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Tucson Man Charged with First Degree Murder
A federal grand jury in Phoenix returned a five-count indictment this week against Eugene Joseph Escalanti, 33, of Tucson, Arizona, for First Degree Murder, Assault Resulting in Se...
HICKORY STICK: Seneca golf course hiring questioned
A local labor leader who serves on the board at the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency has some questions about the use of Native American laborers in the construction of...
Marin traffic impacts studied for proposed Richmond casino
A giant casino proposed for a Richmond peninsula within view of San Rafael won't significantly affect traffic in Marin if approved, according to draft environmental documents prepa...
Angel of the Winds casino thrives in Tulalip’s shadow
Perhaps it’s the little casino that could...
Sioux Falls folds Lakota language into other classes
A shift in focus toward younger Native American students means the end of a short-lived Lakota language class in the Sioux Falls School District...
Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame ceremonies set for Thursday
A Pickens District judge, a state representative, an accomplished bladesmith, and a world-famous opera singer will be inducted into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame at 6:30 p.m., ...
DWR says Book Cliffs bison doing well
Biologists with the state Division of Wildlife Resources are pleased with the success of their bison reintroduction efforts in the Book Cliffs, which created the third bison herd o...
Basin gets blasted by violent weather
A series of strong thunderstorms spawned a funnel cloud in Uintah County and sparked several small wildfires in Duchesne County on Thursday...
Gros Ventre businesswoman named Minority Advocate of the Year
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
TULSA, Okla. – The Oklahoma Native American Business Enterprise Center has named Vernelle Chase as Minority Advocate of the Year...
Stickball workshop introduces craft, art of traditional game
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
A diet makeover put James back in control
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
OKLAHOMA CITY – By his own admission, Gerald James loved two B’s: barbecue and buffets...
Trahant: Health care dualism: Control costs and expand access
O ne of the most difficult elements in the health care reform debate is the philosophical notion of “dualism.” In order to reach consensus we, as a nation, have to balance equally ...
Congressman Kildee announces Paxton Myers as Native American affairs advisor
WASHINGTON – Congressman Dale E. Kildee, D-Mich., chairman of the House Native American Caucus, announced Aug...
10.0 Native Pride sucks
T he scene: I’m in a nightclub in Toronto after the Skydome pow wow in 2000 or 2001...
Oweesta names new CEO
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Tribe restoring sturgeon habitat
Becky Kramer, The Spokesman-Review
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho (AP) – Four-inch long sturgeon frolicked in a hatchery tank comically flipping onto their backs to feed, then wriggling right side up...
Ecuador’s Amazonian Indian confederation faces varied threats
David Dudenhoefer, Today correspondent
A pproximately 100 representatives of Ecuador’s Amazonian Indian nations recently gathered in the community of Union Base, near the southeastern town of Puyo, to celebrate the inau...
Billy Frank Jr.
W e’re starting to see some light on the horizon when it comes to restoring salmon, and we have good management to thank for it...
‘I want my job back,’ a former professor reiterates
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has made another stab at reinstatement by asking a District Court judge in Denver to reconsider his recent decision ...
SCIA takes on tribal gangs
WASHINGTON – It’s high time to take a stand against tribal gangs – and the help of Congress is desperately needed – according to several Native American leaders who note there are ...
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