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1/30/09
Amid a tense relationship with the university’s president, members of the Haskell Indian Nations University’s Board of Regents are scheduled to meet next week with Bureau of Indian...
1/30/09
The Mohegan Tribe — and, by extension, the state — continues to reap less money from gambling as consumers hurt and scared by the recession spend less on slot machines and table ga...
1/30/09
Before the state of Oregon celebrates its 150th birthday in February, more deeply rooted cultures will celebrate, adding a more seasoned, farther-reaching historical dimension to t...
1/30/09
Uniquely Auburn, a community-sponsored celebration of cultural diversity recognizing people, places, and events that make the city unique, came to life at the Performing Arts Cente...
1/30/09
Until contracts and mutual aid agreements are signed, a spokesman for American Medical Response says an ambulance will be stationed in Tularosa during peak hours to reduce response...
1/30/09
This new year will bring significant changes to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians...
1/30/09
The Tohono O'odham Nation plans to build the state's largest casino-resort on unincorporated land close to the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale...
Rob Capriccioso
1/30/09
WASHINGTON – Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., announced Jan...
Rob Capriccioso
1/30/09
WASHINGTON – News that President Barack Obama is close to selecting Larry EchoHawk as assistant secretary of Indian affairs is receiving mixed reactions from tribal officials and t...
Ashutosh Bhardwaj, Special to Today
1/30/09
HELENA, Mont...
Letter to the Editor
1/30/09
In my previous life before becoming a history instructor at a junior college, I spent almost 20 years working in government and politics. I worked in the U.S...
Mary Kim Titla, Today correspondent
1/30/09
I t’s been days since I witnessed and soaked in the historic inauguration of our first black president, yet the amazing images I experienced with a mere 1.8 million people on Jan...
Letter to the Editor
1/30/09
Indian Country Today is to be commended for covering the latest news in Indian country concerning the taxation of cigarettes...
Letter to the Editor
1/30/09
I was disappointed that President Barack Obama mentioned so little about the plight of the First Americans (while the world was watching) in his inaugural speech on Jan. 20...
Gale Courey Toensing
1/30/09
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A New York judge has extended a ban against a cigarette tax bill aimed at forcing reservation smoke shops to collect taxes for the state. At a hearing Jan...
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
1/30/09
T he Klamath River basin has been the scene of an upstream and sometimes uphill battle that has resulted recently in an apparent victory for tribes, agriculture and commercial fish...
Rob Schmidt, Today correspondent
1/30/09
LOS ANGELES – For the third year in a row, the Creative Spirit Script-to-Screen competition produced two polished films in a frantic week of shooting and editing. On Oct...
Letter to the Editor
1/30/09
So, when will one of our own kind run for Commander-in-Chief?...
Letter to the Editor
1/30/09
T he news of an inclusion of nearly $3 billion for American Indian tribes as part of the economic stimulus bill has spread quickly through Indian country, prompting some optimism, ...
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
1/30/09
TORONTO – “The word civilization – when used to denigrate peoples classed as ‘savage’ by colonizers – has an explosive power,” author Charles Mann wrote in “1491, New Revelations o...

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