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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
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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...
Stanoff: Buying Indian, supporting us all
O ur frustrating Indian politics are derailing one of the greatest economic opportunities in the history of Indian country, the ability to parlay our success in tribal government g...
Riding Out of the Past
As an ample but staid crowd peers down from balconies and staircases, nine young skateboarders fasten their helmets and scrabble up the sides of a pristine half-pipe, which sits, i...
Soboba annexation plan to be up for review
After a wait of more than a year, the public will get a chance to review and comment on a draft environmental report for the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians' proposal to annex almos...
Tribal casinos provide Oklahoma revenue boost
State revenues in Oklahoma from American Indian tribes operating casinos increased by nearly 30 percent in fiscal year 2009, to $105.6 million...
Cherokee Nation gearing up for battle over land use for hunting and fishing
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is telling its citizens that they do not need state hunting or fishing licenses when hunting or fishing on lands that historically belonged to the C...
Mohawks v. Canada: Bridge shutdown hurts business
Melinda Walk needs her Canadian customers back - so much so that she's willing to give them full value for their currency at her convenience store-gas station just over the U.S.-Ca...
Quest for justice motivates trio of attorneys
When she was 12, Danelle Smith set a goal of becoming a lawyer. Nothing, she decided, would stand in her way...
Blackfeet seek answers to 'pill epidemic'
Prescription drug misuse is an epidemic in Indian Country, according to the tribal leaders seeking solutions...
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
H ow do you take the sixth largest state in the U.S. – 400 miles long and 300 miles wide – and condense it to be more tourist friendly? You don’t...
Hopi Head Start parents plant for the future
Schwarzenegger amps up canal campaign, war on fish
Dan Bacher, Special to Today
A fter protesters in Fresno June 18 accused him of not doing enough to support San Joaquin Valley growers in their battle to export more water from the imperiled California Delta, ...
Indians skate for a good cause
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
GLENDALE, Calif. – Natives came out to roller skate and support the Southern California Indian Center at the Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale, Calif., June 28...
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