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Seminole Tribe likely to punt compact back to lawmakers
A contingent from the Seminole Tribe was in Tallahassee Monday -- part of a two-week sprint to get a deal done before the Legislature-mandated Aug...
Big hotel and casino project rising fast
The $200 million Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino development is rising rapidly from the desert, just a hop west across the I-10 freeway from Chandler...
Jim Thorpe documentary to be released this fall
He was regarded by many - from Sports Writers and Broadcasters of America to the King of Sweden - as one of the most prominent athletes of all-time...
Protecting Native American Heritage and Resources
In 1990, while I was a member of the U.S...
‘Pandemic Flu Home Care’
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
A recent survey in an infectious disease journal found that 76 percent of American adults worry about becoming ill if they have to stay home and take care of the sick during a seve...
First Nations wind farming economy
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
A handful of First Nations in Canada are looking to go greener than ever, and in more ways than one...
Ginny Carney named Leech Lake Tribal College president
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
L eech Lake Tribal College in north central Minnesota has a new president, and she is dedicated to helping the college grow, prosper and continue to provide an accessible, affordab...
Tribal Environment Division employee receives national recognition
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – Solid Waste Disposal employee Russell D...
First Nations women unite with farmers, cottagers to fight dump; defend water
ELMVALE, ONTARIO – On May 8, a group of women from Beausoleil First Nation set up a protest camp opposite Site 41, a dump being constructed near Midland, in Simcoe County...
Keres Consulting awarded $3.5 million Department of Defense contract
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Keres Consulting, Inc. recently announced it was awarded a $3.5 million contract by the U.S...
Cochiti dam changes pueblo way of life
By Staci Matlock, The Santa Fe New Mexican
COCHITI PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) – Cochiti Pueblo Gov. Floyd Pecos, Lt. Gov...
Native Americans getting diabetes curriculum
The Associated Press
DENVER (AP) – Health officials are trying to stop the high rate of Type 2 diabetes among Native Americans by introducing a curriculum about the disease in K-12 classrooms...
NIEA announces Pendleton Commemorative Blanket designer
The National Indian Education Association recently announced that Steve Premo (Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe) is the designer for the 40th Annual NIEA Pendleton Commemorative Blanket...
$1,000 mini-grant applications being accepted
T he Association of American Indian Physicians is again offering eight, $1,000 mini-grants to AAIP program affiliates to support innovative, culurally sensitive community intervent...
Executive honored for commitment to Native American nonprofit
PHOENIX – Diana (Dede) Yazzie-Devine has achieved a personal and professional milestone with the celebration of the 30th anniversary of her commitment and service as the chief prof...
Butte Creek spring salmon run: The Central Valley exception
By Dan Bacher, Special to Today
There is one lonely creek, Butte Creek, located in a deep canyon outside of Chico where salmon have been doing relatively well, compared to the Sacramento River’s collapsing winter...
Tribes seek crab and people for Hood Canal crab study
T he instrument is quite simple to use – attach a mesh bag filled with mesh kitchen scrubbers to a small buoy and place the contraption in Puget Sound...
Major successes in Steelhead Broodstock Program at Lower Elwha
PORT ANGELES, Wash – The setup looks complicated...
Sealaska announces first youth board advisor
JUNEAU, Alaska – Sealaska Corporation ’s board of directors has established a youth board advisory position...
Tribes not included in applying for $350 million in H1N1 grants
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Health Board has learned that $350 million in new grant funding has not been specifically committed for tribes...
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