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Man fatally shot today on Soboba Indian Reservation; authorities asking public's help
A man was shot dead today on the Soboba Indian Reservation, and a suspect who led deputies on a chase was arrested, a sheriff's sergeant said...
A Rising but Doubted Dream on a Reservation
At the edge of the remote prairie town called Eagle Butte, just past a fireworks stand, there is construction...
Market brings Indian culture to rodeo
Moccasins and headdresses will mix with wranglers and 10-gallon hats at the Farmington Indian Center's eighth Indian Market and Festival...
Burn notice: Seminoles charging cigarette tax too
Smokers, beware: If you were eyeing Seminole resorts as a tax-free haven for cigarettes, think again...
Tribes seek state tools for child support
When the father of Vera LeClair's 8-year-old son told the Ponca Nation tribal court judge that he would be getting money back from his federal income tax return and would use it to...
Stoney Nation to get new school
As early as 2012, children at the Stoney Nation will have new classrooms and other educational facilities, following a funding approval from the feds...
Seaway bridge is set to reopen
After being closed for more than a month, the Seaway International Bridge will reopen at 6 a.m. today, according to a Canada Border Services Agency release...
History meets art in Kiowa chronicles
Indian advocates discuss use of bald eagle parts
Native American advocates and members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe are responding to issues raised when a headless bald eagle used in a religious ceremony was recently found in a Boul...
Indigenous leaders call for President Zelaya’s return
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
T he largest indigenous organizations in Honduras are calling for the immediate return of deposed President Manuel Zelaya, and they assert that the new administration is trying to ...
ConnectionsIT delivers state-of-the-art video surveillance to casinos
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
SANTA ROSA, Calif. – State-of-the-art information technology is the backbone of ConnectionsIT ...
Connecticut gaming report faults state’s distribution of casino revenue
Gale Courey Toensing
Waiting for a quick fix
ARLINGTON, Va. – The final BIA tribal consultation involving the infamous Carcieri v. Salazar Supreme Court decision has been held...
NV1 opens new studio
John Christian Hopkins, Today correspondent
Puyallup Tribe remains tight-lipped on report leak
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
TACOMA, Wash. – The Puyallup Tribe suffered a public relations nightmare in May when a tribal insider leaked a confidential and disparaging report on the Emerald Queen casinos...
Cherokee Nation Enterprises created hundreds of jobs in 2008
TULSA, Okla. – Cherokee Nation Enterprises created more than 200 new jobs and millions in new payroll for the region in 2008...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Native American Bank headquartered in Denver was in the news again June 12 when it was listed as one of a growing group of Colorado banks under federal scrutiny for qu...
Roof in the rough
Becky Kramer, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash.
WORLEY, Idaho (MCT) – When the wind blows at Circling Raven Golf Course, it rustles through prairie grasses growing on the roof of the Stensgar Pavilion...
Mohawks vs. Canada:
William Kates, Associated Press Writer
Commerce department helps minority businesses get ‘a piece of the action’
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Commerce has launched a campaign to help minority businesses access Recovery Act funds...
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