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11/19/08 - Vizenor describes plan for chemical dependency residential treatment program for American Indian youth
“The best investment any of us can ever make is in our youth,” White Earth Tribal Chairwoman Erma Vizenor told Beltrami County commissioners Tuesday...
11/19/08 - Totem Pow Wow honors veterans, tribal traditions
There were perhaps as many different perspectives on Totem Middle School’s second annual Veterans’ Pow Wow as there were attendees...
11/19/08 - Ex-tribal governor’s case goes to jury
Defense attorneys told jurors in closing arguments Tuesday that finding a former governor of the Indian Township Passamaquoddy Indian Tribe and the tribe’s ex-business manager guil...
11/19/08 - Grand Ronde tribes mark restoration
It's hard to imagine celebrating centuries of history in the span of a couple of days. But in a sense, that will happen Friday and Saturday at Spirit Mountain Casino...
11/19/08 - Tribe snaps up land, quietly plans for casino
Since purchasing the former Great Lakes Downs racetrack in July, the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians has gone on a land-buying spree in Fruitport Township...
Briggs: Storytellers weave their own Thanksgiving memories
N ovember is a busy month for Native American storytellers...
11/19/08 - Tribe getting houses from military base
Grand Forks Air Force Base is donating 34 houses to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. A ceremony was scheduled Wednesday to symbolically hand over the keys...
11/18/08 - American Indian reservations see record voter turnout
Stepped-up voter registration and get-out-the-vote efforts on area American Indian reservations saw record voter turnout on Election Day...
11/18/08 - Red Lake gets $31 million loan for projects
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa has been granted a loan for $31 million to fund three projects, including a new casino and hotel that is being built along state Highway 89 on the sou...
11/18/08 - LA Indian tribe signs friendship affirmation with Israel
The Coushatta Tribe proclaimed its friendship with Israel in a ceremony Monday marking the expected start of a relationship with the Mideast state as the Louisiana tribe seeks to e...
11/18/08 - Detrick celebrates Nat'l American Indian Heritage Month
People can make a difference in the world, helping to move past stereotypes and prejudices, but they have to choose to do so...
11/18/08 - Native American Cultural month stirs Chief Illiniwek controversy
The Chief Illiniwek controversy has gained momentum after the Nov. 15 Assembly Hall event featuring a performance of the retired University symbol...
11/18/08 - Anschutz, Blackfeet team up for oil search
Officials on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are partnering with a Denver-based company in looking for oil on reservation lands. Anschutz Exploration Corp...
11/18/08 - Tribe to distribute 11,000 turkeys
What's Thanksgiving without turkey? Local service providers hope they won't have to find out...
11/18/08 - Deliberation to begin on former tribal governor
The jury is expected to begin deliberations today in the federal trial of a former Indian Township Passamaquoddy tribal governor and the tribe’s ex-business manager accused of misu...
11/18/08 - Vancouver to fight decision on casino
Vancouver will continue its legal fight over one aspect of the proposed Cowlitz casino. The city gave notice Monday with the 9th U.S...
11/18/08 - Tribal members change constitution
Oglala Sioux tribal members have approved a constitutional change that will separate the tribal court system from the executive branch...
Severe weather conditions call for action
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va...
Morales to visit tribal leaders at NMAI
WASHINGTON – Evo Morales, Bolivia’s indigenous president, plans to attend a meeting with North American tribal leaders at the National Museum of the American Indian...
Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s culture highlights a new casino in southern Colorado
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
IGNACIO, Colo. — The Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s new and opulent venture, the Sky Ute Casino Resort and Conference Center, opens Nov...
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