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Letter to the Editor
I wanted to thank the House of Representatives in Washington D.C., for approving federal recognition of the Lumbee Indians of North Carolina known as H.R. 31...
Advocacy and change in federal Indian law
Peter d’Errico, Today correspondent
It’s a bad sign when a Supreme Court justice disrespects a young Indian woman, Nazune Menka , when asked about the Carcieri v...
Ramapough shooting trial enters final stage
Lawyers made closing arguments Thursday in the trial of a state park police officer accused of killing a Ramapough Indian three years ago, presenting sharply divergent versions of ...
Guidelines, applications for tax-exempt bonds now available
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – T he Internal Revenue Service has published guidelines for tribes to file applications for up to $2 billion in tax-exempt bonds for economic development projects in In...
Paiute celebration will begin Friday
Tribal dances, traditional regalia and plenty of food are all part of the celebration at the Paiute Restoration and Gathering starting Friday and going through Saturday...
BIA head's letter raises questions on rights
A decision by the new head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs puts the Tahlequah-based United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians on equal jurisdictional footing with the Cherokee Nati...
Obama to replace Hopi U.S. attorney
WASHINGTON – Diane J. Humetewa, the first female Native American U.S. attorney in history, will soon be out of a job – and not because she’s doing a bad job, either...
Mashantuckets Plan Powwow Festival for July 8-9
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe will host a powwow festival — an American Indian celebration of dancing, singing and socializing — from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m...
Jones is first Navajo to ride at National Finals Rodeo
Spud Jones' name won't be uttered in the same sentence as Trevor Brazile yet. He doesn't have the rodeo résumé of Billy Etbauer...
Desert Rain Café serves more than food
Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan, Today correspondent
I n the heart of the Tohono O’odham Reservation, Loretta Oden and a team of Tohono O’odham cooks gather in the kitchen of the Desert Rain Café to not only prepare meals from tradit...
Glendale tries new tactic to stop Tohono O'odham casino
Glendale is trying a new tactic to block the Tohono O'odham Nation from building a casino and hotel in the sports and entertainment district...
Arguments in Oneida Indian land trust case focus on comma in 1983 federal law
The placement of a comma could mean the difference between the Oneida Indian Nation getting 13,000 acres of trust land or getting none at all...
Tribe Makes Payment of $125,000 to Assist El Dorado County With Public Safety
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians made a payment this week of $125,000 to the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors for Law Enforcement Services...
On This Day: Custer Killed in Battle of Little Bighorn
On June 25, 1876, Native American warriors led by Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull defeated Lt. Col. George Custer and his forces near Montana Territory’s Little Bighorn River.
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Summit tackles education barriers for American Indians
It's no secret that American Indians are struggling to graduate from high school and get into college...
Annual pow-wow draws family, friends
It is spiritual, but not religious. It is traditional, but not exclusive. Full of symbolism and honor, it is sometimes somber, but mostly fun...
Touring Native Oklahoma: 'The Land of ‘Red People’
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
O klahoma is one of the most interesting states in the union for historic Native American tourism, steeped in the rich traditions and diverse cultures of many Native American tribe...
Federal emergency training for tribes pays off in tornado zone
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
You can’t harness a natural disaster, but you can prepare for it...
Suagee: Tribal sovereignty and the green energy revolution:
A t the Sovereignty Symposium in Oklahoma City June 3, the keynote speaker, T. Boone Pickens spoke about the Pickens Plan for meeting America’s energy needs...
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