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Clive Bundy's Treatment Vs. Dann Sisters
Fiddling in the Fields: Spring's Fern
Northland College Names NAICC Director
NMAI Profile: Ogimaa Duke Peltier
Broken Hearts and Tuition Bills
Everest Avalanche Kills 12 Sherpas
Coachella War Bonnets: Yep, It Happened
400 Years Later—Pocahontas Weds Again
Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Thing About Skins
A new face in Washington
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – After an extended count of ballots in Alaska, Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich, 47, has been declared winner in his race against Senator Ted Stevens by more than 3,0...
A warrior wonders
Letter to the Editor
So the government has chosen to look the other way again. To take another thing away from the Native Americans. I am currently serving in the U.S...
Thanksgiving serves up some ‘old time religion’
Letter to the Editor
Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt of a popular column written by our late friend and teacher, John C. Mohawk (1945-2006). It was originally published in Nov. 2003...
Trimble: Thanksgiving out among the colonized
Charles E. Trimble
A day after Thanksgiving last year, the Omaha World Herald carried a story about the Meskwaki reservation in Tama, Iowa, and feelings about the holiday on the part of some of the t...
Groundbreaking PBS series nears completion
Gale Courey Toensing
BOSTON – After almost five years of planning and production, a groundbreaking television series depicting more than 350 years of history from an American Indian perspective is sche...
11/21/08 - No tribal aid in 1st lame-duck congressional session
As Congress wrapped up the first of two lame-duck sessions on Thursday, lawmakers failed to pass any legislative proposals that would assist tribes during the country's economic st...
11/21/08 - Every earthly reason to visit
You never know what your chances are at a casino, but at Wild Earth, one of Potawatomi Bingo Casino's new casual restaurants, the odds are pretty good that you'll be served a well-...
11/21/08 - Three charged with cheating new Snoqualmie Casino
King County prosecutors have filed charges against three New York men accused of trying to fleece the newly opened Snoqualmie Casino. Jorge A...
11/21/08 - Suffolk move aims to join NYC's Indian smoke shop suit
Labeling the Poospatuck Indian reservation a "tax evasion haven," New York City's lead attorney in a lawsuit against smoke shops on the Mastic reservation Thursday estimated that S...
11/21/08 - Ex-tribal officials guilty
A federal jury Thursday found a former Indian Township Passamaquoddy tribal governor guilty on all but one of 30 charges, including misapplication of tribal and federal funds and m...
11/21/08 - Tribe becomes a sovereign nation
In a way, it is no longer part of Athens Township, Calhoun County or Michigan, but tribal leaders said Pine Creek Reservation still is part of the community...
11/21/08 - Native American round dance celebrates the circle of life
In an instant, the mood went from high-spirited and festive to serious and somber...
11/21/08 - Stillaguamish ex-leaders plead guilty to cigarette trafficking
Four former leaders of the Stillaguamish Indian Tribe must pay more than $25 million to Washington state that should have been charged as taxes on cigarettes sold at the Blue Still...
11/21/08 - Grand Ronde tribe marks 25 years of return to recognition
If Kathryn Harrison had one wish, many Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde elders who have passed on could see the nation today...
11/20/08 - Sampson kept voice of Alaska Inupiat alive
Hers was one of the first voices they'd ever heard speaking Inupiaq on the radio...
11/20/08 - Tribal firefighters 'commit' to union effort
Members of the Mashantucket Pequot Fire Department, which provides fire protection for the tribe-owned Foxwoods Resort Casino, have begun a process that could lead to union affilia...
11/20/08 - Schools chief backs off hair ruling
An American Indian boy who wears his hair in a braid as part of a religious custom will be allowed to remain at his Slidell school after the superintendent of St...
11/20/08 - Tribal leaders accused of smoke-shop tax scam
Leaders of the Stillaguamish Indian Tribe lived in luxury for four years while Washington residents were cheated out of more than $25 million that should have been collected as sta...
11/20/08 - Deputies storm Soboba reservation after report of carjacking
Riverside County sheriff's deputies searched for three carjacking suspects Wednesday on the Soboba Indian Reservation...
11/20/08 - Navajos open first casino near Gallup
The Navajo Nation opened its first casino Wednesday just east of Gallup, N.M., hoping that slot machines, poker and bingo will inject new income into the tribe...
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