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Football Invented When Indian Wars Waned
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Symposium to Bring Native Scholars
Yocha Dehe Citizens Elect Officials
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Navajos Mark 30th Anniversary of Uranium Spill
The leader of the Navajo Nation marked the 30th anniversary of a massive uranium tailings spill by reaffirming the tribe’s ban on future uranium mining...
Auction Artifacts believed stolen
Agents from Puyallup Tribe of Indians tribal police and the Bureau of Indian Affairs seized scores of artifacts Thursday afternoon from a Tacoma antiques dealer who had intended to...
Tulalips ask police chief to resign
Tulalip tribal leaders asked the tribal police chief to leave his post last week. Scott Smith, the tribal police chief since early 2008, stepped down on Friday...
Blackfeet, Glacier County to sign cross-deputization pact
Glacier County and Blackfeet tribal leaders on Thursday agreed to meet Monday to sign a cooperative law enforcement agreement that is informally in place...
Trahant: Serendipity and a correction
T his is a story about how one thing leads to another – or the reason I am writing about health care reform for the next year or so...
Montreal’s First Peoples’ Festival features multi-disciplinary arts, culture and fun
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTREAL – Indigenous films and videos; paintings, sculptures, baskets and pottery; demonstrations of stone cutting, totem making and other traditional artisan skills; workshops, l...
Classes aim to preserve urban Indians’ heritage
Heather Clark, Associated Press Writer
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – When Brittany Arviso was old enough to take part in a Navajo coming-of-age ceremony, her family grappled with the preparations...
Colorado Rockies to get new spring-training park near Scottsdale
The Colorado Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks baseball teams are moving their spring training to the Salt River-Pima Maricopa Indian Reservation east of Scottsdale, Ariz...
109 and going strong
She wasn't too talkative — at 109 years old, speaking can be difficult — but when the Creek hymns began, she found her voice...
Puyallup tribal artifact auction under controversy
Some historical Puyallup Tribe mementos go on the auction block in Tacoma Monday, but the granddaughter of a former tribal leader wants it stopped...
Appellate Rulings Highlight Growth in 'Thorny' Indian Law Issues
Neither Mohawk Indian governmental nor sovereignty rights are violated by the application of a provision of New York's "scaffold law" to injuries a worker suffered during a fall wh...
Little Shell recognition bid seeks Congressional help
Obama administration officials say a decision on whether to recognize the Little Shell Tribe is imminent. But after 31 years of waiting, tribal leaders want Congress to step in...
Crow Rancher Sues Feds Over Buffalo Herd
Bureau of Indian Affairs agents rounded up 175 bison belonging to a Crow rancher and impounded them until she paid more than $16,000 to get them back, the rancher claims in Federal...
Casino board may be changed
Officials on Wednesday canceled the first meeting of the FireKeepers Casino Local Revenue Sharing Board because the state contract that established the board may be changed...
The Mill pays half price for liquor
Question: The Mill Casino-Hotel used to purchase liquor from the North Bend Liquor Store...
Murder, robbery charges filed against suspect
Murder, burglary and other charges were filed today against a parolee accused of shooting another man to death in his home on the Soboba Indian Reservation last weekend...
Report: Alaska program for fed contracts does little for Natives
A program allowing Alaska Native corporations to win no-bid federal contracts gave $21 billion in government work since 2000 for the top 19 firms but only modest benefits for Alask...
Large project to expand Coeur d’Alene Casino
Jack McNeel, Today Correspondent
WORLEY, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe recently announced the seventh and largest expansion of its casino/hotel complex...
Lummi Indian Nation honored in town’s centennial
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash...
1680 PR opens US headquarters in Albuquerque
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
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