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Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Yearlong Project on Historical Trauma
Traditional Government Disadvantages
10 Cool Rez Pup Photos
MVP Schimmel's Shining Moments
Children of Many Colors Pow Wow
Obama's Indian Education Proposals
Music Festival Bans Hipster Headdresses
NMAI Profile: Sheri Doxtator
Spotlight 29 Casino to Host the Winter G
Used Car Loan Scam
Peru Oil Spill Kills Fish, Sickens Many
An Elder’s Missionary Life
10 Things Other People Love About Native
Land Buyback Just a Dangling Carrot
NBC Seeks Native Actress for 'Peter Pan'
The Hot List, Part II: The Actresses
Thing About Skins
EXCLUSIVE: Abramoff Gets Hollywood Prison Visit; Kevin Spacey Starring As 'Casino Jack'
Kevin Spacey is in Washington DC this weekend doing extensive research for is portrayal of Jack Abramoff in the biopic Casino Jack, which starts principal photography this month wi...
Navajo Nation celebrates sovereignty day
All Navajo-operated government, educational and business organizations are closed today in commemoration of Navajo Sovereignty Day...
Schumer asks new Interior secretary to approve land in trust for casinos
US Senator Charles Schumer says he would like new Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to approve lands in trust so that casinos could be built in Sullivan County by Native American trib...
Companies on reservations owe taxes
Companies can’t escape paying state property taxes just because they locate on Indian reservations, the Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled...
Tribe looks to joint venture for Reservation Road work
An agreement to extend nominal federal jurisdiction to more than 10 miles of roadway leading to the Tule River Indian Reservation could bring federal cash to bear to improve those ...
22nd casino to open in Michigan
The FireKeepers Casino is scheduled to add to Michigan's 20-plus casinos this summer. However, according to CEO Andy Asselin of the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, 6800 E...
Yakamas part of lawsuit over alleged Jesuit abuse
Yakama tribal members are among those suing a Northwest order of Catholic Jesuits over allegations that they were abused at an Indian boarding school in Okanogan County...
Tribal members recruited into medical fields
For a young Hopi medical student, the problem was over- coming her culture's view of handling a dead body...
A Sovereign (And Successful) Chickasaw Nation
If we think of the Chickasaw as a nation, their No. 1 foreign policy priority is trade. Their No. 1 trading partner? Texas...
A leader's resignation is part of the Stillaguamish Tribe's efforts to move on
A Stillaguamish tribal leader has resigned from her position as acting executive director in what the tribe's lawyer says is part of the tribe's ongoing efforts to rebuild its gove...
Seeds of hope planted with USDA
WASHINGTON – Tribal leaders were on hand to help kick off a new organic garden on the lawn of the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
Tax code discussed at recent work session
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The 21st Navajo Nation Council convened for a work session to discuss the To’Nanees’Dizi Local Government Tax Code, at the Navajo Nation Council chamber...
Wind Creek Hotel and Casino
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
ATMORE, Ala. – In Alabama, a state whose constitution forbids gambling, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians officially opened the Wind Creek Casino and Hotel in January...
Author wants Sports Illustrated to honor Penobscot athletes’ legacy
Gale Courey Toensing
ORONO, Maine – Author and professor Ed Rice is passionate about Penobscot Nation super-athletes and cousins Louis and Andrew Sockalexis...
Tribute to Johnny Cash
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Michael Bucher and Joanne Shenandoah , in conjunction with Hondo Mesa Records have recently released “Bitter Tears – Sacred Ground,” a tribute to the 1964 album “Bitter tears: Ball...
Tulalip Tribes re-elect Fryberg and Zackuse
TULALIP, Wash. – On March 14, the Tulalip Tribal membership voted for two elected board positions on the Tulalip Tribes’ governing body – the seven-member board of directors...
Documentary a new tool for IHS
Konnie LeMay, Today correspondent
" W omen go to see the doctor and men die. … that’s our history.” Experience – as a family practice physician and an Ojibwe man – brought Dr. Arne Vainio to this conclusion...
Economic town hall meetings held in N.M. Indian country
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – New Mexico Lt. Gov...
Miss Oglala Lakota Nation embraces NEC
Black Eagle elected Crow chairman
The Associated Press
CROW AGENCY, Mont. (AP) – Voters elected Cedric Black Eagle chairman of the Crow Tribe, choosing him over Leroy Not Afraid 2,521 – 850...
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