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Indian Farmers Told Not to Lose Hope Over Lawsuit
American Indian farmers and ranchers involved in a decade-old lawsuit have been told by their attorneys and tribal leaders not to lose hope...
2 charged in 1975 American IndianMovement slaying
State prosecutors announced murder charges Thursday against a Canadian man and South Dakota woman in the 1975 slaying of an American Indian Movement member...
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Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Passamaquoddy culture bearers in Library of Congress concerts
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Two Passamaquoddy culture bearers will bring their nation’s traditional music to the American capital...
Can a Mother Lose Her Child Because She Doesn't Speak English?
Can the U.S. government take a woman's baby from her because she doesn't speak English?...
Seminole Nation has new principal chief
The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma elected Leonard Harjo as its new principal chief and Ella Colman the new assistant chief during its recent elections...
Refinery gets hard questions on reservation
Randy and Terry Fossen own a number of rental properties near where a proposed refinery would be built on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation and they attended a meeting at New To...
An industry first? American Indian tribe buys a broker-dealer
In what may be a first, a tribe of Native Americans is buying a broker-dealer and money manager, with a plan to win business by using its status as a minority-owned firm to appeal ...
Contemporary Sounds From Performers Whose Roots Run Deep
Things got promising Tuesday night at the Hard Rock Cafe when, midshow, some grips cleared the stage, pulled out a red rug on which a drum kit had already been laid out, and secure...
Tribe opens doors to new, expansive school
Tribal leaders, local and state dignitaries came together Wednesday morning to officially open the new Muckleshoot Tribal School...
San Manuel Names Jerry Paresa As CAO
The San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians General Council and Business Committee announced that effective September 1, Mr...
Creeks hope to revive dog track
As the lean dogs jumped from the starting boxes, only a few dozen spectators at Mobile Greyhound Park were scattered across the upstairs clubhouse for the fifth race of the night...
Plenty cheered tribe's reckless spending
The editorial titled “Pequots have come too far to fail now,” published Sept...
Governor slips by Apache Homeland protesters after interviewing commission candidates
Richland, tribes disagree over interpretive center
Richland city leaders and Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Nation leaders gathered Wednesday in Pendleton, but found a gap between them on plans for Columbia Point South...
Freedmen protest honor given to Cherokee chief
A group of descendants of former slaves once owned by the Cherokee Indians are protesting an honor given to Cherokee Principal Chief Chad Smith...
Alaska comes to Soho
Eileen Shimizu, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Soho, which hosts many art galleries and trendy downtown fashion houses such as Armani Exchange and Prada, has a neighbor featuring art and fashion from Alaska...
Recognition Put On Hold Again
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Casino foes file suit delaying progress on development
Another bump in the road has further delayed progress on a casino and resort hotel proposed for a Wilfred Avenue 254-acre site west of Rohnert Park city limits...
Annual Pow-Wow draws family, friends
It is spiritual, but not religious. It is traditional, but not exclusive. Full of symbolism and honor, it is sometimes somber, but mostly fun...
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