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Choctaw Dad Thwarted in Custody Battle
Brutal Murder by Teens of Two Navajo Men
Buffalo Hide Parfleches Still Being Made
10 Things You Need to Know About Navajos
Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge
How Veterans Are Treated by the VBA
Wounded Man Goes From Hospital to Jail
Wes Studi: Worst. Babysitter. Ever.
$5 Million to Research Tribal Health
Team Haudenosaunee U16 Wins Gold
SCIA Hearing: Gaming's Next 25 Years
NCAI to Lead Native American Task Force
NIGC Reports Growth in 2013 Gaming Rev.
Mark Macarro Elected to Tenth Term
Washington Wildfires Create Moonscape
Obesity: Small Changes, Big Differences
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Buffy Sainte-Marie Wisdom in '70s Poster
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Tribal Police Welcome New Graduates
Thing About Skins
12/11/08 - La. Choctaw-Apache Tribe growing
The Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb can trace its beginnings to 13 families that in the early 1700s settled on the east side of the Sabine River...
‘Spiritual genocide’ at Mt. Tenabo
Letter to the Editor
T he people of the Western Shoshone Nation have consistently and defiantly battled to protect their territory from corporate and federal intrusion...
Job Vacancy Announcement- Jeehdeeza Academy Inc.- 12/10/08
Title: Job Vacancy Announcement Location: Pinon, Arizona Company: Jeehdeeza Academy Inc. P.O...
12/10/08 - Native son: Okla. QB Bradford brings pride to Cherokees
Sam Bradford's a genuine star now. Saturday, the Oklahoma quarterback will join college football's glitterati in New York for the televised presentation of the Heisman Trophy...
12/10/08 - Prior Lake's new arena: Slippery ice
You aren't invited; it's only for selected guests...
12/10/08 - Lawmaker wants review of Indian Gaming
Florida House Speaker Ray Sansom is creating a new committee to review the state's gambling compact with the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Rep...
12/10/08 - Kaweah 'Grand Chief' Faces Fraud Sentencing Friday
The leader of a group that claims to be an American Indian tribe could face years in prison for defrauding immigrants by telling them membership conferred U.S. citizenship.
12/10/08 - Tribes seek improved relationship with state
The 124th Legislature’s two tribal representatives will come to Augusta in January with complex and far-reaching agendas, despite tribal-state relations that some say have plummete...
12/10/08 - Navajo Nation in danger of losing $3.5 million
The Navajo Nation may lose as much as $3.5 million in loans this week as two banks prepare to collect...
12/10/08 - Judge denies NY tribe's request to sell cigarettes
A request by the Cayuga Indian Nation to resume selling tax-free cigarettes has been rejected by a state judge...
Conference looks at student development
Jack McNeel, Today Correspondent
Moscow, Idaho – Native instructors, persons working in student affairs and Native students gathered on the University of Idaho campus for a two-day “American Indian Student Develop...
Cherokee Nation Businesses develops new waste management company
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
As a young fledgling worker, I remember my first mentor. She was my supervisor. I learned a lot from her, and I felt that she truly believed in me...
Native American Chamber Of Commerce partners with corporations
Maria Scandale, Today correspondent
12/09/08 - Tribes protest proposed Ariz. coal mine on ancestral lands
Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe representatives on Monday pressed the federal Office of Surface Mining not to grant a permit to Peabody Energy for its proposed Black Mesa coal mine in...
12/09/08 - Tribes explore wind farm possibilities
With wind plentiful on the southern plains, some Oklahoma tribes are exploring the wide-open options of wind farming...
12/09/08 - Osage Nation celebrating Harvard honor award
The Osage Nation is hosting a reception to celebrate their accomplishment of Award of High Honors from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University...
Native home-loan guarantee program is one bright spot in bleak market
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Despite the current home financing meltdown and “For Sale” signs sprouting everywhere, one housing sector – a Native-only program – seems to be hale and hearty, at least i...
12/09/08 - Flintco forms Native American division
An Oklahoma-based construction company has created a new division to better work with the nation’s many American Indian tribes...
12/09/08 - Senecas express concern over taxes
Seneca Nation leaders expressed frustration Monday that officials in Albany are looking at uncollected Indian cigarette taxes as a way to help ease the state’s budget crunch...
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