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Tribe buys American Indian mound in St. Louis
An Oklahoma-based tribe has bought the last remaining American Indian mound in St. Louis for about $230,000...
Soboba Indian tribe proposal to annex 500 acres for new casino-hotel has some San Jacinto residents worried
The Soboba Indian tribe's proposal to annex more than 500 acres and build a new casino-hotel near their existing gambling complex has some San Jacinto residents worried their neigh...
Bankruptcy imperils Madera County casino
A nationally known gambling expert said last week's bankruptcy filing by Station Casinos could hamper efforts by the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians to build a Madera County c...
UNC prof leads project to discover how Ute survived
Under the Walden valley floor and upon ridges, they're finding tools, campsites and pottery with residue of rabbit and fish...
W hen I was a little kid, I found my teenage sister’s journal. Ok, ok, actually “found” might be a bit dishonest...
North Dakota company makes comeback after suit
Eighteen months after settling a contentious legal battle that challenged the quality of its products, an American Indian-owned company that makes protective gear for soldiers says...
Nebraska woman goes home to Omaha reservation
Kevin Abourezk, Lincoln Journal Star
WALTHILL, Neb. (AP) – At the age of 4, Karen Hardenbrook wanted to be an American Indian. A Methodist preacher and his wife had adopted her when she was just 4 months old...
Defendant in 1975 Pine Ridge death wants own trial
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D...
WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 24 that the Interior Department must account for billions of dollars in mismanaged Indian trust funds...
Native Hawaiian community leaders experience Alaska Native culture
HONOLULU – On June 17, the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement organized a five-day cultural leadership exchange in Anchorage, Alaska for three Native Hawaiian community leader...
McCaskill retreats attack on tribal contracting
WASHINGTON – Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., has been forced to temporarily shelve plans to restrict government contracting with tribes and Alaska Native Corporations...
Sherwood Valley adopts tribal nutrition policy
Shadi Rahimi, Today correspondent
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Commods have a well-deserved bad rep...
Councilor sees opportunity in wind farming
P.J. Lassek, Tulsa World, Okla.
(MCT) – Wind power is blowing across the country, and at least one Tulsa city councilor hopes to harness some of it from a proposed Cherokee Nation wind farm...
Tribes get $100 million for housing
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Fifty tribes have been awarded $100 million in federal stimulus money to bolster housing and stimulate community development...
Kauffman kicks off re-election campaign
Chris Stearns, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Sen...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe vows to appeal NIGC decision to close Akela Casino
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Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe gathering data on health of Sequim Bay
Tohono O’odham files suit against Glendale
Dr. Roubideaux goes to Washington
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – In a textbook case of local girl makes good, Dr...
An interview with IHS Director Dr. Yvette Roubideaux
Gale Courey Toensing
D r. Yvette D. Roubideaux, of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, was confirmed as the director of the IHS by a unanimous vote of the U.S. Senate in early May...
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