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Indian Cultural Center work may halt due to unapproved $43 million bond
A state lawmaker says failure to pass a bond package for the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City could halt work on the project. Sen...
Governor cautions Fall River on casino
Gov. Deval Patrick said Fall River "needs to take a deep breath" over its proposed casino, arguing much still has to be done before any gambling plan goes forward in the state...
Tribe to protect salmon habitat
Restoration efforts to preserve salmon runs are expected to begin this summer along the Stillaguamish River...
Oil spill threatens Native American land
The marshes here have long been a refuge for the Native Americans living in Louisiana's bayou...
Tribe adds 292 acres
The Tonto Apache Tribe Tuesday morning signed a deal to add 293 acres to its reservation on the south edge of Payson, quadrupling its size...
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Government puts Shell’s arctic drilling plans on hold
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
A s 25,000 barrels of oil a day continued to gush from a British Petroleum well 5,000 feet below the surface in the Gulf of Mexico, President Barack Obama on May 27 announced that ...
Gulf Coast community to BP: Never again
Dan Bacher, Special to Today
D uring a break in daylong thunderstorms, Gulf Coast community members, including fishermen and families, directly affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill converged on the beac...
A horse to carry our dreams
Harvest McCampbell, Special to Today
N ot so long ago, at least not when measured by our dreams, the horse was central to many of our people’s gatherings and ceremonies...
Salish made right move
Kudos to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes council and their direction on marijuana use on their sovereign Indian nation as reported in the May 13 IR...
Gathering of Nations returns to ‘the Pit’ in 2011
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE – For the first time in its 27-year history, the Gathering of Nations powwow was held outdoors at the University of New Mexico football stadium, across the street from ...
Dakota Homecoming focuses on mending the past
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
WINONA, Minn. – In Winona, no one wants to recreate the past 150 years. Those were times of turmoil, when the Treaty of 1862 was signed with the federal government...
Cobell deadline extended again
WASHINGTON – Faced with the prospect of a derailed $3.4 billion settlement in the long-running Cobell v...
Marc Yaffee leading Native American comedy wave
It's an unofficial title, but comedian Marc Yaffee walks among the Kings of Native American Comedy. He'd tell you it's among the last of the comedy frontiers...
How can I get an Indian scholarship?
Dr. Dean Chavers, Guest columnist
I need an Indian scholarship to go to college. No, you don’t. Fastweb has 1.5 million entries in its database; fewer than 100 of those are Indian scholarships...
Choctaw members represent tribe at Congressional Cemetery
Larissa Copeland, Special to Today
WASHINGTON – Three members of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma – Terry Cole, Eugene Taylor and Presley Byington – were on hand May 19 as representatives from the tribe, along with me...
UN trip yields future benefit
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A trip to the U.N...
Full schedule of activities at Nuui Cunni
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
KERNVILLE, Calif. – Nuui Cunni Native American Cultural Center & Museum has a busy schedule...
Group forms for Cherokees in Kern County
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
RIDGECREST, Calif. – An organization has formed for Cherokee people living in Kern County. The Cherokee Citizens Community meets regularly in Ridgecrest...
Native apology said out loud
WASHINGTON – The main Congress member pushing for an official apology to Native Americans for historical injustices has said his piece out loud, leaving some wondering if President...
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