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House panel OKs Lumbee bill
A North Carolina congressman said yesterday that a bill to grant federal recognition to the Lumbee Indian tribe is heading toward a vote in the full House. U.S. Rep...
Texoma Treasure: Native Texoman Represents Area in the Miss Indian World Pageant
The Miss Indian World Pageant is kicking off today in Albuquerque...
Blackfeet culture comes alive at festival
Getting a taste of all things Blackfeet, from language and culture to treaty rights and land issues, was the mission of the 17th annual Days of the Blackfeet event at Blackfeet Com...
Death of noted national Indian leader
Sherman Timothy Wapato, 73, entered the Spirit World at his home in Rapid City, S.D. Sunday, April 19, 2009 as a result of heart failure...
Researcher clarifies Native childhood obesity findings
WASHINGTON – From segments on cable news to Associated Press reports, the national news media has been abuzz, reporting findings from a recent study that indicated Native American ...
Salazar to visit tribes and UTTC in North Dakota
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar will meet with tribal leaders during a visit to North Dakota this weekend...
Tribal voters approve Fighting Sioux nickname
Members of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe say they’re proud of the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname and they showed it with their votes...
Tribe should control casino cash, judge says
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation's central government should be in charge of its communities' casino funds, a tribal judge ruled this week...
Paying their respects: Great Basin tribes dance to honor traditions
Through song and dance, members of the Great Basin tribes continue to pay their respects to the same animals that inspired reverence in their ancestors...
Wampanoag: PBS failed to get tribe perspective
The head of the Public Broadcasting Service is rebutting criticism from local American Indian tribes that the nonprofit network did not consult tribal historic preservation officer...
Lumbee Recognition Bill Headed To House Vote
A North Carolina congressman says a bill to grant federal recognition to the Lumbee Indian tribe is heading toward a vote in the U.S. House of representatives...
Sioux split on suit seeking money for Black Hills
A band of Sioux whose ancestors were driven from the majestic Black Hills more than 130 years ago is seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation, upsetting other tribal...
Extra Credit: Two Indian museums earn prestigious accreditation
WASHINGTON – Two Native American museums have made it through years of intense scrutiny and paperwork to become accredited by a well-respected, independent and autonomous body of m...
Treatment with respect to traditions
Diane Cochran, Of The Gazette Staff
BILLINGS, Mont. – Stephanie Iron Shooter was stuck. One of her clients in a breast health screening program had cancer, but Iron Shooter couldn’t tell her...
Young Mohawk golfer soars; already sunk two hole-in-ones
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
AKWESASNE, Ontario – Athletic achievements are common in the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, though no one expected Indian country’s top female amateur golfer to come from an area wher...
Trimble: Lakota language and proud names
B ack in the early 1970s when we were setting up the American Indian Press Association , we held several regional gatherings to meet with editors of tribal newspapers and other Nat...
Journey at Pechanga offers a beautiful trip for all skill levels
Gale Courey Toensing
TEMECULA, Calif. – The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians chose an evocative name for its new world class golf course: Journey at Pechanga . The name is multi-layered and resonant...
Wider Drug War Threatens Colombian Indians
Up and down the rivers of western Colombia, a new breed of criminal armies is pressing deeper into this isolated jungle, fighting with guerrillas for control of the cocaine trade a...
Plan to shut down Seminole card games passes Florida House
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood would have 90 days to shut down its blackjack tables and return to a slots-only casino, under legislation approved by the House on Tuesday...
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