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Native Yale Law Students Honor Washburn
How Sacred Objects Heal, Part I
EPA: Human Rights, Environmental Justice
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National Geographic Honors Gwaii Haanas
Moment of Silence, Healing Song Planned
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales
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Native Groups to Rally Against Redskins
Tester’s Big Gamble
Shelly Vetoes Fluency Legislation
United by Rock 'n Roll: The Ollivanders
NM’s Minority Groups Form Alliance
BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Americans Don't Know Native History
Mother/Son Overcome Adversity Together
Fryberg Texted Victims
Walmart's 'Fat Girl Costumes' Fail
Alaska Native Grandmother Fights Ruling
6 Sacred Animals, and Their Meanings
Thing About Skins
Allegan man finds Indian artifacts in his garden
This is the time of year when many people start getting the garden ready for planting...
Pawnee Heritage: Tribe's corn grows in 'original homeland'
Two centuries ago, the Pawnee were a powerful and confident people who dominated broad swaths of what is now Nebraska...
State to represent Cherokee Nation in dispute with poultry industry
In an uncommon legal move, the Cherokee Nation has agreed to allow the state to represent its interests in a legal dispute with the poultry industry over the alleged pollution of t...
Little peace for Colfax Indian Cemetery
When a tree falls in the Colfax Indian Cemetery, who hears it?...
Indian land additions at risk
South Dakota's long legal fight with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe over the tribe's ability to buy land and place it in federal trust could affect tribal economic development across ...
Little Tigers on the RES
Maria Dadgar, Special to Today
T urn off the television and put your video games away, there’s a new game in town...
Artist puts her spin on songs of Native jazz pioneer
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
In 1929, a Spokane and Coeur d’Alene Indian vocalist joined Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra to become the breakthrough big-band “girl singer” who opened doors for many who followed...
Study looks at early Navajo use of smoke signals
Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press Writer
Holy Road: ‘He was a true chief’
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
TULALIP, Wash. – Glen Gobin was almost apologetic about his dad’s obituary in a local daily newspaper. “Was it too long?” he asked...
Don’t know much about history
Gale Courey Toensing
d'Errico: Law is argument
Peter d’Errico, Today correspondent
A nalysis of the recent Navajo coal case decided in April by the U.S. Supreme Court shows federal Indian law “trust doctrine” greatly diminished from its former glory...
Eagle Thunder Entertainment releases ‘Old Times’
WASHINGTON – Robby Romero and Stacey Thunder, owners of Eagle Thunder Entertainment , have announced the July release of a new CD featuring the Red Lake Singers, a group of six eld...
St. Regis Mohawk chief elected Clarkson University trustee
Gale Courey Toensing
POTSDAM, N.Y. – James W. Ransom, chief of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Council is the newest member of the board of trustees of Clarkson University ...
Proposed casino smoking ban extinguished for the second time
Gale Courey Toensing
HARTFORD, Conn. – A proposed bill for a total ban on smoking at the state’s two Indian-owned casinos flamed out for the second year in a row...
Native hockey stars shine in NHL
David Wiwchar, Today correspondent
EDMONTON, Alberta – It’s game night at a sold out Rexall Place...
Trimble: More Indian names
Charles E. Trimble, Columnist
T here is not a greater oxymoron – a contradiction in terms – in Indian country than that of the name Rosebud Sioux...
Chickasaw Nation opens unique child development center
A contemporary fast, casual eatery features Native dishes and decor
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – If there’s such a thing as guilt-free frybread, a recently opened restaurant may have the recipe for it...
Myths and reality
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – “Most Indians live on reservations and don’t pay taxes.” “Indians don’t have to work because the government provides all their needs.” “Native Americans are all wealth...
Students build homes and careers
Konnie LeMay, Today correspondent
CASS LAKE, Minn...
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