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12/22/08 - St. Regis Mohawks receive federal water infrastructure funds
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $600,000 to the St...
12/22/08 - 11 Indian nations, including Crow, to join inaugural parade
When Indian veteran Tommy Webster carries his tribe's eagle staff in the inaugural parade, he won't be alone...
12/22/08 - Long Island tribe files harass suit vs. cops
An American Indian tribe is suing Suffolk County, saying a police blockade of entrances to its reservation was a case of harassment and racial discrimination...
12/22/08 - Red Wing Officials Deny Racial Profiling
Red Wing city officials said they are puzzled by allegations that police have been singling out people driving out of the Prairie Island Indian Community...
12/19/08 - Sault Tribe names new housing director
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians recently announced that Joni Talentino accepted the position of division director for the Sault Tribe Housing Authority...
12/19/08 - Weld workers find American Indian bones
Bones found Wednesday north of Fort Lupton appear to be American Indian and will be turned over to the state archaeologist’s office, in what may be a long process to have them prop...
12/19/08 - Saginaw Chippewa Santas deliver presents to Pine Ridge
Santa Claus traveled more than 1,200 miles and arrived at the Piya Wiconi (New Beginnings) administration building Wednesday and Thursday, handing out presents to students in the O...
12/19/08 - Grant will help ECU serve Indian students
East Central University aims to boost retention and graduation of American Indian students with programs funded by a $2.5 million federal grant...
12/19/08 - Rapid City cops work with tribal police for better cooperation
Messages now flashing on electronic billboards scattered throughout Rapid City are the result of a six-month joint venture between the Oglala Sioux Tribe Public Safety Office and t...
Dear Sen. Bingaman
Letter to the Editor
I see that Sen. Harry Reid announced the committee chairs for the 111th Congress, and you are to be the chair of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources...
Nations will fight governor’s cigarette tax bill
Gale Courey Toensing
BUFFALO, N.Y. – A day after Gov...
12/19/08 - Death of Crazy Buffalo, my proud and perfect dad
CRAZY Buffalo, Worcester’s very own Red Indian chief, has died after a two-year battle with cancer...
12/19/08 - Lawsuit Filed Against Sioux Falls Catholic Lawsuit Alleges Abuse
14 lawsuits were filed today against the Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese, priests and nuns. The suits accuse them of abusing Native American kids at the Marty Indian School...
12/19/08 - Longtime gaming holdouts, the Navajo Nation opens tribal casino
After years of saying no to tribal gaming, the Navajo Nation has opened its first casino, Fire Rock, east of Gallup, N.M...
12/19/08 - New exhibit featuring works by Ken Morsette Jr. up at Browning museum
The paintings of Ken Morsette Jr. are featured in an exhibition at the Museum of the Plains Indian in Browning...
12/19/08 - Tribe to vote on casino alcohol sales
Members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians will have a chance to vote on whether alcohol sales will be allowed at Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel...
12/19/08 - Florida takes aim at Seminole gaming
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum wants the federal government to criminally prosecute the Seminole Tribe of Florida over its blackjack operations. McCollum sent the U.S...
Isolated people on the run again in Paraguay
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
ASUNCION, Paraguay – After losing almost 15,000 acres of their land to an illegal ranching business in the last six months, an isolated/uncontacted tribe in Paraguay is getting som...
Talk more, demand less
Letter to the Editor
On Dec. 15, New York Gov...
Court undermines NIGC authority in controversial casino case
Gale Courey Toensing
DES MOINES, Iowa – In a case that pits the authority of the Interior Department against that of the National Indian Gaming Commission to issue determinations for casino sites, a fe...
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