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Neb. court: Tribe can intervene in kids’ cases
Nate Jenkins, Associated Press Writer
Thune, Dorgan seek to boost Standing Rock patrols
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – U.S. Sens...
Shingle Springs funds county law enforcement services
SHINGLE SPRINGS, Calif. – The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians recently made a payment of $125,000 to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors for law enforcement services...
Trahant: The double standard of government-run health care: Indian Health Service
T here seems to be political consensus that our health care system will not end up like those in Canada or England...
NAIHC names Arizona tribal member executive director
WASHINGTON – The National American Indian Housing Council recently selected Mellor Willie, a Native American affairs advocate with extensive experience at the tribal, state and fed...
Court supports opposition to HUD cutbacks in Oklahoma tribal housing
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians of Oklahoma successfully challenged a federal agency’s funding cutback for UKB housing when the 10th Circuit Court ruled June...
Cherokee Nation launches rebranding effort
Cherokee Nation Enterprises, the Cherokee Nation's retail, gambling, entertainment, hospitality and tourism arm, has changed its name to Cherokee Nation Entertainment...
Nonprofit, company aim to boost green energy on tribal lands
California Indian Manpower Consortium Inc...
Tribal members plead not guilty to contraband cigarette charges
Four people who operated a smoke shop on the Swinomish Indian Reservation that was raided for untaxed cigarettes two years ago pleaded not guilty to federal charges Monday in Seatt...
Child's remains finally repatriated to tribe
A man hunting rabbits in Millard County a decade ago came across several small navy blue glass beads that led him to a baby's grave...
Tigua tribe honors lawyer for his decades of service, activism
Tom Diamond wasn't born a Tigua, but his fascination with Native American culture has led him to a bountiful, decades-long friendship with the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo that leaves him...
Educator recognized for spreading Native culture
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. – Students in schools throughout California have, for the past 15 years, had the pleasure of knowing Jacque Nunez...
Nkwusm works to preserve Salish language
Mark Ratledge, Special to Today
ARLEE, Mont. – Nkwusm , a Salish Language immersion school on the Salish-Kootenai Reservation in Arlee, Mont. had its first graduation June 12...
Teenagers accused of burning two churches on Onondaga Nation
Two Onondaga Nation teenagers were jailed on arson and burglary charges after two Sunday morning fires left one church in ruins and damaged another...
Indian education professional development grants awarded
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
Shared Vision: A catalyst for change in Bemidji
S everal years ago it was commonplace to see cigarette-smoking in local restaurants. Smoking was a cultural norm that our society tolerated and allowed...
Billy Frank Jr.
T ribes are steadfast about their treaty shellfish harvest rights. If we weren’t, our livelihoods and cultures would disappear...
Failure to speak
Letter to the Editor
T his poem is particularly intended to criticize the failure of people to speak out against the genocide of indigenous peoples around the world over the last 500 years...
W e’ll all gladly admit that Native people have come a long way in a very short period of time. At the beginning of the 20th century things were an absolute disaster...
Tiger Woods' visit 'wonderful news'
Tiger Woods, the world's No. 1 golfer, and perhaps the greatest of all time, will visit Central New York next month...
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