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1/14/09
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...
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
1/14/09
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Twenty-two dancers from the Arctic Circle are preparing for a historic trip to the lower 48...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
1/14/09
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...
Phuong Le, Associated Press
1/13/09
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...
Richard Walker, Today Correspondent
1/13/09
ANACORTES, Wash. – Mary McDowell Hansen was prepared early for the battles that lay ahead for her Samish people...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
1/13/09
BOULDER, Colo. – “What makes a sacred site sacred?” was the question posed to visiting scholars from South America and the U.S...
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
1/13/09
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...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
1/13/09
SHERIDAN, Wyo. – Tahnee Robinson, with Sheridan College, ranks near the top of junior college women basketball players in the country...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
1/13/09
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The 2010 Winter Olympics will turn the international spotlight on the Pacific Northwest...
Redwing Cloud, Today Correspondent
1/13/09
PEACH SPRING, Ariz. – Interested in experiencing rip-snorting Old West entertainment? Then consider visiting the Hualapai Ranch at the Grand Canyon West...
Estar Holmes, Today correspondent
1/13/09
Travelers and armchair historians alike will find plenty of food for thought in “American Indian Places: A Historical Guidebook,” edited by Frances H. Kennedy...
Pam Hughes, Today correspondent
1/13/09
“ A lways a People: Oral Histories of Contemporary Woodland Indians” is a teaching mosaic related by 40 community-designated elders and leaders of Potawatomi, Delaware, Miami, Otta...
Rob Schmidt, Today correspondent
1/13/09
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — These days Native filmmaking is blossoming. Across the continent you can find a dozen or more festivals dedicated to the field...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
1/13/09
LAME DEER, Mont. – A 400-mile journey commemorating some 130 Northern Cheyenne murdered by the U.S. Cavalry in the 19th century ended Jan. 13...
Julia Good Fox
1/13/09
D uring a meeting at Wi’am, a conflict resolution center in historic Bethlehem, a gentleman shared a moment of either resignation or despair with our delegation: “It’s not part of ...
1/13/09
Sixty-five people were registered for the two day seminar which was supported by the Department of Justice...
1/13/09
The current education system is in crisis as evidenced by 1.2 million high school dropouts nationwide among all ethnic groups, says a university professor who advocates reform.
1/13/09
Helen Cedar Tree, the oldest member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe and a longtime supporter of tribal community and cultural preservation efforts, has died. She was 96...
1/13/09
The Tulalips and eight other local American Indian tribes will share $2 million with nontribal fishermen to compensate for the lack of sockeye salmon from the Fraser River...

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