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Atcitty: Obama, Native nations and the Supreme Court
L ast week President Obama acknowledged that America has its own legacy of misdeeds to account for – “slavery, segregation, and the past treatment of Native Americans.” Sadly, duri...
d'Errico: Navajo Nation, known as an ‘Indian tribe’
O n April 6, the U.S...
Utah's 5 tribes getting their due, too
The first installment of the five-part television documentary that was his brainchild and in which he makes a number of guest appearances ran Monday night on KUED...
1975 AIM slaying gets St. Louis appeal hearing
The U.S. attorney for South Dakota and a defense lawyer will argue an appeal in the 1975 slaying of a Canadian woman Wednesday - a month before the case goes to trial...
Yuroks seek $20 million state loan for land
The Yurok Tribe has applied for a $20 million no-interest loan from the state that could secure the first part of a two-stage land deal to significantly broaden its current holding...
Major legislation introduced to combat crime
WASHINGTON – Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., introduced major bipartisan legislation April 2 aimed at strengthening law enforcement and justice in Indian communities...
Controversy yields win for fired Churchill
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The outcome of a closely watched, month-long civil liberties trial that vindicated a controversial scholar also means that “white experts can no longer distort the truth a...
CORD aims to bridge cultural gap
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
BILLINGS, Mont. – The first Crow Off-Reservation District gathering was held March 21. “Let’s strike a CORD!” was the event motto...
Big winners top $3 million at Turning Stone in first quarter
Hard quartzite formation holds fragile prized pipestone
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – It took nothing less than a mile-thick glacier to carve the cascade at Sioux Falls, S.D. from the quartzite bedrock...
Yakama casino GM resigns amid dispute
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Spirit Mountain Casino: Profiting communities
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
GRAND RONDE, Ore. – The Spirit Mountain Casino in Grand Ronde is arguably one of the biggest and most popular tourist attractions in the state...
Sacramento and Bay area on route to Red Hawk Casino
VALLEY CENTER: Neighborhood shaken by pit bull attacks
A string of recent pit bull attacks has left two other dogs dead, a miniature horse mauled and residents feeling shaken and helpless in Paradise Mountain, an otherwise quiet commun...
States reject call to halt spring chinook angling
State officials on Monday rejected pleas by tribal and gillnet fishermen to shut down the huge lower Columbia spring chinook sport fishery until more salmon pass upstream of Bonnev...
Nature Center unveils new exhibit
The Remington Nature Center’s historical collections will become more like a museum with the addition of a new display of rare peace medals authorized by Congress and presidents fo...
Construction starts on $5 million administrative project for Pokagon Band on Cass County
Construction of a new administration facility for the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians began Monday here in Cass County...
Foxwoods exec fighting a lawsuit on $5.2M loan
A top official for Foxwoods, the casino proposed for 8th and Market streets in Center City, has offered an unusual legal defense after being sued in Connecticut for an unpaid $5.2 ...
New N.M. law says state, tribes must cooperate
Feelings of bitterness and mistrust long have permeated American Indians' relationship with government, but New Mexico hopes to change that with a new law that requires all state a...
Tribe leaders reinforce casino commitment
The new Mashpee Wampanoag chairman met with the Middleboro Board of Selectmen last night and delivered a message: The tribe plans to pursue its goal of a casino in town, despite re...
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