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Tribute to Johnny Cash
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Michael Bucher and Joanne Shenandoah , in conjunction with Hondo Mesa Records have recently released “Bitter Tears – Sacred Ground,” a tribute to the 1964 album “Bitter tears: Ball...
Tulalip Tribes re-elect Fryberg and Zackuse
TULALIP, Wash. – On March 14, the Tulalip Tribal membership voted for two elected board positions on the Tulalip Tribes’ governing body – the seven-member board of directors...
Tax code discussed at recent work session
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The 21st Navajo Nation Council convened for a work session to discuss the To’Nanees’Dizi Local Government Tax Code, at the Navajo Nation Council chamber...
Seeds of hope planted with USDA
WASHINGTON – Tribal leaders were on hand to help kick off a new organic garden on the lawn of the U.S. Department of Agriculture...
Documentary a new tool for IHS
Konnie LeMay, Today correspondent
" W omen go to see the doctor and men die. … that’s our history.” Experience – as a family practice physician and an Ojibwe man – brought Dr. Arne Vainio to this conclusion...
Economic town hall meetings held in N.M. Indian country
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – New Mexico Lt. Gov...
Miss Oglala Lakota Nation embraces NEC
Black Eagle elected Crow chairman
The Associated Press
CROW AGENCY, Mont. (AP) – Voters elected Cedric Black Eagle chairman of the Crow Tribe, choosing him over Leroy Not Afraid 2,521 – 850...
Rosebud tribal court worker must repay $4,000
The Associated Press
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A Mission woman working as a Rosebud Sioux Tribe court staffer must repay $4,000 she stole from the tribe...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SALT LAKE CITY – DJ Wright’s month of March was what young athletes dream about, but very few achieve. DJ is a First Nations athlete from Sault Ste. Marie, Toronto, Canada...
Family frustrated with investigation of Wolf Point teen's death
Family and friends of a Wolf Point teenager who authorities said drowned are frustrated with the police investigation into the incident...
Decision on Duroville expected next week
A federal judge announced he will issue a decision next week on the fate of the Duroville migrant farmworker mobile home park...
Wolf-Dog Hybrid Escapes Captor
An unusual animal that was destined for a sanctuary has disappeared. A wolf-hybrid found on the St...
OST road debt loan shuts down highways
The Oglala Sioux Tribe will borrow $1.1 million from a Gordon, Neb., bank to pay off a $1.5 million arbitration award it owes to a Sioux Falls road contractor, the tribal council d...
‘Whispers’ gains new voices
Did i Violate my Oath of office
All interested members were in attendance at the tribal office. We listened to all band members tell us there hopes and dreams of a better tomorrow...
House panel OKs Lumbee bill
A North Carolina congressman said yesterday that a bill to grant federal recognition to the Lumbee Indian tribe is heading toward a vote in the full House. U.S. Rep...
Texoma Treasure: Native Texoman Represents Area in the Miss Indian World Pageant
The Miss Indian World Pageant is kicking off today in Albuquerque...
Blackfeet culture comes alive at festival
Getting a taste of all things Blackfeet, from language and culture to treaty rights and land issues, was the mission of the 17th annual Days of the Blackfeet event at Blackfeet Com...
Death of noted national Indian leader
Sherman Timothy Wapato, 73, entered the Spirit World at his home in Rapid City, S.D. Sunday, April 19, 2009 as a result of heart failure...
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