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Trahant: ‘Government-run’ no longer defines the Indian health system
A single phrase is often used to define the Indian health system: “Government-run.” Add those two words to any discussion about health care or reform and most people reach an immed...
Tribe Opens Lobsterville Path But Stresses Access Is Temporary
A sandy path to Lobsterville Beach in Aquinnah has been reopened to the public, halting, at least for now, a contentious land-use battle between the town and the Wampanoag Tribe of...
ND college starts school year on a new campus
Courtney Sinner, The Bismarck Tribune
FORT YATES, N.D. (AP) – A local college is moving over to a brand new campus this year – one that cost $23 million and more than tripled its square footage...
Culturally rich Haida Gwaii an ideal field school location
HAIDA GWAII, British Columbia – Field studies have wrapped up for another year and assignment due dates are pending for another successful Haida Gwaii Field School offering from No...
Alaska Native returns to University of Hawaii and Native nonprofit to intern
HONOLULU – Quinn Carroll, a business administration major from a small village in Alaska is heading back to Hawaii to continue his education...
NMSU to break ground on new learning facility in Corona
Indians Make U.S. Take Out the Trash
Washington's Yakama Indian tribe has a bone to pick with the federal government over a plan to import thousands of tons of Hawaiian garbage to its ancestral hunting grounds...
Ute Tribe suspends chairman of executive, legislative body
The Northern Ute Indian Tribe Business Committee voted Monday to suspend its leading member...
Feds give $2 million to tribes for affordable housing
Oregon Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden announced today that the U.S...
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe taps sun power
Mille Lacs Band Corporate Commission hires chief innovation officer
Jerome Tiger exhibit featured in August
The Five Civilized Tribes Museum is honored to showcase the art of Jerome Tiger, said Mary Robinson, executive director of the museum...
Hawaiian nonprofit approves first micro-business loan
HONOLULU – Through Aug. 31, the Pupu o Niihau, a special Niihau shell lei showcase will be held at Mea Makamae located in the Royal Hawaiian Hotel...
New USD classes at Crazy Horse graduate first students
Mostly strangers, the would-be college students began the first Summer University Program at Crazy Horse Memorial in June with simple hopes of earning course credits and paychecks ...
Museum gets $144,051 grant to create Indian reservation exhibit
The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center has received a $144,051 grant that will be used to create a permanent exhibit depicting life on the Mashantucket Indian reservati...
BP fined for reservation error
O il giant BP did wrong to Indian country, the government says. The Department of the Interior announced June 30 that BP America Inc...
Tribe buys land next to Pinnacle Race Course
The Sault Ste...
Linguist brings language lessons, laughter to Indian Exposition
Alonzo Moss, Sr. knows his Northern Arapaho language and his Johnny Cash songs...
Pilot prosecuting program comes to Pine Ridge
Gregg Peterman has helped Russia develop a better criminal justice system, so the assistant U.S...
Oklahoma Indian gaming revenues soar
State revenues from Indian gaming have soared in recent years, largely due to the success of casinos operated by the Chickasaw, Choctaw and Cherokee nations...
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