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Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
LAWTON, OK – Dr...
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The INROADS organization is a great ally for American Indian students seeking corporate-level employment...
Cherokee Language to be offered at Rogers State University
PRYOR, Okla. – Beginning in the spring semester, Rogers State University will offer Cherokee language courses on its Pryor campus...
12/02/08 - Connecticut casinos take big revenue hit
The economic bad luck has spread to the Connecticut casinos...
12/02/08 - Cherokee company to manage landfill
A new company has been created by the Cherokee Nation’s business arm to manage its landfill in Adair county as well as explore recycling and green technologies...
12/02/08 - Ruling may affect tribes here
A Tulsa lawyer said a recent decision by the federal appeals court in Denver has broad implications for any company that conducts business with American Indian tribes...
12/02/08 - NIGA presents Hulk Hogan with humanitarian award
Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan is best known for body slamming opponents and pile driving foes...
12/02/08 - NY Oneidas bring creation story to Macy’s parade
The Oneida Indian Nation is raising its profile with a parade – the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade...
12/02/08 - Tribe appoints president of gaming enterprise
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council, which runs Foxwoods Resort Casino in eastern Connecticut, has appointed Michael F...
12/02/08 - Reconsider casino location
The effort to build a $250 million casino on Highway 99 north of Madera has been slowed by the downturn in the economy...
12/02/08 - Center studies Indian voter turnout, including in Montana
While American Indians were expected to go to the polls in record numbers on Election Day, a national organization representing more than 250 tribes is still compiling numbers on t...
12/02/08 - Tribal members' expulsion rejected
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has denied the San Pasqual Indian band's bid to eject about 60 members, but said the tribe can appeal the decision about the disputed members' ancestry...
Six new members join NIEA Board of Directors
WASHINGTON – At the National Indian Education Association annual convention this year, six new members joined the board of directors, in what was a record number of NIEA members vo...
Smudge quest continues
STEVENS POINT, Wis...
EDMONTON – For the first time, First Nations colleges in Alberta will have online access to their own collections and a wide selection of culturally significant academic materials ...
Gipp recognized as Champion of Liberty by ACLU
BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) bestowed its 2008 North Dakota Champion of Liberty honor on David M. Gipp, Nov...
Mixtecs and police clash at border
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
MEXICALI, Mexico – Tension between migrant Mexican Indians and police are escalating after confrontations on the border across from the U.S., said a group of Mixtecs residing on th...
Entertainment industry exec to lead the show at Agua Caliente
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif...
Native public media expands network services
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Native Public Media announced Nov...
Large drop in 2007 Indian mortgage volume
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Mortgage lending to American Indians and Alaska Natives fell by nearly 30 percent last year as the mortgage market contracted and subprime lenders that served the Native...
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