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Kim Yerton Memorial Library embraces sustainability
HOOPA, Calif. – Kim Yerton Memorial Library is located on the beautiful Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation...
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians names education director
SANTA YNEZ, Calif...
NOAA’s Fisheries Service proposes listing Pacific smelt as threatened species
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Fisheries Service is proposing to list Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act...
Longtime indigenous activists honored by IITC for their work to protect sacred sites
SAN FRANCISCO – On March 7, two longtime indigenous activists, Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone and Manny Pino, Acoma Pueblo, were honored by the International Indian Treaty Council f...
New Mexico man accused of injuring an infant is denied bail
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A Navajo man who is charged with seriously injuring his 9-month-old daughter has failed to persuade the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals that he should be allowed to seek bai...
Yurok Tribe hosts forum on meth dependence
The Yurok Tribe is tackling one the most far reaching and terrifying issues in Indian County: methamphetamine dependence...
Because of tribal OK, use of 'Chippewas' a non-issue
The 60-year-old name of Central Michigan University Athletics is no longer the controversial subject it once was, yet dissension over the name "Chippewa" crops up from time to time...
Thurston County seeks state help on police costs
Thurston County officials are pleading for state government to contribute $200,000 per year to help cover law enforcement costs in a county where a significant portion of the land ...
Editorial: U.S. recognition for Virginia's tribes
Virginia needs to make amends for past injustices to its tribes of Native Americans -- or at least for an injustice from its relatively recent past, imposed by the commonwealth fro...
Ask those who lived through Great Depression
David E. Wilkins
N o economist am I – my fields of study are politics, law and history – but the present state of profound economic disrepair across Native nations, the United States and the global...
Battle between Muscogee chief, opponents is fierce
A dispute between the chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and his opponents in some chartered communities within the American Indian tribe now involves investigations into alleged...
Florida Senate, House lay out opposing gambling proposals
Roulette wheels could start spinning at the Seminole Tribe's casinos while its competitors would get blackjack or electronic bingo machines under a Senate proposal introduced Tuesd...
Lynden-based septic pumper loses license over spill
The Whatcom County Health Department has revoked the septic tank pumping license of a Lynden firm after the deliberate spill of 100 gallons of sewage on Nooksack Indian Tribe trust...
Life on the Powwow Highway: A family affair
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
In March 2008, 15-year-old Amanda Joy Ironstar was crowned Princess of the Annual Denver March Powwow...
Denver March Powwow reaps benefits of executive director’s unique experience
Gale Courey Toensing
Pink shawl powwow
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
WELLPINIT, Wash. – Pow wow can mean different things. It usually involves ones roots and culture, family and friends, dancing and drumming, playing stick games, competition...
Oneida Indian Nation adds missing-person alert system
If a person goes missing on Oneida Indian Nation property, thousands of calls could go out within one minute to residents and businesses in the area...
Sun shines on a day of honor at the KBIC Pow wow
Greg Peterson, Today correspondent
American Indian Society’s 11th Inaugural Powwow an overwhelming success
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – As millions of people poured into Washington, D.C. to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama, Indian country had its share of celebrants...
Regalia traditions meet contemporary innovations
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