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NMAI Profile: Ponka-We Victors
Environmentalists: Congress' Enemy #1
National Center, DOE Sign MOU
Gaming Vendors Target Social Media
Who Discovered Whom?
5 Pow Wows Before Thanksgiving
Pokagon Launches New Health Center
Video: Elder Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’
Rosebud Leader Speaks on Keystone
Ho-Chunk Gaming Enters Sponsorship
Grey Cloud: Native Who Sang for Senate
Navajo Presidential Election In 2015 Now
10 Ways I'm Nativer Than You
San Manuel Joins Morongo, Card Clubs and
Declaring War on the Keystone Pipeline
Thing About Skins
Professor Julianne Jennings wins Extraordinary Woman Award
Suagee: Tribal sovereignty and the green energy revolution
A green energy revolution is beginning to happen in America...
$35.3 million ready to be spent
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Some $31.4 million in federal stimulus money will be invested in water improvement projects in Alaska and Washington state Indian country...
H1N1 in Indian country
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
T he much talked about Influenza A/H1N1 virus, a never-before-seen, rapidly spreading swine flu strain has so far spared all but one tribal community...
Building tribal capacity to manage wildlife resources
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
D espite being in the middle of troubled economic times, millions of federal dollars have been made available to help wildlife and habitat...
Navajo-Hopi land dispute ended
With the stroke of a pen Friday, President Barack Obama officially ended more than four decades of angst and anger caused by a land dispute between the Navajo and Hopi tribes...
Indians still await formal apology
Twenty-one years ago, Congress apologized to Japanese Americans for interning them during World War II...
James out as Cabazon tribal chair
John A. James has been voted out of power by the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians...
Clinton city receives $30,700 grant
During the Clinton City Board of Education meeting, Tuesday, members approved the allotment of $30,700 from an Indian Education grant to support the initiatives and activities of t...
$2 million for better water quality
American Indian tribes in Western Washington will spend $2 million in federal grant money for various projects designed to restore water quality to health in the Puget Sound region...
Pow wow showcases native music, dance
Native Americans from all over the U.S...
Bradford connects with tribe
Native Americans in our state are proud of Sam Bradford. But do they know who Sherman Alexie is?...
Dems ask DoJ to probe treatment of Indian freedmen
Ben Evans, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON – A small group of powerful House Democrats has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether American Indian tribes are engaging in modern-day racial segregation ...
Galanda and Robenalt: Holding big insurance captive
Gabriel S. Galanda and James L. Robenalt
L et’s pause to consider a few lessons for Indian country from the global economic crisis...
Native law group tackles eagle feather controversy
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Native American Apology Resolution legislation re-introduced
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The Native American Apology Resolution is back. Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback re-introduced the proposed legislation April 30...
Native Americans urge action at Neihardt Conference
Money and power drive states’ interest in Carcieri ‘fix’
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Seventeen attorneys general, seeking property taxes and more state power over sovereign Indian lands, have written to the ranking members of the Senate Committee on In...
NCAI honors Native high school student’s successes
WASHINGTON – The National Congress of American Indians has awarded Mescalero Apache Tribe freshman students Caleigh Palmer, Tristine Chico and M’Linn Hanks first place in the Triba...
Pueblo of Isleta’s economic development efforts paying off
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
L ike many tribal entities, especially those in the state of New Mexico, gaming put the Pueblo of Isleta on the economic development track...
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