreclosure has become an unfortunate reality for many people, including many Cherokee Nation citizens...
Gila tribe uses native plants in new line of spa products
Creosote bush, the fragrant, yellow-blossoming bush that covers Valley mountainsides, is a key ingredient in a new line of spa products developed by the Gila River Indian Community...
Creek chief files suit seeking special election
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation's chief has asked a court to order the tribe's National Council to fund a special election on constitutional amendments — including one that would pare ...
Poarch Creek Holds Historic Election
A swearing in ceremony was held during the Tribal Council meeting June 16, 2009 for the Tribal Council candidates who were elected into office Saturday, June 6, 2009. Stephanie A...
Supreme Court Affirms Tribes Have No Religious Rights
On Monday, June 8th 2009, the Supreme Court denied the petition by Tribes & Environmental groups to hear the case to protect the holy San Francisco Peaks...
Nonprofits apply for grants from Gila River tribe
At stake: In 2002, Arizona voters approved Proposition 202, which allowed Indian tribes to continue their gambling operations...
Tribe ends LNG contract with Quoddy Bay firm
The owner of an Oklahoma company that hopes to construct a liquefied natural gas terminal on Passamaquoddy Bay expressed surprise this week that the Passamaquoddy Tribe has voted t...
Native Americans Speak Out Against Four Corners Artifact Thefts
As the investigation into the nation's largest ever theft of archeological objects moves forward, local Native American tribes are speaking out against what the alleged thieves did...
Protection in a fragile Environment
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
MAKAH, Wash. – The Makah Nation’s land is considered by some to be one of the most beautiful places in the continental United States...
American Indian children faring poorly in foster care
WASHINGTON – Of the approximately 500,000 American youth in foster care, Native American kids are faring among the worst, according to youth advocacy and policy experts...
Catalyx, Inc. and Ramona Tribe start work on 100 percent renewable energy ecotourism resort
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Catalyx, Inc...
Oneida Indian Nation receives Pandemic response training
I n 1997, hundreds of citizens in Hong Kong were infected with Avian Flu. In 1999, another strain of the avian flu made Hong Kong headlines when two children were infected...
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe furthers development with advanced broadband CLEC business
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CRYP sends panel to Standing Rock Youth Wellness Conference
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Prairie Island Indian Community supports fight against diabetes
WELCH, Minn. – The Prairie Island Indian Community understands the serious health issues associated with diabetes...
Prescription drug abuse in Indian country
WASHINGTON – Tribal communities facing an increase in prescription drug abuse are being offered a two-day training program by Lamar Associates...
‘Elated and excited’
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has fulfilled his promise to appoint a high-level White House advisor on Indian affairs...
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