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Thing About Skins
01/27/09 - Jon Kyl: A Win-Win Water Settlement for Arizona
Water is and always will be our most precious resource in the Southwest. Control of water rights has fueled seemingly endless and intractable disputes among competing interests...
01/27/09 - Mich. casino close to reality after judge’s ruling
An American Indian casino in Allegan County is closer to reality after a federal judge in Washington, D.C., denied a last-ditch attempt to stop the process...
01/27/09 - Senecas confident cigarette biz will continue
Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder Sr...
01/27/09 - Gray Eagle preserves Native American Mas
The band, which comprises eight sections of authentic American and Canadian mas for children and adults, is based at 19 Southern Main Road, Marabella...
01/27/09 - Casino backer quits Middleboro board
His disheveled black hair spilled out from a ground zero baseball cap, and his unshaven face showed the strain from two years of advocating for, defending and protecting a controve...
01/26/09 - High court greenlights suit against Cherokees
Loyman Cossey can pursue his lawsuit against Cherokee Nation Enterprises, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled last week – though it took the nine-member court five opinions to explain...
01/26/09 - Fate of Gun Lake casino near Wayland may be decided by judge's ruling today
Odds are even the Gun Lake casino will be a winning bet today. This morning, U.S. District Judge Richard J...
01/26/09 - Database: Tribe gave $50,000 to swearing-in
President Barack Obama's history-making inauguration celebration came with an estimated $150 million price tag, including security costs. So who helped foot the bill?...
01/26/09 - Recycling efforts under way for tribe
Fort Belknap environmental officials are starting small on a recycling project that could eventually save tribal officials hundreds of dollars a month on waste removal.
01/26/09 - Energy development on reservations still a go
Although crude oil prices have hit five-year lows, a Denver investment firm says it still is interested in spending hundreds of millions of dollars on energy development on two Mon...
01/26/09 - Governor's Seminole pact under attack by unusual alliance
Advocates of a blackjack deal with the Seminole Tribe are running into an old adversary of gambling interests: the Florida House. Despite heavy lobbying from Gov...
01/26/09 - Teacher beating the drum for Lenape Indians
MaryEllen Flynn never imagined she would spend nearly five decades studying the Lenape Indians. "I was a science teacher," Flynn said. "I don't know...
01/26/09 - Federal Judge Rules Against Osage Nation
A federal judge rules against the Osage Nation in a lawsuit seeking to exempt tribal members who live and work in Osage County from state income taxes...
Supreme Court denies anti-casino group’s appeal
Gale Courey Toensing
BRADLEY, Mich. – The U.S...
CITGO’s home heating oil program continues
Gale Courey Toensing
BOSTON – Making good on its promise last fall to continue helping American Indian and other low income communities to keep warm this winter, the Venezuelan government will continue...
Senators urge Obama to fund tribal initiatives
WASHINGTON – Sen...
BIA regional director responds to Hopi crisis
Mary Kim Titla, Today correspondent
Native Americans witness history
WASHINGTON – Thousands of American Indians descended on Capital City to witness the historic inauguration of Barack Hussein Obama as the 44th President of the United States of Amer...
Rob Capriccioso, additional reporting by Randi Rourke
WASHINGTON – Thousands of American Indians descended on Capital City to witness the historic inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States...
Mixing business with pleasure
WASHINGTON – The country may be in the middle of an economic recession, but that didn’t keep thousands of American Indians from bringing out the glitz and glam, while pushing for p...
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