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Duluth architects build with Indian clients
Peter Passi, Duluth News Tribune
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) – Duluth architectural firm is betting on the future of its business with American Indian tribes...
April Locklear offers addicts options to lead productive lives
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
LUMBERTON, N.C. – April Whittemore Locklear offers people with substance abuse addictions options when they think there are none, and hope for a future they often can’t see...
Skin cancer: No one is immune
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
D r. Mona Gohara, a skin cancer expert at Yale New Haven Hospital, says people of color need to know three important facts: • No one is immune to skin cancer...
Retired Arizona nurse among 10 chosen to receive national award
Marketing whiz recognized for helping casino’s success
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
B eing chosen for a national award is a tremendous accomplishment, and Chris Province (Cherokee) is thrilled to be one of the inaugural recipients of a 40 Under 40 designation...
Okla. AARP seeks nominations for Indian Elder Honors
AARP Oklahoma continues to seek nominations for its 2009 Indian Elder Honors...
Colvilles sue to stop Osoyoos park transfer
A Colville tribal leader says the state’s decision to transfer a small park near the Canadian border to the city of Oroville was unfair, illegal and reminiscent of the days when go...
Sale of Texas track to Chickasaws hits snag
Murray Evans, Associated Press Writer
TULSA, Okla. – A federal bankruptcy judge in Delaware ruled Oct...
Marshall Bank sues Nooksacks' casino
The Nooksack Indian Tribe and a tribal business group are being sued in Whatcom County Superior Court for breach of various contracts in connection with the building and equipping ...
Wampanoag tribe cuts size of casino project
Leaders of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe have scaled back plans to build a billion-dollar resort casino in Middleborough, saying they would start small with a facility that simply of...
NC video poker machine ban judged by appeals court
Gary D. Robertson, Associated Press Writer
RALEIGH, N.C. – Appeals court judges hearing arguments Oct...
New Port Townsend ferry to be named after Klallam Chief Chetzemoka
The first of two 64-car state ferries to be built for the Port Townsend-Keystone route will be named for Chetzemoka, the Klallam chief who befriended 19th century settlers on the O...
Appeals Court Rules Against Schaghticokes
An appeals court Monday rejected the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation's latest attempt at federal recognition, leaving a bid to the U.S...
Casino group to begin collecting signatures
David Sharp, Associated Press Write
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Leaders of a new group that’s launching a new effort to win approval for a casino in western Maine is ready to begin collecting signatures to force a referen...
CSKT launches new website to dispel myths
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes launched a new website to dispel longtime tribal and reservation myths. It's called "the rez we live on"...
New hotel, water park to replace Soaring Eagle Inn and Conference Center by 2011
The Soaring Eagle Inn and Conference Center has big plans in store for the next few years. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe said Tuesday that the inn, at 5665 E...
Making her own path
Gale Courey Toensing
E rin Cook knows where she came from and where she’s going. At least, she knows where she’s going for the next year...
University promotes healthy lifestyles
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
F or American Indians wanting to quit smoking, the demonizing of tobacco can come at a cultural and spiritual cost...
Cinnamon Spear stresses the importance of education
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
C innamon Spear knows the value of a good education. The recent Dartmouth College graduate grew up on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in the small community of Lame Deer...
Encouraging America to 'Think Indian'
A llyson Two Bears, an environmental science student at Sitting Bull College based in the Dakotas, hails from a long line of medicine women...
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