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Thing About Skins
16th Annual Spirit of Wovoka Days Powwow here this weekend
Mason Valley/Yerington will once again be host to the 16th Annual Spirit of Wovoka Days Powwow, this weekend Aug. 22-24 at the Pat Peeples Softball...
Alaska tribe drops gambling appeal
The chairman of the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association says an Alaska tribe's decision to drop an appeal could be good news for casinos in the Sooner State.
Thunder Heart Tribe will host pow-wow in York
The Iroquois Thunder Heart Tribe will hold a pow-wow at Noonan Park in York Aug. 30 to Sept. 1. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m...
Hampton Hotels and Suquamish Tribe Pay Tribute to Legendary Tribal Leader Chief Seattle
Chief Seattle, the legendary namesake of Seattle, Wash., was celebrated with the refurbishment of Old Man House Park, the site of the honored chief's original birthplace and home...
Tribes urged to unite for power
There was a common theme running through the various panels at the quarterly meeting of the United Indian Nations of Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas on Thursday: Unite.
Nez Perce Tribe opts out of salmon talks
The Nez Perce Tribe has withdrawn from settlement negotiations over the federal government's plan to reconcile hydroelectric dam operations with efforts to restore imperiled salmon...
Frank: Will the rivers run dry?
Billy Frank Jr. / Guest columnist
What would it matter if we clean up Puget Sound if the rivers feeding it run dry?...
Message to Canada: Loosen the grip or else
Justice is prepared to go to court TORONTO - Independence is key, according to the head of a ;'truth-telling'' commission with a five-year mandate to raise awareness of what happen...
Questions need answers
Tribe looks for answers in the shooting of a Cree man TORONTO - Leaders of the Island Lake Tribal Council in Manitoba have hired a private investigator and a high-profile lawyer to...
NAGPRA officials defend program management
Tribes confused by national agency actions; GAO study requested WASHINGTON - A new report finds several problems with the management of the Native American Graves Protection and Re...
Energized and hopeful for Sen. Barack Obama As a Native woman, it is tough not to feel distrustful of and cynical toward most politicians...
Jack McNeel / Indian Country Today
New Amphitheater at Two Rivers Casino MILES, Wash...
Researching violence, recovering responsibility
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
Recently, the U.S. attorney general appointed members to the Violence Against Women in Indian Country Task Force...
Indigenous languages added to new Ecuadorian constitution
Rick Kearns / Indian Country Today
QUITO, Ecuador - Ecuador could soon become the fourth country in the Western Hemisphere to have indigenous languages included in the list of the nation;s official languages...
Washington in brief
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
Oglala Sioux Tribe and South Dakota come together on commercial code It is common knowledge, off-reservation, that the key to economic development is credit...
Response: More on ;lies and damn lies'
Rich Braunstein and William Anderson
Rich Braunstein and William Anderson On July 28, distinguished professors Carole Goldberg and Kevin Washburn wrote an opinion piece in Indian Country Today [Vol. 28, Iss...
Chief grandma tells it how it is
Reflections on 13 indigenous grandmothers; visit to Rome GRANTS PASS, Ore...
Act now on ESA changes
Letter to the Editor
Do you want to fish for salmon, steelhead or carp?...
Canyon Flood Damaged 'Most Beautiful Place'
It may be four weeks until tourists can return to stare as towering waterfalls cascade into blue-green pools near an American Indian village in a canyon miles west of Grand Canyon ...
Penobscot River project plans progress report
Partners in an ambitious project aimed at opening 500 miles of river habitat to salmon and other sea-run fish plan to announce major milestones.
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