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Poaching of possible record elk probed
A Duchesne County man could face federal charges in the poaching of two bull elk, one of which may have been a world-class animal...
Mattaponi Indian tribal official Ralph D. Custalow dies
Ralph Dewey Custalow was born on the Mattaponi Indian Reservation and lived his entire life in the house where he was born. He was a gardener, gospel singer and church deacon...
Around the Campfire
Dr. Dean Chavers
T hirty years ago I wrote in this column about the powerless Indian college professor...
3 tribal members told to stay in jail
Three Navajo tribe members charged with a vicious beating and sexual assault were ordered Monday to remain in custody because they pose a danger to the community. U.S...
Paterson supports off-reservation casinos
Add Gov. David Paterson's name to the chorus of people seeking a change in Bush-era policies banning off-reservation casinos...
UN climate change conference produces non-binding ‘Copenhagen Accord’
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
COPENHAGEN, Denmark – The United Nations Climate Change Conference ended Dec...
Not settling for less
Letter to the Editor
In Cobell v. Salazar , we have had lawyers and advocates who fought a tremendous battle for us against the Department of Interior’s bureaucracy, and prevailed...
Penobscot chief calls on Obama to help stop state erosion of tribal sovereignty
Gale Courey Toensing
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine – When the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act was passed in 1980, a Senate report celebrated the event with the statement that “from this day forward the tribe...
Trahant: Are we there yet?
E arly Monday morning the Senate moved health care insurance reform one step closer to becoming law . But the steps ahead, in political terms, must be perfect...
Nelson-Atkins Museum opens new American Indian galleries
Director Marc Wilson of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art summed up the new American Indian galleries in a simple sentence: "We've made a bold statement in terms of real estate and i...
Services suffer from lack of doctors, aides
This past October, sick with the flu, Shirley Crane went to the Indian Health Service clinic in Lower Brule to see whether she might have H1N1...
History is made
History was made Saturday when the first building to be wholly owned by the Lumbee tribe opened to the public...
Equipment losses, theft from IHS total millions
A year ago, Indian Health Service gave its senior official in charge of property management a $13,000 bonus, despite the fact that millions in equipment has been lost or stolen wit...
Judge dismisses case over controversial UND nickname
A district court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education that sought to prevent the body from retiring the University of North ...
Cloverdale fuming over tax-free tobacco shop
A new tobacco shop in Cloverdale is prompting complaints that its American Indian owners enjoy an unfair advantage by not charging sales tax...
Fruitport Township, county, Indian tribe set up account for casino-related expenses
Officials with Fruitport Township, Muskegon County and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians have agreed to establish escrow accounts to help pay for preliminary expenses for a p...
Know law in working with tribes
M ichigan is home to 12 of the more than 560 federally recognized American Indian tribes in the U.S...
Specialty clinic might be benefit - or duplication
Tribal people in South Dakota go to heart, cancer and other specialists at 15 percent to 20 percent of average South Dakotans, according to IHS numbers...
Indian casinos disregard Alabama Supreme Court ruling, say feds, not state govern them
Alabama's Indian casinos are not changing their gambling machines to meet standards set recently by the state Supreme Court because they are regulated by federal rather than state ...
d’Errico: Perils of empire-building
U .S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has several times discussed the long history of Afghanistan, referring to the many failed efforts by imperial powers to conquer it...
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