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Young Mohawk golfer soars; already sunk two hole-in-ones
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
AKWESASNE, Ontario – Athletic achievements are common in the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, though no one expected Indian country’s top female amateur golfer to come from an area wher...
Trimble: Lakota language and proud names
B ack in the early 1970s when we were setting up the American Indian Press Association , we held several regional gatherings to meet with editors of tribal newspapers and other Nat...
Journey at Pechanga offers a beautiful trip for all skill levels
Gale Courey Toensing
TEMECULA, Calif. – The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians chose an evocative name for its new world class golf course: Journey at Pechanga . The name is multi-layered and resonant...
Extra Credit: Two Indian museums earn prestigious accreditation
WASHINGTON – Two Native American museums have made it through years of intense scrutiny and paperwork to become accredited by a well-respected, independent and autonomous body of m...
Wider Drug War Threatens Colombian Indians
Up and down the rivers of western Colombia, a new breed of criminal armies is pressing deeper into this isolated jungle, fighting with guerrillas for control of the cocaine trade a...
Plan to shut down Seminole card games passes Florida House
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood would have 90 days to shut down its blackjack tables and return to a slots-only casino, under legislation approved by the House on Tuesday...
Shirley says Navajo casino most lucrative in New Mexico
Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley said that the tribe’s Fire Rock Casino is the most successful in the state of New Mexico during his state of the nation address delivered to the...
New Indian Affairs Director Named
The North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission is the liaison between the Governor`s office and the Tribal Nations of North Dakota...
New Group Is Formed to Sponsor Native Arts
Even as arts groups around the country are cutting back because of declining endowments and donations, a new foundation to support the work of American Indian, Native Hawaiian and ...
Wanted: Birth and brawn
It took a couple of months and thousands of hopefuls to find a quartet that fits the requirements for New Moon's wolf pack. No...
Four Corners Monument Mistake, Marker is 2.5 Miles Away
The monument that marks the only area in the U.S. where four states meet, is apparently in the wrong spot...
Spirit Lake backs UND nickname
Spirit Lake voters apparently overwhelmingly supported the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname in a referendum Tuesday...
Tribe reacts to looting of artifacts
Authorities from Columbia County and the state of Oregon, as well as representatives from Native American tribes, joined forces on Friday, Oct...
White Earth delegates ratify new constitution
Jason Adkins, DL-Online
MAHNOMEN, Minn. – A 10-year process to remake government on the White Earth Reservation took a major step forward with the ratification of a new constitution in Mahnomen...
Opposition to Tohono O’odham casino grows
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Opposition continues to mount against what has been reported as the largest proposed casino in Arizona with a price tag of $550 million...
New Mexico golf clubs hosting PGA Professional National Championship
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
Residents link sicknesses to oil contaminants
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
TORONTO – Residents of a remote Cree community are living in fear as an outbreak of sickness appears linked to what an opposition Member of Parliament calls “an open toxic wound” a...
Clean Air Act
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Air quality rules in the Four Corners area will remain largely unchanged after requests for a review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s pollution-limiting regulation...
The Henry James business plan
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
FERNDALE, Wash. – Henry James’ lifelong calling to help his Lummi people has taken shape in a unique business platform...
Plot to assassinate Morales foiled
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia – In the city of Santa Cruz, Bolivian Police killed three and arrested two suspected terrorists April 16, foiling a plot that, according to Bolivian authorities...
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