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Sturgeon Comeback in St. Louis River
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Don’t be a Dick—Redskins Is Wrong
Grants for Native Arts Capacity-Building
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Chess Champions at Blackfeet College
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Former NHLer Is Behind the Bench
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Whoopi: 'Spoken Like a True White Guy'
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Mourns Loss
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Focusing on Spirit Lake’s Sacred Youth
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Christi Belcourt Wins Ontario Arts Honor
Thing About Skins
Glendale formally opposes plans for Tohono O'odham casino
Glendale is hardening its concerns about a Tohono O'odham casino planned near the city's sports and entertainment district into official opposition...
Recognize the Lumbee
For generations, North Carolina's Lumbee Indian tribe has fought in vain for full federal recognition. This is a matter of fairness and justice...
Will stimulus money trickle down to Indian Country?
As Indian Country breathes a sigh of relief over President Barack Obama's allocation of about $3 billion of the $787 billion economic stimulus plan to tribes and tribal projects, w...
Florida Senate vote paves way for more gaming
A Florida Senate panel passed two gambling bills Wednesday that could have sweeping impact in Southwest Florida: The Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track would get video slot machines...
Congress passes Navajo water bill
The bill that would authorize funding to settle the Navajo Nation's water rights claims and a pipeline serving the Nation and Gallup heads to President Barack Obama...
Mohegans Fighting Proposed Smoking Ban
The Mohegan Indian tribe is threatening to withhold as much as $200 million in slot machine payments annually if the state legislature bans smoking at casinos, a potential major bl...
Senecas plan to operate FM station
The Seneca Nation says it plans to begin operating its own radio station later this year...
Sustainable Native nations are the life blood
S ince the time before time, Indian nations have been independent, self-governing nations...
Hawaiian Community Assets unveils financial education curriculum for youth
HONOLULU, Hawaii – During the month of March, Hawaiian Community Assets unveiled its new financial education curriculum for youth, Kahua Waiwai, Opio Edition...
Governor Bill Richardson joins tribal leaders to sign State-Tribal Collaboration Act
SANTA FE, N.M – Governor Bill Richardson recently signed Senate Bill 196, the State-Tribal Collaboration Act, at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque...
Opportunity to pose questions to Obama
WASHINGTON – Indian country has the opportunity to ask questions directly to President Barack Obama...
‘Me Sexy: An Exploration of Native Sex and Sexuality’
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
A n entertaining overview of Native sexuality and philosophy, “Me Sexy” overturns mainstream myths and misconceptions and, except for a few dark moments, avoids solemnity in favor ...
Bead artist Molly Murphy awarded best of show at Heard Museum Indian Fair
PHOENIX – Oglala bead artist Molly Murphy won the coveted Best of Show ribbon for her work “Past is Prologue,” a Salish-style cradleboard, at the 51st Annual Heard Museum Guild Ind...
Judge Etpison resigns from judicial post at Tonto Apache Tribe
PAYSON, Ariz - The Honorable Tao Etpison, chief judge of the Tonto Apache Tribal Court announced his decision to resign, which was effective March 19...
Yellow Thunder book named finalist for Great Plains Book of the Year
The Center for Great Plains Studies named Stew Magnuson’s “The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns,” one of six finali...
Anthropology Museum receives grant to conserve endangered Comanche robe
K?naka Maoli scholars against desecration
Letter to the Editor
As K?naka Maoli scholars we write to follow-up on our statement from September 13, 2008 publicly condemning the state-sponsored desecration of a Native Hawaiian burial site at Wain...
Jana searches for Jana’s Kids scholarship recipients
With the release of her new album, “New Moon Born,” Jana Mashonee , Grammy nominee, seven-time Native American Music Award winner and founder of Jana’s Kids, is searching for recip...
Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame releases Web site
BILLINGS, Mont. – The Montana Indian Athletic Hall of Fame has released its Web site where visitors can view Hall of Fame inductees, newspaper articles and upcoming events...
Mohawk Author documents the life of Káteri Tekahkwí:tha
AKWESASNE TERRITORY – A 17th century woman, known as the “Lily of the Mohawks,” is the subject of a new biography...
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