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Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
2016 Hot List: Resorts, Spas and Centers
Peggy Flanagan Addresses DNC
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Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Chief David Bald Eagle Walks On at 97
Donald Trump and Federal Indian Policy
How To Be A Successful Native Lawyer
Delta Aquarid Sparkling Shooting Stars
Raina Thiele: Praises Obama Admin
Riders Complete 100-Mile Nez Perce Ride
Part 4 of Daniels v. Canada/Crown
When Will There Be a N8V American Prez?
Student Spotlight: Tsieboo Herne
Lakota Speaking South Dakota Delegate
Native-Owned Grocery Burns Down
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada
Thing About Skins
Poetics and Politics 2011: Diné Professor Luci Tapahonso
Luci Tapahonso , a Diné professor of American Indian Studies and English, spoke at the University of Arizona as part of the Poetics and Politics 2011 reading series ...
Former Congressman Bill Delahunt to Represent the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
American Indian tribes throughout the country can always benefit from having elected officials advocating on their behalf...
Mackenzie Pipeline Gets Canadian Cabinet Approval
Long-awaited federal approval has been granted for the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline, part of the Mackenzie Gas Project, ConocoPhillips announced on March 11...
Yupik Rock from Frozen Whitefish
Hailing from Bethel, Alaska, Frozen Whitefish play roots rock and cite as influences "Bobby Gregory, CCR, Jimi Hendrix, Nanook, The Country of Greenland." All singing is done in th...
Sonya Kelliher-Combs’ Art of Lines and Shadows
When an art teacher told a class of students that only one of them would be a practicing artist in 20 years, Sonya Kelliher-Combs accepted his statement as a challenge...
Métis Nation of Ontario Releases Traditional Knowledge Documentary
Southern Ontario Métis Traditional Plant Use Study , a documentary produced by the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO), highlights some of the unique traditional and medicinal practices ...
Dead Sardines=Ecosystem Out of Balance, Say Tribes
The million dead sardines that surfaced in Redondo Beach Harbor last week in southern California point to an ecosystem that’s sorely out of balance, tribal leaders said on March 10...
Canada's Best and Brightest Shine at Aboriginal Achievement Awards
From a media CEO to acclaimed artists, health-care innovators and researchers, the Canada’s National Aboriginal Achievement Awards are poised to recognize the best and the brightes...
Fort Lewis College Still Controversial After 100 Years
Fort Lewis College (FLC) officials, celebrating the school’s centennial as a public educational institution, recall a time when the college’s move to Durango, Colorado caused a bit...
Tribal Enterprises Tasked with Developing Broadband on Rural Lands
The Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved plans on March 3 to explore introducing broadband and communications services to new Indian territories, reported the Nat...
Worldwide Resistance to Suspect Marine Reserves Builds
Indigenous peoples and environmental groups fighting northern California’s Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) are part of an accelerating global movement against what activists say ...
Hopi and Navajo Leaders Meet
Working together with a mutual understanding was the message March 8 as Hopi and Navajo leaders came together for a meet and greet in Window Rock, Ariz...
JOB: Yurok Tribe of Northern California Seeks Human Resources Director
Human Resources Director $57,408.00/$68,809.00 Final Filing Date 3/31/2011 This position is Full Time Regular and includes medical, vision, and dental benefits Sick and Vacation le...
Bean Counter of Indian Finances Made Taxpayers Pay for Private Plane
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo. , is expected to pay back the U.S...
Meadowbank Gold Mine’s Kitchen Destroyed by Fire; 300 Workers Evacuated
A fire that torched the kitchen at Meadowbank gold mine near Baker Lake, Nunavut, sent 300 employees packing, the Nunatsiaq News reported on March 10...
Navajo Nation Extends Power Plant Lease to 2041
The Navajo Nation extended its lease on the coal-fired Four Corners Power Plant on its tribal land in northwestern New Mexico till 2041, reported Susan Montoya Bryan for the Associ...
Learn the Basics of Language Immersion Programs
A three-day workshop— Immersion A-Z: Essential Basics for Language Immersion Programs —will be held June 29 to July 1 at the University of Arizona, College of Education Building in...
Paying Attention: Dorgan Renews Focus on Indian Youth Suicide
WASHINGTON – For years, tribal citizens have made impassioned pleas to federal lawmakers to help address the crisis of youth suicide among struggling Native American young people...
Los Angeles to get Native American Food Truck
Perhaps the only other American city that can compete with New York on the abundance and variety of street food is Los Angeles...
World Economic Forum Honors First American Indian as a Young Global Leader
Andrew Lee, Seneca, will be the first American Indian honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum...
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