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Mt. Rushmore continues to become more Native friendly
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL, S.D...
Leaders share concerns with education secretary
WASHINGTON – Leaders with the National Indian Education Association met March 27 with Arne Duncan, the new secretary of education...
Letter to the Editor
There is much current discussion of decolonization among contemporary indigenous scholars and tribal members...
Minthorn: Indian country should push for Adam Walsh Act amendment
The Adam Walsh Act needs to be amended – now. The act was designed to make sex offender registration uniform across the United States...
American Indian recognition bill might die
An effort to simplify the recognition requirements for American Indian tribes in Maryland appears out of steam this year...
Kent: Racism rears its head, again, in South Dakota
I f it seems we’ve walked down South Dakota’s road of racial unrest before, it’s because we have...
Natives play big role at International Ecotourism Conference
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – First Nations and its culture played a prominent role in the Ecotourism & Sustainable Tourism Conference , which was held for the first time in Ca...
Colorado legislators honor Ute tribes during Denver March Powwow
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Colorado honored the state’s oldest continuous inhabitants in a proclamation read before both houses of the legislature and at an annual meeting of Ute leaders, who pledge...
Nation’s first Native American female judge dies
The Associated Press
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NIGA honors Fort McDowell Yavapai leader
Gale Courey Toensing
PHOENIX – Not many contemporary tribal leaders can say they stood their ground against the FBI and federal marshals and won. Clinton Pattea can...
Navajo judiciary, Crownpoint celebrate 50 years
Dozens of people packed into the Crownpoint judicial and public safety complex to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Navajo Nation’s judicial branch and police department at the 20...
Budget crunch hitting tribe
Veteran Fire Chief Maxwell “Chick” Barnes became the latest casualty of a deepening financial crisis on the Passamaquoddy reservation when he was laid off Tuesday...
Billy Frank Jr.
For years, Skagit County has been a battleground between fishermen and farmers...
Alumni association calls for nominations
The Northeastern State University American Indian Alumni Association is seeking nominations for its 2009 Distinguished Native American Alumni Award...
Casino GM resigns amid dispute over payouts
Amid questions over whether the Yakama Nation can legally distribute any more money to tribal members from its Legends Casino, general manager Michael Hoptowit resigned...
Details released for Lakes casino proposed for Sumner County
Lakes Entertainment said Thursday that it plans a $265 million initial investment for its Sumner County casino...
United we stand – support for United Nations Indigenous Rights Declaration a watershed moment for Australia
This morning’s formal support from the Australian Government for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is likely to go down in history as a watershed m...
Hoh Tribe officials tell feds they need new land
Hoh tribal officials have told a U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., that they face constant threats from floods and the Hoh River...
The truth about Rapid City, S.D.
Letter to the Editor
Editor’s note: The following is in response to the editorial, “Five youth should not frame race debate,” which appeared March 29 at RapidCityJournal.com...
American Indian Council Powwow is April 10 and 11 in Bozeman
The annual Montana State University American Indian Council Powwow is April 10 and 11 at MSU's Brick Breeden Fieldhouse...
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