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Cowlitz Tribe receives federal domestic violence prevention/response grant
The Cowlitz Tribe received an $800,000 federal stimulus grant Wednesday to help prevent and better respond to violence against women and domestic violence cases...
Tribe suspends casino expansion
The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Indian tribe says it is suspending further expansion of its Cache Creek Casino complex near Brooks in Yolo County because the weak economy won’t suppor...
Father Tom Connolly retires
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – “It’s been a great privilege to work with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe for 33 years, especially with the old timers who were here when I first came,” Father Tom Connoll...
Tribes join protests of Ivanpah solar project
They trudged through soft sand and used walking sticks for balance as they ascended a ridge crowned with black boulders and triangular-shaped piles of rust-colored rocks...
Will Oglalas be disenfranchised?
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – Mail-in absentee ballots can help fix the election crisis in Shannon County, according to South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson ...
Sacramento Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Money While Servicing ATMs at Red Hawk Casino
United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced today that Eduardo Ursua Fontillas, 51, of Sacramento, pleaded guilty last Friday before U.S. District Court Judge Garland E...
Cooperation key in figuring out jurisdiction in Indian cases
Sorting out who investigates and prosecutes criminal cases on the Yakama reservation boils down to ancestry and property lines...
Utah's Ute tribe gets $1.4 million tech grant
Utah's Ute Indian tribe has received a $1.4 million federal stimulus grant to fund broadband service to the Uintah and Ouray Reservation...
Libraries fight for improvements
WASHINGTON – Like a lot of libraries nationwide, tribal libraries are struggling. Books are lacking, roofs are leaking, and the Internet is broken...
Mapuche prisoners continue with hunger strike in Chile
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
F or 63 days Mapuche prisoners have been on a hunger strike in Chile, protesting the country’s use of a Pinochet era anti-terrorism law to arrest them along with “unjust political/...
New vice president of marketing for Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood named
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Amanda Totaro has been named vice president of marketing for the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood ...
Trahant: Telling a story about less
P resident Obama said something last week that should define the coming election – and the policy choices ahead...
Working toward a better life
Rebecca Jacobs, Today correspondent
KEAAU, Hawaii – To high school students living in Hawaii’s Puna district, the path to success is virtually impassable...
Sixth year of Okanagan campus growth
S trong demand for a University of British Columbia degree has resulted in the sixth straight year of enrollment growth at UBC’s Okanagan campus, which will welcome 1,832 first-yea...
U of I professor speaks out against prejudices
Chief Illiniwek was only part of the controversy at University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana...
NSU Center for Tribal Studies welcomes students and faculty
T he Center for Tribal Studies at Northeastern State University recently hosted a traditional Cherokee Hog Fry on the back lawn of the historic Bacone House to welcome students, fa...
City ranks requests for Tribal cash
Mt. Pleasant City commissioners Monday ranked the top five requests the city will submit to the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe for 2 percent funding...
Interior undecided on Goshute nuclear site appeal
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in August that the Obama administration hasn’t decided whether to appeal a decision over a nuclear waste facility on the Skull Valley Goshute Re...
Chester Cayou, respected Swinomish leader
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
LA CONNER, Wash. – As a child, Chester Cayou experienced the abuses of the residential school system. As a World War II Army draftee, he witnessed the brutality of war...
Justice Department reports on tribal stimulus funds
The Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Justice has released two audit reports that investigate stimulus funds awarded to tribes...
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