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5/5/09
DALLAS – Brenco Industrial Services, LLC, an expanding Dallas-based company focused primarily on renovation and commercial construction, has been honored with the DFW Native Americ...
Staff reports
5/5/09
TULSA, Okla...
5/5/09
The Blue Lake Rancheria has announced that its new 102-room hotel is on schedule to open by the middle of June...
5/5/09
Facing new competition and a weak economy, Thunder Valley Casino has laid off 5 percent of its employees...
5/5/09
A U.S. District Court judge has overturned the April 2008 banishment by the Snoqualmie Tribe of nine members, in a decision made Thursday, April 30...
5/5/09
Edna Doney Teske, 74, is Indian, but not officially. "They don't recognize us as Native Americans," said Teske, a member of the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe of Montana...
5/5/09
The Osage Nation is positioning itself to step up in the field of economic development, recently making some internal changes to ease that transition...
5/5/09
Spring chinook fishing will remain open at Wind River and Drano Lake, a state fishery manager said Monday, despite a request from the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission fo...
5/5/09
The Del Norte Unified School District recently approved an agreement with the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California to correct past discipline disparities and a pat...
Staff reports
5/5/09
FARGO, N.D. – Casino Enterprise Management Magazine named the winners of its 2008 Great Women of Gaming Awards , now in its fourth year...
5/4/09
WALTER ANTHONY MOSES, 27, an enrolled member of the Tulalip Tribe was charged yesterday in U.S...
5/4/09
More than $30 million a year in marijuana sales bought a lot of bling for the leaders of a drug ring in Northern New York, according to federal prosecutors:• A garage-sized shed fi...
5/4/09
Legislation exposing divided feelings among Tennessee’s Native American Indian groups is before state lawmakers with a couple of heavy political hitters behind it...
5/4/09
The Northern Arapaho Tribe has started producing a new radio program dedicated to news and events on the Wind River Indian Reservation...
5/4/09
For a young Hopi medical student, the problem was overcoming her culture's view of handling a dead body...
5/4/09
A brief rain shower yesterday afternoon delayed the start of the Virginia Indian Nations Pow-wow but did nothing to dampen the spirits of those in attendance...
Rob Capriccioso
5/4/09
WASHINGTON – At a time of intense decline in the print journalism industry, American Indians appear to be making modest gains...
Kristy Alberty, Special to Today
5/4/09
RENO, Nev...

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