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Moya-Smith: 'Anchor Babies' Demeans Kids
Lloyd Oxendine Walks On
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Cherokee Bull Rider—Anything Is Possible
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Thing About Skins
DUI never safe bet
In the end, it comes down to personal responsibility...
Big bingo payouts at Seminoles celebrate 30 years
Thirty years ago in Hollywood, the Seminole Tribe of Florida started what would become a gambling empire with ... bingo...
Hearing to determine Spurr's fate
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi Tribal Council will hold a hearing to discuss the possible removal of a gaming board official due to his relationships with casino employe...
Hopi council budget shuts down newspaper
The primary newspaper covering Hopi lands, the Hopi Tutuveni, will be closed under a budget passed Monday by the Hopi Tribal Council, according to the paper's editor...
Mohawks void vote to stop pursuing Sullivan casino; will try again
The St. Regis Mohawks, who voted on Nov. 21, not to pursue an off-reservation casino, are now back at the table. On Monday, the tribe announced that a Nov...
Samish, Swinomish both want Huckleberry Island
With sheer cliffs on three sides and a steep hike from its lone beach to a U.S...
Zaniya fitness competition a success
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. – In October, the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte, S.D., introduced a new component to its ongoing wellness programming...
Geraldine teen named Miss Indian Alabama
Paige Dobson, a senior at Geraldine High School, has been named Miss Indian Alabama for 2010, the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission announced today...
Stillaguamish, state reclaim wetland habitat
Near where Pilchuck Creek flows into the Stillaguamish River, the Stillaguamish Indian Tribe and the state are finishing a project to restore an important wetland habitat...
Tribes receive funds to address domestic violence
FORT HALL, Idaho – The U.S...
Sycuan helps children get free dental exams
EL CAJON, Calif. – The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation helped finance critically needed dental examinations for 600 children who come from low income families...
Get a mammogram or don’t get a mammogram?
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
T he only words more devastating than, “You have cancer,” are hearing the words, “You have cancer, and we didn’t find it early enough.” There’s been a lot of talk about cancer scre...
$10 million in grants available to enroll AI/AN kids in health care
WASHINGTON – Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently announced the availability of up to $10 million in grants to help reach American Indian an...
Healing Generations receives ANA grant
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minneapolis American Indian Center received a $149,770 planning grant from the Administration for Native Americans for the Healing Generations project...
Study says Alaska’s obesity rate among worst in US
The Associated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Alaskans are losing the battle of the bulge. A Centers for Disease Control study says Alaska is the most overweight state this side of Texas...
Trahant: A political system where it’s easier to spend than to save or to borrow than tax
T he month of December promises to be full of drama: Will the Senate pass health care reform? Is there enough time to debate the hundreds of expected amendments before Christmas?...
25.0-Resolution: Fear of loved ones flying away
PROBLEM I’m a mama’s boy through and through. Nothing wrong with that, right?...
Editorial: Politicians cave in to interests for a San Francisco Bay shore casino`
THE POLITICAL BATTLE over plans for a Nevada-style casino on the shores of San Francisco Bay demonstrates that our elected leaders cannot be counted on to maintain a consistent pri...
Forcibly adopted American Indians torn between cultures
Even in third grade, Susan Devan Harness knew she didn't belong in the white world. She already was being called "squaw girl" by classmates...
Comanche agency saves sacred birds, way of life
Bill Voelker has spent his life working with eagles and other birds important to his people...
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