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01/15/09 - NEW YORK'S NEXT INDIAN WAR
Now this is clever: The Seneca Indians, smarting over Gov...
01/15/08 - Falling through the cracks: Center pushes for act to protect disabled adults
Advocates for people with disabilities are pushing adoption of a new Navajo law to protect the tribe's disabled population...
01/15/09 - Tribes want more American Indians on federal bench
Leaders of California's politically powerful Indian tribes are pressing the incoming Obama administration to appoint more American Indians to the federal judiciary.
1830s era American Indian dormitory to become Mackinac Island art museum
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. – The first phase of an innovative art museum due to open the summer of 2010 is underway inside historic Fort Mackinac on Mackinac Island...
Briggs: Answer Obama’s call to hope
B efore Christmas, a 6-year-old friend came into our lives. He insists that I call him Skywalker...
01/14/09 - Boren, Cole ask outgoing Indian gambling chairman to leave rules alone
01/14/09 - Canadian Indian Policy a Dismal Failure: Fraser Institute
Canada's current Indian policy is deeply flawed and will be unable to change and progress until the country moves away from the concept of Indians as a collective and parallel soci...
01/14/09 - Feds reject proposed Beloit tribal casino
An application to develop a tribal casino at Beloit has been denied by the U.S...
01/14/09 - Gov. Crist, lawmakers differ on Indian deal
A House committee examining a potential gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe was told the agreement Gov. Charlie Crist already signed essentially doesn’t exist.
01/14/09 - Court rejects casino lawsuit
A federal court has dismissed Amador County's lawsuit over the legitimacy of a proposed casino 36 miles from Stockton, clearing one of the remaining hurdles for the Buena Vista Ran...
01/14/09 - Tribe gets money for dental clinic
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde recently received $500,000 for a new dental clinic addition as part of the federal Housing and Urban Development Indian Community Block Grant...
01/14/09 - Bison make a new home on the range _ in Utah
For the first time in nearly 70 years, Utah has a new free-roaming bison herd...
01/14/09 - Seneca Nation plans to collect tolls on Thruway
The Seneca Indian Nation is preparing to collect tolls on sections of the New York State Thruway that run through reservation land to protest the state's plans to tax cigarettes de...
Coal permit expansion approved as Hopi chairman resigns
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER, Colo. – A controversy over coal mining in northern Arizona reached a milestone Dec. 22 when a federal agency gave the go-ahead for Peabody Western Coal Co...
Persistence pays off for Alaskan dance group
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Twenty-two dancers from the Arctic Circle are preparing for a historic trip to the lower 48...
Hoh Indians head for higher ground
Phuong Le, Associated Press
HOH INDIAN RESERVATION, Wash. (AP) – Flooding used to be a problem every five or 10 years for the Hoh Indian Reservation. These days it’s an annual event...
‘Samish grandmother’ Mary McDowell Hansen passes away
Richard Walker, Today Correspondent
ANACORTES, Wash. – Mary McDowell Hansen was prepared early for the battles that lay ahead for her Samish people...
Preservation concerns at Colorado sacred site
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BOULDER, Colo. – “What makes a sacred site sacred?” was the question posed to visiting scholars from South America and the U.S...
Just plain Tuff
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Chester David “Tuff” Harris, a member of the Apsaalooke Crow Nation, is a talented athlete who strategized his way to the NFL with dedication and versatility...
Shootin’ hoops in Sheridan
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SHERIDAN, Wyo. – Tahnee Robinson, with Sheridan College, ranks near the top of junior college women basketball players in the country...
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