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Trust is the key to better fisheries management
Cooperative natural resources co-management at its best was displayed during this year’s North of Falcon process for setting Indian and non-Indian salmon fishing seasons in western...
Ramah Navajo Chapter Gets Recovery Funds
Northwestern New Mexico's Ramah Navajo Chapter is the first tribe in the nation to receive economic stimulus money for road repair. U.S...
BIZARRE FIND: Bones found in basement are believed to be three Native Americans.
Bones found in the basement of an Albany barbershop belong to three prehistoric American Indians, Delaware County Coroner Jim Clevenger said...
Native singers, orchestra create S. Dakota sound
The Dakota Chamber Orchestra plays its part of "Black Hills Olowan" - horns, winds and strings playing short, sharp sounds, making dense music...
Senate panel sets hearing on Indian land trusts
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is scheduled to hold a hearing tomorrow to examine the authority of the executive branch to take land into trust for Indian tribes...
A home for Indians' beloved fry bread
Indian fry bread, the puffy, plate-sized treat of powwows nationwide, is the ultimate American Indian comfort food — and the raison d'être of a long trail of Western roadside food ...
A winning profile
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
SELLS, Ariz. – What makes for a great workplace?...
‘Giving the Gift of Language’ reaches 800 students
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
NORMAN, Okla. – They came from the east side of Oklahoma to the west side – and then some...
Native Americans disproportionately affected by predatory lending
WASHINGTON – A new study found that predatory lending practices disproportionately affect Native American families...
California county appeals tribe’s casino construction
Butte County supervisors have decided to appeal a federal court ruling allowing the Chico Rancheria Mechoopda to build a casino between Oroville and Chico...
Seminole Hard Rock celebrates 5th anniversary
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is celebrating its fifth anniversary...
Indian health center to double in size
Crews are expected to break ground next month on a 26,000-square-foot addition to the Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa that will double the size of the facility...
O'odham to rebury bones
The Tohono O'odham Nation will soon rebury the remains of nearly 200 of their ancestors, dug up in the late 1970s and early '80s by teams of archaeologists working on what was then...
Tribe to receive chunk of stimulus cash
The Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians will receive an undisclosed part of a national $500 million economic rescue package to replace aging water and sewer facilities...
Border Tribe In Midst of Drug Smuggling 'Crisis'
This year, law enforcement agencies expect to seize as much as 800,000 pounds of marijuana crossing one stretch of border in southern Arizona that runs through the Tohono O'odham I...
Small successes come hard in battle over mascots
Twenty nine years ago I wrote my first column about high school, college and professional sports teams using American Indians as mascots for their fun and games...
Cheyenne River Youth Project gears up for growing season
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Appeals court upholds uranium mining curb on Navajo lands
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Navajo Nation’s anti-uranium mining ban scored a victory April 17 when the 10th Circuit Court upheld federal, rather than state, control over a permit for a proposed i...
Proposed IHS budget increase welcome news
Mary Kim Titla, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – “My husband’s job is uncertain right now...
Menominee file casino lawsuit
The Menominee Nation has filed a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the U.S...
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