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Thing About Skins
11/25/08 - Sand Creek spiritual healing event set for Nov. 27-29
Events to commemorate the victims and survivors of the massacre at Sand Creek will be held November 27, 28 and 29. Events will begin Nov...
11/25/08 - Casino Gives Away 2 Percent Of Profits
These are dark economic times for Michigan, but it was a sunny day Monday morning for city and county governments and some school districts in Arenac County...
11/25/08 - Giving Thanks for Genocide?
Thanksgiving is coming -- a time to participate in the great American tradition of maligning and abusing our ancestors...
11/25/08 - Appeals court ruling could affect tribal business
A recent decision by a federal appeals court in Denver has sweeping implications for any company that conducts business with American Indian tribes, according to a Tulsa attorney...
11/25/08 - Financial adviser for Ute Tribe denies wrongdoing
A former financial adviser for the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in Utah is denying allegations that he breached his fiduciary duties to the tribe, and says ...
11/25/08 - Update: Police identify biker fatality
Officials have identified the victim of Sunday afternoon's motorcycle accident as Broc Brown, 23 of Bradford Road...
11/25/08 - Commission: Bury remains of Agawam in Hamilton
It may be the most unusual request any group of selectmen has considered in the past three centuries or more...
Tribal members get probation in highly publicized case
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – A notorious murder for hire trial involving two southern California Indians culminated in sentences of probation Nov. 6...
Tribe sues for casino
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
Rossi loses bid for governor; Morris and McCoy re-elected to the House
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
ANACORTES, Wash. – Dino Rossi, a former Republican state senator who is Tlingit, lost his second bid to become the first American Indian/Alaska Native governor in U.S...
Indian Health Services celebrates American Indian Heritage Month
WASHINGTON – The U.S...
11/24/08 - Grants helps Cangleska to expand shelter complex
A Minnesota tribe has awarded a grant to Cangleska Inc. to continue its work against domestic violence and sexual assaults on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation...
11/24/08 - Tribe in a power position
A plan by the Yakama Nation to put more power into the Northwest energy grid may also help farmers in the ailing Wapato Irrigation Project to water their crops...
11/24/08 - Powwow connects tribe with outsiders
The Turtle Clan within the Lenape tribe were the first inhabitants of what is now considered the city of Vineland, erecting wigwams out of reeds and bark along the Maurice River an...
11/24/08 - Cut Bank officials to listen to Blackfeet concerns
The mayor and police chief of Cut Bank have been invited to a public meeting Wednesday evening to listen to allegations of racial discrimination in their border town on the edge of...
11/24/08 - Learning more than history at Plimoth
It may be 2008, but staff members at Plimoth Plantation's Wampanoag Homesite regularly have to ask little boys to stop war-whooping and little girls to remove costume feathered hea...
11/24/08 - Ruling may affect tribes here
The court ruled last week that the Seneca-Cayuga tribe's cigarette business cannot be sued in federal court because the business is shielded by tribal sovereign immunity...
11/24/08 - Brandon forced out as Seneca Gaming counsel
11/24/08 - County-tribe casino deal in works
Clark County and the Cowlitz Indian Tribe are making progress toward replacing a casino agreement that was struck down two years ago...
World Archaeological Congress honors Larry Zimmerman
Terri C. Hansen, Today correspondent
Dublin, Ireland – Archaeologist Dr. Larry J...
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