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Tex G. Hall and Chris Stearns
7/20/09
A s the debate over the impact of President Obama’s economic stimulus bill rages in Washington, we want to call attention to an unprecedented source of $2 billion in funding for tr...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
7/20/09
DENVER – A Native’s light skin color may play a role in offensive workplace remarks, but the questionable interchange doesn’t violate the law, an appellate court has ruled...
Rob Capriccioso
7/20/09
WASHINGTON – On the heels of a Supreme Court decision that complicates land into trust matters for tribes, a policymaker from Tulsa, Okla...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
7/20/09
PLUMMER, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe recently elected three council members...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/19/09
AUGUSTA, Maine – The Maine Legislature passed a number of significant bills concerning tribal-state relations, the area’s ancient Wabanaki tribes, and the Maine Indian Tribal-State...
Roberta John, Special to Today
7/19/09
RED VALLEY, Ariz...
Rob Capriccioso
7/19/09
WASHINGTON – For years, the numbers just didn’t add up...
Dave Palermo
7/19/09
I t was common, centuries ago, for the Hupa people of what is now Northern California to trade with the neighboring Yurok for the wood needed to fashion canoes...
Valerie Taliman, Guest column
7/19/09
A nation is not defeated until the hearts of its women are on the ground,” goes an old Cheyenne proverb. Sometimes I think it’s amazing we’re still standing at all...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
7/19/09
NESPELEM, Wash...
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
7/18/09
J ody Colbert, a citizen of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, is getting a lot of attention in the floral industry by bringing the splendor of Native American art, design and style ...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
7/18/09
BOULDER, Colo...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
7/18/09
SEATTLE – Duwamish leader Si’ahl was the first to sign the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, which made millions of acres of land available for settlement in exchange for certain gu...
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
7/18/09
OMAHA, Neb. – He was an Irish kid until the first grade. Then, the orphanage children discovered cowboys and Indians...
Jaime Arsenault and Stephanie Carroll Rainie
7/18/09
W hat happens when American Indian nations, instead of the federal government, manage on-reservation health care? Do services improve?...
Katsi Cook, Guest column
7/18/09
A n enduring source of strength for Native women is the small world web of social and cultural relationships that we maintain in our communities...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/18/09
SPOKANE, Wash...
Rob Capriccioso
7/18/09
ARLINGTON, Va. – “I can introduce you to Larry EchoHawk or Hilary Tompkins,” a liaison said to a tribal leader at a BIA consultation meeting July 8...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/18/09
WASHINGTON – Less than a month after being selected by President Obama to fill the newly-created position of senior policy advisor for Native American affairs, Kimberly Teehee sett...
Staff reports
7/17/09
NEW ORLEANS – In June 2008, the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma re-interred a Seminole woman who had died while a prisoner of war at Jackson Barracks, in New Orleans...

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