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Living Life at Dartmouth as a Native
Natives Sue San Francisco Police Dept.
Senator: NFL Should Lose Tax Exemption
BREAKING: Mohegan Tribe Loses Out
10 More Stunning Indigenous Innovations
University Donates Furniture to Home
Patricia Michaels: Project Runway Redux
AMERIND Risk Conference & Trade Fair
Tribes: Push Climate Change Reform Now
Another Reason to Boycott UO?
Alibaba’s $20b Magic Carpet Ride
UFC's No. 3 Fighter Visits Pine Ridge
Six Nations Chiefs Win Mann Cup!
‘Horse Nation’ Documentary Coming Soon
NMAI Profile: Gari Pikyavit Lafferty
Penobscot Chief: Drop the Road Name
Trail of Tears Sign: School Those Fans!
Video: Scientists on Climate Change
Student to Develop Suicide Prevention
Free Passes for G2E Still Available
Thing About Skins
Judge: NYC suit against Mastic smoke shops can proceed
A federal judge ruled Monday that New York City can continue a lawsuit seeking nearly $200 million in back cigarette taxes from eight smoke shops on the Poospatuck Indian Reservati...
Cherokees to present talk on Allotment Era
The Cherokee Nation is offering a special presentation Thursday, to discuss the historical events and related topics surrounding the Allotment Era, according to a media release...
Motorized travel banned in Badger-Two Medicine
Citing the need to protect unspoiled wildlife habitat and lands with cultural significance to the Blackfeet Tribe, the U.S...
Feds reconsider Navajo power line decision
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The U.S...
Verona man's body found in pond
A 44-year-old Verona man was found dead this morning in a pond at his home, the Oneida County sheriff's department said. The death is being treated as suspicious...
Nez Perce still tied to Wallowa County
The Associated Press
First Nation communities take a green step forward
TORONTO – Serpent River First Nation citizens, chief, council and elders were present as George Smitherman, minister of energy and infrastructure, introduced the ministry’s Green E...
Woodlands National bank opens Minneapolis branch
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Woodlands National Bank opened its first Minneapolis location March 2 at 1113 East Franklin Ave...
Tibbs Rodeo Center nearing completion, seeks South Dakota rodeo history
FORT PIERRE, S.D...
Tribal member joins international seminar company
Kelly Zunie was recently certified and licensed to teach five personal development programs for Successful Living Seminars, an international coaching and training company based in ...
One family’s journey
Mary Pember, Today correspondent
I’m mad at you!” my son Danny said one morning. He was perched midway on the stairs from my bedroom to the living room where I sat on the sofa drinking coffee. “Why?” I ask...
Dr. Eric Brody puts his heart into cardiovascular care
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
TUCSON, Ariz. – When you love what you do it shows. Dr. Eric A...
Withdrawing lands from mining
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
Part 2 of 2 Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of a two-part series on hardrock mining in the West...
Eastern Shoshone Tribe receives diabetes care and management grant
WASHINGTON – The Merck Company Foundation has begun funding a tribal effort to reduce diabetes and to address problems associated with it...
Navajo Nation accepts $2.6 million from First Things First
ST. MICHAELS, Ariz. – Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr...
Navajo Gets US $50M for 200-MW Wind Project
Navajo Wind Energy Corp.,formerly Caliber Energy, has received a letter of intent for the investment of US $50 million to finance its 200-megawatt (MW) wind farm project located in...
Painted pony auction
Pine Ridge congregations vote to form new church
Members of nine Pine Ridge Reservation congregations voted March 14 to create the Lakota Oyate Episcopalian Church to oversee their churches that were closed by the Episcopal Dioce...
Fairness and justice are key issues
Jennifer Cooper joins National Indian Health Board
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Health Board announced that Jennifer Cooper joined its staff as legislative director. She started the beginning of March...
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