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American Indians and the media topic of conference
BROOKINGS, S.D. — Three days of events at South Dakota State University will explore the relationship between American Indians and the media...
Interior secretary vows solution to Indian crime
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D...
Film captures a night with the Kiowa Five
‘Crusoe’ deserts indigenous islanders
Rob Schmidt, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – A new version of the classic “Robinson Crusoe” debuted on NBC last fall...
Tulalips Tribes' revenue takes a hit
The recession is taking its toll on revenues at the Tulalip Tribes' Quil Ceda Village, but the operations are meeting reduced expectations and the Tulalips are paying their debts...
Tribes want more time to develop ID cards for use at the Canadian border
Local American Indians say they shouldn't be forced to comply when new passport requirements go into effect on June 1 along the U.S. border with Canada...
Hagan supports recognition of Lumbees
Buffalo co-op does more than manage herds
With an education in biology from Iowa State and the University of South Dakota, Jim Stone has the right background for the Intertribal Bison Cooperative's mission: Offering techni...
Navajo Nation waits for millions from stimulus funds
The Navajo Nation stands to receive millions in federal stimulus funding, raising questions about how officials will spend the money...
Tip leads police to missing Indian footstone
A missing footstone from the burial site of one of the last Wampanoag tribal members to live in Lakeville has been found, solving part of a mystery that has bedeviled police and lo...
Sherman Alexie rails at Cornell
Leslie Logan, Today correspondent
ITHACA, N.Y. – Sherman Alexie talks rapidly and with great enthusiasm about the size of his abnormally large head...
AAIA program saving endangered Native languages with translated children’s books
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
ROCKVILLE, Md. – Since 1920, the Association on American Indian Affairs has played a major part in creating governmental laws, acts and programs to benefit American Indian people...
Texas school counselor looking for information on American Indians
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
MIDLAND, Texas – An elementary school counselor in Midland, Texas, wants to bring American Indian awareness to students there...
Busy times for Tubatulabals of Kern Valley
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. – It’s a Saturday morning, 10 a.m. and Donna Miranda-Begay convenes the meeting...
Nevada Urban Indians hold health fair, powwow
There are approximately 7,000 American Indians residing off the Northern Nevada reservations and Nevada Urban Indians, Inc. wants to make sure they're getting health care.
Stimulus funds will help Saginaw County protect homes from elements
Federal stimulus dollars will rain on Saginaw County to weatherize homes...
Local Tribe Begins Member Removal Process
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan has begun the process of removing some members who don't meet the tribe's requirements for membership...
Tribes tell their stories in new Ark. exhibit
Their names mark rivers, valleys, schools and communities across the state, recalling the people who were settled in Arkansas when Europeans first arrived in the 1500s...
Tribe seeking approval to drill for oil
The Fort Peck Tribes are seeking permission from the Bureau of Indian Affairs to partner with a Colorado-based investment firm to drill for oil on the reservation in northeastern M...
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