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National Indian Gaming Commission chairman at UND
The chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission is at the University of North Dakota this week...
15.0: Homer Simpson speaks on firewater
H omer Simpson is my hero. Well, “hero” might be a bit much – but let’s just say that there are certain things that I admire about Homer. Bald-headed or not, I can relate to him...
Powwow patrons feel the beat
Native Americans of various tribes exhibited their culture with drum beats and dance steps on Saturday at the University’s annual Powwow hosted by the Longhorn American Indian Coun...
Discussion of UND nickname not on board’s agenda
The state Board of Higher Education will meet next week at the University of North Dakota, but no discussion of the Fighting Sioux nickname is planned...
Indian Tribe to Develop Enhanced Border-Crossing ID
As officials at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) prepare to brief Congress on border security matters this week, the department has struck an agreement with the Seneca Nat...
SD Tribe Struggles With School Dress Code
Carol Moran spent all she could spare on new school clothes for her 15-year-old daughter...
Mechoopda Tribe-sponsored potluck today kicks off retracing of Nome Cult Trail
Today a group of walkers will be honored with a potluck sendoff before beginning to retrace the path of the forced 1863 relocation of local Indians to Round Valley in the Coast Ran...
Trahant: Back to the future: Public Health hospitals
S eattle-based Amazon.com , the world’s largest online retailer, will move into its new headquarters near Lake Union next year...
Salt Lake City stolen artifacts pose daunting task
Once the legal dust settles from the nation's biggest bust of Southwestern artifact looting, federal officials face another daunting task: deciding what to do with the ancient sand...
Tribe prevails in Michigan air quality fight
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a Wisconsin-based Indian tribe in a 16-year dispute with the state of Michigan over air quality standards...
Could this mean the end of Indian law?
Attorneys who represent Indian tribes say Native American rights can be a tough sell before the federal courts...
Priorities beyond health care
Health care reform is hogging the congressional spotlight these days, but that doesn't mean there aren't other issues South Dakota lawmakers want to tackle...
Tribe hopes for turnaround
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi and its Pine Creek Reservation have been quickly growing back from poverty for 14 years, but on someone else's dime...
Tribal Nations Plaza dedicated to educating public
PRIOR LAKE, Minn...
Chickasaw governor receives NCAIED’s Jay Silverheels Achievement Award
By Gale Courey Toensing
Christmas for babies in the dump
Mary Kim Titla
C hristmas is four months away and as I wonder how American families will celebrate one of the most sacred of Christian holidays in the midst of a still struggling economy, I can’t...
Wind farms + aboriginal rights
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
First Nations in Canada are exercising aboriginal and treaty rights more and more...
Establishing boundaries, protecting citizens
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
A ccording to the National Congress of American Indians, about 40 tribes are affected by the international borders of the United States...
BIA denies Brothertown federal acknowledgment
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The Brothertown Indian Nation is determined to continue its quest for federal acknowledgment despite a BIA preliminary ruling to deny them federal status...
Mashantucket chairman ousted amidst $2.3b debt restructuring
Gale Courey Toensing
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