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N.D. higher ed board chancellor willing to extend UND nickname deadline
The chancellor of the North Dakota University System says he’s willing to grant the Standing Rock Sioux tribe 30 more days to consider UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname and logo...
Bay, band settle sweater dispute
The Cowichan Tribes made peace with the Bay department-store chain yesterday, with the announcement of an agreement that will see authentic Cowichan hand-knit sweaters for sale in ...
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Three fatalities in an incompetently conducted “sweat lodge” held at Angel Valley Retreat Center three weeks ago have cast a spotlight on the spiritual industry in Sedona and the c...
Romulus to Get A Casino?
Members of Michigan's Hannahville Indian Community are in the nation's capitol tonight...
Mohawks would fight cigarette tax
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe is getting ready to show some muscle if the state goes through with its idea to collect taxes on tribally-sold cigarettes. Gov. David A...
Land settlement for tribes long overdue
Twenty-five years ago, a terrible wrong was partially righted. It's past time to more fully correct it. On Oct...
Mashantuckets archive stories of Native American cancer survivors
Having survived cancer twice, Agnes Cunha wanted to make sure her family and everyone else knew about her battle against the illness and what helped her get through it...
Burial grounds artifact theft brings jail time
A Eureka man who stole artifacts from Yurok?Tribe burial grounds and published a video of his exploits on YouTube was sentenced in Humboldt County Superior Court on Friday to serve...
Investigation finds no tribal authority for detention of hunters at gunpoint in Brinnon
State and county investigators believe that two Port Gamble S'Klallam Natural Resources tribal officers acted improperly and without authority when they detained three hunters near...
$215M Gila River hotel/casino opens Friday
A $215 million chunk of Las Vegas will land in the East Valley on Friday when the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino opens on the Gila River Indian Community at Interstate 10 and Wil...
Fleming Castle Museum in Flemington sets program about Indian Chief Tuccamirgan
The Fleming Castle Museum will celebrate Chief Tuccamirgan on Sunday, Nov. 8, rain or shine...
Arrest hurts tribe's image
Federal indictments against Robert Salgado Sr...
Schoolchildren learn about Native American culture
A group of local third-graders stepped back in time Tuesday to learn about Native American culture...
Menominee all in for casino, hotel expansion
Menominee Casino Resort is getting larger and adding services...
Interior rejects Little Shell recongition bid
Disappointment following a long-delayed decision to deny federal recognition to the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians on Tuesday gave way to hope of a renewed push for legisla...
To tax, or not to tax?
Groups of American Indians from across the state are in New York City to defend their right to sell tax-free cigarettes...
Story of Americans with Native and black ancestry stirs deep emotions
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
WASHINGTON – An exhibition opening this fall at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian explores the identity of people whose ancestry is both African American and...
Interrelated histories, landscapes inform work in ‘Scout’s Honour’
Michael Belmore, “Snag,” (detail) 2008, 10 panels, aluminum. Collection of the artist SANTA FE, N.M...
Help Cheyenne River Youth Project bring joy to children this Christmas
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
BIA commits to funding support for Shoshone-Bannock Justice Center
FORT HALL, Idaho – Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and Bureau of Indian Affairs officials signed two contracts Sept...
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