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CRYP Seeks Submissions for Cookbook
Quinault Lake Reopens, With Limits
Sherman Alexie Should Replace Colbert
13-Year-Old Eagle Huntress in Mongolia
Buffy Sainte-Marie, Digital Artist
Peace Laureates Urge Keystone XL Reject
'God Hates Native Culture'
Who Says Polenta Is Italian?
10 Native-Themed Easter Gifts
‘Chili’ Yazzie’s Grassroots Campaign
CA Tribal Reps Finally on School Board
Eagle Parts Wait Shortened by New Rules
Schimmel Is Drafted No. 8 Overall
Agrihoods: Self-Sustainable Communities
Onondagas File Violations Against US
25,000 Seek Apology for Racist News Item
Man on the Street: Who Was Pocahontas?
Education Must Pave the Way forHappiness
KTNN, Dan Snyder and Redsk*ns Hush Money
Tribe Awarded NAFOA's 'Deal of the Year'
Thing About Skins
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...
Wilkins: The how and why of Obama’s Native support
David E. Wilkins
B eing trained in the art, not science, of politics I was transfixed at the recent election of Barack Obama...
Chickasaw World War II veteransin D.C. for Veterans’ Day
WASHINGTON – Muffled gasps, soft sobs and the brush of shirt sleeves wiping away tears were the only audible sounds as dozens of people moved gingerly through dimly lit rooms of th...
Native veteran raises profile of disability lawsuit
WASHINGTON – Bobby O’Daniel, a member of the Navajo Nation, recently spoke at a press conference highlighting a lawsuit that could impact the lives of American veterans by providin...
Meskwaki now serving alcohol
TAMA, Iowa – Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel has tapped into the alcoholic beverage market with its latest announcement...
Heard houses unparalleled collection of Southwest American Indian art
Gale Courey Toensing
An interview with President Evo Morales
WASHINGTON – Indian Country Today sat down for an exclusive interview with Bolivian President Evo Morales Nov. 19...
‘Promise: Bozeman’s Trail to Destiny,’ by Serle L. Chapman
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
Cheyenne and internationally acclaimed author and photographer Serle L...
Kekaha Homesteads awarded HUD grant
KEKAHA, Hawaii – First came the homes and now comes the economic development for the Kekaha Homestead. On Nov...
National Native American Heritage Month shines light on proud legacy
Sen. John Thune, Special to Today
O ne of my greatest honors in public service has been working with the Great Sioux Nations...
Tribal school offers culturally relevant curriculum
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
SAULT STE. MARIE, MI – The Joseph K...
Affordable housing for urban Indians
Shadi Rahimi, Today correspondent
OAKLAND, Calif. – A decade ago, affordable housing was just a longing among the Bay Area Native community...
SE Michigan health fair provides balanced care
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
DETROIT – About 350 people attended the American Indian Health and Family Services’ annual Healthy Families Fair in Detroit Oct. 4...
Saving money and kicking the habit
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
SIOUX FALLS, SD – More than 50 years ago, an American Cancer Society-funded study showed the first link between smoking and lung cancer...
IHS success stories - Adrienne Laverdure, M.D., family practitioner
Brenda McHugh, Special to Today
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wisc. – Tears stung her flushed cheeks. Her usually proud chin sunk deep into her chest...
'Silent Victims,’ by Barbara Perry
Pamela Hughes, Today correspondent
I n “Silent Victims: Hate Crimes Against Native Americans,” Barbara Perry presents a compact and detailed review of how colonization, stereotyping, discriminatory and oppressive pr...
A fight for life
UPPER PENINSULA, Mich. – Imagine sending a child into a restaurant to see if they have table and chairs that you can fit in...
Teaching tools foster science and diabetes education in American Indian schools
WASHINGTON – Schools across the country now have free access to an innovative set of teaching tools designed to increase the understanding of science, health and diabetes among Ame...
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