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Explosive Industrial Fire in Williston
USDA Awards Grants to Native Communities
Ty Thompson Score First MLL Goal
Ho-Chunk Inc. CEO Receives Award
Navajo Youth Attends Meeting With Pres
10th Century’s Most Popular Sport
10 Hairless Animals: Don't Look Away
Veteran Channels PTSD Into MMA Career
Coeur d'Alene to Nugent: No Thanks
Colleges Focusing on Native Culture
President Obama Engages Native Youth
Crowdfunding to Regenerate the NAICOB
Tribe Says City’s Logo is not Offensive
Vandals Trash Residential School Statue
Indians Not Worth Traffic Sign
Video: A New Kind of Warrior
Canadian Women Missing, Murdered
Illegal Pot Farms Parching Yurok Land
San Juan Island's Iconic House Posts
Thing About Skins
Forced sterilization of indigenous case re-opened in Peru
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
The investigation into the forced sterilization of 300,000 indigenous Peruvian women is being re-opened, according to the Public Ministry of Peru...
Conference considers stimulus housing bonus
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – The annual legislative conference of the National American Indian Housing Council to be held Feb...
Penobscot educator Theodore Mitchell dies
Gale Courey Toensing
PENOBSCOT NATION, INDIAN ISLAND – The Penobscot community has lost a beloved elder and educator with the death of Dr. Theodore N. Mitchell Feb. 8. Mitchell was born Nov...
Linda Grover: Lessons learned from frybread
Toward a more prosperous Native America
Letter to the Editor
It is time for tribal and Indian economic entrepreneurship to take a central role in Indian policy...
Hall: Remembering Chairman Carl Venne
Tex G. Hall
This week, my friend and brother, Carl Venne, left this world for a better one. Over the years, the times we spent together were special because he was a good man...
Letter to the Editor
It has almost been a year since my Uncle Harvey Whitewoman passed on to the spirit world and a promise that I have sworn will resonate throughout Indian country still needs to be s...
Erich Longie, Fort Totten, N.D., letter: Referendum threatens tribal sovereignty
When the Herald, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Lloyd Omdahl and many other supporters of UND’s Fighting Sioux logo spoke out in favor of retiring the logo, we thought the ghastly, u...
Poll: Floridians back gambling expansion to avoid budget cuts
A majority of Florida voters wants the Legislature to approve a gambling agreement that expands games but they don't want a university tuition hike, according to a new poll from Qu...
Judge rescinds video poker ban
A state court late Thursday struck down North Carolina's ban on video poker, ruling that it was unlawful to allow the machines on an Indian reservation but prohibit them in the res...
Is Obama’s election a ‘New Day’ for Native Americans?
Letter to the Editor
President Barack Obama’s election is a New Day in America. Some see him fulfilling the dream of Martin Luther King Jr...
Woman’s lawsuit against casino settled for $500,000
An El Cajon woman's lawsuit against an Indian tribe that broke new legal ground for personal injury suits against tribes has settled for $500,000...
Bill aims to shut state out of crimes committed on Indian land
Investigations into two fatal traffic accidents involving Miccosukee tribe members come as one South Florida lawmaker has resurrected a bill that would prohibit the state from inve...
Fort Sill tribe against moving Geronimo's remains
A descendant tribe to that of Geronimo's 19th century tribal band may protest an attempt to repatriate the legendary American Indian's remains to New Mexico...
PALA: Tribe gets OK to broadcast radio signal
The Pala Band of Mission Indians soon may broadcast a radio station from its North County reservation, tribal leaders announced Wednesday. The U.S...
Spirit Lake council mulls nickname vote
A decision whether to hold a referendum on UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname will be before the Spirit Lake Tribal Council on Saturday, according to a supporter of the referendum...
Former Tribal Employee Sentenced for Felony Embezzlement from a Tribal Organization
Dorothy Mae Endfield, 50, of Cibecue, Ariz. and a former employee at the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Cibecue Commercial Center, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Earl H...
Buffalo Thunder says it will weather storm
Officials with the Buffalo Thunder Resort at Pojoaque Pueblo said they have been hit hard by the economy, but are seeing much more business recently, despite a dismal economic repo...
Native American Visit
The 6th graders at Tinora Elementary school were treated with a visit by some Native Americans on February 13th...
Urbana art spotlights Chief controversy
Artist Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds was featured in an opening reception Wednesday for his work titled "Beyond the Chief." Heap of Birds, whose work has been exhibited in muse...
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