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First American Indian veterans memorial to be erected in California
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A prisoner of war memorial centers on an imposing seven-foot sculpture of a bare-chested serviceman knelt and bound, his head tilted up to the heavens...
Old Mission School new resort hotel casino
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
CRANBROOK, British Columbia – Three Canadian First Nations have taken a bold step towards wiping the tears from past mistreatment of Native people by transforming an old mission sc...
Nebraska art teacher fights boredom with work
Tammy Real-McKeighan, Fremont Tribune
CEDAR BLUFFS, Neb. – At the end of a busy day, Lynn Bowder is tired. But she’s resolute when describing what she dreads most...
Bingaman bill improves Navajo roads – helps kids get to school
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen...
NMSU’s New Mexico Indian Livestock Days set for May 12 – 13 at Laguna
Robby Romero’s “Native Rock, The Singles” features songs never released outside Indian country
WASHINGTON – Robby Romero and Stacey Thunder, owners of Eagle Thunder Entertainment have announced the May 19 worldwide online CD release of “Native Rock, The Singles.” The new dig...
Tribal College Journal announces student writing competition winners
The Tribal College Journal announced the winners of the 2009 Tribal College Journal Student Writing Competition, an annual event that celebrates the creativity and writing ability ...
'Beyond the Chief' signs vandalized
Three signs that were part of the "Beyond the Chief" exhibit on the University of Illinois campus were vandalized between Monday evening and Tuesday afternoon...
Lummis plan Gateway Center groundbreaking in May
Lummi Nation expects to break ground next month on a project in south Ferndale that will provide tribal members with art studios, retail space and classrooms...
Red Scaffold family welcomes soldier son
It took more than a year to get here, but for the next 18 days Army Spec...
Mission man pleads guilty to killing infant son
A 22-year-old Mission man has acknowledged killing his 5-month-old son...
Tobacco tax targets Seminoles
A key state Senate committee passed a tobacco tax proposal Tuesday that would outlaw cheaper, untaxed cigarettes bought from reservation stores such as the popular Seminole Smoke S...
Court rules chairman’s salary not tax-exempt
Salary paid to the chairman of the Citizen Potawatomi Tribe does not come under the definition of funds specifically set aside for programming and is therefore subject to federal i...
Bridge idea is still alive
A proposal for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to purchase land near the Arkansas River that may eventually lead to a new bridge connecting south Tulsa and Jenks is back on the table...
TV stations stop pro-bingo group's ads linking Riley to Choctaws
Several television stations have stopped running ads from a pro-bingo group that attempt to link Gov. Bob Riley to Choctaw tribal casinos in Mississippi...
Glendale council opposes Native American casino
The Glendale City Council voted Tuesday to adopt a resolution opposing plans for a casino near the Cardinals' stadium...
Miccosukee will keep fighting to stop Everglades bridge
Michelle Tirado, Today correspondent
MIAMI, Fla. – The federal government has filed a second motion to dismiss with the U.S. District Court – Southern District of Florida in a case that is preventing the U.S...
Cayuga, Seneca counties plan meeting to discuss Cayuga Indian Nation land trust
Cayuga and Seneca counties will hold an informational meeting on April 16 to update residents on the Cayuga Indian Nation's bid to have about 125 acres in both counties placed into...
Casino Enterprise Management Magazine Honors 2008 Great Women of Gaming
Casino Enterprise Management Magazine, the leading gaming industry trade publication and training event producer, named the winners of its 2008 Great Women of Gaming Awards, now in...
Gambling would financially help Florida, economists say
The state's top economists concluded Monday that a House plan to allow the Seminole Tribe the exclusive right to operate slot machines outside of Miami-Dade and Broward counties wo...
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