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Video: Alaska Is Melting
On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Masterpieces From Indian Market Auction
Preserving Culture: NPS Awards Grants
Put Native Youth Back in Mascots Debate
Native Languages Bill Heads to Senate
Hill: Cherokee Congressman is Beautiful
Prime Time!Schimmel and Goodrich Faceoff
EPA Wants Tribes to Be Healthy
Hillary Clinton Says No! to Redskins
29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wall Street in Myth and Reality
Passing on the Culture: The Water Drum
What We Can Learn from the Lakota
EPA Green Lights NGS
10 Military Uses of Native Imagery
Coming Attraction: Winter in the Blood
Gourmet Indigenous Dishes [10 Photos]
Redskins Hire PR Firm
Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Thing About Skins
WinStar World Golf Championship to benefit local youth program
Native American chamber honors Brenco with Small Business of Year award
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...
Cherokee Nation Enterprises goes green
Blue Lake Casino's hotel pared down, on schedule
The Blue Lake Rancheria has announced that its new 102-room hotel is on schedule to open by the middle of June...
Thunder Valley Casino cuts work force
Facing new competition and a weak economy, Thunder Valley Casino has laid off 5 percent of its employees...
Judge overturns Tribe banishment
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...
Much at stake for tribes awaiting recognition
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...
Osage Nation steps up in economic development field with internal changes
The Osage Nation is positioning itself to step up in the field of economic development, recently making some internal changes to ease that transition...
State won't close Wind, Drano to chinook salmon fishing
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...
School district agreement seeks improved environment for native students
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...
Delay requested in Aquash murder case
Great Women of Gaming for 2008 award winners honored
FARGO, N.D. – Casino Enterprise Management Magazine named the winners of its 2008 Great Women of Gaming Awards , now in its fourth year...
Tulalip tribal member charged with theft for raiding customer's "points" accounts
WALTER ANTHONY MOSES, 27, an enrolled member of the Tulalip Tribe was charged yesterday in U.S...
Feds: Pot smugglers on border territory sold more than $700 million
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...
Ramsey pushing bill to let Tennessee recognize Indian tribes
Legislation exposing divided feelings among Tennessee’s Native American Indian groups is before state lawmakers with a couple of heavy political hitters behind it...
Northern Arapahos start new radio program
The Northern Arapaho Tribe has started producing a new radio program dedicated to news and events on the Wind River Indian Reservation...
American Indians being recruited for medical field
For a young Hopi medical student, the problem was overcoming her culture's view of handling a dead body...
Virginia Indian nations come together for pow-wow
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...
Journalists make gains in time of industry peril
WASHINGTON – At a time of intense decline in the print journalism industry, American Indians appear to be making modest gains...
‘Protecting our Children’ was theme of conference
Kristy Alberty, Special to Today
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