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Letter to the Editor
I received the Jan. 7 edition of Indian Country Today and I read with great interest Mary Kim Titla’s article regarding her teaching experience [“Learning with littles,” Vol...
01/23/09 - 1975 AIM slaying trial delayed again
A federal judge Thursday delayed again the trial of two men charged in the slaying of a fellow American Indian Movement member 33 years ago...
Trimble: Indian country: The 51st state?
Charles E. Trimble
I n an online article, Mark Charles proposed the concept for a 51st state representing Indian country in the U.S. Congress...
01/23/09 - Odawa Casino Resort lays off 80
The Odawa Casino Resort in Petoskey laid off 80 full-time employees because of rising costs and the weakening economy...
01/23/09 - Firefighters find body in burned-out house on Muckleshoot Indian Reservation
King County firefighters reportedly found the body of a little girl Thursday inside a house on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation that was gutted by fire.
01/23/09 - Leader eyeing Muskegon casino applauds ruling
The chief for a Indian tribe looking to put a casino in Muskegon County applauded U.S. Supreme Court action seeming to pave the way for another tribe's casino in Wayland.
01/22/09 - Crow head back home after parade
The Crow Nation loaded up their parade horses on Wednesday and headed back to Montana, completing a nearly 4,000-mile round-trip journey that allowed them to see one of their relat...
01/22/09 - Budget makes Seminole booty look tempting
Somewhere in a netherworld between legal and illegal, they're playing blackjack...
01/22/09 - Court blocks prosecution of Cayugas
The Fourth Department Appellate Division Court in Rochester says the Cayuga Indian Nation can’t be criminally charged for not paying cigarette taxes at its stores...
01/22/09 - Casino plans move forward with court decision
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge Wednesday to an Indian casino in western Michigan, a key step to clearing the way for construction...
01/22/09 - Casino deal getting new, wider scrutiny
As talk at the State House returns to casinos, a grass-roots group is mobilizing, hoping to ensure that legislators keep the region's needs in mind when they consider legalized gam...
01/22/09 - End of freeze thaws lawsuit against feds
The lifting of the Bennett Freeze in 2006 also thawed out a 1988 lawsuit in which the Navajo Nation claims the U.S...
Tribes, deputies get to know each other
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – What is an officer-involved shooting investigation? Riverside County Sheriff Lt...
Honoring the Spirit Awards Dinner
Cliff Matias, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – A who’s who of New York City’s American Indian community turned out for the Honoring of the Spirit Awards Dinner at the National Arts Club Ballroom in the Gramercy Park ...
Cedar Tree, oldest Northern Arapaho, dies at 96
Matt Joyce, Associated Press
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Helen Cedar Tree, the oldest member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe and a longtime supporter of tribal community and cultural preservation efforts, has died...
A proposed helping hand for Native veterans
SAMSON, Ala. – He’s got some land. He’s got a plan...
Healing to Wellness
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
Cherokees pay to keep ambulance running
The Associated Press
WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla...
Resolve to reduce cancer risk
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
I n this column, Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society talks to Charlotte Hofer about ways to reduce cancer risk through the Great American Health Check...
Sitka team invited to Healthy Native Communities Fellowship
SITKA, Alaska – The Sitka-based team “Haa Shagoon Latseení” (Our Ancestors’ Strength) has been invited to participate in the national Healthy Native Communities Fellowship program...
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