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Cherokee museum plans expansion
The Museum of the Cherokee Indian is well on its way to raising enough money for an expansion in the North Carolina mountains...
Crow chairman visits Obama in Oval Office
Susan Olp, Of The Gazette
WASHINGTON – Cedric Black Eagle, chairman of the Crow Nation, knew he’d be in Washington, D.C., last month to discuss energy policy with officials and politicians...
From bingo hall to Hollywood: An up and coming Native writer
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
J ust over a year ago, Steve Judd, Kiowa/Choctaw, was working at a Bingo Hall in Goldsby, Okla.; today, he is working as a writer in Hollywood...
Rekindle your spirit at Native-themed spas
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Regardless of cultural background, people from all walks of life enjoy being pampered...
Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia denied VCI support for state recognition
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Reviving a fishing tradition
Sanra Ritten, Today correspondent
S urrounded by precipitous cliffs on the shores of the Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada a Native family on the First Nations Chippewas of Nawash reservation is sustained by fish fro...
KwaTaqNuk resort gets new tour boat
Vince Devlin, Missoulian
Prairie Island Police Department implements cutting edge communications systems
WELCH, Minn. – The Prairie Island Indian Community’s Public Safety Department unveiled and implemented its enhanced mobile data computer and record management system June 10...
4.0: In the family way
I ’ve always considered myself lucky to have so many adopted Skin uncles and grandpas. “Indian way,” they say...
Peoria powwow welcomes members of several tribes
Members of several American Indian tribes celebrated their heritage at the 12th annual Peoria Tribe Powwow east of Miami...
Court decision raises questions about tribal land
If federal lawmakers don't clarify questions raised by a recent U.S...
Tribe uses native plants in spa products
Creosote bush, the fragrant, yellow-blossoming bush that covers Valley mountainsides, is a key ingredient in a new line of spa products developed by the Gila River Indian Community...
Cherokee museum expanding
The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will go digital — among other changes — as it tries to expand research and outreach opportunities...
A Home Away From Home
Native American biochemist R. Michael Ceballos was full of optimism when he joined the faculty at Salish Kootenai College on Montana's Flathead Indian Reservation in 2004...
Indian Child Welfare Act: Children, hope, future
The 2008-09 Grand Jury reviewed the operation and enforcement within Mendocino County of the Indian Child Welfare Act...
Coquille Tribe celebrates restoration anniversary
The Coquille Indian Tribe celebrated the 20th anniversary of its restoration this weekend...
Tribes fight oil pipeline in northern Minnesota
Saying the environmental damage to their native brothers' land in Canada is too great, tribal dissidents on two Minnesota Indian reservations are battling a major new oil pipeline ...
Healthy living in northwest Indian country
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
Agreement will speed determination of food, Medicaid eligibility KINGSTON, Wash...
We are indigenous first
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
T he award-winning indigenous photographer and documentary filmmaker from Venezuela, David Hernandez-Palmar, visited Washington, D.C...
Indian tacos are rich in fat, history
Natalie Mikles, Tulsa World
TULSA, Okla. (AP) – Frybread was born of necessity. Indian tacos were born of something else entirely – a love for chili, beans and lots of cheese...
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