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Awaiting Klamath Dam removal
Shadi Rahimi, Today correspondent
HOOPA, Calif. – One thing is clear after driving north through small towns and along winding mountain roads to reach the base of the Klamath River Basin...
12/01/08 - New look for tribe
The second phase of renovation at the Cherokee Heritage Center wrapped up last week, and the changes there will give visitors a world-class museum experience, officials said...
12/01/08 - Two charged with 1975 AIM murder want separate trials
One of two men charged with the 1975 slaying of a woman on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation wants to be tried separately from the other defendant...
12/01/08 - Cayuga Nation takes legal action after raid
After the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office raided two of its convenience stores for untaxed cigarettes last Tuesday, the Cayuga Nation will seek to have any pending felony tax evasio...
12/01/08 - Iowa: Judge says Ponca tribe can't build casino in Iowa
A federal judge has ruled that the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska can't build a casino in Carter Lake, Iowa...
12/01/08 - Proposed Cowlitz casino concerns wary businesses
Critics of a proposed casino in La Center, Wash., could pry revenue from Portland-area hotels, restaurants and even the self-proclaimed “world’s classiest truck stop.” The Cowlitz ...
12/01/08 - Filmmakers capture local take on trail
The public is invited to attend a free viewing of filmed interviews of Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah leaders and Mayor Gerald R...
12/01/08 - Nez Perce seek medal after a wild 202-year journey
From the rolling Clearwater Valley to New York City's concrete canyons, a silver medal that may have been given to a Nez Perce Indian chief by Lewis and Clark in 1806 has made an i...
12/01/08 - Keep Chief Massasoit
Should he stay or should he go? That was the catch phrase in a Junior Big Boy advertising campaign years ago...
11/28/08 - Response to Macy's parade float buoys Oneida Nation
Oneida Indian Nation leader Ray Halbritter said he wasn't sure what kind of reaction the Oneidas would receive Thursday when they became the first tribe to have a float in the Macy...
11/28/08 - Concert to aid Pine Ridge
Already the most poverty-ridden Indian reservation in the United States, Pine Ridge, in South Dakota, didn't need a paralyzing blizzard...
11/28/08 - Conn. casinos want 24-hour alcohol sales
Town leaders near Connecticut’s two casinos say they worry about public safety if the casinos get the state’s permission to serve alcohol around the clock...
11/28/08 - Native Americans keep low profile at LSU
Where are the American Indians on campus? The Native American Student Association, or NASA, used to be an active group at Louisiana State University...
11/28/08 - Tribe gets OK to rebury ancestors' remains
Thanks to a gesture of neighborliness from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a San Gabriel Indian tribe will be able to rebury the remains of some of its ancestors after more...
11/28/08 - 17 tribes sue HUD over homes on reservations
American Indian tribes — including several in Oklahoma — have filed lawsuits challenging the U.S...
11/28/08 - Local tribes look forward to White House representative
When Barack Obama becomes president, American Indians will have their own adviser in the White House, the president-elect's office confirmed this week...
11/28/08 - Tonawanda Seneca ties enrich Akron schools
The tribal heritage, culture and language of the Tonawanda Seneca Nation is an integral part of the Akron Central School District curriculum...
Leaders meet to discuss reconciliation
WASHINGTON – Indigenous leaders from North and Central America recently gathered to discuss the significance of governmental apologies involving historical injustices committed upo...
Michael Anderson predicts the future
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – Michael Anderson didn’t bring a crystal ball to the Las Vegas Convention Center, but he did make a series of predictions with an upbeat view of the future of Indian gam...
Senators push for $400 million in Bush’s last budget proposal
WASHINGTON – A group of U.S. senators has sent President George W...
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