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Archeologists uncover two-century old artifacts near San Gabriel mission
Archeologists uncovered the remains of an old mill and several other artifacts used by priests and Indians near the San Gabriel Mission as early as the 1770s, officials confirmed T...
Court orders state to stop selling dredge mining permits
The state Department of Fish and Game has suspended sales of all suction dredging permits, following an Alameda County Superior Court order that was reaffirmed Tuesday...
Diné apprenticeship program prepares Navajo workers for energy industry
Family members of the 20 men and women who embarked Monday on a 10-week pre-apprenticeship program were told they need to be the backbone in an endeavor that could change the futur...
Local law enforcement to receive federal funds
American Recovery Act money is set to enter the coffers of some area law enforcement agencies from a total of $1 billion in grants nationwide to pay for hiring and retaining office...
Catawbas want a bingo hall in York Co.
The Catawba Indian Nation plans to open a bingo hall in York County by the end of the year that would bring about 200 jobs, Chief Donald Rodgers said Tuesday...
Bob Barker asks Cherokee chief to end NC bear pits
Former game-show host and longtime animal-rights activist Bob Barker hopes to persuade the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina to close bear pits used as tourist att...
Schaghticoke appeal moved forward in 2nd Circuit
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has lined up its arguments for a restoration of its federal acknowledgment in a final brief filed in June in appellate court...
Dine’ designers aim to expand your wardrobe
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
CANYON DE CHELLY, Ariz...
Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority Reschedules Its Third Quarter Fiscal 2009 Operating Results Conference Call
Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (the "Authority") will host a conference call and simultaneous webcast regarding its third quarter fiscal 2009 operating results at 1:00 p.m...
Culture May Help Raise Breast Cancer Death Rate for American Indians
A new study finds that the high death rates from breast cancer in American Indian and Alaskan native women are linked to cultural beliefs, not barriers such as poor access to healt...
2 arrested in shooting death of Vernal man
Stephen Lasiloo moved away from Salt Lake City to Vernal in an attempt to escape the dangerous influence of gangs and drugs...
Shakopee tribe dealt $40 million to groups
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is still ratcheting up its charitable giving...
CSS gets grant for Ojibwe language and culture program
The College of St. Scholastica was recently given a $1.28 million four-year grant for its Ojibwe Language and Culture Education program. From the U.S...
Quechan Tribe's language preserved
When it comes to saving their native language, the Quechan people say they believe children are the future...
Stillaguamish honor salmon
It’s been so long. When the salmon grew sparse on their trek from the river to the ocean and back again, Stillaguamish tribal fishermen pulled their nets from the water...
Enigmatic partners pursue a rich deal
Donald Trump thought it couldn't be done...
Indian presence huge at National Folk Festival
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
BUTTE, Mont. – The National Folk Festival recently held its 71st event...
Chiefs blast attorney general’s ‘distorted, revisionist account’ of Settlement Act negotiations
Gale Courey Toensing
AUGUSTA, Maine – While tribal-state relations improved in the Maine Legislature this year, the Wabanaki chiefs took offense at what they called “distorted, revisionist” comments At...
d'Errico: Kafka meets NAGPRA: When research becomes stalling
I f a federally funded institution holds human remains, questions arise under the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act...
Trahant: Indian country and health care reform: Insurance for the family selling pinions
M y family and I walked around the flea market here Saturday. I’ve always thought this is the ideal representation of unabashed capitalism...
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