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Cherokee Art Market Boasts 150 Artists
Video: Deep-Sea Creature Looks Unreal
Native Seahawks Mask to Come to Seattle
Tribe to Break Ground on Health Facility
DNA Says Seals and Sea Lions Brought TB
Why Miss Indian World Beats Miss America
Mashco-Piro Contact Initiated in Peru
Debra Haaland Could Make History in NM
GON Named Top 100 Event in North America
Sarah Deer Among MacArthur Grant Winners
Salmon-Killing Disease Found in Klamath
Muscogee Open House Today
Living Life at Dartmouth as a Native
Natives Sue San Francisco Police Dept.
Senator: NFL Should Lose Tax Exemption
BREAKING: Mohegan Tribe Loses Out
10 More Stunning Indigenous Innovations
University Donates Furniture to Home
Patricia Michaels: Project Runway Redux
Thing About Skins
Pendleton celebrates 100 years with ‘Weaving America’s Spirit Since 1909’
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Washington tribes receive nearly $2 million to protect Puget Sound
SEATTLE – On March 29, 19 tribes received grants totaling nearly $2 million for on-the-ground projects to protect and preserve water quality and salmon habitat in the Puget Sound r...
High Court: Treated sewage OK at Snowbowl
The religious objections of Indian tribes can't stop the operators of Snowbowl from using recycled sewage to make snow on the San Francisco Peaks, the U.S...
PALA BAND SELECTED FOR SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION EXHIBIT ON NATIVE AMERICAN SKATEBOARDING
Only a year after opening a new skate park on their reservation, the Pala Band of Mission Indians will be included in a new Smithsonian Institution exhibit on skateboarding in the ...
Freedmen protest honor given to Cherokee chief
A group of descendants of former slaves once owned by Cherokee Indians Thursday protested an honor given to Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith...
Memorial walk marks year since Arapaho girls died
Members of the Northern Arapaho Tribe planned to hold a memorial walk Saturday to mark the one-year anniversary of the deaths of three girls whose bodies were found in a tribal hou...
Tribes, police band together to fight drugs, gangs
The two law officers meeting over breakfast at the Lake of the Torches Casino had not gone there looking for trouble...
US sues Oglala tribe for $360,000 for grant money
The federal government is taking the Oglala Sioux Tribe to court, claiming the tribe owes nearly $360,000 from a federal grant...
Delaware Tribe on the brink of federal recognition
After years of struggling, the Delaware Tribe of Indians is on the cusp of regaining federal recognition...
Conn. tribe cuts back big celebration
The Mashantucket Pequot tribe is cutting back on what had become one of the major American Indian gatherings, Schemitzun (skuh-MITTS'-uhn)...
A pow wow reaches deep into the past
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
O ur Labor Day Weekend Powwow is a traditional one,” said Carol Welsh, Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, executive director of the Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio...
Anonymous Republican blocks Tompkins’ Interior confirmation
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The confirmation of Hilary Tompkins as Interior solicitor is being blocked by an anonymous Republican senator who has put a secret hold on the proceeding, a move that ...
Turning things around
T.J. Vassar, Special to Today
SEATTLE – Frankie Jo Cochran was one of a few students who participated in a program designed to improve the confidence and aspirations of low and moderate income inner city eighth...
Trimble: The demise of the Fighting Sioux
Charles E. Trimble
I n the furnished apartment where my wife and I lived when we were first married in 1962, there was a large framed print of a god-awful painting that hung on the wall behind our co...
1.0: Skin moms rule
M y mother is an incredible mother. She is one of those amazing Skin mothers who used to mix up our powdered milk before we woke up...
Gwich’in and Alaska Natives create human aerial message
ARCTIC VILLAGE, Alaska – The Gwich’in Steering Committee and representatives of communities of Alaska Native peoples from across the region laid their bodies on the tundra May 30 t...
CRYP to sponsor birthday parties
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. – Few days in a child’s life are as precious as his or her birthday...
Morgan chairs Council of Large Land Base Tribes meeting, re-elected vice chairman
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Honorable Speaker Lawrence T...
Undergraduate research offered at N.D. tribal colleges
FORT YATES, N.D. – Sitting Bull College recently announced the North Dakota Tribal College Research Experience for Undergraduates program...
Bordeaux: BIE contributes to failure of students
T he federal Bureau of Indian Education continues to promote the Bush administration’s Reading First program for its Indian schools in 23 states even after a Reading First Impact S...
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