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AP IMPACT: Indian smoke shops are feeling the heat
After doing time for possession and an accidental killing, crack dealer Rodney Morrison decided he was finished with drugs...
Soboba environmental study criticized by Riverside Supervisors
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution today criticizing an environmental study by an Indian tribe on the impact of a proposed casino-hotel complex that crit...
Indian depiction prompts apology from UVa official
The University of Virginia’s director of athletics has apologized for a video shown at UVa’s football game against the College of William & Mary that some found demeaning to Am...
Indian gaming official speaks at UND
The top federal Indian gaming regulator is lecturing at UND this week, and he said some things Tuesday that shed light on the somewhat-dormant effort by the Turtle Mountain Band of...
Exempting Native Americans from the mandate
T here is growing consensus about a key element of health care reform: A requirement that you must buy health insurance...
IU researchers to preserve tribe's oral history
Indiana University researchers have a won a $250,000 federal grant to preserve the oral history of an Indian tribe before its native language dies out...
'Holy Ghost' cult stirs Idaho debate after move from Utah
There's rising concern in Idaho about a religious cult that packed up and moved out of Utah earlier this summer...
V irginia Margaret Shorey Williams passed away Sunday, Aug. 9, 2009 in the company of her family. She was born Dec. 28, 1931 to the late George Shorey and Margaret Raiche Shorey...
Los Angeles Native Casting
Native American and Indigenous Talent from Canada and the United States.
HHS secretary makes reform commitment to Indians
WASHINGTON – The nation’s top health official has told Indian country health leaders that the Obama administration believes American Indians deserve special consideration in any na...
By Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
TONALEA, Ariz. – Billy Reese Kee departed for the spirit world July 18, leaving behind a legacy of service to his Navajo people. He was 66. Born in Pinon, Ariz...
FAIRFIELD, Iowa – Organizers are preparing for a unique gathering of tribal elders, leaders and members to focus on building sustainable communities through meditation, renewable e...
Murder in Montana
By Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
WINNIPEG, Manitoba Canada – Fathers worldwide enjoy special privileges on Father’s Day and look forward to receiving cards and calls from their children...
Native Americans at higher risk from H1N1, Obama advisors warn
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
P resident Obama’s advisory council led by the nations’ leading scientists and engineers released a report assessing preparations for 2009-H1N1 Influenza A...
Grand Forks family copes with death, recovery
The Associated Press
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – Genia Wilkie was in the hospital recovering from a seizure when a 14-year-old boy was brought into the room next to hers. It was her son...
Groups discuss food security for the 21st century and beyond
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Quick facts and freebies from the American Cancer Society
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
I n this column, Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society lists free resources available from ACS to help you stay well and reduce your cancer risk...
Fountain Hills woman pleads guilty in thefts case
A Fountain Hills woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $87,000 from the Salt River-Maricopa Indian Community and about $24,000 from an elderly client of the another tribe'...
Yuma groups get arts funds
Financially it's a prettier picture on Yuma's art scene after $35,540 in grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts...
UPDATE: Courts asking for portion of casino profits
Federal bankruptcy court attorneys plan to ask for a portion of proceeds of a proposed Indian casino to be available to reimburse creditors of bankrupt North County developer Kelly...
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