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Indian health bill on brink of passage
WASHINGTON – The Indian Health Care Improvement Act , after years of waiting for congressional reauthorization, is close to passage as part of the national health care reform packa...
Shinnecocks are looking at benefits that come with federal recognition
As luck would have it, so to speak, a week after the Shinnecock Indian Nation learned that it had received preliminary federal recognition came a heaping reminder of the kinds of b...
Stolen totem pole will rise again in Renton
Thanks to the original woodcarver, Seattle police have identified the owners of a Renton totem pole, which was stolen and then recovered alongside a West Seattle pole...
Court backs video poker ban off Cherokee land
North Carolina's appeals court on Tuesday upheld a statewide ban on video poker machines except those operated by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in their Smoky Mountains casi...
Judges rule against Pechanga tribal disenrollment challenge
Sixteen people who said their civil rights were violated by disenrollment from the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians had their claim rejected Tuesday by the U.S...
Guilty plea in eagle killing
A Northern Arapaho man pleaded guilty Tuesday in tribal court to killing a bald eagle in 2005 for use in his tribe's Sun Dance.Winslow Friday, who is in his mid- 20s, entered the p...
Choctaw Nation starts higher-education database
The Choctaw Nation has launched an extensive and wide-ranging higher education database that its developers are calling the first of its kind...
County Board approves casino pact extension
An effort to develop a Kenosha casino can remain in the game for 15 more months, as far as local governments are concerned...
Colonial Williamsburg embraces American Indian presence
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Glen Cove burial site slated for development
Shadi Rahimi, Today correspondent
Indian H1N1 outcome worse than anecdotal data let on
Correction: This story erroneously attributed a statement regarding effects of the H1N1 flu virus in American Indian/Alaska Native populations to U.S...
Lamar Associates: Preparing for tomorrow, protecting today
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
Lamar Associates has found solutions to gang problems by focusing on community-based coalitions and working with police, schools, health agencies and tribal leadership after they h...
Don’t forget your New Year’s resolutions!
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
T hree, two, one. ... the countdown to a New Year has begun. It is time to bid farewell to one year and welcome another and all the potential it brings...
Craig Cooke – St. Regis Mohawk CEO, Rhythm Interactive
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
O n Sept. 18, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development named the winners of its Indian Progress in Business or INPRO Native American 40 Under 40 awards...
Patterson joins Lewis and Roca
PHOENIX – Kerry Patterson has joined Lewis and Roca’s Phoenix office. Patterson is of counsel in the firm’s Tribal Affairs and Gaming practice group...
Cultural experiences fastest growing sector of British Columbia tourism
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Tourism markets around the world are undergoing drastic changes to adjust to the new economic realities facing the tourism industry...
Conference shoots for $1 billion in contracts
PHOENIX – More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the premier American Indian business and economic development event in the country – the 24th Annual Reservation Economic Su...
Blackfeet Tribal Business Council announces largest per capita in decades
BROWNING, Mont. – The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council recently announced that per capitas for 2009 will be $200, the largest in decades...
Aboriginal tourism operators applaud Approved Destination Status
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – British Columbia’s Aboriginal Tourism Association is applauding the awarding of Approved Destination Status to Canada by the Government of China, call...
Importance of partnerships focus of symposium
LAS VEGAS – The National American Indian Housing Council , the only national Indian organization solely advocating on tribal housing, convened its annual Legal Symposium in Las Veg...
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