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Colusa Casino lays off 42
The recession has touched the Colusa Casino Resort and forced it to lay off 42 employees in the past week, casino management has confirmed...
Tribe posts reward for information on stabbing
With this year's powwow only weeks away, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council leaders hope to clear up an issue that clouded last year's celebration...
Native American photographer captures tourist kitsch
Tom Jones, an assistant professor of photography at the University of Wisconsin and a member of the Ho-Chunk Indian tribe, has created a series of photographic essays titled Native...
City, tribal police target illegal fireworks
Captain Mike Miller of Tacoma Police Department (TPD) is gearing up for a local summer tradition – enforcing the city’s fireworks ban...
23 People Are Arrested or Sought in the Looting of Indian Artifacts
Twenty-three people have been arrested, or warrants for their arrest issued, as the result of a two-year undercover investigation into the excavation, sale and purchase of looted N...
Plans on hold for Nisqually-Mashel state park
The effort to develop the Nisqually-Mashel state park has been delayed by the budget cuts facing Washington State Parks...
Mother Earth Journal
Environmental journalist, reporting climate change disruptions, extreme weather events, impacts of the environment on human health, and Indigenous environmental issues.
Choctaw Nation has pact for track
The Choctaw Nation has entered into a contract to sell the Blue Ribbon Downs racino...
Tribes, police join to fight reservation crime
The two law officers meeting over breakfast at the Lake of the Torches Casino had not gone there looking for trouble, but they found it when they walked out into the sunshine and s...
Artifacts on the reservation
Rick St. Germaine, Today correspondent
HAYWARD, Wis. – Jerry Smith walked among the huge piles of dirt mounds, supervising workers with shovels as a tribal elder approached him with a complaint about his work...
Native Americans supported in college efforts
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
NEVADA CITY, Calif...
International Solidarity Protests Against Peruvian Forest Laws
Thousands of demonstrators on two continents have joined the struggle to defend the rights of indigenous peoples in Peru, who have been staging road and pipeline blockades for more...
Scottsdale backing tribe’s spring training bid
The Associated Press
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Scottsdale officials are supporting an American Indian tribe’s bid to build a spring-training complex for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies...
Cherokees-Alcohol – N.C. tribe votes to allow casino alcohol sales
The Associated Press
Treasure Island receives ‘sexiest casino’ recognition
RED WING, Minn. – Native American Casino Magazine has placed Treasure Island Resort & Casino third in its choices for top 10 sexiest casinos...
Judge Wanger issues injunction against federal Delta Smelt Plan
Dan Bacher, Special to Today
FRESNO, Calif. – On May 29, U.S. District Judge Oliver W. Wanger granted a preliminary injunction requested by San Joaquin Valley agribusiness against the U.S...
Coulter: Horrific story told again in Peru
Robert T. Coulter
T he horrific killings of Indians – some report as many as 100 – by the Peruvian government has been carried out as President Alan Garcia thunders his determination to seize the la...
Thomas ‘Bearhead’ Swaney
ST. IGNATIUS, Mont. – Bearhead was born in St. Ignatius, Mont. April 16, 1931 to Mary Catherine McDonald and James Swaney and was the youngest of seven children...
Indian Arts Market launches online shopping site
C ollectors of American Indian jewelry, pottery and handcrafts have a new online shopping option at the Indian Arts Market ...
National Geographic All Roads Film Project forms partnerships for American Indian Summer Institute
WASHINGTON – The National Geographic All Roads Film Project, Native Media and Technology Network , Indigenous Language Institute, Fox Entertainment Group, Naninaaq Productions and ...
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