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Cherokee museum expanding
The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will go digital — among other changes — as it tries to expand research and outreach opportunities...
A Home Away From Home
Native American biochemist R. Michael Ceballos was full of optimism when he joined the faculty at Salish Kootenai College on Montana's Flathead Indian Reservation in 2004...
Indian Child Welfare Act: Children, hope, future
The 2008-09 Grand Jury reviewed the operation and enforcement within Mendocino County of the Indian Child Welfare Act...
Coquille Tribe celebrates restoration anniversary
The Coquille Indian Tribe celebrated the 20th anniversary of its restoration this weekend...
Tribes fight oil pipeline in northern Minnesota
Saying the environmental damage to their native brothers' land in Canada is too great, tribal dissidents on two Minnesota Indian reservations are battling a major new oil pipeline ...
Healthy living in northwest Indian country
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
Agreement will speed determination of food, Medicaid eligibility KINGSTON, Wash...
We are indigenous first
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
T he award-winning indigenous photographer and documentary filmmaker from Venezuela, David Hernandez-Palmar, visited Washington, D.C...
Indian tacos are rich in fat, history
Natalie Mikles, Tulsa World
TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Frybread was born of necessity. Indian tacos were born of something else entirely – a love for chili, beans and lots of cheese...
Culture and natural resources unite on Umatilla Reservation
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
A conversation with Grammy-winning musician Bill Miller
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
B ill Miller, a northern Wisconsin Mohican, is a Grammy award-winning musician, performer, songwriter and painter...
Prescription drug abuse in Indian country
WASHINGTON – Tribal communities facing an increase in prescription drug abuse are being offered a two-day training program by Lamar Associates...
AIANTA takes TAT to Germany
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
NEW TOWN, N.D. – From a remote corner of North Dakota to the largest trade fair in the world, the Three Affiliated Tribes are revamping their tourism promotion...
Poarch Creek holds historic election
POARCH, Ala. – A swearing in ceremony was held during the Poarch Creek Tribal Council meeting June 16 for the council candidates who were elected into office June 6. Stephanie A...
American Indians and the Slow Food Movement
Sanra Ritten, Today correspondent
P ale blue Araucana chicken eggs in Chile, 500-year-old raisin varieties in Afghanistan and Wenchi volcanic honey in Ethiopia, are just a few examples of the indigenous and artisan...
Summer festival brings Hopi people to Flagstaff
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Summer is the time of ceremonial dances, growing corn and monsoon rains to the Hopi people...
“Abalone Tales,” by Les W. Field
Victor Morales, Today Correspondent
I n his quest to know the significance of abalone in the lives of coastal California Indians, anthropologist Les W...
Putting out the call
Southern Utah Indian tribe plants donated trees
The Associated Press
CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) – A California foundation has donated dozens of fruit trees to two southern Utah bands of the Paiute Tribe...
William & Mary mascot ideas include an asparagus
The Associated Press
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) – The College of William & Mary in Virginia is looking for a mascot and ideas have ranged from a feathered horse to an asparagus stalk...
Sacagawea honored at statue in Virginia
The Associated Press
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