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Gale Courey Toensing
3/20/09
WASHINGTON – Tribal nations are facing a paradoxical situation, according to Brian Patterson, the president of United South and Eastern Tribes...
Rob Capriccioso
3/20/09
WASHINGTON – A group of tribal energy experts has asked the Obama administration to consider specific incentives to help tribes play a substantial role in beefing up the nation’s h...
3/20/09
It's a big day for those on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Wednesday the New Sage Hill Travel Center and Casino is now open...
Rob Capriccioso
3/20/09
WASHINGTON – The lead plaintiff in the long-running Indian trust mismanagement suit against the Department of the Interior is frustrated by the wait-and-see approach being advocate...
3/20/09
Members of the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee on Thursday got an overview of the legal relationship between the state of Maine and the American Indian tribes whose presence here...
3/20/09
Children, Incorporated and Rotarians from Altadena, California are launching the Native Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative, teaching Navajo youth of Coconino County, Arizona how to ...
3/20/09
This deal’s straightforward...
3/20/09
A proposed ban on smoking at Connecticut's casinos appears likely to move to the floor of the state House of Representatives next week, perhaps setting the stage for an eventual te...
3/20/09
Members of the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes are expected to join the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Charlestown, R.I., Saturday in protesting last month's U.S...
Rob Capriccioso
3/20/09
WASHINGTON – The Echo-Hawk name has been making big waves lately as a result of political wrangling in Washington. But the name isn’t synonymous with politics...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/19/09
NEW YORK – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation is back in court seeking restoration of its federal acknowledgment...
Rob Capriccioso
3/19/09
WASHINGTON – While dramatic spending increases for Indian country exist in President Barack Obama’s first proposed budget, tribal leaders have suggested a number of improvements to...
Letter to the Editor
3/19/09
The United States plans not to attend a United Nations conference on racism next month in Geneva...
Billy Frank Jr.
3/19/09
We’re marking an important milestone in cooperative salmon co-management this year...
Rob Capriccioso
3/19/09
WASHINGTON – It was already known that Indian country would be eligible for approximately $5 billion through a combination of direct tribal funding, individual program benefits and...
3/19/09
After four previous unsuccessful campaigns, Lisa Brown landed a seat on the Siletz Tribal Council during the annual council election held Feb. 7...
3/19/09
After a year of heated debate, a decision is made over the controversial warrior mascot at Carpinteria High School...
3/19/09
NOAA Fisheries Service on Thursday proposed listing Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act...
3/19/09
Wampanoag medicine man, former selectman of Aquinnah when it was called Gay Head, school bus driver, and a celebrated pie maker, Luther Tacknash Madison died March 12 at Martha's V...

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