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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Skins:Forced Sterilizations Native Women
Thank Indians for Latest Superfood
NMAI Profile: Bruce Whiteman Jr.
Fundamentalism II: God Loves Genocide
Jewell Big Week: Pope, Solarthon & $25K
Why'd the Rez Chicken Cross the Road?
Bristol Bay's Stunning Wild Salmon Run
Houska: 'The Green Inferno': Lousy Film
BC Tourism Links Cultures, Creates Jobs
Cultural Tourism Is a Growing Topic
Pol Disses Pope; Pope Disses Indians
OU Pres Supports Native Programs
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller
The Sale of Yucca Mountain Was an Attack
Thing About Skins
Rights are sometimes absent in Indian country
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
‘American Indian 101’ encouraged representation
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Diversity Committee and Writers Guild of America, West American Indian Writers Committee co-presented the “American Indi...
Indian programs largely protected from budget freeze
WASHINGTON – Fears that President Barack Obama would freeze or cut Indian country programs in his fiscal year 2011 budget have been alleviated...
Wennersten: There’s something in the water
John R. Wennersten
S cientists now tell us there is something in our waters that we least expected. That “something” is a class of chemicals called endocrine disruptors, and Dr...
Weather ravaged communities receive support
Aboriginal Hockey Showcase well worth the rush
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN – There was a mad rush to make it happen, but organizers are thrilled with the Aboriginal Hockey Showcase they were able to stage in Saskatoon...
Yocha Dehe tribe donates $100K to help South Dakota tribe
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation on Thursday provided $100,000 to help the Cheyenne River Sioux with severe winter storm disaster assistance on their South Dakota reservation...
Tribe looks to implement drug testing for OST employees
Funding is the only obstacle between Oglala Sioux Tribal employees and mandatory drug testing using hair follicles...
Senate committee: Indian casinos owe New York state police millions for security, other services
A quest by some state lawmakers to bring uncollected cigarette taxes from Native American nations into New York’s struggling coffers has expanded to include unpaid fees some nation...
North Bend, tribe settle dispute
A new agreement between the city of North Bend and the Coquille Indian Tribe to put aside a breach of contract lawsuit will mean the city will lose about $100,000 for providing ser...
Pollutants linked to diabetes
Letter to the Editor
A t Grassy Narrows and Wabaseemoong First Nations in Ontario, Canada, many people have been diagnosed with Minamata disease (mercury poisoning)...
Sweat Lodge Deaths
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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‘Indian’ mascots and Native tuition occupy tribal caucus
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Despite legislative proposals to curb offensive “Indian” high school names and mascots statewide, one Colorado tribal leader thinks the depictions should be done away with...
Wayne Newton advocates for Virginia state recognition of Patawomeck Indian tribe
When Capitol Hill rolls out the red carpet for celebrity lobbyists, it gets Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt...
Full speed ahead for Yuma Speedway
If Wednesday's standing-room only meeting is any indication, there's plenty of interest in re-opening the Yuma Speedway...
North Bend and Coquille Tribe Agree to Long-Term Solution
The legal battle between the city of North Bend and the Coquille indian tribe finally came to a close Wednesday...
Auction of Indian tribe carvings nets $703,000 for Lynden museum
When a collector offered to pay the Lynden Pioneer Museum $200,000 for two bowls and a frontlet carved by Northwest Coast Indian tribes, Troy Luginbill figured that if the man was ...
Oglala Lakota Traveler Sees ‘Deep Parallels’ in Palestine
Gale Courey Toensing
An activist who traveled to Egypt on Christmas Day to participate in the Gaza Freedom March took along a case of Tanka Bars, hoping to distribute them to undernourished children in...
Tobacco prevention holds seminar to assist those wanting to quit
How do you quit smoking for good? That was the question at "Semaa Tobacco: Traditional Use, Not Abuse" on Tuesday in the Nimkee Public Health Kitchen, 7498 E. Broadway Rd.
The USD School of Law receives grant
The USD School of Law will seek to increase the number of American Indian law students after they received a $70,000 grant from the John T...
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