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Appeals court: Indian trust accounting needed
WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 24 that the Department of the Interior must account for billions of dollars in mismanaged Indian trust funds...
E ndangered species of seafood – shellfish especially – prompted me to attend a lecture about this problem. The speaker was an expert on the subject...
Casino and Canoe Journeys
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Stimulus money helps Coeur d’Alene
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – Money provided by President Obama’s stimulus plan has allowed the Coeur d’Alene Tribe to begin work on several projects, and other grants have also been approved a...
Tribe sues Glendale over casino land
The Tohono O’odham Nation, which is seeking to build a casino resort on land next to Glendale, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city, requesting that a state court review prom...
CT Casinos Teaming Up For Marketing Campaign
With the casino gaming industry taking a big hit due to the combined effects of the recession and the proliferation of casino gaming throughout the country, it’s creating strange b...
Tribes seeking Navy land given another extension
The Navy has again granted the Bureau of Indian Affairs a deadline extension to complete its application to acquire, for free, surplus Navy land on Aquidneck Island for two area tr...
Tribal Journeys pays respect to nature, history
Three years ago when the Suquamish Tribe hosted canoe pullers rowing their way south toward the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation, Tina Jackson watched as two pallets of bottled water...
Defendant in 1975 Pine Ridge death wants own trial
One of two men charged with killing a fellow American Indian Movement member more than 33 years ago has renewed his request for a separate trial, saying a jurisdiction issue for hi...
A new Obama Indian policy
Letter to the Editor
T he Obama administration should take advantage of the opportunity to create a new and more useful vision for Indian policy...
Citizens, not members
Letter to the Editor
I have a request to make. Your newspaper is very influential in Indian country...
Letter to the Editor
I recently came across a book that is worth mentioning to anyone who is researching their ancestry, but who may also be investigating and seeking out documentation on tribal land i...
Court: Mother’s custody wishes trump those of tribe
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that a licensed adoption agency in Las Vegas can place an American Indian child with a family, despite the objections of the Cherokee Nation Trib...
Near Durango, Solix Biofuels makes oil from algae
Solix Biofuels Inc. has started making oil from algae at its facility near Durango...
Road being built for tribal health center
The Three Affiliated Tribes are building a road for the new $20 million health center planned for the Fort Berthold Reservation...
Garcia and Stevens Jr.: The original sovereigns
Joe A. Garcia and Ernest Stevens Jr.
I ndian nations are the original sovereigns of this land. Our people established the first democracies, respecting free speech and the rights of men and women...
Assembly of First Nations names Atleo chief
David Wiwchar, Today correspondent
CALGARY, Alberta – After 22 hours of voting and eight ballots, 41-year-old Ahousaht Hereditary Chief Shawn ‘A-in-chut’ Atleo has been named National Chief of the Assembly of First ...
President pushes health care reform agenda
WASHINGTON – Amid growing questions from citizens and Congress regarding his plans for comprehensive national health care reform, President Obama held a primetime press conference ...
Tohono O'odham sues Glendale over casino land dispute
The Tohono O'odham Nation is demanding that Glendale prove its claims that tribally owned land within its borders is not suitable for a resort and casino...
Meskwaki tribe completes Marshalltown bank purchase
The Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi has completed its purchase of Pinnacle Bank in Marshalltown effective July 17. David S...
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