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Love, romance and chocolate. This is the time of year for all three to be together. Chocolate is something people are passionate about, yet when asked why they have no idea...
Blood quantum is no measure
Letter to the Editor
“We Shall Remain,” a production from the PBS series, American Experience, to be aired in April, deals with issues facing the Native people of the United States...
Native heritage source of strength for world-class athlete
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Gains for Indian country in compromised stimulus bill
Update on final bill at end of story. WASHINGTON – Indian programs fared well in the final version of the economic stimulus plan brokered by the Senate and House...
Paths, consequences differ
Letter to the Editor
I recently read Julia Good Fox’s article on Palestine [“Palestine: Stop the re-creation of ‘Indian Country’ in the Holy Land,” Vol. 28, Iss.33]...
First lady’s interior visit highlights lack of Native press access
WASHINGTON – Many tribal and national American Indian media outlets knew beforehand that first lady Michelle Obama would be making a Feb...
Unkechaug chief calls for negotiations after legal victories for tribes
Gale Courey Toensing
POOSPATUCK RESERVATION, N.Y...
Standing Rock Sioux member gets key White House post
WASHINGTON – The White House announced Feb. 6 that Jodi Archambault Gillette has been named one of three deputy associate directors of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs...
Protesters Push For Tax Free Land Sale
Dozens of protesters from the Northland's American Indian Community and other supporters gathered on the steps of the Saint Louis County Court House Thursday...
Mont. officials want to move bison to Wyoming
Montana wildlife officials are seeking public comment on a proposal to relocate several dozen Yellowstone National Park bison to an American Indian reservation in Wyoming.
Suspect in theft of government vehicles arrested
A man suspected of stealing government vehicles was arrested after running into the Harrah's Casino and Resort in an attempt to hide from tribal police early Thursday morning.The m...
Cherokee burial program restructures
The Cherokee Nation Burial Assistance Program is announcing new guidelines and options for assistance, according to a media release...
Interior head says he'll review tribal recognition process
Newly installed Interior Secretary Ken Salazar pledged Thursday to examine the federal process for recognizing Indian tribes after hearing about the decades-long struggle of Montan...
Indian Gaming Community Benefit Committee doles out grants
Meeting for the first time since 2007, a committee of city, county and Chumash tribal representatives approved more than $1.4 million in grants Thursday to public agencies as part ...
Jobs become focus of Seminole-tracks' casino battle
As Florida's unemployment numbers rise, the decades-old fight between the state's Seminole Tribe and its gambling competitors has come to this: who can promise the most jobs.
Rezkast up and running
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe recently launched Rezkast, a Web site that’s open to everyone in Indian country...
Two involved with Harry LaForme departure resign
TORONTO – The two commissioners who were blamed by the chair of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission for his resignation have now decided to move on...
College to return artifacts to tribe
The Associated Press
FARGO, N.D. – The Standing Rock Sioux Trib e says it is awaiting the return of dinosaur fossils taken by a college in Minnesota...
Tribes ask lawmakers to OK collaboration bill
Deborah Baker, The Associated Press
SANTA FE, N.M. – Indian leaders urged New Mexico lawmakers Feb. 6 to approve a measure mandating closer cooperation between state agencies and tribes...
PTAC Program Manager, Procurement Specialist- National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development- 02/12/09
Title: PTAC Program Manager, Procurement Specialist Location: Various Locations Company: National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development Salary: DOE Website/E-mail: www...
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