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Garcia to visit Fort Berthold
The president of the largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization in the country will visit the Fort Berthold Reservation today and Saturday...
Laverdure named Indian Affairs deputy assistant secretary
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk named Donald “Del” Laverdure to the post of deputy assistant secretary of Indian Affairs effective July 29...
Meeting won’t fix Micmac election mess
Gale Courey Toensing
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – For the second time in four months, the unelected chief and council of the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians have rejected a petition from tribal citizens seek...
Gardeners fight diabetes with homegrown foods
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
FORT YATES, N.D...
CDC promotes traditional foods as diabetes safeguard
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
ATLANTA, Ga. – “This project is a perfect coming together of traditional and Western science,” said U.S...
Tribe looks to build port for Yukon ore
The Chilkoot Indian Association had to go to the Pentagon to pitch its case, but it may yet get its old village site back from the U.S. Army...
Commentary: Standing his ground at Mount Rushmore
When Greenpeace invaded the hallowed grounds of Mount Rushmore, many of the locals started looking for a scapegoat...
Burial site halts plans for Mariamante land in Gill
The town's efforts to redevelop the former Mariamante Academy land on Main Road have hit a snag...
Region cashing in on newest casino
The FireKeepers Casino took its first bets Wednesday, but Lansing-area residents were cashing in long before then...
Thunder Valley Casino names three top execs
Thunder Valley Casino, coping with the recession while carrying out a major expansion, has completed a reorganization of upper management that started in February...
Mescalero student attends health care program
A Mescalero High School student was one of 60 teenagers nationwide to participate in the 12th Annual Patty Iron Cloud National Native American Youth Initiative (NNAYI) program...
Retired police chief Goss back to lead Tulalip force
The man who retired two years ago from his post as chief at the Tulalip Tribes Police Department has been rehired...
$536 million Everglades restoration plan up for debate in Palm Beach County court today
Closing arguments are set for this afternoon in a high-stakes legal challenge to Gov. Charlie Crist's proposed $536 million land deal with U.S. Sugar Corp...
Oregon to open Iwetemlaykin park in October
Iwetemlaykin (pronounced ee weh TEMM lye kinn) State Heritage Site on Wallowa Lake in northeast Oregon will open in October with a public dedication...
Tribal Health breaks ground on $5.2 million project
Tiffany Revelle, Lake County Record Bee, Lakeport, Calif.
(MCT) –The Lake County Tribal Health Consortium held a groundbreaking ceremony July 16 to mark the beginning of construction on a new wing that will more than double the clinic’s c...
Area tribe to share culture at Powwow
For four days the Meskwaki Nation, also known as the Sac and Fox Tribe, will share their culture and heritage with visitors during the 95th Annual Meskwaki Indian Powwow...
Lewis and Clark reenactors racing Chinook Indian canoe in Missouri River 340
More than 200 people lined up Tuesday morning at the boat ramp where the Missouri River flows past Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kan...
Bellingham port, Lummis approve waterfront planning deal
The Lummi Indian Business Council and Port of Bellingham Commission on Tuesday, Aug...
Bob Barker, PETA protest treatment of Cherokee bears
Former game-show host Bob Barker, known far and wide for uttering the line "C'mon down" to contestants on The Price is Right, says that's exactly what tourists won't be doing in We...
Creek Nation seeks aid on trusts
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is gearing up for a fight against Tulsa city and county government over tribal trust land issues, and is asking for help from more than 500 tribes aroun...
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