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IHS releases $500 million to improve health care and boost economy in Indian country
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
University of Idaho expands Native offerings
Jack McNeel, Today Correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho , which sits on the aboriginal homeland of the Nez Perce Tribe and is situated midway between that tribe and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, is com...
Cobell hopes May 11 judges see past ‘perjury’
Jerry Reynolds, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Lead plaintiff Elouise Cobell fastened upon a three-judge panel’s queries on monetary distribution and private trust standards May 11 as a positive indicator of the ap...
Rosebud Tribe battles Black Hills lawsuit
WASHINGTON – Rosebud tribal leaders are asking for time to work out an agreement with the Obama administration and Congress before any courts decide to dole out a decades-old finan...
Education and entrepreneurship focus of VCI conference
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
CHARLES CITY, Va. – The Virginia Council on Indians held its annual conference on Indian affairs at the Chickahominy Tribal Center in Charles City, Va. March 28...
Glimpses from the International Funders for Indigenous Peoples’ conference
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
SANTA FE, N.M...
Small Tsawwassen band takes giant step to self-government
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
TSWWASSEN, British Columbia – The longhouse was jammed...
Cherokee UVA student helps strengthenAmerican Indian ties
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Jessica McCauley, Eastern Cherokee, is a second year anthropology student at the University of Virginia...
Squamish First Nation forms partnership with TerraSphere Systems, LLC
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Squamish First Nation has joined forces with TerraSphere Systems , LLC, who is revolutionizing the way fresh organic produce is grown...
Roubideaux unanimously confirmed to head IHS
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The Senate voted unanimously May 6 to confirm Dr. Yvette Roubideaux as the director of IHS...
Native American ASU students win Udall Scholarships to reach out to communities
TEMPE, Ariz. – Two Arizona State University juniors, both Native American students, plan to reach out to their communities in different ways after they receive their degrees...
Seminole Nation Domestic Violence breaks ground for safe house
SHAWNEE, Okla. – The Seminole Nation broke ground April 20 for the new tribal domestic violence safe house...
Pokagons give $6 million to local revenue sharing board
NEW BUFFALO, Mich. – The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians recently presented a check for nearly $6.2 million to the Pokagon-New Buffalo Area Local Revenue Sharing Board...
Collection of Native crafts donated – An AP Evergreen Exchange
Rachel Thomson, The Daily World
MOCLIPS, Wash. (AP) – A stout, cylindrical basket of cedar bark and bear grass sits in a glass display case in the Ocean Crest Resort lounge...
Seneca Gaming Corporation announces departure of CEO
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. – The Seneca Gaming Corporation recently announced the departure of President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Hansberry...
Sculpting in salmon skin
Mike Dunham, Anchorage Daily News
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – “I don’t like to waste anything,” said Audrey Armstrong. That includes what some would consider garbage...
New competition will award $60,000 to Native writers
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Alaska Federation of Natives is launching a new national initiative in the tradition of its successful Alaska Marketplace Competition...
State considers protection for Mount Taylor
Heather Clark, Associated Press Writer
Wisconsin Legislature passes smoking ban
Todd Richmond, Associated Press Writer
MADISON, Wis. – Lighting up in bars and restaurants would be illegal anywhere in Wisconsin under a bill state lawmakers approved Wednesday...
Stimulus brings $22 million more to Oklahoma
The Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Another $22 million in economic stimulus money is headed to Oklahoma...
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