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Gonzaga Indian law advisory board meets
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University’s new Indian law program is underway and Feb...
Problem Gambling Awareness Week
Bobby L. Barrett
When a person inquires about the difference between commercial and tribal government gaming, I have a simple explanation. Commercial casinos are about the present...
Stephanie Hammitt named chief financial officer
CLOQUET, Minn. – Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College named Stephanie Hammitt as chief financial officer...
Supreme Court refusal in eagle case may criminalize religious practices
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The U.S...
Rare Yakama language now taught at U of O
Shelby Martin, The (Eugene) Register-Guard
EUGENE, Ore. – When his foreign language instructor says something, University of Oregon freshman Carson Viles knows it’s important to pay attention...
Montana State University Native American Studies setting standard
American Indian College Fund announces 2008-09 fellows
DENVER – The American Indian College Fund named academic year 2008-09 fellows Carmelita Lamb and Michael D. Tosee under The Andrew W. Mellon Career Enhancement Program...
Tribal council selects ASU project for use in schools
Corey Schubert, Special to Today
Question of citizenship
In the summer of 1983, Ron Graham became what he calls "a documents person." The Okmulgee resident wanted to apply for citizenship in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation...
Geronimo fight turns into family feud
A second Mescalero family, also claiming to be descendants of the legendary Geronimo, plans to oppose an attempt to repatriate the Apache warrior's remains to New Mexico...
Obama proposes first federal budget
President Barack Obama proposed his first federal budget on Thursday, promising increases for Indian education, law enforcement and health care...
Native American youth twice as likely to take their own lives
“I came to the realization that suicide is a national problem...
Navajo crafts try to mix traditions and modern technology
Navajo Indians face a difficulty in producing goods for white tourists in a society that still views them as primitive and uncivilized, a visiting lecturer said Thursday...
Big Cypress Shootout & Seminole War Reenactment
Seminole Tribe of Florida will present a reenactment of the Second Seminole War at the Big Cypress Shootout at Billie Swamp Safari located between Fort Lauderdale and Naples, on th...
Potawatomi visit DeKalb business leaders
Four members of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation were in DeKalb County earlier this week to meet with business leaders and historical societies...
Cardiovascular disease and diabetes targeted by five-year IHS grants
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
County, Tulalip Tribes in building permit dispute
Tulalip tribal leaders have for years been offering building permits to non-Indians who live on private land within the Tulalip Indian Reservation -- permits that county leaders sa...
Salazar appears before SCIA
WASHINGTON - New Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar appeared before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Feb...
Ontario First Nations want power opportunities
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
AAMJIWNAANG – A determination that there will be aboriginal participation in the planned expansion of Ontario’s power system was the clear message from a series of energy forums ac...
Supreme Court upends tribal and federal understandings of IRA
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has ruled in Carcieri v...
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