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Cobell plaintiffs await Senate action
WASHINGTON – Faced with the prospect of a derailed $3.4 billion settlement in the long-running Cobell v...
Interior agency reorganized
The Interior Department has announced plans to reorganize its Minerals Management Service, which is the agency charged with royalty collections on tribal and federal land...
Legislation to honor Stewart Udall
Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., has introduced legislation to name the U.S...
USDA announces nutrition assistance
Agriculture Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services Kevin Concannon announced that Indian tribal organizations and states operating the Food Distribution Program ...
Offering morsels to starving Indians
Letter to the Editor
The Pre-1966 Indian Money Damage Claims [2415 Indian Claims Program] are distinct from the Cobell v...
Saving Eagle Rock sacred site
Letter to the Editor
I spent most of the month of May at Eagle Rock in the Yellow Dog Plains of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula...
Oil disaster: Look beyond the human dimensions
Letter to the Editor
N ative peoples have always acted and spoken on behalf of living things that have no voice...
Federal aid keeps Indian kids in school
A longtime program that encourages local American Indian children to succeed at learning and stay in school will continue in the 2010-11 school year...
Standing Rock To Get New Water System
People living on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation may finally be getting a reliable source of water...
Edmond educator enjoys state awards
Sydna Yellowfish, American Indian education coordinator for the Edmond School District, was named Oklahoma Native American Woman of the Year this year...
Tribes at odds on plan for W. Valley casino
The Gila River Indian Community is urging a judge to reject efforts to force a federal agency to approve letting the Tohono O'odham Nation convert property it owns near Glendale in...
Mohegans Hit Stimulus Jackpot
The Mohegan Indian Tribe has a casino, its own highway and now the tribe is preparing to build a community center – with the help of federal tax dollars. The U.S...
Walk commemorates Menominee's departure from tribal lands
More than a year ago Richie Plass, a Menominee Indian, visited the Lake Poygan Paygrounds, read an historical marker, looked at the lake and began to think of a journey he needed t...
Pueblo of Pojoaque member honored with roadside marker
PUEBLO OF POJOAQUE, N.M. – On Friday, June 11 at 11 a.m...
Native American Women and Rape - An Escalating Crisis on Tribal Lands
Whether it occurs in the general population or on a college campus, rape is a crime that's frequently underreported and challenging to prosecute...
Protesters decry deputy's shooting of Native American
A protest march down Haines Avenue transformed itself into a long line of grieving, angry mourners Tuesday at the Mother Butler Center when about 60 mostly Native American proteste...
Indian Cultural Center work may halt due to unapproved $43 million bond
A state lawmaker says failure to pass a bond package for the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City could halt work on the project. Sen...
Governor cautions Fall River on casino
Gov. Deval Patrick said Fall River "needs to take a deep breath" over its proposed casino, arguing much still has to be done before any gambling plan goes forward in the state...
Tribe to protect salmon habitat
Restoration efforts to preserve salmon runs are expected to begin this summer along the Stillaguamish River...
Oil spill threatens Native American land
The marshes here have long been a refuge for the Native Americans living in Louisiana's bayou...
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